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Review: 'Alone' a Zombie Thriller with Brains, Heart

Review: 'Alone' a Zombie Thriller with Brains, Heart

By Kevin Taft | Oct 16, 2020

Tyler Posey proves a strong lead in this compelling, character-driven zombie apocalypse film.

Review: Despite the Title, 'Shithouse' One of the Year's Best

Review: Despite the Title, 'Shithouse' One of the Year's Best

By Kevin Taft | Oct 16, 2020

Despite the blunt title, "Shithouse" is a beautiful and affecting film about two young people trying to navigate the college experience.

Review: 'Love And Monsters' A Halloween Season Treat

Review: 'Love And Monsters' A Halloween Season Treat

By Kevin Taft | Oct 16, 2020

Dylan O'Brien proves once again that he is the new Tom Hanks in a magnetically charming performance as a guy fighting monsters to get to the girl he loves.

Review: 'The Trial Of The Chicago 7' is a Tale of Then and Now

Review: 'The Trial Of The Chicago 7' is a Tale of Then and Now

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 16, 2020

Sorkin has offered up a riveting, masterfully crafted, brilliantly acted and astonishingly executed work. Most definitely the best film of 2020 to date.

'Matrix 4' Star Teases Film Will 'Change the Industry'

'Matrix 4' Star Teases Film Will 'Change the Industry'

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Oct 15, 2020

According to Jessica Henwick, one of the stars of "The Matrix 4," the highly anticipated film will once again innovate and re-define the art of filmmaking.

Jussie Smollett to Direct Adaptation of 'B-Boy Blues'

Jussie Smollett to Direct Adaptation of 'B-Boy Blues'

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Oct 14, 2020

Jussie Smollett, the beleaguered former "Empire" star, will direct an adaptation of the 1994 best-selling book "B-Boy Blues" by James Earl Hardy.

Watch: Netflix Shares 'Hillbilly Elegy' Trailer Starring Amy Adams & Glenn Close

Watch: Netflix Shares 'Hillbilly Elegy' Trailer Starring Amy Adams & Glenn Close

Oct 14, 2020

Netflix is sharing the new trailer for the upcoming film "Hillbilly Elegy," starring Amy Adams and Glenn Close, and directed by Oscar-winner Ron Howard.

Fabulous at 50: Celebrating the History of the Imperial Council

Fabulous at 50: Celebrating the History of the Imperial Council

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Oct 13, 2020

"50 Years of Fabulous," Jethro Patalinghug's stirring documentary about the half-century history of the Imperial Council of San Francisco, shows the past five decades of the council's growth and glamorous moments, including founder José Sarria.

Review: New 4K Restoration of 'Claudine' an Incredible Release from Criterion

Review: New 4K Restoration of 'Claudine' an Incredible Release from Criterion

By Sam Cohen | Oct 13, 2020

Diahann Carroll and James Earl Jones shine in "Claudine," which has received a new Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection that comes packed with special features. Pick this one up immediately.

Review: 'Nightstream: Buio (Darkness)' a Headscratching Thriller

Review: 'Nightstream: Buio (Darkness)' a Headscratching Thriller

By Kevin Taft | Oct 13, 2020

An artsy dramatic thriller about a trio of sisters who are trapped inside their palatial estate, because the world outside is dangerous as a result of an apocalyptic event.

Review: Chose Your Own Adventure With the Skillfully Articulate 'DC Showcase - Batman: Death In The Family'

Review: Chose Your Own Adventure With the Skillfully Articulate 'DC Showcase - Batman: Death In The Family'

By JC Alvarez | Oct 13, 2020

It's up to you! The fate of the Boy Wonder is in your hands in the new interactive "Batman: Death in the Family" part of the series of DC Showcase Animated Shorts from Warner Bros. Animated Movies and based on the best-selling comic book event!

Watch: Why Is Everyone Talking about Jamie?

Watch: Why Is Everyone Talking about Jamie?

Oct 13, 2020

Jamie is a fierce 16-years old with serious drag queen aspirations who first came to the world's attention in the musical "Everybody's Talking About Jamie." The trailer for the film version, due out next year, was released.

Review: 'Nightstream: Frank & Zed' Offers Zany Puppet Gore

Review: 'Nightstream: Frank & Zed' Offers Zany Puppet Gore

By Kevin Taft | Oct 13, 2020

A sort of Muppet's version of the Red Wedding, "Frank & Zed" delivers on the gore and the wackiness, as puppets rip each other apart a la "Game of Thrones."

Review: 'Nightstream: 32 Malasana Street' More than the Sum of its Parts

Review: 'Nightstream: 32 Malasana Street' More than the Sum of its Parts

By Kevin Taft | Oct 13, 2020

While this film might be a hodgepodge of moments of other horror movies cut apart and pieced back together, it still creates a visually stunning and terrifying haunted house tale for scare seekers everywhere.

Review: 'Fatima' Will Bring Great Comfort To Some During These Troubled Times

Review: 'Fatima' Will Bring Great Comfort To Some During These Troubled Times

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 13, 2020

In 1917, in rural Portugal, three young shepherds claimed to have witnessed an apparition of the Virgin Mary... and the news electrified a country at war.

Review: 'Time' Reveals Persistence of Judicial Inequities

Review: 'Time' Reveals Persistence of Judicial Inequities

By Noe Kamelamela | Oct 13, 2020

The Richardson family endures their "Time" apart as Robert, the father, still languishes behind bars in Angola State Prison.

Review: 'Welcome To The Blumhouse: Evil Eye' is Stretched Thin

Review: 'Welcome To The Blumhouse: Evil Eye' is Stretched Thin

By Kevin Taft | Oct 12, 2020

Despite a game cast, this tepid "Fatal Attraction" style thriller only thrills in the final fifteen minutes.

Review: 'Welcome To The Blumhouse: Nocturne' A Well-Trodden Tale

Review: 'Welcome To The Blumhouse: Nocturne' A Well-Trodden Tale

By Kevin Taft | Oct 12, 2020

"Welcome to the Blumhouse: Nocturne" is a well-trodden plot that is stretched to an inch of its life.

An Unsettling Strangeness Sets In at the NY Film Fest 58

An Unsettling Strangeness Sets In at the NY Film Fest 58

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 12, 2020

EDGE contributor Frank J. Avella offers his assessment of films shown during weeks 3 & 4 at the 58th New York Film Festival.

Newfest Announces Special Events, Panels

Newfest Announces Special Events, Panels

Oct 11, 2020

NewFest, New York's leading LGBTQ film and media organization and one of the world's most respected LGBTQ film festivals, has announced the full lineup of Special Events and Panels as well as this year's juries.

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