Bob Chipman, Steve Head, Charlie Nash and Sean Burns run down the Boston-area repertory scene for the month of March 2015
New business! The Boston Online Film Critics Association proudly welcomes Mr. Charles Nash and Mr. Derek Deskins to the team. You’ll be seeing their work here, along with everyone else’s, now twice a week!
Steve Head and John Black’s Post-Movie Podcast has it’s own whole website now!
Inkoo Kang was disappointed by DARK HOUSE
Kris Jenson looked into THE DOUBLE
Deidre Crimmins looks back at PRETTY IN PINK
Hello, film fans!
As you know, the Boston Online Film Critics Association publishes a weekly round-up of our members’ reviews of major new releases to Boston-area theaters every Friday. But BOFCA’s diverse membership does more than just that: Many of us publish reviews, articles, videos and podcasts on a wide variety of other film and entertainment related subjects.
Thus, we’re instituting a new Mid-Week Roundup; where you’ll find a choice selection of the other great content BOFCA members have to offer. As this is our inaugural installment, a few selections may go back a bit – but if you haven’t seen it yet, it’s new to you. Enjoy!
David Riedel, Evan Crean and Kris Jenson have new podcast venture, Spoilerpiece Theatre. Check out a new episode here.
Sean Burns and Jake Mulligan examine the Boston Repertory scene blog-style at Boston Rep Film
Inkoo Kang reviewed THE COLD LANDS
David Riedel dove into BRIGHT DAYS AHEAD
Tim Estiloz, Monica Castillo and Jared Bowen appeared on WGBH to talk Summer Movies
Killian Melloy reviewed BOY MEETS GIRL
Bob Chipman and Inkoo Kang appeared on the Escapist Movies Podcast