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 Review :: The Man In The Iron Mask

Review :: The Man In The Iron Mask

By Michael Cox | Oct 19
This deliciously over the top period drama, based on Alexandre Dumas' musketeer romances, resembles some of the great mid-20th Century cinemascope epics — both the box office successes, like "Ben-Hur" and the disasters, like "Cleopatra."

 Review :: The Lost Village

Review :: The Lost Village

By Louise Adams | Oct 19
Roger Paradiso's documentary focuses on the grotesque gentrification perpetrated by New York University, and the hyperinflation of college educations as a whole.

 Review :: On Her Shoulders

Review :: On Her Shoulders

By Louise Adams | Oct 19
When fleeing genocide, the only guaranteed item you can bring with you is your story. Nadia, a survivor of ISIS atrocities, tells her story and that of millions who, like her, have been brutalized and displaced.

 Review :: The Price of Everything

Review :: The Price of Everything

By Louise Adams | Oct 19
Nathaniel Kahn provides a stark take on how consumerism has skewed the fine art market in his sobering documentary.

MoviePass Operations Under Investigation by New York AG

MoviePass Operations Under Investigation by New York AG

Oct 19
The company that runs the beleaguered MoviePass discount service for movie tickets is being investigated by the New York Attorney General on allegations that it misled investors.

 Review :: Halloween

Review :: Halloween

By Kevin Taft | Oct 18
Laurie Strode is back and ready to kick Michael Myers' newly escaped ass in the familiar, yet fun, reboot/sequel to the original slasher flick.

Channeling Oscar Wilde: Rupert Everett on 'The Happy Prince'

Channeling Oscar Wilde: Rupert Everett on 'The Happy Prince'

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 18
Rupert Everett has played Oscar Wilde on stage numerous times over the past few years, with "The Happy Prince," he takes his portrayal to the screen with a film he stars in, wrote and directed. EDGE spoke to Everett about the film and his career.

Catch New LGBTQ Romantic Comedy & Dine Out in Miami This Week
Miami, FL

Catch New LGBTQ Romantic Comedy & Dine Out in Miami This Week

Oct 18
Miami's O Cinema Wynwood has partnered with R House Restaurant to create a fun "Dinner & A Movie" experience for everyone this week.

Q&A: McCarthy and Grant on New York, Forgery and Friendship

Q&A: McCarthy and Grant on New York, Forgery and Friendship

By Lindsey Bahr | Oct 18
Melissa McCarthy plays author Lee Israel and Richard E. Grant co-stars as Jack Hock, a charismatic grifter who ends up helping Lee.

'First Reformed' Leads Gotham Awards Nominees

'First Reformed' Leads Gotham Awards Nominees

Oct 18
Paul Schrader's religious thriller "First Reformed" is the leading nominee for the 28th annual Gotham Awards, including nods for best feature and best actor for star Ethan Hawke.

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