This Week in Tickets: 3 September 2018 - 9 September 2018

By: Jay's Movie Blog

12Sep2018

Kind of a boring week at the cinemas, but one where I finally caught up with some of the stuff I'd been meaning to see for a while. I mentioned being a slug all last weekend, at it lasted through Labor Day, when I finallly caught a new release an...

Fantasia 2018.18: Penguin Highway, International Science Fiction Shorts, Circo Animato, One Cut of the Dead, and Five Fingers for Marseilles

By: Jay's Movie Blog

7Sep2018

I am not sure whether having two shorts programs on the same day is sensible or crazy, but it probably means that this particular post will wind up very late, though only this post. Plenty of filmmakers, though! So, for the International Sci-Fi s...

The Little Stranger

By: Jay's Movie Blog

4Sep2018

I'm sure I'm not the first person to say this, but the Mary Poppins Returns preview is a slight change in the music away from being the trailer for a horror movie. Maybe that's why AMC put it in front of The Little Stranger, aside from both being pa...

Fantasia 2018.14: Blue My Mind and Anna and the Apocalypse

By: Jay's Movie Blog

26Jul2018

Remember what I said about patterns being easy to see when you have short schedule days? It was teenage girls having high school go to hell yesterday. I can't say I loved Blue My Mind, but it's not exactly for me in one sense, though I suppose it i...

Fantasia 2018.10: The Traveling Cat Chronicles, The Outlaws, Chuck Steel: Night of the Trampires, Knuckleball, Amiko, and RokuRoku: Promise of the Witch

By: Jay's Movie Blog

22Jul2018

Sometime I've got to go back over my old Fantasia programs and blogs to see if the makeup of the festival is changing, or at least what I see - this one has been pretty Japan-heavy, but that always seems to have been the case. I tend to think it's g...

Fantasia 2018.05: Relaxer, Being Natural, Neomanila, and Profile

By: Jay's Movie Blog

17Jul2018

Can't say I really liked the first movie I saw today, but an entertaining Q&A helps it go down better. That is Camera Lucida programmer Ariel Esteban Coyer flanked by Relaxer director Joel Potrykus and co-star David Dastmalchian, who both talk...

These Those Weeks In Tickets: 23 April 2018 - 6 May 2018

By: Jay's Movie Blog

8Jul2018

Four days until Fantasia starts (in July), so it's time to put the final bow on my blogging about Independent Film Festival Boston (back in April and May). Might as well get right to it, then, without making the dumb mistake I did when writing...

Independent Film Festival Boston 2018.07: Disobedience and Damsel

By: Jay's Movie Blog

22Jun2018

Another day, another jump out of order to accommodate the fact that these movies are coming out faster than my lazy brain can review them. Disobedience hit theaters practically as soon as the festival ended, so it got a review on EFC right away and...

Independent Film Festival Boston 2018.05: Nothing Is Truer Than Truth, We The Animals, The Third Murder, and Beast

By: Jay's Movie Blog

20Jun2018

It would have been a pretty easy day to just plop down at one venue, arriving at the Brattle by 1pm and getting back on the Red Line at ten-thirty or so, but I'm not going to lie: I had no interest in seeing the third movie about the Grey Gardens si...

This Week In Tickets: 28 May 2018 - 3 June 2018

By: Jay's Movie Blog

6Jun2018

The spread below is clearly the work of an aging dork whose favorite baseball team is doing just well enough to keep him home watching the game rather than going outto see a movie I may be on the fence about. (There may have been rain, too) Afte...

How to Talk to Girls at Parties

By: Jay's Movie Blog

4Jun2018

Three midnight movies I wanted to catch this weekend, two slots, and I was kind of zonked by eleven on Friday, so I missed Die Hard at the Somerville or this one on its first night at the Coolidge. Which meant, when I went to see it on Saturday, I g...

This Week In Tickets: 21 May 2018 - 27 May 2018

By: Jay's Movie Blog

31May2018

It may push bedtime back an hour or two, but I'm getting "This Week" up before "Next Week". What can I say, sometimes you just have a lot of Star Wars opinions to get out. First up this week was Raazi, a distinctly Indian spy...

Independent FIlm Festival Boston 2018.33: On Chesil Beach

By: Jay's Movie Blog

28May2018

On the one hand, it's kind of tacky to use the "day 33" gag in the title when I haven't actually finished my regular IFFBoston reviews yet. But it seemed fitting, as something like five out of six previews shown before this movie - the exc...

Boston Underground Film Festival 2018.04: Top Knot Detective, "Comedy? Maybe!", The Ranger, Revenge, and Ghost Stories

By: Jay's Movie Blog

4May2018

I've been pretty fortunate that, as BUFF has expanded enough to have a few weekend matinees at the Harvard Film Archive over the last couple of years, it hasn't presented me with a lot of really difficult choices. I'm generally cool with skipping th...

This Week In Tickets: 2 April 2018 - 1 April 2018

By: Jay's Movie Blog

9Apr2018

Kind of a quiet week, between work and staying it to watch baseball in my nice warm apartment. Still, I was able to get to a nicely-timed show of The Death of Stalin, which is kind of a delight. I probably would have seen more on the weekend, bu...

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