Peter Wong

10 Apr 2021

The Best Stuff on Hulu in April

Many Hulu viewers’ eyeballs will naturally be drawn to either the Oscar broadcast or the arrival of the new season of “The Handmaid’s Tale.” But for those who feel the Elizabeth Moss-led series has devolved into revenge porn, there are things new and old that might be worth your attention

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09 Apr 2021

Being Broke-Ass And Going To SFFILM 2021

Around this time last year, the newly imposed Coronavirus lockdowns unfortunately meant cancelling the 2020 edition of the San Francisco International Film Festival (hereafter SFFILM).  Now that the COVID vaccines are really starting to roll out, it’s time to celebrate SFFILM’s return.   This year’s festival features 103 films from

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22 Mar 2021

Legendary Artist Jeremy Fish Has Designed a Limited Edition BAS Shirt!

I’m SOOO excited to announce the release of this rad new shirt. The legendary San Francisco artist Jeremy Fish put a lot of thought and effort into creating something that reflects all the various things we do at BrokeAssStuart.com. We worked with him to come up with is this fantastic design:

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02 Apr 2021

The Best Stuff on Netflix in April

Will April bring rain to this drought-threatened state? Whatever happens with the weather, it’s a certainty that April brings a crop of new movies and series (and even one or two old film classics) to Netflix viewers’ screens. Viewers can look forward to a fantasy-adventure series set in an Imperial

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19 Mar 2021

Cinequest Film Fest is Back This Year as Cinejoy and it’s All Online

Cinequest is back!  The South Bay-based film festival had to stop its 2020 edition halfway through because of coronavirus lockdowns.  (The remaining Cinequest 2020 films were screened later in the year as the Cinejoy online film festival.)   Now, from March 20-30, 2021, Cinequest returns in its online version as Cinejoy,

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05 Mar 2021

The Good Stuff Coming To Hulu In March

March on Hulu is highlighted by the streaming network’s debut of 2020’s best documentary.  It’s a tale of societal corruption that begins with a tragic nightclub fire and reaches some uncomfortably high levels of power.  Also worth a look is a documentary about the two Olympic runners whose public black

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04 Mar 2021

All The Good Stuff Coming To Netflix In March

March on Netflix offers a few notable titles to charm kids (and the young at heart).  See Los Angeles history taught via friendly ghosts in a new series from an “Adventure Time” director.  Travel around the world with former First Lady Michelle Obama to see how cooking is fun.  Or

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12 Feb 2021

Even More Great Stuff Coming To Hulu And Netflix This Month

February may be the shortest month of the year.  But it’s certainly not short on offering more great new stuff on Hulu and Netflix to round out the month.  One of 2020’s most critically acclaimed films gets a simultaneous theatrical/streaming release.  Brexit inspires a science fiction adventure series set in

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12 Feb 2021

Slamdance Film Festival is Online This Year and it is Awesome!

For the broke-ass film festival lover, the online edition of the 2021 Slamdance Film Festival is the must-see event of the year. From February 12-25, 2021, festival goers can catch any of the 25 feature films and 107 short and episodic films being shown. Access to Slamdance 2021’s offerings requires

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