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Queer Filmmaker Gregg Araki Looks Back on 'The Living End'

Queer Filmmaker Gregg Araki Looks Back on 'The Living End'

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 16, 2022

Gregg Araki, a groundbreaking queer filmmaker whose 1992 film "The Living End" sees its 30th anniversary this year, looked back on the movie in a new interview.

'Raw! Uncut! Video!' Palm Drive's Pioneering Porn

'Raw! Uncut! Video!' Palm Drive's Pioneering Porn

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Aug 16, 2022

For twelve years, Palm Drive Video produced hundreds of video scenes featuring a variety of men engaging in a wide array of fetishized sex. The new documentary shares the kinky tale.

'Bullet Train' Repeats No. 1; 'Top Gun' Flies Back Up Ranks

'Bullet Train' Repeats No. 1; 'Top Gun' Flies Back Up Ranks

By Jake Coyle | Aug 14, 2022

"Bullet Train" led all movies in ticket sales for a second straight weekend, while a quiet spell in theaters and incredible staying power put "Top Gun: Maverick" back into third place.

Queering Cinema: Mary Stuart Masterson and Mary-Louise Parker in 'Fried Green Tomatoes'

Queering Cinema: Mary Stuart Masterson and Mary-Louise Parker in 'Fried Green Tomatoes'

Aug 14, 2022

Though never explicit, the same-sex attraction and relationship in "Fried Green Tomatoes" is tangible, thanks to wonderful performances by Mary Stuart Masterson and Mary-Louise Parker.

Diana Doc 'The Princess' Flips the Focus

Diana Doc 'The Princess' Flips the Focus

By Lindsey Bahr | Aug 13, 2022

The last thing the world needs, you might think, is another Princess Diana documentary, yet documentarian Ed Perkins managed to find a novel take.

Watch: 'Beach Rats' Actor Harris Dickinson Stars in Trailer for 'Triangle of Sadness'

Watch: 'Beach Rats' Actor Harris Dickinson Stars in Trailer for 'Triangle of Sadness'

Aug 13, 2022

The first trailer for director Ruben Östlund's new film "Triangle of Sadness," which won the prestigious Palme d'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival, is finally here.

Review: 'Summering' Has a Wintery Feel

Review: 'Summering' Has a Wintery Feel

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 12, 2022

Four pre-teens find a body in the woods. This sparks an adventure that will no doubt resonate long into adulthood. Unfortunately, we're not talking about Rob Reiner's beloved 1986 movie; far from it.

Review: Concert Doc 'Post Malone: Runaway' is All Flash, No Substance

Review: Concert Doc 'Post Malone: Runaway' is All Flash, No Substance

By Mark Kennedy | Aug 12, 2022

Not only does the bestselling, genre-mixing hitmaker himself not come across as a real person, the film never tries to help him. Fans won't learn anything new, and the curious may even be turned off.

Review: Jamie Foxx Hunts Vampires in Comedy 'Day Shift'

Review: Jamie Foxx Hunts Vampires in Comedy 'Day Shift'

By Jake Coyle | Aug 12, 2022

"Day Shift," which begins streaming Friday, has aims much closer to something like "Zombieland" than Murnau.

Review: Want to Really Waste Time? Watch 'Mack & Rita'

Review: Want to Really Waste Time? Watch 'Mack & Rita'

By Mark Kennedy | Aug 12, 2022

The movie "Mack & Rita" — which adds grandma chic to two things no one needs on screen like lazy filmmaking and a tired old concept — can be distilled into one word: Cringe.

Warner Bros. Deciding Whether to Cancel 'The Flash' Starring Ezra Miller

Warner Bros. Deciding Whether to Cancel 'The Flash' Starring Ezra Miller

By Emell Adolphus | Aug 11, 2022

Warner Bros. is reportedly deciding whether to cancel "The Flash" starring Ezra Miller. The studio is reportedly weighing a couple of options to get the film into theaters or cancel it altogether due to Miller's ongoing erratic behavior.

Watch: Timothée Chalamet Drops Teaser for Luca Guadagnino's 'Bones and All'

Watch: Timothée Chalamet Drops Teaser for Luca Guadagnino's 'Bones and All'

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 11, 2022

Timothée Chalamet dropped a teaser on Twitter for the film that reunites him with "Call Me By Your Name" director Luca Guadagnino as well as co-star Michael Stuhlbarg.

Review: 'Girl Picture' Puts New Spins on Coming of Age

Review: 'Girl Picture' Puts New Spins on Coming of Age

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 11, 2022

There are emotionally compelling worlds explored here. With persistence, and with unshakeable friendship, they are worlds that these three young women are set to conquer.

New York Film Festival Sets Lineup for 60th Edition

New York Film Festival Sets Lineup for 60th Edition

By Jake Coyle | Aug 10, 2022

The New York Film Festival will celebrate its 60th anniversary with a robust 32-film main slate and a number of hometown tales.

A Cary Grant Biopic Is Coming to ITV With 'Harry Potter' Star

A Cary Grant Biopic Is Coming to ITV With 'Harry Potter' Star

By Emell Adolphus | Aug 9, 2022

Titled "Archie," the four-part drama series will follow Grant's life from humble beginnings to leading man.

Reviews: 'A Run for More' and 'The Art of Love' are Uncommon LGBT Films

Reviews: 'A Run for More' and 'The Art of Love' are Uncommon LGBT Films

By Laura Moreno | Aug 9, 2022

Although they are vastly different films, both "A Run for More" and "The Art of Love" dare to venture off the beaten path, pulling back the curtain on their subject matter.

Filmmaker Lars von Trier Diagnosed with Parkinson's

Filmmaker Lars von Trier Diagnosed with Parkinson's

Aug 9, 2022

Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier, known for films like "Melancholia" and "Dancer in the Dark," has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, his production company Zentropa said Monday.

Review: 'They/Them' a Well-Intentioned, Yet Disappointing, Queer Horror Film

Review: 'They/Them' a Well-Intentioned, Yet Disappointing, Queer Horror Film

By Megan Kearns | Aug 8, 2022

Written and directed by out filmmaker John Logan, and starring a mostly LGBTQ+ cast, the queer slasher film is well-intentioned but disappoints due to lackluster writing and tedious pacing.

Brad Pitt's 'Bullet Train' Pulls Into Station with $30.1M

Brad Pitt's 'Bullet Train' Pulls Into Station with $30.1M

By Jake Coyle | Aug 7, 2022

The stylized action romp "Bullet Train," starring Brad Pitt, arrived with a $30.1 million opening weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday, as the last big movie of Hollywood's summer recovery landed in theaters.

Queering Cinema: Anthony Perkins and 'Psycho'

Queering Cinema: Anthony Perkins and 'Psycho'

By Robert Nesti | Aug 6, 2022

Anthony Perkins was the boy next door... then came "Psycho."

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