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Leans to the Right: Batman's Full Frontal Debut Gets Censored

Missed 'Brokelahomo!'? Gold Dust Orphans Show Returns to Boston Prior to NYC

By Kilian Melloy |
Interested comic collectors, you'll need to rush out and grab a paper copy of issue #1 of "Damned." DC has scrubbed the glimpse of Batman's junk from the digita...

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'House With a Clock in Its Walls' Ticks to No. 1 in Theaters

'House With a Clock in Its Walls' Ticks to No. 1 in Theaters

By Jake Coyle | Sep 23
The gothic family fantasy "The House With a Clock in Its Walls" exceeded expectations to debut with an estimated $26.9 million in ticket sales at the weekend box office.

 Review :: Analysis Paralysis

Review :: Analysis Paralysis

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 23
This delightful rom-com is the story of a chronic overthinker who may spoil his chances with the man of his dreams if he lets his imagination keep running riot.

 Review :: When The Beat Drops

Review :: When The Beat Drops

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 23
Jamal Sims' wonderful documentary tells the story of a new dance craze that is very popular, particularly with black gay men in the South.

 Review :: Funny Story

Review :: Funny Story

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 23
When a father and his lesbian daughter end up sleeping with the same woman, someone is bound to lose out.

 Review :: Kill The Monsters

Review :: Kill The Monsters

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 22
An ambitious dramedy that links a road trip across the U.S. to an American allegory and makes for fascinating viewing.

 Review :: 1985

Review :: 1985

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 22
Writer-director Yen Tan's surprisingly tender film does new things with a familiar genre. This is a film with no villains except ignorance, and its heroes are doing their best to escape their own limitations.

 Review :: The Rest I Make Up

Review :: The Rest I Make Up

By Kitty Drexel | Sep 21
"The Rest I Make Up," by Michelle Memran, offers insight into the last, precious days of beloved playwright Maria Irene Fornes before her memory is lost to Alzheimer's.

 Review :: The House With a Clock in Its Walls

Review :: The House With a Clock in Its Walls

By Michael Cox | Sep 21
Based on the 1973 juvenile mystery novel of the same name, this first in a series of 12 books leads a property that certainly aspires to be the American "Harry Potter."

 Review :: Fahrenheit 11/9

Review :: Fahrenheit 11/9

By Robert Nesti | Sep 21
One of the last things you may want to go to a movie theater these days is to see a documentary about Donald Trump. Don't we go to the movies to escape the President for a few hours?

 Review :: Tea With the Dames

Review :: Tea With the Dames

By Louise Adams | Sep 21
Especially in this particularly putridly patriarchal period in time, there is nothing like having a cuppa with brilliant, wise, spirited old broads who are the best in the business and at the top of their games.

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