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Review: Barbara Hershey Can't Save 'Welcome To The Blumhouse: The Manor'

Review: Barbara Hershey Can't Save 'Welcome To The Blumhouse: The Manor'

By Derek Deskins | Oct 13, 2021

"The Manor" is a stylistic mess that struggles to terrify, or even captivate, for its meager runtime.

Music, Menus & Motion: Mill Valley Film Festival Faves

Music, Menus & Motion: Mill Valley Film Festival Faves

By Brian Bromberger | Oct 12, 2021

The Mill Valley Film Festival returns for its 44th year October 7-17, with in-person and online screenings. A few notable features: Documentaries about Leonard Bernstein, Julia Child, and The Velvet Underground.

Review: Affecting 'Jump, Darling' Succeeds Because of Cloris Leachman

Review: Affecting 'Jump, Darling' Succeeds Because of Cloris Leachman

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 12, 2021

Cloris Leachman's exquisite swan song is poignant and affecting.

Review: Tarantino's Classic 'Inglourious Basterds' Upgraded to 4K Blu-ray from Universal

Review: Tarantino's Classic 'Inglourious Basterds' Upgraded to 4K Blu-ray from Universal

By Sam Cohen | Oct 12, 2021

Quentin Tarantino's classic arrives on 4K Blu-ray with a decent 4K presentation and all the previous special features carried over for this new edition.

Review: 'Sweetheart' is Sweet, Funny, and Familiar in All the Right Ways

Review: 'Sweetheart' is Sweet, Funny, and Familiar in All the Right Ways

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 12, 2021

A British queer film full of teen angst.

Review: 'Vera Cruz' Worth a Look for Cooper and Lancaster

Review: 'Vera Cruz' Worth a Look for Cooper and Lancaster

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 12, 2021

"Vera Cruz" is only worth a look for Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster. But if you're a Spaghetti western or "Wild Bunch" fan, I'm sure you will love it!

Review: 'The Last Sunset' a Mediocre Mess

Review: 'The Last Sunset' a Mediocre Mess

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 12, 2021

Pick up "The Last Sunset" to add to your Rock Hudson collection. He's terrific, and terrifically sexy in it.

Review: Ridley Scott's 'Legend' Enjoys a Breathless New Blu-ray from Arrow

Review: Ridley Scott's 'Legend' Enjoys a Breathless New Blu-ray from Arrow

By Sam Cohen | Oct 12, 2021

Ridley Scott's 1985 fantasy epic is now available on Blu-ray from Arrow Films in a new 2K restoration of the Theatrical Cut, as well as a ton of new special features.

Review: 'See You Then' Presents a Complex Portrait of Womanhood

Review: 'See You Then' Presents a Complex Portrait of Womanhood

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 12, 2021

A sort of "Walking and Talking" - or, if you like, "Before Sunrise" - with a transgender twist, Mari Walker's "See You Then" follows Kris (Pooya Mohseni) and Naomi (Lynn Chen) as they attempt to reconnect.

Review: 'Don't Breathe 2' Suffocatingly Awful

Review: 'Don't Breathe 2' Suffocatingly Awful

By Kevin Taft | Oct 12, 2021

Pointless and ludicrous, "Don't Breathe 2" asks a lot of its audience to the point of not caring.

Review: Spellbinding, Macabre, Fantasy 'The Green Knight' Bewitches

Review: Spellbinding, Macabre, Fantasy 'The Green Knight' Bewitches

By Megan Kearns | Oct 12, 2021

With bold direction and striking visuals, David Lowery's intoxicating Arthurian adaptation features an outstanding lead performance by Dev Patel.

Review: In 'Stillwater,' a Red State Hero Roams Chic France

Review: In 'Stillwater,' a Red State Hero Roams Chic France

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 12, 2021

More than a thriller, and not just caricature, this film finds Matt Damon playing a Red State hero — sort of.

Review: 'Cut!' a Campily Comic Queer Giallo

Review: 'Cut!' a Campily Comic Queer Giallo

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 12, 2021

Deliberately down-market and sure to be a cult favorite, this film gleefully revels in its cheapness, broad comedy, and vibrant color palette.

Review: 'On the Fringe of Wild' Underscores Pain of Homophobia

Review: 'On the Fringe of Wild' Underscores Pain of Homophobia

By Rob Lester | Oct 12, 2021

Teen boys seeking to survive the elements, bullying, rejecting parents, and homophobia find some hope when they find each other.

Review: Ridley Scott's 'The Last Duel' Engages and Stuns

Review: Ridley Scott's 'The Last Duel' Engages and Stuns

By Sam Cohen | Oct 12, 2021

Ridley Scott's "The Last Duel" rises above the usual Hollywood prestige dreck to be a thoughtful, engaging and, yes, very violent, period piece with terrific performances.

Review: 'Rebel Dykes' Explores Queer London in the 1980s

Review: 'Rebel Dykes' Explores Queer London in the 1980s

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 12, 2021

Filmmakers Harri Shanahan, Sian A. Williams, and Siobhan Fahey revisit London in the 1980's with this fascinating documentary.

Review: Touching 'Being Thunder' a Welcome Contribution to Trans Cinema

Review: Touching 'Being Thunder' a Welcome Contribution to Trans Cinema

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 12, 2021

Stephanie Lamorre's heart-touching documentary on Two-Spirit teenager Sherente Misihitasin is a welcome contribution to the burgeoning dialogue about the transgender community.

Watch: Mario Cantone Has Choice Words for Straight Actors in Gay Roles

Watch: Mario Cantone Has Choice Words for Straight Actors in Gay Roles

By Emell Adolphus | Oct 11, 2021

During an appearance on "The View," Cantone said it's time for gay men to be leading men.

How 'Eternals' Star Haaz Sleiman Is Bringing LGBTQ+ Representation to Marvel

How 'Eternals' Star Haaz Sleiman Is Bringing LGBTQ+ Representation to Marvel

By Emell Adolphus | Oct 11, 2021

Out actor Haaz Sleiman has come a long way since his breakout role in Showtimes' "Nurse Jackie," and this year he is proving that he has much more talent to give.

First Look: 'Single All the Way' Netflix's First Gay Christmas Movie

First Look: 'Single All the Way' Netflix's First Gay Christmas Movie

By Emell Adolphus | Oct 11, 2021

The gay-themed Netflix rom-com — starring Jennifer Coolidge, Michael Urie, Kathy Najimy and Luke MacFarlane — will be available for streaming Dec. 2.

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