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Review: 'Eternals' Pushes the Genre Into New Territory

Review: 'Eternals' Pushes the Genre Into New Territory

By JC Alvarez | Oct 27, 2021

The latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe pushes the boundaries of expectations to epic proportions, introducing the Eternals — but exactly whose side are these super beings on?

Billy Porter to Direct 'Camp' Film Version

Billy Porter to Direct 'Camp' Film Version

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 27, 2021

Billy Porter has signed on to direct the movie version of Lev Rosen's YA novel "Camp," about first love at a summer camp for LGBTQ+ teens.

'Dune' to Get Sequel, with Theater-Only Release Set for 2023

'Dune' to Get Sequel, with Theater-Only Release Set for 2023

By Jake Coyle | Oct 27, 2021

"Dune" isn't done.

Review: 'Passing' Examines Race, Privilege, and Authenticity

Review: 'Passing' Examines Race, Privilege, and Authenticity

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 27, 2021

Hall brings a delicate and yet precise touch to this, her directorial feature debut, an adaptation of the 1929 novel by Nella Larsen.

Review: You Might Be Seduced by 'Hypnotic'

Review: You Might Be Seduced by 'Hypnotic'

By Kevin Taft | Oct 27, 2021

Kate Siegel is excellent in a film that never rises above a Lifetime movie of the week.

Review: 'The Pursuit Of D.B. Cooper' a Fun, Hot Mess

Review: 'The Pursuit Of D.B. Cooper' a Fun, Hot Mess

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 26, 2021

"Pursuit" is a strange genre blend that doesn't always work, but Treat Williams is a treat and makes the silliest moments enjoyable.

10 Upcoming Movies You Should Catch

10 Upcoming Movies You Should Catch

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 26, 2021

Time to head back to the movies with this crop of award-worthy upcoming releases.

'Eternals' Director Chloé Zhao Hopes Gay Content Will Not Be Cut Overseas

'Eternals' Director Chloé Zhao Hopes Gay Content Will Not Be Cut Overseas

Oct 26, 2021

Chloé Zhao hopes that "Eternals" LGBTQ content will not be cut overseas.

Review: Early Superstar Nancy Carroll Owns 'Hot Saturday,' Now on Blu-Ray

Review: Early Superstar Nancy Carroll Owns 'Hot Saturday,' Now on Blu-Ray

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 26, 2021

Do yourself a favor and screen "Hot Saturday" to see a once-genuine superstar, Nancy Carroll, at her peak, before her sad slip into oblivion.

Review: 'Kid Candidate' Details Generation Gap & Inequalities in Local Politics

Review: 'Kid Candidate' Details Generation Gap & Inequalities in Local Politics

By Sam Cohen | Oct 26, 2021

Jasmine Stodel's documentary about Hayden Pedigo, a young and impressionable person who ran for City Council in Amarillo, TX, in 2009, arrives on Blu-ray courtesy of Gunpowder & Sky.

Review: 'For Madmen Only' Paints a Vivid Portrait of a Comedy Legend

Review: 'For Madmen Only' Paints a Vivid Portrait of a Comedy Legend

By Sam Cohen | Oct 26, 2021

Del Close, a major figure in the history of improv comedy, is the subject of "For Madmen Only," a new documentary available now on Blu-ray from Utopia Distribution.

Review: 'The Cheat' a Showcase for Tallulah Bankhead, not Much Else

Review: 'The Cheat' a Showcase for Tallulah Bankhead, not Much Else

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 26, 2021

"The Cheat" is a curiosity, and recommended if only to see Tallulah Bankhead, one of the great grand divas of the 20th century.

Review: Queer and Queer-Friendly Stars Make 'Devil And The Deep' A Must-See

Review: Queer and Queer-Friendly Stars Make 'Devil And The Deep' A Must-See

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 26, 2021

"Devil in the Deep" is highly recommended for a quartet of queer and queer-friendly stars as well as an intense finale that is early filmmaking at its finest.

Watch: 'Eternals' Star Haaz Sleiman Calls Role in Film 'Lifesaving'

Watch: 'Eternals' Star Haaz Sleiman Calls Role in Film 'Lifesaving'

By Emell Adolphus | Oct 25, 2021

On the red carpet at the premiere of "Eternals," Haaz Sleiman spoke about the film's groundbreaking gay representation.

Watch: Dancer Corey O'Brien Reflects On 9 Years Of Sobriety In 'Freedom'

Watch: Dancer Corey O'Brien Reflects On 9 Years Of Sobriety In 'Freedom'

By Emell Adolphus | Oct 25, 2021

Last week, O'Brien unveiled the short film "Freedom," which was produced in collaboration with the Los Angeles Centers for Alcohol and Drug Abuse.

Review: Ben Whishaw Gives a Tour de Force Performance in Director Aneil Karia's Stylish Thriller 'Surge'

Review: Ben Whishaw Gives a Tour de Force Performance in Director Aneil Karia's Stylish Thriller 'Surge'

By Lewis Whittington | Oct 25, 2021

Aneil Karia uses cinema verite elements to make this debut feature a sweaty, claustrophobic character study. Ben Whishaw's intense performance, is simultaneously revealing and enigmatic.

Despite Hybrid Release, 'Dune' Draws Well on the Big Screen

Despite Hybrid Release, 'Dune' Draws Well on the Big Screen

By Jake Coyle | Oct 25, 2021

Denis Villeneuve's "Dune" debuted with $40.1 million in ticket sales in its opening weekend in North America, drawing a large number of moviegoers to see the thundering sci-fi epic on the big screen.

Let Computers Do It: Film Set Tragedy Spurs Call to Ban Guns

Let Computers Do It: Film Set Tragedy Spurs Call to Ban Guns

By Jocelyn Noveck | Oct 24, 2021

Why are real guns ever used on set, when computers can create gunshots in post-production? Isn't even the smallest risk unacceptable?

Jamie Lee Curtis Is a "Grateful Student" After Daughter Ruby's Transition

Jamie Lee Curtis Is a "Grateful Student" After Daughter Ruby's Transition

By Emell Adolphus | Oct 24, 2021

The 'Halloween Kills' star shared how much she has learned from her daughter about gender and why daughter Ruby wants to share her story now.

Has Margot Robbie's Barbie Found Her Ken in Ryan Gosling?

Has Margot Robbie's Barbie Found Her Ken in Ryan Gosling?

Oct 23, 2021

Ryan Gosling is said to be signing on to play Ken in the upcoming Barbie movie.

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