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Making Art Out of Life :: Matt Fifer on 'Cicada'

Making Art Out of Life :: Matt Fifer on 'Cicada'

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 30, 2020

One of the films that's made a splash at this year's LGBTQ festivals is the Matt Fifer co-written and co-directed "Cicada," drawn from the lives of its two lead actors. Fifer chats with EDGE about facing life demons with art.

Review: Excellent 'His House' Offers Scares, Social Commentary

Review: Excellent 'His House' Offers Scares, Social Commentary

By Kevin Taft | Oct 30, 2020

Scary, but purposeful, this blend of horror and social commentary is a tremendous debut for both director and cast.

Review: 'Bill & Ted Face The Music' Is A Most Excellent Sequel

Review: 'Bill & Ted Face The Music' Is A Most Excellent Sequel

By Greg Vellante | Oct 30, 2020

"Bill & Ted Face the Music" is so silly, corny, fun, and enjoyable that it perfectly matches the tone of the first two films. Fans should be immensely pleased.

Review: Clever Horror Film 'Come Play' Confronts Loneliness in a Connected Age

Review: Clever Horror Film 'Come Play' Confronts Loneliness in a Connected Age

By Megan Kearns | Oct 30, 2020

Jacob Chase's tense horror film stars Gillian Jacobs, John Gallagher Jr., and Azhy Robertson. About an autistic boy and his parents terrorized by a monster, the film t explores the ramifications of loneliness and connection.

Review: 'The True Adventures Of Wolfboy' A Journey Toward Belonging

Review: 'The True Adventures Of Wolfboy' A Journey Toward Belonging

By Kevin Taft | Oct 30, 2020

This film about a boy's journey to find his tribe offers dark delights and heartbreaking truths.

Review: 'The Deeper You Dig" is a Low-Budget, Atmospheric Success

Review: 'The Deeper You Dig" is a Low-Budget, Atmospheric Success

By Ken Tasho | Oct 29, 2020

In the category known as "Less Is More," a low-budget film made in 2019 proves that a successful indie horror movie can still be made.

Review: 'Back To The Future: The Ultimate Trilogy' Looks Great, Offers New Extras

Review: 'Back To The Future: The Ultimate Trilogy' Looks Great, Offers New Extras

By Kevin Taft | Oct 29, 2020

"McFly" never looked or sounded as good as it does in the 4k Ultra HD edition of the time-traveling trilogy that has enchanted generations.

Review: 'Cold Light Of Day' a Shocking Look at Real Life Crimes

Review: 'Cold Light Of Day' a Shocking Look at Real Life Crimes

By Ken Tasho | Oct 29, 2020

Not for the particularly squeamish viewer, critics labeled Arrow Video's new Blu-ray the British companion of the shocking movie "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer."

Review: 'The Craft: Legacy' Falls Short of the Original

Review: 'The Craft: Legacy' Falls Short of the Original

By Kevin Taft | Oct 28, 2020

Tis reboot/sequel to the '90s cult classic fails to cast a spell.

Watch: New Documentary on Poland's Anti-LGBTQ Oppression

Watch: New Documentary on Poland's Anti-LGBTQ Oppression

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Oct 28, 2020

i-D has just released a new, brief but stark documentary on discrimination and increased violence against LGBTQ people in Poland.

Review: 'Fatima' Offers Hope, Lacks Faith

Review: 'Fatima' Offers Hope, Lacks Faith

By Michael Cox | Oct 28, 2020

Faith-based stories like this are the stuff that movie dreams are made of, because we love to live beyond the limits of our meager lives.

Review: 'Young Hunter' Another Fine Effort from Marco Berger

Review: 'Young Hunter' Another Fine Effort from Marco Berger

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 28, 2020

Argentinian filmmaker Marco Berger is back with his eighth excellent queer movie - another story about a young man's burgeoning sexuality

Ruby Rose Talks of Kicking Ass in 'The Doorman'

Ruby Rose Talks of Kicking Ass in 'The Doorman'

By Steve Duffy | Oct 27, 2020

Fresh after her stint on "Batwoman," where she played television's first openly lesbian superhero, Ruby Rose is starring in the action thriller "The Doorman." The gender fluid star talks to EDGE about kicking ass in the film.

Review: The Latest Criterion Release of 'Parasite' is Arguably the Best Yet

Review: The Latest Criterion Release of 'Parasite' is Arguably the Best Yet

By Greg Vellante | Oct 27, 2020

This is the third at-home release for "Parasite" this year, but Criterion Collection has done this film right with a great presentation, interesting bonus features and even the black-and-white version of the film! It's the clear winner for collectors.

Halloween Horrors with a Queer Twist

Halloween Horrors with a Queer Twist

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Oct 27, 2020

In the mood for something spooky? Here are some movies (and a book) you can watch to enhance your Halloween season. All titles have a decidedly queer twist.

Bette Midler Confirms 'Hocus Pocus 2' with Original Cast

Bette Midler Confirms 'Hocus Pocus 2' with Original Cast

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Oct 27, 2020

Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy, and Sarah Jessica Parker — the Sanderson sisters in the 1993 cult classic "Hocus Pocus" — will reunite for a sequel.

Watch Rudy Giuliani 'Tuck in His Shirt' in New 'Borat' Film

Watch Rudy Giuliani 'Tuck in His Shirt' in New 'Borat' Film

Oct 24, 2020

See the cringe-worthy sequence from the new "Borat" film that Rudy Giuliani calls a "hit job."

Watch: Sacha Baron Cohen & Maria Bakalova Talk Rudy, Borat & Tutar

Watch: Sacha Baron Cohen & Maria Bakalova Talk Rudy, Borat & Tutar

Oct 23, 2020

Sacha Baron Cohen and his break-out co-star Maria Bakalova visited "Good Morning America" on Friday to talk about the new "Borat" film & whether or not to believe Rudy Giuliani.

Watch: Meet Maria Bakalova — Borat's October Surprise

Watch: Meet Maria Bakalova — Borat's October Surprise

Oct 23, 2020

Maria Bakalova's fearless performance in "Borat Subsequent Movie Film" is one good reason to watch Sacha Baron Cohen's new mockumentary on Amazon Prime.

Review: 'Bad Hair' is Just Bad

Review: 'Bad Hair' is Just Bad

By Kevin Taft | Oct 23, 2020

The comedy and horror are not woven well into this '90s throwback horror film.

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