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Chasten Buttigieg Explains It All To You in New Memoir

Anderson Cooper Gushes Over Son in New Instagram Post

By Steve Duffy |
Chasten Buttigieg may at some future date be our nation's "First Husband" if his husband is elected President. In his new memoir, he writes how things haven't b...

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Review: 'Christ Stopped At Eboli' a Sprawling Adaptation

Review: 'Christ Stopped At Eboli' a Sprawling Adaptation

By Sam Cohen | Sep 22
Francesco Rosi's exhaustive adaptation of "Christ Stopped at Eboli" gets an equally exhaustive Blu-ray release from the Criterion Collection. If you're interested in Italian history, consider this a must-buy.

Review: Cronenberg's 1975 'Shivers' a Horror Movie Ahead of Its Time

Review: Cronenberg's 1975 'Shivers' a Horror Movie Ahead of Its Time

By Ken Tasho | Sep 22
With his first feature film, Canadian horror director David Cronenberg perpetuates sexual horror into a somewhat warning on sexually transmitted diseases.

Review: Struggle, Acceptance, and Triumph in 'Steelers - The World's First Gay Rugby Team'

Review: Struggle, Acceptance, and Triumph in 'Steelers - The World's First Gay Rugby Team'

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 22
A truly heart-warming documentary about the UK's first gay rugby club.

Review: 'The Secret Garden' Will Flourish for Some, but Wilt for Others

Review: 'The Secret Garden' Will Flourish for Some, but Wilt for Others

By Kevin Taft | Sep 22
"The Secret Garden" has magic, but it's not enough to cast a spell.

Review: 'The Wind Rises' Meditates on Beauty, Transience

Review: 'The Wind Rises' Meditates on Beauty, Transience

By Michael Cox | Sep 22
Moving in and out of dreams and reality with no sense of where either begins or ends, director Hayao Miyazaki equates the experience of being an engineer to that of being an artist.

Watch: 'Stalls' Filmmaker João Dall'Stella Discusses His Cheeky Homage to Glory Holes

Watch: 'Stalls' Filmmaker João Dall'Stella Discusses His Cheeky Homage to Glory Holes

By Steve Duffy | Sep 22
Glory holes are celebrated in João Dall'Stella's cheeky 3-minute video "Stalls." EDGE spoke to the filmmaker about the short.

Alice Junior

Alice Junior

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 22
The tale of how a vibrant trans teenager finds acceptance and love.

Review: 'The Swerve' is a Riveting Cinematic Experience

Review: 'The Swerve' is a Riveting Cinematic Experience

By Kevin Taft | Sep 22
Azura Skye gives an Oscar-worthy performance as a downtrodden woman who seeks to find the peace that no one around her will allow her to have.

Review: 'Jay Sebring... Cutting To The Truth' Offers a Truer Slice of a Tragic History

Review: 'Jay Sebring... Cutting To The Truth' Offers a Truer Slice of a Tragic History

By Tony Pinizzotto | Sep 22
50 years after the brutal murder of Hollywood's leading hairstylist, Anthony DiMaria's new film documentary attempts to sort out the facts hidden in the fiction.

When Is a Kiss Just a Kiss? Out Filmmaker Xavier Dolan on his New Film, 'Matthias & Maxime'

When Is a Kiss Just a Kiss? Out Filmmaker Xavier Dolan on his New Film, 'Matthias & Maxime'

By Kevin Taft | Sep 21
Xavier Dolan is one of the best filmmakers of his generation, but many in the US don't know his work. Hopefully that will change wiht "Matthias & Maxime," his latest film streaming on MUBI. EDGE spoke to Dolan about the film.

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