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'Those People' :: An East Side (Gay) Story

By Frank J. Avella | May 31
In Joey Kuhn's debut film as writer/director, a grad student becomes infatuated with the wealthy scion of a Wall Street mogul. EDGE spoke to Kuhn & stars Jason Ralph & Jonathan Gordon about the film that is getting raves.

Tab Hunter Looks Back (and Forward to Ptown)

By Robert Nesti | May 31
Tab Hunter was a Hollywood heartthrob with a secret: He was gay in a homophobic industry. This coming weekend he celebrates his career with an appearance in P-Town to kick off that town's annual film fest. EDGE spoke to Hunter about his career.

Review :: Janis: Little Girl Blue

By Louise Adams | May 31
Amy J. Berg's fierce and intense documentary tells the tragic tale of the passionate rock icon who died in 1970 at age 27.

Review :: How To Be Single

By Michael Cox | May 31
A group of unmarried professionals in New York suffer from the woe of having too many options to choose from and none of them being quite right in "How to be Single," the long-awaited film adaptation of Liz Tuccillo's novel.

Review :: Dirty Grandpa

By JC Alvarez | May 31
You ain't ever seen Robert De Niro like this, or this much of Zak Efron! In "Dirty Grandpa" Unrated the unlikely duo team-up and find themselves in Daytona Beach in bikinis, brawls and bras! Dangerously crass! Leave your good taste at home!

Review :: Blood Bath

By Ken Tasho | May 31
There are many versions of Roger Corman's low-budget vampire flick, and Arrow Video presents all of them in a limited edition release.

'Finding Dory' May Feature Pixar's First Lesbian Couple

May 31
The new trailer for Disney-Pixar's "Finding Dory" is causing a big stir online.

Review :: City Of Women

May 31
In this Freudian trawl through lust, desire, and self-mockery, women are the focus of male need and puerile misconduct, but also the origin of those things -- devils and bedevilment all in one.

Sam Mendes: It's Time for A New James Bond Director

By Jill Lawless | May 30
The acclaimed British director of "Skyfall" and "Spectre" said Saturday he will not direct the next installment in the popular spy series that started with Sean Connery's startling 1962 performance in "Dr. No."

Review :: The Player

By Jake Mulligan | May 30
Altman was an outsider artist, but this is an insider's parody.

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