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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.

Humanizing a Monster in 'My Friend Dahmer'

Humanizing a Monster in 'My Friend Dahmer'

By Frank J. Avella | Nov 18
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 & star Ross Lynch (in a break-out performance) about the film.

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.

Talking 'Thelma' with Joachim Trier - Supernatural Lesbian Love in Norway

Talking 'Thelma' with Joachim Trier - Supernatural Lesbian Love in Norway

By Frank J. Avella | Nov 17
The supernatural powers of a Norwegian girl manifest with a vengeance in Joachim Trier's riveting thriller/love story "Thelma." EDGE spoke to Trier about his film.

 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.

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