Two Boston critics said today that the decision by Paramount-linked Allied Marketing to screen The Wolf of Wall Street only at the very last minute (i.e., two days ago) led to Martin Scorsese‘s debauched epic not winning in as many as five Boston Society of Film Critics categories. And now New Orleans’ filmmaker Dave DuBos informs that “a female gal pal who votes for the SAG awards…has not received her Wolf screener and guess what? Last day to vote for the SAG awards is Monday. Did Paramount drop the ball here?” We all know that Wolf was finalized only a little more than a week ago, meaning there wasn’t the usual amount of time to prepare screenings and screeners. It’s a shame considering that the film is affecting some viewers (i.e., the more perceptive ones) as phenomenal.