If you weren’t at the Brattle Theatre last night to kick off this year’s Boston Underground Film Festival, then we’re sorry to say you missed Prevenge, a horror flick about a pregnant woman on a killing spree spurred on by her unborn baby. From writer, director and star Alice Lowe, the film is in turns horrifying […]
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Every year, the nation’s top festivals and award ceremonies devolve more and more into glorified showcases for their respective brands. Sundance has the market cornered on self-indulgent middle-achievers who impress people at parties with facts from only the most obscure Wikipedia articles while showing films about how they learned to love themselves in the face of no opposition whatsoever. […]
The Brattle Theatre has quite a sense of humor—as evidenced by their Father’s Day screening of Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining.” The big daddy of psychological horror films comes to the Cambridge silver screen on Sunday, June 21. Grab the family (creepy imaginary friends, too) to watch as Jack Nicholson destroys his with the help of the world’s […]
In Classics & Cocktails, we combine two of Cambridge’s best features—classic film screenings and top-notch libations—pairing upcoming movie showings with their cocktail counterpart for an evening full of sips and stars. Arguably the classic of all classic films, “Citizen Kane” comes to the Brattle Theatre’s big screen on Wednesday, May 6 and Thursday, May 7 to wish […]
Music, movies and munchies in this weekend’s Scout Picks.
In Classics & Cocktails, we combine two of Cambridge’s best features—classic film screenings and top-notch libations—pairing upcoming movie showings with their cocktail counterpart for an evening full of sips and stars. Looking for a laugh this April Fool’s Day? You’ll want to head to Harvard Square for a screening of “The Three Stooges” and a […]