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Watch the Trailer: John Benjamin Hickey Falls for a Younger Man in 'Sublet'

Watch the Trailer: John Benjamin Hickey Falls for a Younger Man in 'Sublet'

By Emell Adolphus | May 14, 2021

Directed by Israeli filmmaker Eytan Fox, "Sublet" is a queer story about transformation from tragedy.

Newfest Announces 'Newfest Pride,' A New Summer Film Series

Newfest Announces 'Newfest Pride,' A New Summer Film Series

May 14, 2021

NewFest, New York's leading LGBTQ+ film and media organization and one of the world's most respected LGBTQ+ film festivals, has announced programming for NewFest Pride, a new summer film series.

Review: 'Spiral: From The Book Of Saw' is a Pressure-Cooker Torture Test of Tolerance

Review: 'Spiral: From The Book Of Saw' is a Pressure-Cooker Torture Test of Tolerance

By Greg Vellante | May 14, 2021

"Spiral: From the Book of Saw" is a paint-by-numbers plot where the screenwriters are constantly illustrating outside the lines with ambition, but the overall final product is a hot mess of missed targets and sloppy, half-baked construction.

Passing on Your Password? Streaming Services are Past it

Passing on Your Password? Streaming Services are Past it

By Mae Anderson | May 14, 2021

Many of us were taught to share as kids. Now streaming services ranging from Netflix to Amazon to Disney+ want us to stop.

Review: 'Borderland' Documents a Feminist Pioneer

Review: 'Borderland' Documents a Feminist Pioneer

By Karin McKie | May 14, 2021

This documentary showcases Blanche Ames Ames: Renaissance woman, socialite suffragist, fierce feminist, birth control pioneer, and activist artist.

Review: 'Chaos Walking' is Entertaining - and Forgettable

Review: 'Chaos Walking' is Entertaining - and Forgettable

By Kevin Taft | May 14, 2021

Like an old-fashioned western set on a distant planet, "Chaos Walking" is momentarily entertaining, but doesn't leave a lasting impression once you walk away from it.

Review: 'Profile' Has Unexpected Power

Review: 'Profile' Has Unexpected Power

By Kilian Melloy | May 14, 2021

Timur Bekmambetov's laptop thriller "Profile" may be built from video of computer screen activity, but it delivers the twists and emotionally wrenching impact of a more conventional film.

Review: 'Those Who Wish Me Dead' More Smoke than Fire

Review: 'Those Who Wish Me Dead' More Smoke than Fire

By Padraic Maroney | May 14, 2021

Wildfire flick "Those Who Wish Me Dead" might not be firing on all cylinders, but for all of its faults there's an entertaining film to be had. Just don't expect it to come in blazing hot.

Review: 'The Woman In The Window' Peers into Strange Territory

Review: 'The Woman In The Window' Peers into Strange Territory

By Jason Southerland | May 14, 2021

It takes a lot of courage — or hubris — to make a movie that is going to evoke the spirit of "Rear Window." It's a shame that the extremely talented team behind this film has come up empty.

Review: 'Two of Us' a Richly Detailed Emotional Journey

Review: 'Two of Us' a Richly Detailed Emotional Journey

By Roger Walker-Dack | May 14, 2021

This lovely drama that looks at the relationship between two older women is one of the best LGBTQ films of the year.

Laverne Cox Dubbed with Male Voice in Italian Called 'Act of Violence' by Italian Trans Actor

Laverne Cox Dubbed with Male Voice in Italian Called 'Act of Violence' by Italian Trans Actor

By Emell Adolphus | May 13, 2021

After Laverne Cox was dubbed with a male voice in the Italian version of "Promising Young Woman," Universal Pictures has apologized for the misstep.

Review: Quirky 'French Exit' Frustrates, Charms

Review: Quirky 'French Exit' Frustrates, Charms

By Kevin Taft | May 11, 2021

A cross between the quirky-quirk characters of Wes Anderson and the drolly quirky banter of Whit Stillman, this new Michelle Pfeiffer-led comedy is equal parts frustrating and oddly compelling.

Review: 'Big Fish' Sparkles in 4K, But The Story Doesn't Shine as Bright

Review: 'Big Fish' Sparkles in 4K, But The Story Doesn't Shine as Bright

By Derek Deskins | May 11, 2021

"Big Fish" still has the visual delight of a fairytale, even if its main character's lack of empathy has soured the film's message.

Review: Enduring Classic in 4K, 'Shrek' Has Never Looked Better For His 20th Anniversary

Review: Enduring Classic in 4K, 'Shrek' Has Never Looked Better For His 20th Anniversary

By JC Alvarez | May 11, 2021

The 20th Anniversary Edition 4K Ultra HD release of the hit animated movie makes for a cinematically brilliant experience.

Review: It's Lange Versus Kong in Shout's 'King Kong' Collector's Edition

Review: It's Lange Versus Kong in Shout's 'King Kong' Collector's Edition

By Ken Tasho | May 11, 2021

The naïveté seen in many aspects of a new Shout Factory Blu-ray release stops the film from being a total bust.

Review: Pulpy 'Marksman' Filled With Action, Suspense, and Lots of Thrills

Review: Pulpy 'Marksman' Filled With Action, Suspense, and Lots of Thrills

By Michael Cox | May 11, 2021

You know the bad guy will be killed in the end. But who will pull the trigger?

Review: Dorothy Arzner's 'Merrily We Go To Hell' Upends The Public Norms of a Patriarchal Society

Review: Dorothy Arzner's 'Merrily We Go To Hell' Upends The Public Norms of a Patriarchal Society

By Sam Cohen | May 11, 2021

Dorothy Arzner's pre-Code drama "Merrily We Go to Hell" has received a superlative release from The Criterion Collection, including a terrific new 4K restoration and a few great special features to dig into.

Review: Documentarian Alex Gibney Follows the Money in HBO's 'The Crime Of The Century'

Review: Documentarian Alex Gibney Follows the Money in HBO's 'The Crime Of The Century'

By Karin McKie | May 10, 2021

More than 500,000 Americans have died from opioid overdoses in the last two decades, a coronavirus-level body count that's laid at the feet of the Sackler family in this documentary full of receipts.

Review: The Early 90s Have Never Looked Better in the 4K 'Speed' Collector's Edition

Review: The Early 90s Have Never Looked Better in the 4K 'Speed' Collector's Edition

By JC Alvarez | May 10, 2021

The fastest movie ever made is now available in stunning 4K! "Speed" starring Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock has never looked better, or made taking public transportation more exciting!

Ryan Reynolds Wants Deadpool to be 'Openly' Bisexual in 'Deadpool 3'

Ryan Reynolds Wants Deadpool to be 'Openly' Bisexual in 'Deadpool 3'

By Emell Adolphus | May 9, 2021

Ryan Reynolds, star of "Deadpool" and "Deadpool 2," is reportedly asking Marvel president Kevin Feige to "make Deadpool openly bi" in the superhero's next story arc.

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