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 Review :: Woodshock

Review :: Woodshock

By Greg Vellante | Sep 22
The debut film of fashion designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy is a fascinatingly misguided mess that dulls the senses while attempting to invigorate them.

 Review :: The Ghoul

Review :: The Ghoul

By Ken Tasho | Sep 22
Writer/Director Gareth Tunley's first feature film is a tour de force through the mind of a confused and conflicted character.

 Review :: Victoria and Abdul

Review :: Victoria and Abdul

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 22
Dame Judi Dench stars in this period dramady based on the true story of when Queen Victoria befriended a lowly Indian clerk.

 Review :: Bobbi Jene

Review :: Bobbi Jene

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 22
A compelling documentary of the life of the acclaimed dancer who now, facing 30th birthday, must make some very tough choices about life and love.

 Review :: Elizabeth Blue

Review :: Elizabeth Blue

By Charles Nash | Sep 22
This semi-autobiographical feature debut from Vincent Sabella is an earnest, but flawed outlook on mental illness.

 Review :: Stronger

Review :: Stronger

By Greg Vellante | Sep 22
"Stronger" is a worthy tribute to not just the story of Jeff Bauman, but also everything his story represented and everyone his story impacted. If any movie captures what "Boston Strong" is truly about, this one is it.

 Review :: Loving Vincent

Review :: Loving Vincent

By Louise Adams | Sep 22
The Post-Impressionist's impasto paintings come alive in this state-of-the-art murder-mystery and literal moving picture.

Hollywood's Bisexual Closet: Film Historian Boze Hadleigh Tells Stories of Bisexual Stars

Hollywood's Bisexual Closet: Film Historian Boze Hadleigh Tells Stories of Bisexual Stars

By David Elijah-Nahmod | Sep 21
While homosexuality in Hollywood has long been a topic of discussion, the topic of bisexuality has often been kept quiet.

'Stronger' Spawns a Friendship for Gyllenhaal and Bauman

'Stronger' Spawns a Friendship for Gyllenhaal and Bauman

By Jake Coyle | Sep 20
"Stronger," directed by David Gordon Green, is the kind of movie that holds as much drama off the screen as on it.

'Handsome Devil' Director John Butler: 'The World Is a Ridiculous Place'

'Handsome Devil' Director John Butler: 'The World Is a Ridiculous Place'

By Robert Nesti | Sep 20
"Handsome Devil," the new film from Irish director John Butler, is a coming-of-age film set in the 1980s that follows the friendship between two mismatched roommates. EDGE spoke to the out director about his film.

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