Allyson Johnson reviews PLEASE LIKE ME

Tim Estiloz shows off his new contribution to local wall art

Kilian Melloy reviews THE MAD MAGICIAN, GIRL ON THE TRAIN, STANLEY & IRIS, THE STORY OF GOD and A DOLL’S HOUSE, interviews Olivia D’Ambrosio and Elizabeth McNamer and presents serial fiction

Max Covill talks women-directed films with Film School Rejects

Bob Chipman talks CHILD’S PLAY, the least-anticipated 2017 movies and the TERMINATOR franchise

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks 20th CENTURY WOMEN, LIVE BY NIGHT and THE BYE-BYE MAN

Jared Bowen talks with Boston’s Art Museum Directors.

Charlie Nash talks his Top Ten 2016 Movies

Joyce Kulhawik reviews A DOLL’S HOUSE, HAND TO GOD and THURGOOD




“…doesn’t so much break new ground in the gangster film as deepen explorations into areas opened by others.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies

“LIVE BY NIGHT is not an amazing movie, but as a testosterone-driven piece of genre narrative this film has many moments of humor, style and character acting bravado that make it a pleasure to watch, and satisfactorily drive the viewer to the next plot point.” – Michael Cox, Edge Boston



don-t-think-it-don-t-say-it-how-true-is-the-story-of-the-bye-bye-manTHE BYE BYE MAN

“The plot is pretty dumb, the monster disconnected, and the victims forgettable. All of these missteps in the same film add up to either two experiences: you either dig how bad it is and decide to laugh at the film, or you are frustrated that you wasted time and money on such an uninspired, disposable flick.” – Deirdre Crimmins, Film Thrills



monster-trucksMONSTER TRUCKS

“…more about commerce than art, but for parents wanting to find something to do with their kids on a wintry afternoon, it will do the trick.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies




“The deeply moving conclusion that Almodóvar builds to might strike some as a bit too open-ended, but he finishes as he began, with two lovers in an enclosed compartment, traveling forward on yet another journey toward destiny.” – Brett Michel, The Improper Bostonian

“It’s always a rapturous pleasure to watch a master filmmaker work their magic and exercise their craft, and JULIETA, the latest film from the great Pedro Almodóvar, is no exception.” – Andy Crump, The Playlist