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FilmOut San Diego Announces 21st Annual LGBTQ Film Festival

FilmOut San Diego Announces 21st Annual LGBTQ Film Festival

Jul 15, 2021

FilmOut San Diego's 21st Annual LGBTQ Film Festival will take place from September 9-12, 2021.

Review: 'A Quiet Place, Part II' Succeeds Despite Its Mediocrity

Review: 'A Quiet Place, Part II' Succeeds Despite Its Mediocrity

By Greg Vellante | Jul 14, 2021

"A Quiet Place Part II" is an underwhelming and half-baked sequel, despite sharing many of the first film's strengths and even building on them on multiple occasions.

Review: 'Gunpowder Milkshake' a Slick, Fun Action Film about Women Assassins

Review: 'Gunpowder Milkshake' a Slick, Fun Action Film about Women Assassins

By Megan Kearns | Jul 14, 2021

Starring Karen Gillan, Lena Headey, Angela Bassett, Michelle Yeoh, Carla Gugino, Chloe Coleman, and Paul Giamatti, this slick, fun action film focuses on women assassins.

Jewish Filmfest Includes Compelling LGBTQ Stories

Jewish Filmfest Includes Compelling LGBTQ Stories

By Brian Bromberger | Jul 13, 2021

San Francisco's Jewish Film Festival will present more than 50 films from over 20 countries. Now in its 41st year, 2021's program has "something for everyone," including six films addressing LGBTQ stories.

The Evolution of Hollywood's Sex Scene

The Evolution of Hollywood's Sex Scene

Jul 13, 2021

The author of "Provocauteurs and Provocations: Selling Sex in 21st Century Media" assures the randy and romantic among us that sex onscreen isn't disappearing. Far from it.

Review: Inspiration Porn 'Power Of Moths' Reminds Us That Many Parts Don't Make A Whole

Review: Inspiration Porn 'Power Of Moths' Reminds Us That Many Parts Don't Make A Whole

By Kitty Drexel | Jul 13, 2021

As the late Australian disability activist Stella Young once said, it's inspiration porn...

Review: 'Spiral: From The Book Of Saw' is a Pressure-Cooker Torture Test of Tolerance

Review: 'Spiral: From The Book Of Saw' is a Pressure-Cooker Torture Test of Tolerance

By Greg Vellante | Jul 13, 2021

"Spiral: From the Book of Saw" is a paint-by-numbers plot where the screenwriters are constantly illustrating outside the lines with ambition, but the overall final product is a hot mess of missed targets and sloppy, half-baked construction.

Review: 2005 Shocker 'House of Wax' Gets Terrific New Blu-ray from Shout! Factory

Review: 2005 Shocker 'House of Wax' Gets Terrific New Blu-ray from Shout! Factory

By Sam Cohen | Jul 13, 2021

Jaume Collet-Serra's 2005 remake "House of Wax" looks better than ever with a new Blu-ray from Shout! Factory, complete with new special features in a great new 2K scan from the interpositive.

Wes Anderson's 'The French Dispatch' Rolls into Cannes

Wes Anderson's 'The French Dispatch' Rolls into Cannes

By Jake Coyle | Jul 12, 2021

A year after it was first to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, Wes Anderson's "The French Dispatch" finally rolled into the French Riviera festival on Monday.

Review: 'Almost Famous' Rocks Harder than Ever in 4K

Review: 'Almost Famous' Rocks Harder than Ever in 4K

By Sam Cohen | Jul 12, 2021

Cameron Crowe's "Almost Famous" gets a stellar 4K treatment from Paramount Home Entertainment, complete with a boastful Dolby Vision HDR presentation and some new special features.

Watch the Trailer for Ryan Murphy-Produced Gay Conversion Therapy Doc 'Pray Away'

Watch the Trailer for Ryan Murphy-Produced Gay Conversion Therapy Doc 'Pray Away'

Jul 12, 2021

Co-produced by Ryan Murphy and Jason Blum, the first look at the upcoming gay conversion therapy documentary, "Pray Away," is here.

'Black Widow' Soars to Pandemic Box Office Record

'Black Widow' Soars to Pandemic Box Office Record

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 11, 2021

Even with an option to watch "Black Widow" at home, audiences went to the movie theater in pandemic record numbers this weekend to catch the first Marvel movie released in two years.

At Cannes, Joanna Hogg's 'The Souvenir Part II' Stands out

At Cannes, Joanna Hogg's 'The Souvenir Part II' Stands out

By Jake Coyle | Jul 11, 2021

Joanna Hogg is sitting on a hotel balcony overlooking the Mediterranean, but what she'd really like to be doing is swimming in it.

Greta Gerwig to Follow Up 'Little Women' with 'Barbie' Film Starring Margot Robbie

Greta Gerwig to Follow Up 'Little Women' with 'Barbie' Film Starring Margot Robbie

Jul 10, 2021

Actor and director Greta Gerwig has found the follow up to her Oscar nominated "Little Women" adaptation. Variety reports she will direct a film about the iconic doll Barbie starring "I, Tonya" star Margot Robbie.

Paul Verhoeven Blesses Cannes with Lesbian Nun Drama

Paul Verhoeven Blesses Cannes with Lesbian Nun Drama

By Jake Coyle | Jul 10, 2021

The veteran provocateur Paul Verhoeven premiered his lesbian nun drama "Benedetta" at the Cannes Film Festival with a solemn vow to resurrect sexuality in movies.

Todd Haynes Doc Seeks the Genesis of the Velvet Underground

Todd Haynes Doc Seeks the Genesis of the Velvet Underground

By Jake Coyle | Jul 9, 2021

"The Velvet Underground," which Apple will release in theaters and on its streaming platform Oct. 15, plums little-seen footage and features a host of rare interviews, including founding member John Cale and many more.

Queerily Blonde? Did Original 'Legally Blonde' Have Elle Woods in a Relationship with Rival Vivian?

Queerily Blonde? Did Original 'Legally Blonde' Have Elle Woods in a Relationship with Rival Vivian?

Jul 9, 2021

Though not fully substantiated, a discussion with principals from "Legally Blonde" in honor of its 20th anniversary, suggests there may have been a queer ending to the iconic comedy.

Review: 'Summertime' So Very L.A.

Review: 'Summertime' So Very L.A.

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jul 9, 2021

"Summertime" is the most LA thing you will do this year.

Two of the Most Popular Movies That Were Filmed in Canada

Two of the Most Popular Movies That Were Filmed in Canada

Jul 9, 2021

Over the years, Canada has been a go-to filming destination for many of the globe's most famous movies. Let's delve into two of the most popular Canadian-based movies.

Fred Halsted Art-Porn Classics at Embarcadero, Shattuck Cinemas

Fred Halsted Art-Porn Classics at Embarcadero, Shattuck Cinemas

By Jim Provenzano | Jul 8, 2021

What are the cinematic boundaries between art and pornography? Two gay porn classics by Fred Halsted blend both in a strange mix, and will screen at Embarcadero and Shattuck cinemas July 9-15.

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