The Last of Us, HBO’s new show based on the PlayStation video game, is authentic and visually unique in its portrayal of post-apocalyptic Boston.
“Stylus” and “Laughing Medusa” Host Open Reading Night to Introduce Fall Publications
“Stylus” and “Laughing Medusa” partnered to launch their fall literary magazines at Fuel America on Dec. 8.
Weynand’s Holiday Movie Roundup: Final Pick for Best Holiday Film Revealed
Writer Jack Weynand’s writes the finale of his Holiday Movie Roundup, analyzing the most popular BC pick for indie and classic holiday movies.
Weynand’s Holiday Movie Roundup: What is BC’s Favorite Indie Holiday Film?
In this second installment of the Holiday Movie Roundup, writer Jack Weynand analyzes his 4 picks for best classic holiday film.
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Peels Back Layers of a Complex Whodunit
In ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,’ director Rian Johnson delivers a developed cast of characters and detailed plot that rivals the franchise’s original film, ‘Knives Out.’
Weynand’s Holiday Movie Roundup: What is BC’s Favorite Classic Holiday Film?
In this first installment of the Holiday Movie Roundup, writer Jack Weynand analyzes his 4 picks for best classic holiday film.
￼Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Pinocchio’ Establishes a Fresh Take on the Classic Fairytale
The famed director highlights iconography and themes of conflicted responsibility in his new stop-motion animated film ‘Pinocchio.’
‘The Crown’ Retains its Reign Over Viewers as Strong Acting Holds off Repetitive Themes
Even as the patterns of history repeat themselves, standout acting performances rescue ‘The Crown’ in its fifth season.
Weynand: Marvel’s Decision to Not Recast T’Challa After Chadwick Boseman’s Death Was The Right Choice￼
Arts Contributor Jack Weynand expresses optimism in the direction of the Black Panther franchise on the precipice of the new movie after Boseman’s death.
BC Contemporary Theatre Uses Dark Humor and Cynicism to Make ‘Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play’ a Standout
BC Contemporary Theatre’s production of ‘Mr. Burns’ uses dark humor to address the role of entertainment and memory in post-apocalyptic world.