These looks at what’s on the big screen and streaming include “King Richard,” the story of the father behind tennis’ the Williams sisters; a holiday treat from Netflix called “A Boy Called Christmas,” a period piece of “The Electric Life of Louis Wain” and the documentary “Killing the Shepherd.”
These reviews of what’s on the big screen and streaming include plenty of folk horror offerings at The Brattle, including the little-seen “Clearcut,” the 1931 “Dracula” at the Somerville Theatre with live music and a surprisingly so-so “Antlers.” But there’s also plenty more to see on local screens.
These reviews of what’s on the big screen and streaming include the final offerings at the Independent Film Festival Boston, including Mike Mills’ “C’mon C’mon”; a Halloweenish series of “folk horror” films at The Brattle; and a look at whether the new “Dune: Part One” is worth your 155 minutes.
These reviews of what’s on the big screen and streaming include offerings from the Independent Film Festival Boston, GlobeDocs, The DocYard and Revolutions Per Minute, as well as glimpses at “Escape From Mogadishu,” “Halloween Kills,” “Fever Dream” and “The Velvet Underground.”
These reviews of what’s on the big screen and streaming include GlobeDocs Film Festival offerings at The Brattle Theatre such as “Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America” and “Free Renty: Lanier v Harvard,” as well as some horror for October and “Jacinta,” watchable on Hulu.
The Boston Women’s Film Festival reminds us about “Fanny: The Right to Rock” at The Brattle, and with October comes the return of the Somerville Theatre, Harvard Film Archive and fun scares such as from “The Addams Family 2,” a Boris Karloff bio and “Venom: Let there Be Carnage.”
These reviews of what’s on the big screen and streaming include doings at The Brattle Theatre, including documentary picks from local John Gianvito and two days of silent greats, as well as a sense of what’s watchable among Jake Gyllenhaal’s “The Guilty,” the sexy “Voyeurs” and “Seeding Change.”