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Don’t trust the neighbors in the Shudder Original SPIRAL, starring Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman

A same-sex couple move to a small town to enjoy a better quality of life, but nothing is as it seems in their new neighborhood. Malik (Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, American Horror...

“All About Eve”: This Gay Camp Classic Just Got Better

“I’m so happy you’re happy.” It’s one of Bette Davis’ most famous acerbic responses from the 1950 classic All About Eve. Ever quoted this — or one of...

These Are the 5 Movie Music Moments of 2019 You Need to See

What are the 5 movie music moments of 2019 you need to see? It was a banner year for standout song performances in award-worthy feature films. These often arose from the most...

Everything You Need to Know about “The Devil Wears Prada” Musical

What do you need to know about “The Devil Wear Prada” musical adaptation? Fabulous couture will meet fierce cattiness in 2021. That’s when Elton John’s...

These Are the Best LGBTQ Films and Series of 2019

As the year winds down, we’re taking a look back at queer stories on the big and small screen in 2019. The abundance of new filmmakers, screenwriters and performers promises...

“Last Christmas:” This Is George Michael’s Wish Come True

Director extraordinaire and Metrosource mainstay Paul Feig shares the ups and downs of building a film around the music of a lost legend. Paul Feig keeps making movies we can’t...

This Is What’s Coming to a Theater Near You

Fall movie season is upon us, so that means fewer blockbuster comic book, sci-fi and horror movies, and more attention to the avant-garde and Oscar hopefuls. Here’s...

This Is What Almodovar and Banderas Think of Each Other

Every great filmmaker has his muse. For Hitchcock, it was Grace Kelly. For Scorsese, it’s DeNiro. For Woody Allen, it was first Diane Keaton, then Mia Farrow. And for...

“Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street”: This Doc Will Rock Your World

Mark Patton certainly never aspired to be a cult film star. He began his career on Broadway among the likes of Cher, Karen Black and Sandy Dennis. Soon he was turning heads and...

“Last Ferry”: This Fire Island Getaway Never Really Goes Anywhere

Spending 86 minutes watching Last Ferry, which just made its New York premiere at this year’s NewFest, is a noble exercise in multicultural casting that somehow derails itself...

Newfest Enters a Third Decade: This is What You Can Expect from LGBTQ Filmmakers

For 30 years, the NYC festival of films known as NewFest has acted as a barometer of LGBTQ culture. That era saw queer filmmakers grappling with the defining issues of HIV/AIDS,...

Take a Look at the First Fascinating Films for Fall 2019

The curtain has come down on the summer blockbusters, and now Hollywood is getting serious — serious about awards season. The campaigns are already warming up. The plots are...