This is not a review of the new Gilmore Girls … just my cheap personal gripe that seemed worth sharing
On Netflix, Filmstruck, cord-cutting, and hoping that Albert Brooks can save it all
Brutally emotional and physical warfare played out across children’s faces
The government has maintained that there is no systematic use of solitary confinement in America, but evidence shows otherwise.
When we asked if he was concerned he’d been seen as an actor-first, musician-second, he (no hesitation) compared himself to Drake.
Battle the elements by way of films, sloth, and Netflix
If you were to actually use the $45 monthly movie pass every day in a 30-day month, you’d be spending $1.50 on each screening – the lowest fare I’ve seen in my lifetime. That said, you don’t need to be a die hard to see the benefits. At IMAX tickets of upwards of $18, going to the theater three times in one month with the pass saves you money. With the $35 pass, you’d only need to go four times.
When Johnny Hickey first cold-called DigBoston more than five years ago looking for us to write about him, he was a twenty-something Charlestown tough with an unlikely story: He had survived a plummet into the Quincy quarries, the end result of a drug deal gone wrong, and was determined to make a film to share […]
Some eggs have chickens, some just have chicken shit.
Images by Scott Murry unless otherwise noted One hour before a midnight screening, Mark Anastasio, program manager at Brookline’s Coolidge Corner Theatre, is firming up his pre-show introduction. Tonight’s film is John Carpenter’s classic They Live, the satirical tale of a man who discovers that many of the planet’s wealthy elite are really aliens in […]