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Award-Winning Gay Drama 'BPM (Beats Per Minute)' Coming to VOD Next Week

Sarah Paulson's Cinematic Moment (Thanks to Steven Spielberg)

"BPM (Beats Per Minute)," the excellent gay/AIDS drama about ACT UP Paris in the 80s, will be made available for rent and purchase on iTunes next week.

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 Review :: 100 Men

Review :: 100 Men

By Jason Southerland | Jan 17
"100 Men" is a love letter to growing up gay and a celebration of life. The power of this catalogue of men is in the collection of narrators Oremland brings together to share his story.

 Review :: 12 Strong

Review :: 12 Strong

By Louise Adams | Jan 17
Directly following the 9/11 attack, a dozen American special ops soldiers and CIA officers were dispatched on a secret mission to Afghanistan to ally with feuding warlords and cut off terrorist supply lines. This is their story.

 Review :: The Hospital

Review :: The Hospital

By Greg Vellante | Jan 16
Written by acclaimed writer Paddy Chayefsky, "The Hospital" is a biting social commentary and twisted satire from 1971. Now available in a limited-edition Blu-ray release from Twilight Time Movies.

 Review :: Wuthering Heights

Review :: Wuthering Heights

By Greg Vellante | Jan 16
Certainly one of the less-considered "Wuthering Heights" adaptations, the 1970 version of Emily Brontë's famous literary work comes to Twilight Time Movies.

 Review :: Jesus Meets the Gay Man

Review :: Jesus Meets the Gay Man

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 16
It's like watching a rainbow version of "Reefer Madness," if "Reefer Madness" had been put through a variety show blender.

 Review :: Blade Runner 2049

Review :: Blade Runner 2049

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 16
You know this edition belongs in your collection next to the five-Blu-ray Collector's Edition of the first film, but does it really and truly earn its place there? The answer is: Yes -- yes it does. What's more, this film stands on its own.

'Jumanji' Tops 'The Post,' 'The Commuter' at MLK Box Office

'Jumanji' Tops 'The Post,' 'The Commuter' at MLK Box Office

By Jake Coyle | Jan 15
"Jumanji" easily remained the no. 1 film in North America despite an onslaught of new challengers, according to studio estimates Sunday.

Apatow: Hollywood 'Waking Up to How Terrible Things Have Been'

Apatow: Hollywood 'Waking Up to How Terrible Things Have Been'

Jan 15
Judd Apatow discusses allegations against James Franco and the reported pay disparity between Mark Walhberg and Michelle Williams for "All the Money in the World" reshoots.

Filmmaker Revisits David Bowie to Document Final Years

Filmmaker Revisits David Bowie to Document Final Years

Jan 15
After British filmmaker Francis Whately captured David Bowie in his 2013 film, "David Bowie: Five Years," he thought documenting the life of his musical hero was complete. Turns out he was mistaken.

On the Road with Donald and Helen

On the Road with Donald and Helen

Jan 14
Dame Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland hit the American south in new road trip movie, "Leisure Seeker."

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