Movies on Vacation: Blue Bayou and The Wife of a Spy

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Seeing movies on vacation is always a bit odd, because it's hard not to think "I didn't need to travel 450 miles to do this", but then again, what do most people do in the evenings on vacation? The museums all close at 5:30pm, only one of...

Fantasia/New York Asian Film Festivals 2021.07: Indemnity, Hold Me Back, and Ghosting Gloria

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Yikes, has it been a month? I can't even say it's been that busy at the day job and outside of movies, but sometimes you just can't get traction. I hope I've got some good notes here. Anyway, this is roughly the one-week mark for the festivals, ri...

Make the Movie You Want to Star In: Small Engine Repair and Language Lessons

By: Jay's Movie Blog


It seems like we used to see a lot more movies like these two on the festival circuit and in theaters afterward, with actors writing and directing the parts they want to play, writer/directors acting in their films because there's just not enough mon...

Fantasia/New York Asian Film Festivals 2021 Extra: Raging Fire

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Does it count as a festival detour if a film plays the festival you're covering, but you watch it at a regular theater? Points for when you're trying to decompress after a movie-packed weekend trip to New York City and overnight train trip home (whi...

Fantasia/New York Asian Film Festivals 2021.06: Hotel Poseidon and Baby Money

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Fairly narrow windows of availability during this virtual festival had me watching Giving Birth to a Butterfly and Hotel Poseidon back-to-back, two films with surreal elements that may be revealing just in terms of what I'm up for. Butterfly is 77 m...

Fantasia/New York Asian Film Festivals 2021.04: Bull and Tokyo Revengers

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Fun accidental double feature here, with the Sunday virtual second screening of Bull and in-person-in-Montreal screening of Tokyo Revengers both featuring movies that involve trying to right wrongs after a ten year break, just with that break running...

Fantasia/New York Asian Film Festivals 2021.02: Broadcast Signal Intrusion, Seobok, Escape from Mogadishu, and The Suicide Squad

By: Jay's Movie Blog


I can't be in Montreal, but… I had the idea of figuring out how many spots in my general area had this bit of French-Canadian cuisine on the menu while covering Fantasia last year and having a "poutine of the day" to go with the fest...

Chinese New Year 2021: Shock Wave 2, Detective Chinatown 3

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Obviously, this is a bit belated, neither of these played Boston. Shock Wave 2 might have done, if the IMDB listing of a Christmas Eve release for it is correct, but theaters were closed in Boston at that time, and if the distributor was putting it...

Imports: Illang: The Wolf Brigade and The Curse of the Demon Cat

By: Jay's Movie Blog


You know what's kind of nuts? Illang: The Wolf Brigade was produced by Warner Brothers South Korea - it even has a custom studio logo clip - but they basically offloaded it to Netflix for the rest of the world. I talk a lot about how big companies...


By: Jay's Movie Blog


I predicted that Censor would wind up in theater #9, but I was one off and it got a second week to boot. It's kind of a pandemic booking, as Kendall Square stopped booking Magnet's genre movies regularly early on in the label's existence, even when...

Interview: Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Showrunner Scott Kreamer



Kreamer talks Steven Spielberg's reaction to the show and what dinosaurs they can use. The post Interview: Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Showrunner Scott Kreamer appeared first on

Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead Shines Due to Its Weirdness



The film is truly Zack Snyder unleashed. The post Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead Shines Due to Its Weirdness appeared first on

IFFBoston 2021.03: Holler and We're All Going to the World's Fair

By: Jay's Movie Blog


Neither of these movies are really bad at all, although I must admit that my thoughts after each were: * Dang, Jessica Barden is not an actual teenager? She sure seems just that young. * Was We're All Going to the World's Fair shot around Yarmouth...

Chinese Double Feature: Home Sweet Home and Cliff Walker

By: Jay's Movie Blog


So, this is the double feature that gets me to add "dumb 'crime does not pay' epilogues" to the tags. It's a particularly goofy pair: SPOILERS! … one where I nearly yelled out "come on, of all people, she's the one where you make...

Star Wars: Andor Set Photos Reveal First Look at Diego Luna’s Return



The Star Wars series will also star Genevieve O'Reilly, Denise Gough, Stellan Skarsgård, and more. The post Star Wars: Andor Set Photos Reveal First Look at Diego Luna’s Return appeared first on

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