IFFBoston starts tomorrow!

Late April is always a bit of a cinematic blitz for Boston cinefiles. That’s when IFFBoston takes over three of our favorite local theaters (Somerville, Coolidge Corner, and Brattle- the trifecta) for a full week of some of the best upcoming indie films.

I would be lying if I said I wasn’t disappointed in the general lack of genre film at this year’s fest. Don’t get me wrong- the lineup is impressive. But from the fest that has brought us UNDER THE SHADOW, THE TRIBE, BLACKCOAT’S DAUGHTER, and WILLOW CREEK, it’s a bummer to not see any standout horror or scifi this year.

(That being said, fans of Gothic horror might want to visit EDGAR ALLEN POE: BURIED ALIVE.)

Even without any genre heavy-hitters, it looks to be another stellar fest, and I hope to get some reviews up soon!

Deirdre Crimmins

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Deirdre (Dede) lives in Chicago (via Boston and Cleveland) with two black cats. She writes for Film Thrills, High Def Digest, The Brattle Theater, Rue Morgue Magazine, Birth.Movies.Death., and anyone else who will let her drone on about genre film. She wrote her Master's thesis on George Romero and is always hopeful that Hollywood will get its head out of its ass.

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