Nick Casaletto talks Disney remakes and IRON FIST

Jaskee Hickman reviews SENSE OF AN ENDING

Max Covill podcasts about March Madness movies

Derek Deskins reports from SXSW on ATOMIC BLONDE, FREE FIRE and DRIB


Bob Chipman looks at IRON FISTYouTube problems and tries out a new podcast venture

Joyce Kulhawik and Kilian Melloy both review TOP DOG/UNDERDOG

Jared Bowen looks at Art This Week

Sean Burns remembers THE DEPARTED

Andrew Crump reviews DEIDRA & LANEY ROB A TRAIN

Spoilerpiece Theatre talks BEAUTY & THE BEAST and PERSONAL SHOPPER

Allyson Johnson reviews A WOMAN A PART and THE FLASH


landscape-1485831848-hbz-batb-new-1 BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

“They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but here it feels more like flatulence.” – Greg Vellante, Edge Boston

“BEAUTY AND THE BEAST is far from spectacular, and it’s certainly leagues away from touching the iconography of the 1991 animated version, but it’s more than fine as a beautiful and touching homage to a film the writers, directors and stars clearly adore.” – Allyson Johnson, Cambridge Day

“…the best movie musical in years, and one that deserves to be seen on the big screen.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies



the_sense_of_ending_stillTHE SENSE OF AN ENDING

“Nostalgia can be hazardous to one’s health, but as demonstrated by [Ritesh] Batra, those hazards can also be healing when met with the right demeanor.” – Andy Crump, Paste Magazine



personal-shopper-1PERSONAL SHOPPER

“…audience members willing to embrace it are in for something special: a film happy to meditate on the process of grief through a genuine cinematic mold.” – Allyson Johnson, Cambridge Day

“As it stands now, I found PERSONAL SHOPPER to be an ambitious piece of filmmaking that is much more than meets the eye.” – Nick Casaletto, We Live Entertainment



“It’s stuff and nonsense, and yet all of that stuff and nonsense is precisely what makes NERUDA, a living poem given shape and form through cinema, so darn good.” – Andy Crump, Paste Magazine



the-belko-experiment-tiff-2THE BELKO EXPERIMENT

“… if you are in the age bracket of 12-17, you will more than likely think this is the best movie ever.” – Nick Casaletto, We Live Entertainment