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Review: The Likable Cast of 'Music For Bleeding Hearts' Is Fluid, Though the Plot is Not

Review: The Likable Cast of 'Music For Bleeding Hearts' Is Fluid, Though the Plot is Not

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 28, 2020

Can a trio of interwoven relationships between very good friends ever end well?

Review: 'The Queen Of Paris' is Not to Be Missed

Review: 'The Queen Of Paris' is Not to Be Missed

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 28, 2020

This French TV miniseries is about a delightful man who is a chemist by day — and a fab drag queen by night.

'Borat' Sequel Title Revealed, Hints at Mike Pence Appearance

'Borat' Sequel Title Revealed, Hints at Mike Pence Appearance

Sep 28, 2020

Sascha Baron Cohen is apparently making a sequel to his 2006 film "Borat," and its official title might hint at an appearance by Vice President Mike Pence.

Review: 'Dramarama' Drenched in Angst and Secrets

Review: 'Dramarama' Drenched in Angst and Secrets

By Rob Lester | Sep 26, 2020

Hoping for a fun, friendly farewell party, five theatre-mad high school grads gather, in costume, to act out a mystery plot. But the plot thickens as real-life histories are revealed, and it's not all fun and games.

What's Up @ the Reconfigured NY Film Fest — Weeks 1 & 2

What's Up @ the Reconfigured NY Film Fest — Weeks 1 & 2

By Frank J. Avella | Sep 26, 2020

The New York Film Festival has been reconfigured with drive-in events and streaming options. EDGE's Frank Avella offers an overview of films to be screened during the festival's first two weeks.

Review: 'The Boys In The Band' Plays the Same Outdated Tune

Review: 'The Boys In The Band' Plays the Same Outdated Tune

By Kevin Taft | Sep 25, 2020

"The Boys in the Band" play a tune that was absolutely of its time in 1968, but doesn't necessarily make you want to dance in the aisles in 2020.

Review:  'Luz' Appeals to the Romantic in All of Us

Review: 'Luz' Appeals to the Romantic in All of Us

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 25, 2020

Filmmaker Jon Garcia follows up his excellent queer "Falls" romance trilogy with another compelling love story.

Review: Pass The Kleenex for 'Tu Me Manques'

Review: Pass The Kleenex for 'Tu Me Manques'

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 25, 2020

This unmissable film is probably the saddest coming out story you will ever see.

Review: 'Kajillionaire' Blossoms into a Poignant Tale

Review: 'Kajillionaire' Blossoms into a Poignant Tale

By Jason Southerland | Sep 25, 2020

Director Miranda July veers between Lynchian absurdity, deep sadness, and blossoming hope in a deft and deliberate film anchored by stellar performances and a sure sense of where it's going at all times.

Review: Overstuffed 'LX 2048' Says Too Much, and Nothing

Review: Overstuffed 'LX 2048' Says Too Much, and Nothing

By Kevin Taft | Sep 25, 2020

"LX-2048" is a drug not worth taking.

Review: 'Milkwater' a Tale of Expectations and Desperation

Review: 'Milkwater' a Tale of Expectations and Desperation

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 25, 2020

This impressive debut from queer filmmaker Morgan Ingari is a tale of desperation that finds it way to a happy ending.

Newfest LGBTQ Film Festival Announces Full Line-Up for 32nd Edition

Newfest LGBTQ Film Festival Announces Full Line-Up for 32nd Edition

Sep 24, 2020

NewFest, New York's leading LGBTQ film and media organization and one of the world's most respected LGBTQ film festivals, has announced its full lineup for The New York LGBTQ Film Festival's 32nd year.

Can Renting Your Own Private Theater Bring Audiences Back to the Movies?

Can Renting Your Own Private Theater Bring Audiences Back to the Movies?

Sep 24, 2020

With the movie industry in the doldrums due to the pandemic, a Texas-based movie theater chain has come up with a novel idea to bring people back to the theaters.

Review: 'Evil Under The Sun' Shines in This Special Edition

Review: 'Evil Under The Sun' Shines in This Special Edition

By Frank J. Avella | Sep 24, 2020

While "Murder on the Orient Express" remains the jewel in the Christie adaptation crown, "Evil Under the Sun" is a lush, clever, and entertaining gem that is more than worth the sit.

Review: 'Death On The Nile' an All-Star Romp

Review: 'Death On The Nile' an All-Star Romp

By Frank J. Avella | Sep 24, 2020

"Death on the Nile" is an admirable addition to the Christie-on-film canon, with a cast of game, if sometimes hammy, actors, and just the right amount of murder, mystery, and mayhem.

Review: 4K Treatment of Kubrick's 'Full Metal Jacket' is Stunning

Review: 4K Treatment of Kubrick's 'Full Metal Jacket' is Stunning

By Greg Vellante | Sep 24, 2020

Stanley Kubrick's film on the monstrosity of war comes to 4K Ultra HD in a stunning release. It's downright stellar.

Review: Short Film 'Stalls' Packed with Feature-Length Heart

Review: Short Film 'Stalls' Packed with Feature-Length Heart

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 24, 2020

"Stalls" is a cry from the heart of a nation beset by authoritarianism and homophobia: A defiant and joyful statement that eros is not going away, and neither are those who pursue it.

Hallmark's Holiday Movie Roster Features Gay Adoption Story Starring Jonathan Bennett

Hallmark's Holiday Movie Roster Features Gay Adoption Story Starring Jonathan Bennett

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 24, 2020

The Hallmark Channel has announced a slate of 40 holiday movies - among them LGBTQ-themed "The Christmas House," starring Jonathan Bennett, about a same-sex couple hoping to adopt a child.

Review: 'After Forever - Season 2' Keeps the Bar High

Review: 'After Forever - Season 2' Keeps the Bar High

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 24, 2020

The second season of this series happily proves there is life for gay men over 50!

Disney Delays 'Black Widow,' Spielberg's 'West Side Story'

Disney Delays 'Black Widow,' Spielberg's 'West Side Story'

By Jake Coyle | Sep 23, 2020

The Walt Disney Co. has further postponed its next mega-movies from Marvel, including "Black Widow," while also postponing Steven Spielberg's "West Side Story" a full year in the company's latest recalibration due to the pandemic.

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