“in execution, the teen romance never packs the emotional wallop it so obviously, self-satisfyingly, believes it does.” – Allyson Johnson, The Playlist



gloria-bell1GLORIA BELL

“This isn’t a movie of large ambitions or self-important themes. It’s just about life, and how it goes on.” – Sean Burns, The ARTery



wonder-park-trailer-italiano-film-animazione-paramount-nickelodeon-01WONDER PARK

“There’s not much wonder in the film, but when it’s there, it’s there.” – Greg Vellante, Spectrum Culture




woman-at-warWOMAN AT WAR

“The film directs a bitter, humorous eye at the complications between embracing activism and functioning in society, especially in an era of increased global commerce and tech surveillance.” – Andy Crump, Paste Magazine




“STARFISH is a film with a very limited audience, but it’s worth noting that Gardner – who spends most of the film utterly alone – manages to keep her character engaging even if the material is less so.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies  


“TRIPLE THREAT is a movie that’s easy to recommend for fans simply looking for an action movie with some quality fights, shootouts and chase scenes.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential


“As a feature film, though, this project just hasn’t got the writing behind it that would allow its drama or its creepy-science vibe to be sustained.” – Kilian Melloy, EDGE Boston


Evan Crean interviews Sam J. Jones of FLASH GORDON and LIFE AFTER FLASH

Allyson Johnson reviews LIZ AND THE BLUE BIRD and A SILENT VOICE

Bob Chipman talks the history of CAPTAIN MARVEL

Sean Burns looks at Godard’s THE IMAGE BOOK

Robyn Bahr talks animated movies taking on toxic masculinity

Spoilerpiece Theatre offers an Oscar wrap-up and talks CLIMAX and GRETA

Andrew Crump reviews WOMAN AT WAR and THE HOLE IN THE GROUND

Kilian Melloy interviews Dror Keren on His Israeli Stage Residency and Matthew Montgomery co-writer and director of DEVIL’S PATH. He also reviews TRANSIT, THE WEDDING GUEST, and WOMAN AT WAR for EDGE Boston.