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'Bloodsisters' - Groundbreaking Lesbian BDSM Video Re-released

'Bloodsisters' - Groundbreaking Lesbian BDSM Video Re-released

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Sep 21, 2021

Originally released in 1995, Michelle Handelman's documentary educates and enlightens, while preserving the history of San Francisco's lesbian BDSM community.

'Dear Evan Hansen' Filmmakers Refine a Hit Broadway Musical

'Dear Evan Hansen' Filmmakers Refine a Hit Broadway Musical

By Mark Kennedy | Sep 21, 2021

Millions of people will get a chance to get to know the shy, teenager Evan Hansen this month, but Ben Platt is waving farewell.

Review: Stanley Kubrick's 'A Clockwork Orange' Shocks and Stuns in 4K

Review: Stanley Kubrick's 'A Clockwork Orange' Shocks and Stuns in 4K

By Sam Cohen | Sep 21, 2021

With a terrific new 4K presentation bolstered by HDR10, this is the best the film has ever looked at home.

Review: The Heroes and Puzzles of 'Escape Room' are Back in 'Tournament Of Champions'

Review: The Heroes and Puzzles of 'Escape Room' are Back in 'Tournament Of Champions'

By Kevin Taft | Sep 21, 2021

Bigger and more elaborate, the sequel to 2019's surprise hit isn't as novel this time around, but it still has its thrills.

TIFF Riffs 2... It's a Wrap!

TIFF Riffs 2... It's a Wrap!

By Frank J. Avella | Sep 21, 2021

EDGE contributor Frank J. Avella offers his second report about the Toronto Film Festival as it comes to an end.

Review: 'Midnight Mass' More than Horror; It's a Masterpiece

Review: 'Midnight Mass' More than Horror; It's a Masterpiece

By Kevin Taft | Sep 20, 2021

"Midnight Mass" is horrific and beautiful in equal measure, and proves to be Mike Flanagan's masterpiece.

'Still Dancing,' Rev. Steve Pieters Relives his Iconic Tammy Faye Interview

'Still Dancing,' Rev. Steve Pieters Relives his Iconic Tammy Faye Interview

By Steve Duffy | Sep 20, 2021

When the filmmakers of "The Eyes of Tammy Faye" included an interview with Rev. Steve Pieters in the film, they never reached out to him, assuming he was dead. Instead, the long-time AIDS survivor reached out to them.

2021 Toronto Int. Film Fest Diary: Entry 4 - The Uncanny Festival

2021 Toronto Int. Film Fest Diary: Entry 4 - The Uncanny Festival

By C.J. Prince | Sep 20, 2021

As the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival comes to a close, EDGE contributor C.J. Prince takes a look at a few more films along with the event's big awards, which are usually an Oscars indicator.

Review: 4K Edition of 'The Shawshank Redemption' a Considerable Upgrade in Quality

Review: 4K Edition of 'The Shawshank Redemption' a Considerable Upgrade in Quality

By Greg Vellante | Sep 20, 2021

One of the most admired mainstream dramas of all time takes a step up from the cable-channel presentation you're probably used to with its all-new 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release.

Antony Hickling Takes a Spiritual Gay Journey 'Down In Paris'

Antony Hickling Takes a Spiritual Gay Journey 'Down In Paris'

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 20, 2021

Antony Hickling plays a gay movie director in a spiritual crisis in a film that feels a like a modern "Divine Comedy" with an LGBTQ+ twist and a little like a queer version of "After Hours."

Review: A Quintet of Tasty Actors Whip 'Mascarpone' into Creamy Perfection

Review: A Quintet of Tasty Actors Whip 'Mascarpone' into Creamy Perfection

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 20, 2021

This tasty confection has both substance and sweetness, making for a poignant, charming comedy that's sure to become a new gay classic.

Review: Trans Thriller 'At The End Of Evin' an Elaborate Psychological Puzzle

Review: Trans Thriller 'At The End Of Evin' an Elaborate Psychological Puzzle

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 20, 2021

Mehdi Torab-Beigi and Mohammad Torab-Beigi co-write and co-direct a relentless psychological thriller that brims with suspense.

Review: Documentary 'North by Current' Offers Graceful Moments, No Easy Answers

Review: Documentary 'North by Current' Offers Graceful Moments, No Easy Answers

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 20, 2021

Trans documentary filmmaker Angelo Madsen Minax returns to his Michigan home town, and his family, across several years to document a family tragedy and unravel complex relationships.

Review: 'Marry Me However' a Piercing Look at the Costs of Gays Marrying Straights

Review: 'Marry Me However' a Piercing Look at the Costs of Gays Marrying Straights

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 20, 2021

Tis documentary examines the question of devout LGTBQ+ people of Jewish faith reconciling their spirituality with their sexuality... sometimes after having done enormous harm by pretending.

Watch: Nina West and Ginger Minj Chat 'Tammy Faye' with Jessica Chastain

Watch: Nina West and Ginger Minj Chat 'Tammy Faye' with Jessica Chastain

Sep 19, 2021

Nina West and Ginger Minj each sat down with Jessica Chastain to talk about her buzz-worthy role in "The Eyes of Tammy Faye."

Review: 'Yes I Am - The Ric Weiland Story' a Heroic Portrait of Queer Activist and Philanthropist

Review: 'Yes I Am - The Ric Weiland Story' a Heroic Portrait of Queer Activist and Philanthropist

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 19, 2021

The story of a true gay hero we should all know about.

Review: 'Boulevard: A Hollywood Story' Sheds Light on the Musical that Never Was

Review: 'Boulevard: A Hollywood Story' Sheds Light on the Musical that Never Was

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 19, 2021

The fascinating untold story of the original "Sunset Boulevard" Musical.

Review: 'Gemmel & Tim' Exposes a Shocking Story of Racism and Sexual Predation

Review: 'Gemmel & Tim' Exposes a Shocking Story of Racism and Sexual Predation

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 19, 2021

The harrowing tale of two queer Black men murdered by a wealthy white political donor.

Review: 'No Straight Lines: The Rise Of Queer Comics' Marvelously Surveys History

Review: 'No Straight Lines: The Rise Of Queer Comics' Marvelously Surveys History

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 19, 2021

Vivian Kleiman's marvelous documentary "No Straight Lines" surveys the history - so far - of queer comics, from strips drawn for local gay newspapers to the rise of graphic novels to the advent of web comics.

Review: 'Isaac' Sensitively Explores Familiar Territory — and Keeps You Guessing

Review: 'Isaac' Sensitively Explores Familiar Territory — and Keeps You Guessing

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 19, 2021

A fable of finding one's way toward authenticity is rounded out expertly as this film explores a years-long infatuation and its unexpected consummation.

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