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Review: 'Marcel The Shell With Shoes On' a Delight

Review: 'Marcel The Shell With Shoes On' a Delight

By Kevin Taft | Jun 24, 2022

Marcel is a marvel, and someone I wouldn't mind visiting again and again.

Review: Thriller 'The Black Phone' is Captivating, Really

Review: Thriller 'The Black Phone' is Captivating, Really

By Mark Kennedy | Jun 24, 2022

This kid-centric thriller is a very satisfying balancing act of a movie that has elements of supernatural, psychological suspense and horror but never falls heavily into a single camp.

Review: Austin Butler, Baz Luhrmann Deliver a Grand 'Elvis'

Review: Austin Butler, Baz Luhrmann Deliver a Grand 'Elvis'

By Lindsey Bahr | Jun 24, 2022

With this biopic of Elvis Presley, director Baz Luhrmann and star Austin Butler create something gloriously messy — a maximalist opera of contradictions, styles, myths, memories, and headlines.

'Euphoria' Star Hunter Schafer Joins 'Hunger Games' Prequel

'Euphoria' Star Hunter Schafer Joins 'Hunger Games' Prequel

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 23, 2022

Hunter Schafer of "Euphoria" fame has signed on to star in the upcoming "Hunger Games" prequel "The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes."

Watch: 'Lightyear' Lesbian Kiss Almost Didn't Fly for this Oklahoma Theater

Watch: 'Lightyear' Lesbian Kiss Almost Didn't Fly for this Oklahoma Theater

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 23, 2022

It's 2022, but even now there are spots where LGBTQ+ representation doesn't fly. A kiss between two married women in Disney's "Lightyear" was not OK with one small-town Oklahoma theater.

'Elvis' and Austin Butler Feel the Temperature Rising

'Elvis' and Austin Butler Feel the Temperature Rising

By Jake Coyle | Jun 22, 2022

When "Elvis" opens in theaters Friday, it will resurrect one of the most iconic figures in American music in the biggest, most bedazzled film to ever try to capture the King of Rock 'n' Roll.

Review: William Lustig's 'Uncle Sam' a Resourceful Horror Satire in Stunning 4K

Review: William Lustig's 'Uncle Sam' a Resourceful Horror Satire in Stunning 4K

By Sam Cohen | Jun 21, 2022

William Lustig's 1996 horror comedy is now available on 4K Blu-ray from Blue Underground, with a stunning new 4K presentation and all the old special features from the previous Blu-ray.

Frameline's Finest Films, and a Few Flubs

Frameline's Finest Films, and a Few Flubs

By Brian Bromberger | Jun 21, 2022

When asked what themes she saw emerging from the vast number of films being shown at Frameline46, Director of Programming Allegra Madsen replied, "An exploration of our queer lineage through time."

Watch: 5 Underrated Queer Filmmakers We're Watching this Pride Month

Watch: 5 Underrated Queer Filmmakers We're Watching this Pride Month

By Joshua Encinias | Jun 21, 2022

If you're looking for complex queer movies this Pride Month then look no further: we have the filmmakers for you.

Review: 'After Yang' Programs Tenderness, Beauty

Review: 'After Yang' Programs Tenderness, Beauty

By Kevin Taft | Jun 21, 2022

The beautiful and thought-provoking "After Yang" is one of the best films of the year.

What to Watch at San Francisco's Frameline46

What to Watch at San Francisco's Frameline46

By Frank J. Avella | Jun 20, 2022

Frameline46, the San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival, runs June 16-26. It's showcasing some of the best, most diverse and original storytelling from around the world. Here are some selections worth watching.

Malaysia: Disney Refused to Cut Gay Scenes in 'Lightyear'

Malaysia: Disney Refused to Cut Gay Scenes in 'Lightyear'

Jun 20, 2022

Malaysia's film censors said Friday that it was Disney's decision to ax the animated film "Lightyear" from the country's cinemas after refusing to cut scenes promoting homosexuality.

Watch: New Romance? Lena Waithe, Cynthia Erivo Spotted Holding Hands

Watch: New Romance? Lena Waithe, Cynthia Erivo Spotted Holding Hands

By Emell Adolphus | Jun 17, 2022

Is love in the air for Lena Waithe and Cynthia Enrivo? The pair were reportedly spotted holding hands at a gala in New York. Page Six caught the pair holding hands as they entered an auditorium for an event.

Review: Perceptive and Empathic 'Cha Cha Real Smooth' About Real People and the Roadblocks They Navigate

Review: Perceptive and Empathic 'Cha Cha Real Smooth' About Real People and the Roadblocks They Navigate

By Kevin Taft | Jun 17, 2022

My favorite movie of the year, "Cha Cha Real Smooth" is a simple film full of beautiful moments.

Review: Riotously Funny 'Good Luck To You, Leo Grande'  Salacious, but Not Gratuitous

Review: Riotously Funny 'Good Luck To You, Leo Grande' Salacious, but Not Gratuitous

By Noe Kamelamela | Jun 17, 2022

After her husband passes and she retires, Nancy Stokes contracts the young and attractive Leo Grande for one night of passion.

Player Who Helped Inspire 'A League of Their Own' Comes Out — at Age 95

Player Who Helped Inspire 'A League of Their Own' Comes Out — at Age 95

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 17, 2022

Maybelle Blair played on the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL), which inspired the film (and new TV series) "A League of Their Own." Blair has just come out... at the age of 95.

Review: 'Spiderhead' Proves That a Good Concept Doesn't Make a Great Film

Review: 'Spiderhead' Proves That a Good Concept Doesn't Make a Great Film

By Derek Deskins | Jun 17, 2022

In the near future, there exists an alternative to traditional jail: A select few get the opportunity at detainment with luxuries. The cost? They must participate in a series of drug trials.

Review: 'Official Competition' a Funny, Shrewd Satire of Filmmaking

Review: 'Official Competition' a Funny, Shrewd Satire of Filmmaking

By Megan Kearns | Jun 17, 2022

Penélope Cruz, Antonio Banderas, and Oscar Martínez star in the sharply-written, excellently-acted film about the brewing tensions between a critically-acclaimed lesbian director, a prestigious actor, and a global superstar as they make a film.

Review: 'Wildhood' a Courageous Journey of Self-Discovery

Review: 'Wildhood' a Courageous Journey of Self-Discovery

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 17, 2022

The film abounds with strange moments, left turns, desperate chances, and coincidences. Somehow, they find their way, and a story about looking for one's roots becomes a voyage a self-discovery.

Review: 'Brian And Charles' the Most Delightful Film of 2022

Review: 'Brian And Charles' the Most Delightful Film of 2022

By Kevin Taft | Jun 17, 2022

The story of a man and his robot, "Brian and Charles" is the most delightful film of 2022.

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