Kilian Melloy reviews LOST IN PARIS

Andrew Crump joins in on Paste’s Top 100 Horror Films list and reviews KILL SWITCH


Bob Chipman looks back on FREAKAZOID! and ranks his Top Ten Nintendo NES Games

Nick Casaletto reviews AND THEN I GO, WHAT WE STARTED

Max Covill and Evan Crean talk 80s movies on Its The Pictures Podcast





“Pixar figured out how to sell the same exact toy again, just with a different outfit. If only this franchise justified this blatant marketing ploy, but alas.” – Greg Vellante, Edge Boston

“It will keep the young fans happy… but lacks the emotional impact of the far more involving TOY STORY sequels.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies



rough-nightROUGH NIGHT

“Why is “Rough Night” different from all other “friends go on a drunken spree” movies? It generates laughs without having to humiliate its characters, or make you wonder why supposed adults would act like this.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies



jacob-tremblay-in-the-book-of-henryTHE BOOK OF HENRY

“THE BOOK OF HENRY turns into something that never lives up to what it could have been due to there not being enough character development while also trying to do too much with the story.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential

“It’s not a film for everyone, but something so risky and vicious should be celebrated, and for that, The Book of Henry is great in my book.” – Nick Casaletto, We Live Entertainment



full-trailer-mandy-moore-in-47-meters-down-696x46447 METERS DOWN

“47 METERS DOWN manages to squeeze everything it can out of the small amount of material that it actually has to work with.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential




abacussmallenoughtojail_02-h_2016ABACUS: SMALL ENOUGH TO JAIL

“[Steve] James has always been a filmmaker fascinated by community, and ABACUS doubles as an engrossing glimpse inside cloistered Chinatown customs and an immigrant population looking out for one another because it’s infuriatingly obvious that nobody else will.” – Sean Burns, Boston Reel




kill-switchKILL SWITCH

“Watching Tim Smit’s KILL SWITCH is a lot like watching over your friend’s shoulder as he plays a first-person shooter.” – Andy Crump, Paste Magazine




17471-1-1100THE HERO

“…THE HERO strains too hard for profundity at times but Elliott’s pitch-perfect performance is one for the books.” – Sean Burns, Boston Reel

“Nevertheless, even if [Brett] Haley is treading through the work of others—and even himself, given some surface similarities to his superior I’LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS —he’s doing so with great empathy and affection for his characters.” – Brett Michel, Improper Bostonian


Joyce Kulhawik speaks out on the Julius Caesar Controversy in support of Praxis Stage

Evan Crean interviews Zoe Lister Jones

Bob Chipman talks Mario games and remembers Adam West

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks THE MUMMY and IT COMES AT NIGHT

Max Covill interviews THE CAGE FIGHTER’S Jeff Unay

Nick Casaletto has a top 5 (so far) of 2017



“THE MUMMY isn’t a strike out by any means; it’s more like a pop-foul that has the opportunity to learn to make this new universe a more entertaining and fun ride.” – Nick Casaletto, We Live Entertainment

“Yeah, it’s karaoke, but the movie gets you drunk enough on its own carefree zeal that the occasional flat notes don’t seem to matter.” – Greg Vellante, Edge Boston

“Dear Hollywood: Stop.” – Andy Crump, A Constant Visual Feast

“It provides the requisite thrills and chills one would expect without much downtime.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies

“THE MUMMY certainly isn’t what many would consider a great movie, but it will likely manage to generate interest in Universal’s Dark Universe for plenty of moviegoers.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential

“A disaster, a movie that almost seems to have intentionally made every decision incorrectly on purpose.” – Bob Chipman,

“…there is no central idea at work in Alex Kurtzman’s Tom Cruise vehicle, so much so that the titular mummy is essentially a side plot in her own movie.” – Kristofer Jenson, C-Ville Weekly




“Shults uses intimacy as the key to engineering IT COMES AT NIGHT’s nightmarish scheme, trapping us with his characters as their options for survival dwindle and civility devolves into animal savagery.” – Andy Crump, A Constant Visual Feast

“Slow-burning psychological horror that’s built around inevitability rather than twists or jump-scares.” – Bob Chipman,

“IT COMES AT NIGHT will ultimately be viewed as a disappointment even if it’s not all that bad to watch.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential

“IT COMES AT NIGHT made me feel awful, which then made me angry because I didn’t feel like the movie had earned the right to do so.” – Sean Burns, The ARTery

“…a story that gets under your skin, puts yourself in these real life situations and makes you ask questions about your own humanity and what you would do to survive.” – Nick Casaletto, We Live Entertainment

“If fear lies in the unknown, I will leave further details on the film’s plot and surprises unspoiled. Just remember, attention to detail is rewarded and IT COMES AT NIGHT assumes that the audience is intelligent and engaged.” – Deirde Crimmins, Film Thrills



Band Aid - Still 1BAND AID

“Some movies think they have all the answers. This one, more sensibly, settles for asking the right questions.” – Kilian Melloy, Edge Boston

“When the film gets serious, it gets serious, though at least the seriousness is buttressed by profound insight into relationship politics (and by Lister-Jones’ terrific chemistry with Adam Pally).” – Andy Crump, A Constant Visual Feast




“Mara shows the grit of a Marine in combat as well as the feelings of the human being inside, never letting one undercut the other.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies





Jared Bowen looks at Hedwig and The Angry Inch and Blood on The Snow for Arts This Week

Deirdre Crimmins interviews Rahul Jain

Greg Vellante looks at JEANNE DIELMAN

Bob Chipman talks Batman games, Arcade classics, Sony’s “bootleg” Marvel Universe and WONDER WOMAN spoilers

Kristofer Jenson presents a Boston Reel Rep Roundup

Nick Casaletto reviews the finale of THE LEFTOVERS

Sean Burns reviews LONG STRANGE TRIP

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks WONDER WOMAN and TWIN PEAKS: FIRE WALK WITH ME

Andrew Crump interviews Trey Edward Shults and Zoe Lister-Jones