Why, they ask, would we remind Greater Bostonians about the hell that awaits?
COOKING ON HIGH: MORE THAN JUST ANOTHER SHOW TO WATCH ON NETFLIX WHILE YOU’RE GETTING STONED
It’s not the most polished show streaming, but it is pretty damn picture-perfect in its tone and approach, and that’s quite an accomplishment considering how often other marijuana media misses the mark.
THE NATURALS: STARTUP BOSTON CRIME DRAMA AIMS TO KILL WITHOUT CLICHES
“The Naturals” takes the traditionally hypermasculine crime genre and turns it on its head, placing a queer female lead at its center and making her the driver of the action.
NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND: REPORT #1 FROM BUFF 2017
The happening plays host to the too strange, the too scary, the too sexual—the films that are all too something to play anywhere else around here.
HOW RORY GILMORE FAILED LOCAL MEDIA
This is not a review of the new Gilmore Girls ... just my cheap personal gripe that seemed worth sharing
STREAMING PILE: ON NETFLIX, FILMSTRUCK, AND ALBERT BROOKS
On Netflix, Filmstruck, cord-cutting, and hoping that Albert Brooks can save it all
FROM TIFF TO FLIX: BEASTS OF NO NATION
Brutally emotional and physical warfare played out across children's faces
SOLITARY CONFINEMENT: MORE THAN JUST A PLOT DEVICE
The government has maintained that there is no systematic use of solitary confinement in America, but evidence shows otherwise.
DOPE INTERVIEW: “DOPE” STAR SHAMEIK MOORE ON SUDDEN STARDOM AND THE SWAG GAME AT SUNDANCE
When we asked if he was concerned he’d been seen as an actor-first, musician-second, he (no hesitation) compared himself to Drake.
SNOW MORE, THANKS
Battle the elements by way of films, sloth, and Netflix