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A Monotonous Cat-and-Mouse Game on Netflix's Western 'Godless'
Humanizing a Monster in 'My Friend Dahmer'
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Humanizing a Monster in 'My Friend Dahmer'

A Monotonous Cat-and-Mouse Game on Netflix's Western 'Godless'

By Frank J. Avella |
Adapted from the true-life graphic novel, "My Friend Dahmer" examines the teen life of the infamous serial killer. EDGE spoke to the film's director Marc Meyers & st...

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Seven LGBT Films to Cozy Up to This Fall

Seven LGBT Films to Cozy Up to This Fall

By Mikey Rox | Nov 18
Over network TV? Tired of Hulu? Seen everything on Netflix? Dig a little deeper to find meaningful and surprisingly well-executed LGBT films making the festival rounds this fall.

Ryan Rose Gets Candid About Adult Film Industry

Ryan Rose Gets Candid About Adult Film Industry

By Scott Holland | Nov 18
He is tall, he is handsome, he has the body of a Greek God and he is an adult male superstar. Who else can we be talking about other than Ryan Rose?

'Bad Moms' Stars Mila Kunis & Kristen Bell Talk Gay Bars, 'Frozen' Drag

'Bad Moms' Stars Mila Kunis & Kristen Bell Talk Gay Bars, 'Frozen' Drag

By Chris Azzopardi | Nov 18
The "Bad Moms" cast settle in for some good dish about the movie, motherhood, and their gay fans.

Mulligan 'Very At Home in the Mud'

Mulligan 'Very At Home in the Mud'

Nov 17
The stars of new drama "Mudbound" - including Carey Mulligan and Jason Clarke - reveal whether they prefer the country or city.

 Review :: Whose Streets?

Review :: Whose Streets?

By Roger Walker-Dack | Nov 17
This documentary tells the story of the unconscionable killing of an unarmed African/American named Michael Brown, shot by a white policeman in Ferguson, Missouri, and the unbelieveble events that followed.

 Review :: Wonder

Review :: Wonder

By Padraic Maroney | Nov 17
"Wonder" attempts this to provide catharsis, but the film is too ambitious for its own good.

 Review :: Mudbound

Review :: Mudbound

By Greg Vellante | Nov 17
Both ugly and beautiful in its portrayal of two Mississippi families of different races living on the same patch of land, "Mudbound" operates on a grounded and methodical level akin to the scale and structure of a great American novel.

 Review :: The Divine Order

Review :: The Divine Order

By Roger Walker-Dack | Nov 17
A delightful feel-good award-winning drama about how one Swiss village affected the election in 1971 that finally gave women the right to vote.

Nicole Conn Announces All-Star Cast for Film 'Nesting Doll'

Nicole Conn Announces All-Star Cast for Film 'Nesting Doll'

Nov 15
Veteran filmmaker Nicole Conn of "Claire of the Moon" fame is working on a new film, "Nesting Doll."

 Review :: Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait

Review :: Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 15
It's a fascinating film about someone you might not have realized there was too much to be curious about.

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