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MTV's 'Teen Wolf' is Coming Back with a Sequel Movie, Series

MTV's 'Teen Wolf' is Coming Back with a Sequel Movie, Series

Sep 25, 2021

It must be a full moon because MTV's "Teen Wolf" is returning with a movie sequel and a new series.

Filmmaker Revisits Case that Challenged Her and Her 2 Moms

Filmmaker Revisits Case that Challenged Her and Her 2 Moms

By Lynn Elber | Sep 25, 2021

Ry Russo-Young knew she had a story worth hearing, but it was one she was struggling to tell.

Review: Musical 'Dear Evan Hansen' Treacly, Flawed, and Manipulative

Review: Musical 'Dear Evan Hansen' Treacly, Flawed, and Manipulative

By Megan Kearns | Sep 24, 2021

The treacly film adaptation of the Broadway musical features a good cast and some good songs, but it's plagued by a problematic premise, manipulative writing, queerphobia, and ableism.

Casting Coups — Actors Who Successfully Transferred Iconic Roles from Stage to Screen

Casting Coups — Actors Who Successfully Transferred Iconic Roles from Stage to Screen

By Christopher Ehlers | Sep 24, 2021

Ben Platt is getting considerable grief for taking the lead in "Dear Evan Hansen" where he plays the high school student he played on stage while in his late 20s. But other actors went from stage to screen with success.

Sarah Jessica Parker Addresses Death of Beloved Co-Star, Friend Willie Garson

Sarah Jessica Parker Addresses Death of Beloved Co-Star, Friend Willie Garson

By Emell Adolphus | Sep 24, 2021

Before Garson played Parker's best friend in Sex and the City," the two had a real-life friendship for more than 30 years.

Billy Eichner's 'Bros' Has All-LGBTQ Principal Cast

Billy Eichner's 'Bros' Has All-LGBTQ Principal Cast

By Emell Adolphus | Sep 24, 2021

Billy Eichner's upcoming film "Bros" is set to make history, as it features an all-LGBTQ principal cast and will give LGBTQ representation a giant leap forward.

BENT LGBTQ Film Festival Announces 30th Anniversary

BENT LGBTQ Film Festival Announces 30th Anniversary

Sep 24, 2021

We are proud to announce the 30th anniversary of the BENT LGBTQ Film Festival.

Review: Ennio Morricone's Score a Highlight of 'The French Conspiracy'

Review: Ennio Morricone's Score a Highlight of 'The French Conspiracy'

By Frank J. Avella | Sep 24, 2021

The suspense ratchets up just as Ennio Morricone's score kicks into high gear.

Review: Ben Whishaw Gives a Tour de Force Performance in Director Aneil Karia's Stylish Thriller 'Surge'

Review: Ben Whishaw Gives a Tour de Force Performance in Director Aneil Karia's Stylish Thriller 'Surge'

By Lewis Whittington | Sep 24, 2021

Aneil Karia uses cinema verite elements to make this debut feature a sweaty, claustrophobic character study. Ben Whishaw's intense performance, is simultaneously revealing and enigmatic.

Review: Though An Intriguing Idea, 'The Guilty' is Bogged Down With Subplots

Review: Though An Intriguing Idea, 'The Guilty' is Bogged Down With Subplots

By Padraic Maroney | Sep 24, 2021

Based on a Danish thriller, "The Guilty" is an interesting idea, but gets too caught up in subplots to be truly effective.

A Blurred Movie Year Comes into Focus at New York Film Fest

A Blurred Movie Year Comes into Focus at New York Film Fest

By Jake Coyle | Sep 24, 2021

A movie year of fits-and-starts, delays and reversals has sometimes been difficult to track. Knowing just where and how a new movie premieres has become a sport of its own.

Kevin Bacon Signs on to Out Screenwriter John Logan's 'LGBTQ+ Empowerment' Horror Project

Kevin Bacon Signs on to Out Screenwriter John Logan's 'LGBTQ+ Empowerment' Horror Project

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 23, 2021

Kevin Bacon has signed on to star in out screenwriter John Logan's new horror movie — an "LGBTQ+ empowerment" yarn set, with blood-curdling aptness, at a gay conversion camp.

Review: Off-The-Rails 'Skullduggery' Such Fun To Watch

Review: Off-The-Rails 'Skullduggery' Such Fun To Watch

By Frank J. Avella | Sep 23, 2021

A truly bizarre attempt to capitalize on the "Planet of the Apes" phenomenon, "Skullduggery" begins as a typical expedition film but then morphs into one of the strangest motion pictures of its time.

@ The 2021 New York Film Festival — Part One

@ The 2021 New York Film Festival — Part One

By Frank J. Avella | Sep 22, 2021

One of the joys of the fall season is the Film Society of Lincoln Center's annual celebration of cinema, The New York Film Festival.

Watch: New Netflix Film Explores how Polish Authorities Tracked Gay Men in 80s

Watch: New Netflix Film Explores how Polish Authorities Tracked Gay Men in 80s

Sep 22, 2021

In the 1980s there was Polish serial killer targeting gay men and the anti-gay government saw an opportunity. Not so much to track down the killer, but to track down the LGBTQ population.

With 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye' in Theaters, Tammy Sue Bakker Opens Up About Her Mom

With 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye' in Theaters, Tammy Sue Bakker Opens Up About Her Mom

Sep 22, 2021

Tammy Sue Bakker was wary of a fictionalized film being made of her mom's controversial life. Then, Jessica Chastain reached out to her.

Review: Re-visit Madly Stylish 'Cruella' on 4K Ultra

Review: Re-visit Madly Stylish 'Cruella' on 4K Ultra

By JC Alvarez | Sep 22, 2021

Disney's most harrowing fashionista is coming home, and now everybody can get in on the story from the beginning in Disney's "Cruella," starring Emma Stone.

Review: 'Rififi In Paris' a Misbegotten Snore

Review: 'Rififi In Paris' a Misbegotten Snore

By Frank J. Avella | Sep 22, 2021

Jean Gabin does his best, but even he can't salvage this mess.

Review: 'Invisible: Gay Women In Southern Music' Uncovers a Culture of Homophobia

Review: 'Invisible: Gay Women In Southern Music' Uncovers a Culture of Homophobia

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 22, 2021

Qill country music ever come out of the closet ?

Review: 'Sweetheart' is Sweet, Funny, and Familiar in All the Right Ways

Review: 'Sweetheart' is Sweet, Funny, and Familiar in All the Right Ways

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 22, 2021

A British queer film full of teen angst.

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