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Sweepstakes Alert: Enter for a Chance to Win “The Greatest Showman – Reimagined” Now!

“The noblest art is that of making others happy.” -P.T. Barnum. Last year’s holiday blockbuster soundtrack from “The Greatest Showman” is back just in time...

“Bohemian Rhapsody”: Did it Neuter the Gay out of Freddy Mercury?

The LGBTQ community is none too happy with Bohemian Rhapsody, and the way it distorted and downplayed the sexuality of Queen frontman Freddy Mercury. But the film was helmed by...

“Assassination Nation” is a Hipster’s Cinematic Witch Hunt

Set in Salem, Massachusetts this film chronicles a fun but bloody witch hunt fit for our social-media obsessed culture. The would-be witches are four teenage girls — Lily, Bex,...

Oscar Buzz Surrounds This Film Grappling with Conversion Therapy: “Boy Erased”

After decades of having the LGBTQ experience all-too-often relegated to the sidelines, recent years have seen more and more mainstream films telling our stories — and bringing...

Film: Little Cinema Presents Wes Craven’s “Scream”

Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium, 3rd Floor Little Cinema invites you to an immersive night of horror with a screening that reimagines the cult classic black comedy Scream...

Cary Mulligan and Jake Gyllenhaal Set the Screen Ablaze in “Wildlife”

Carey Mulligan and Jake Gyllenhaal star in this meditative tale of a teenage boy witnessing his parents’ turbulent struggles with each other and themselves in 1960s small-town...

Once a “Boy Erased”, Author Garrard Conley Sees His Life — and His Conversion Therapy — Come to the Big Screen

Author Garrard Conley, who once considered himself a “boy erased,” is now reaping the benefits life out loud as a gay man, and promoting the movie adaptation of his...

Top 10 Guys Whose Sense of Style You Can (and Should) Follow

Guys with style always catch the limelight. But how do you push the envelope without feeling like you stick out? Fashion heroes always find a way. Let’s face it: the best...

“Colette:” Keira Knightly On Film As You’ve Never Seen Her Before

Colette (Keira Knightley, in what may be one of her greatest roles yet) is a clever country girl in France at the end of the 19th century. She’s marries a charming older man...

Eye for the Ladies: Director Paul Feig Sharpens His Female Focus with “A Simple Favor”

Paul Feig, the man who gave us Bridesmaids and the galpal remake of Ghostbusters dives into a new film called A Simple Favor. Thrilling, sexy and stylish, it’s driven by and...

“Madeline’s Madeline” Is a Trip down the Movie Magic Rabbit Hole

Teenage Madeline has been practicing with a theater troupe: mimicking, acting, reacting, moving and feeling as a group. At times it’s playful and joyful; at times it’s weird....

“Sorry to Bother You:” A Cinematic Farce That Will Leave You . . . Thinking

Its title echoes the eye-roll-inducing greeting of the dreaded telemarketer, which is exactly what Cassius Green (Lakeith Stanfield – Atlanta), who lives in his Uncle’s...