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Review: Wes Anderson's Vibrant, Whimsical, and Poetic Style is Fully Alive in 'The French Dispatch'

Review: Wes Anderson's Vibrant, Whimsical, and Poetic Style is Fully Alive in 'The French Dispatch'

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 22, 2021

Anderson's cine-milieu has always been an acquired taste, but most cinephiles have long ago salivated for these visually brilliant, sardonic studies in the eccentricities of human nature.

Review: 'Four Hours At The Capitol' Offers Revealing Details of the Insurrection

Review: 'Four Hours At The Capitol' Offers Revealing Details of the Insurrection

By JC Alvarez | Oct 22, 2021

The HBO Documentary "Four Hours at the Capitol" takes a magnifying glass to the harrowing events of January 6, examining an attack on our democracy.

Review: Western 'The Harder They Fall' a Must on the Big Screen

Review: Western 'The Harder They Fall' a Must on the Big Screen

By Noe Kamelamela | Oct 22, 2021

Black Western "The Harder They Fall" finds two gangs facing off at the edge of the American frontier.

Review: 'Broadcast Signal Intrusion' Not Much More Than a Creepy Curiosity

Review: 'Broadcast Signal Intrusion' Not Much More Than a Creepy Curiosity

By Kevin Taft | Oct 22, 2021

With a tighter script and more accomplished lead performance, "Broadcast Signal Intrusion" could have been a classic.

Review: 'Becoming Cousteau' a Revealing Look at the Famed Undersea Explorer

Review: 'Becoming Cousteau' a Revealing Look at the Famed Undersea Explorer

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 22, 2021

Jacques Cousteau was a role model for anyone who believes that it's her, or his, duty to make a positive difference in the world, and to stand up for "the rights of future generations."

Megan Fox Is Proud to Be A Role Model for Queer Girls

Megan Fox Is Proud to Be A Role Model for Queer Girls

By Emell Adolphus | Oct 21, 2021

In an interview with the New York Post, Megan Fox says she is fulfilled "If my purpose on Earth was to help one girl come out of the closet."

With Halloween Coming, Some Scary Scores from Scary Movies

With Halloween Coming, Some Scary Scores from Scary Movies

By Christopher Ehlers | Oct 21, 2021

WIth Halloween coming, EDGE chooses the most effective scores from some scary movies.

Review: 'Dune' a Mesmerizing, Absorbing Spectacle

Review: 'Dune' a Mesmerizing, Absorbing Spectacle

By Megan Kearns | Oct 20, 2021

Denis Villeneuve's mesmerizing, gorgeous adaptation of Frank Herbert's novel stars a great cast. Ambitious and absorbing, it explores politics, colonialism, oppression, and power dynamics.

Review: Socially Aware 'Change Of Habit' Totally Watchable on BLU

Review: Socially Aware 'Change Of Habit' Totally Watchable on BLU

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 20, 2021

"Change of Habit" gets props for wanting to be socially aware. And it's a very watchable sit, if you don't mind a very mixed genre blend.

Review: Everything (and Nothing) Matters in Compelling 'Warning'

Review: Everything (and Nothing) Matters in Compelling 'Warning'

By Kevin Taft | Oct 20, 2021

More of an art film than disaster movie, "Warning" is compelling and befuddling.

Review: Spirited Romantic Comedy 'Come September' is a Real Treat on BLU

Review: Spirited Romantic Comedy 'Come September' is a Real Treat on BLU

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 19, 2021

"Come September" is a rom-com treat with Rock and Gina and the Italian Riviera, all dazzling good reasons to watch!

Watch: MCU Head Promises 'Eternals' Will be 'Just the Start' for LGBTQ+ Representation

Watch: MCU Head Promises 'Eternals' Will be 'Just the Start' for LGBTQ+ Representation

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 19, 2021

Kevin Feige, the head of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, promises that the upcoming 26th MCU feature, "Eternals," will kickstart significant LGBTQ+ representation going forward.

Review: 'Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins' Has Everything You Want In A Blockbuster

Review: 'Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins' Has Everything You Want In A Blockbuster

By JC Alvarez | Oct 19, 2021

Everyone's favorite action figure is now starring in his own big screen blockbuster as Paramount reboots the cinematic franchise.

Review: 'P.S. Burn This Letter Please' a Colorful Glimpse Into 50s/60s Drag

Review: 'P.S. Burn This Letter Please' a Colorful Glimpse Into 50s/60s Drag

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 19, 2021

"P.S. Burn This Letter Please" is a glimpse into NY's gay drag scene in the 1950s and '60s

Denis Villeneuve's Dreams of 'Dune' Reach the Big Screen

Denis Villeneuve's Dreams of 'Dune' Reach the Big Screen

Oct 19, 2021

It was the eyes that drew Denis Villeneuve to "Dune."

Watch: When Gay Actors Were Cast in Gay Roles

Watch: When Gay Actors Were Cast in Gay Roles

By Robert Nesti | Oct 18, 2021

In Hollywood's long history, there have been instances of gay actors playing gay roles. Here's a list.

Review: Japanese Horror Classic 'Onibaba' Scares Again on Blu-ray Courtesy of Criterion

Review: Japanese Horror Classic 'Onibaba' Scares Again on Blu-ray Courtesy of Criterion

By Sam Cohen | Oct 18, 2021

Kaneto Shindo's legendary horror film "Onibaba" is now available on Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection, boasting a new 1080p presentation and a couple new special features. If you're a fan of horror, this edition is for you.

Review: Atomic-Age Thriller 'The Incredible Shrinking Man' Gets Great New Blu-ray from Criterion

Review: Atomic-Age Thriller 'The Incredible Shrinking Man' Gets Great New Blu-ray from Criterion

By Sam Cohen | Oct 18, 2021

Sci-fi B-movies rarely get as engaging as 1957's "The Incredible Shrinking Man." This existential thriller arrives on Blu-ray courtesy of The Criterion Collection.

Review: Humphrey Bogart-Starring 'High Sierra' Shines on Blu-ray from Criterion

Review: Humphrey Bogart-Starring 'High Sierra' Shines on Blu-ray from Criterion

By Sam Cohen | Oct 18, 2021

The Humphrey Bogart-starring 1941 drama "High Sierra" is now available on Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection with a new 1080p presentation sourced from a 4K restoration of the film's original 100-minute cut. This edition boasts many features.

Review: 'To the Sea' an Understated, Emotional Gem

Review: 'To the Sea' an Understated, Emotional Gem

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 18, 2021

A couple new to a seaside village find tranquility and turmoil as they both fall in love with the same local man. Heartbreak seems inevitable — but hope creates a sweet, erotic tension in this emotional gem.

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