The strategy had been to release “The Hunt” as a horror film; now the curio is being spun as a satire-cum-horror, or something “unclassifiable,” and it’s hard to discuss it without giving away the real fun of the film: the twists, pitfalls and revelations that confront the people being hunted by … liberals.
Cambridge was at risk of losing 6 percent of its affordable housing when a federal affordability agreement at Rindge Towers expired Dec. 31, putting 504 units out of reach for low-income residents and sending 1,159 people off in search of new homes in an already vise-tight housing market.
Attend meetings this week on a $1.2 million plan to plant more trees, the limits of municipal independence in the face of federal immigration enforcement policy, the school district budget, a Kendall Square hotel proposal, a $250 million, four-year school and park project and much more.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s a free look at the work-in-progress dance piece called “Hebel,” the Dark Days, Long Night Fashion Show Dance Party, the 25th anniversary Bugs Bunny Film Festival, and a ton of events for (and against) Valentine’s Day.
Looking back at “Suicide Squad” in 2016, we pined for a vehicle that would bask in the glorious kitsch and kink of Margot Robbie’s infectious sociopathic supervillain, Harley Quinn. Well, here we are with “Birds of Prey,” and I’ll just say that sometimes one’s desires are best left unrealized.