Monday, May 27, 2024

Wicked Queer festival arrives at The Brattle; Somerville screens roots of modern horror

‘Old Oak’ is new, The Brattle restores Argento and there’s a free ‘Orgy’ and ‘Queen of Katwe’

Cantabrigian Max Isaacson made his ‘Paradise,’ an anti-colonial Western vibrant with violence

BUFF at The Brattle with Juggalos and spiders, meet ‘The Queen’ and oil-painted ‘Peasants’

Kore-eda Hirokazu delivers ‘Monster’ and more to The Brattle; ‘Jaws’ swallows New Hollywood

‘Love Lies Bleeding’: Noir goes to the gym, coming out taut and sweaty (with big hair)

Filmmaker Muchnik found way back from a blow with ‘Open Space,’ and Cambridge flocks to fill it

Use Oscars time on winners by Columbia Studios, catching ‘The Getaway’ and ‘Not a Pretty Picture’

‘Dune: Part Two’: Feudalism and colonialism vie with the giant sandworm for best space monster

Don’t miss the surprising ‘Hundreds of Beavers’ or Oscar-nominated ‘Perfect Days,’ ‘Daughters’