BOFCA MID-WEEK ROUNDUP 8/26/2015

Jaskee Hickman reviews the Wednesday new-release NO ESCAPE

Monica Castillo talks family, tradition and hair in Seventeen.

Kilian Melloy presents THE WOODSMEN

Bob Chipman talks Game Piracy, ranks movie monsters on CinemaSpection and digs deep into the original NATIONAL LAMPOON’S VACATION

Andy Crump interviews Dominic Monaghan and Molly Moon and reviews QUEEN OF EARTH

Sean Burns reviews THE MEND

David Riedel catches up on THE TRIBE

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks AMERICAN ULTRA, THE GIFT and CALL ME LUCKY

Joyce Kulhawik reviews new stage productions of WAITRESS and KINKY BOOTS

BOFCA MID-WEEK ROUNDUP 8/19/2015

Tim Estiloz previews his illustrations for the new children’s book TROUBLE ON THE LOOSE

Sean Burns reviewS FORT TILDEN

Bob Chipman performs a post-mortem on FANTASTIC FOUR

Kilian Melloy looks at the new video for Tom Goss’ BREATH & SOUND

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E, STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON, PHOENIX and SHAUN THE SHEEP

Andy Crump on YOUTH, PRINCE and FINAL GIRL

BOFCA MID-WEEK ROUNDUP 8/12/15

Jaskee Hickman looks at SAMBA

Joyce Kulhawik reviews THE RUNNER

John Black looks at ASSASSINATION

Bob Chipman looks at Forgotten Video-Game Heroines

Sean Burns reviews COP CAR and PAT GARRETT & BILLY THE KID

Sam Cohen reviews THE END OF THE TOUR

Jared Bowen looks at WAITRESS and David Lynch

Monica Castillo reports on AWKWARD Season 5

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks FANTASTIC FOUR and SHAUN THE SHEEP

Andy Crump looks at HOUSE and the Best of Criterion’s New Releases

BOFCA MID-WEEK ROUNDUP 8/5/2015

Sean Burns looks back at Robert Altman’s POPEYE and reviews LISTEN TO ME MARLON

Bob Chipman was profiled in The New Yorker

David Riedel looks at A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

Andy Crump reviews BEST OF ENEMIES and PAULO COELHO’S BEST STORY

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: ROGUE NATION

Charlie Nash reports from Fantasia International Film Festival: I AM THOR, A CHRISTMAS HORROR STORY, HARUKO’S PARANORMAL LABORATORY and THE BLUE HOUR

Deirdre Crimmins reports from Fantasia International Film Festival: JERUZALEM, OBSERVANCE, CASH ONLY and CHERRY TREE

BOFCA REPERTORY PODCAST – AUGUST 2015

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BOFCA’s Bob Chipman and Steve Head examine the wide variety of films playing on the Boston-area repertory scene for the month of August, 2015

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