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Review: 'Shortbus' Returns with a 15th Anniversary Re-release

Review: 'Shortbus' Returns with a 15th Anniversary Re-release

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 26, 2022

John Cameron Mitchell's classic about sex and relationships marks its 15th anniversary with a 4K restoration and cinematic re-release.

It's the Right Time  — John Cameron Mitchell on the 'Shortbus' Restoration

It's the Right Time — John Cameron Mitchell on the 'Shortbus' Restoration

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 26, 2022

When John Cameron Mitchell's "Shortbus" hit screens in 2006, it brought a vivid splash of color and a range of emotional vibrance that felt rare. 15 years later, he returned to restore the film that he feels is more relevant than ever.

Watch: Lady Gaga Alleges She Kissed Salma Hayek in Deleted 'House Of Gucci' Scene

Watch: Lady Gaga Alleges She Kissed Salma Hayek in Deleted 'House Of Gucci' Scene

By Emell Adolphus | Jan 25, 2022

Appearing on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Lady Gaga continues to play up her story that she kissed Salma Hayek in a scene for "House of Gucci" but has no proof it happened.

Opening Date for Billy Eichner Gay Rom-Com Delayed

Opening Date for Billy Eichner Gay Rom-Com Delayed

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 25, 2022

The premiere date for out actor Billy Eichner's upcoming gay rom-com "Bros" has been pushed back six weeks, from its initially announced Aug. 12 opening to Sept. 30.

Review: Queer Road Trip Movie 'Baja Come Down' Runs Out of Gas

Review: Queer Road Trip Movie 'Baja Come Down' Runs Out of Gas

By Megan Kearns | Jan 25, 2022

Two queer women try to salvage their rocky relationship on a road trip to Mexico. A lilting, poetic rhythm and balmy landscapes evoke a hypnotic, dreamlike ambiance. But the actors lack chemistry.

Review: 'Expresso Bongo' rises Above its Genre

Review: 'Expresso Bongo' rises Above its Genre

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 25, 2022

"Expresso Bongo" is a bizarre, rather intoxicating, stingingly satiric concoction that feels quite ahead of its time and far better than most of the mindless musicals of its kind.

Review: Thomas Vinterberg's 'The Celebration' Arrives on Blu-ray Courtesy of Criterion

Review: Thomas Vinterberg's 'The Celebration' Arrives on Blu-ray Courtesy of Criterion

By Sam Cohen | Jan 24, 2022

The Criterion Collection presents Thomas Vinterberg's 1998 Cannes stunner "The Celebration" on Blu-ray with a features-packed edition that makes this lo-fi work feel more magisterial than ever.

Backlash, Praise for Gay Character in Arabic Netflix Movie

Backlash, Praise for Gay Character in Arabic Netflix Movie

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 24, 2022

With its Arabic remake of "Perfect Strangers," Netflix has sparked furious claims of "promoting homosexuality" and "perversion" from conservatives, while reaping critical plaudits.

Review: 'The Man With The Answers' an Engaging Queer Road-trip

Review: 'The Man With The Answers' an Engaging Queer Road-trip

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 24, 2022

"The Man with the Answers" is one of the best queer-themed films of 2021: An exploration of love between two quite different young men who learn from one another and, in the end, have each other's backs.

Review: Dream Your Troubles Away at 'Rifkin's Festival'

Review: Dream Your Troubles Away at 'Rifkin's Festival'

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 24, 2022

I found the movie to be quite enjoyable, Shawn notwithstanding, and some of the jokes quite funny. And the film lampoons are a delight.

'Spider-Man' Comes Back Swinging, Takes No. 1 from 'Scream'

'Spider-Man' Comes Back Swinging, Takes No. 1 from 'Scream'

By Lindsey Bahr | Jan 23, 2022

After spending one weekend in second place, "Spider-Man: No Way Home" proved it still had some fight left. Sony's superhero juggernaut swung back to first place in its sixth weekend in theaters.

Lady Gaga and Salma Hayek's Sex Scene in 'House Of Gucci' Was Cut

Lady Gaga and Salma Hayek's Sex Scene in 'House Of Gucci' Was Cut

By Emell Adolphus | Jan 23, 2022

The "Monster" singer turned actress reveals yet another story about the story behind her recent film, "House of Gucci."

Look Over Here! Films that Should Receive Oscar Nominations, But Likely Won't

Look Over Here! Films that Should Receive Oscar Nominations, But Likely Won't

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 23, 2022

With the Oscar noms approaching on February 8, here's a look at some films that likely will not receive nominations, in part because the genres they represent are largely ignored by the AMPAS.

Review: Genre-busting 'Journey To Shiloh' Gets the Reevaluation It Deserves

Review: Genre-busting 'Journey To Shiloh' Gets the Reevaluation It Deserves

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 22, 2022

"Journey to Shiloh" boasts an ultimate "war sucks" message, a cast of six hot young dudes on horseback and a campy opening and closing song. Oh, and James Caan. The first three are enough for me to recommend it!

Watch: Insider's Look at Paul Tazewell's 'West Side Story' Costumes

Watch: Insider's Look at Paul Tazewell's 'West Side Story' Costumes

Jan 20, 2022

Award-winning costume designer Paul Tazewell shares how he created the costumes for Steven Spielberg's "West Side Story."

Review: Cold and Moody, 'The Last Thing Mary Saw' Lacks Vision

Review: Cold and Moody, 'The Last Thing Mary Saw' Lacks Vision

By Kevin Taft | Jan 20, 2022

Moody to a fault, this folk horror film doesn't have the insight into its characters it needs to have true vision.

Review: 'Gambit' is Perfect Showcase for Shirley MacLaine's Comic Gifts

Review: 'Gambit' is Perfect Showcase for Shirley MacLaine's Comic Gifts

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 20, 2022

"Gambit" was nominated for three 1966 Oscars (art direction, costumes, sound) and, despite some peculiarities, it holds up nicely all these years later.

Review: Safe, Forgettable 'Laughing Heirs' Gets a Kino Release

Review: Safe, Forgettable 'Laughing Heirs' Gets a Kino Release

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 19, 2022

"Laughing Heirs" is a safe, cozy afternoon comedy. Remove the historical context, and it's quite forgettable. (Alas, it's impossible to do that.)

Review: 'The Toolbox Murders' in 4K Offers Depravity & Horror in Abundance

Review: 'The Toolbox Murders' in 4K Offers Depravity & Horror in Abundance

By Sam Cohen | Jan 19, 2022

"The Toolbox Murders," one of the great underrated American horror films, is now available in stunning 4K Ultra HD from Blue Underground with a stellar release rounded out with terrific special features.

Bradley Cooper Naked for 'Six Hours' to Film Full-Frontal Scene

Bradley Cooper Naked for 'Six Hours' to Film Full-Frontal Scene

By Emell Adolphus | Jan 18, 2022

Bradley Cooper had to be naked for "six hours" to film the full-frontal scene in the Guillermo del Toro-directed psychological thriller, "Nightmare Alley."

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