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Streaming Queer: December 2022

Streaming Queer: December 2022

By Andrea Marks Joseph | Dec 1, 2022

The end of the year brings the return of some of the most amusing and chaotic shows of our time. What are the holidays for if not escaping obligatory parties and diving into the most binge-able content streaming networks have to offer?

Review: Back to DeLillo's Doomed Future in 'White Noise'

Review: Back to DeLillo's Doomed Future in 'White Noise'

By Jake Coyle | Nov 30, 2022

Baumbach's film is faithfully tuned to the buzzing dread and strange surrealism of DeLillo's postmodern masterwork.

Review: A Portrait of an Artist in Venice-winning Doc

Review: A Portrait of an Artist in Venice-winning Doc

By Lindsey Bahr | Nov 30, 2022

Nan Goldin, the subject of Laura Poitras' Venice Film Festival-winning documentary "All the Beauty and the Bloodshed," is a name you probably either know well or not at all.

Review: Slice into the Holiday Spirit with 'Violent Night'

Review: Slice into the Holiday Spirit with 'Violent Night'

By Mark Kennedy | Nov 30, 2022

The holiday season is upon us and how better to celebrate than watching Santa slip several pool balls into a Christmas stocking, swing them in the air menacingly and see him cave in someone's face?

Review: 'The Inspection' - Elegance Bratton's Gay Military Drama

Review: 'The Inspection' - Elegance Bratton's Gay Military Drama

By Brian Bromberger | Nov 29, 2022

In "The Inspection," gay writer and director Elegance Bratton's fictionalized reminiscence of his entry into the Marines, tells of his surviving the near-death trauma known as Boot Camp.

Look Out for These 10 Outstanding Queer Newcomers in Film/TV

Look Out for These 10 Outstanding Queer Newcomers in Film/TV

By Frank J. Avella | Nov 29, 2022

LGBTQ+ actors continue to break ground in all mediums as more queer roles are played by Out actors. At EDGE, we've put together a list of some of the most exciting newcomers of 2022. All identify as LGBTQ+.

Review: 'Flaming Ears'  is a Dystopian Pop Sci-fi Lesbian Extravaganza

Review: 'Flaming Ears' is a Dystopian Pop Sci-fi Lesbian Extravaganza

By Laura Moreno | Nov 27, 2022

Filmed in Austria in 1991, "Flaming Ears" is truly an underground film. Highly acclaimed for its endlessly disruptive narrative — almost to the point of rendering it incomprehensible.

Feast and Famine for Disney at Thanksgiving Box Office

Feast and Famine for Disney at Thanksgiving Box Office

By Lindsey Bahr | Nov 27, 2022

Thanksgiving often serves up a feast of new family movies at the box office, but the Walt Disney Co.'s animated offering " Strange World " fizzled with audiences out of the gates.

Review: 'Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery' a Must-See

Review: 'Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery' a Must-See

By Derek Deskins | Nov 23, 2022

More than just a sequel to "Knives Out," this followup shows us a director confidently making the movies that he wants to in a manner that only he can. See it for sure.

Review: 'Bones and All' Offers Much to Chew On

Review: 'Bones and All' Offers Much to Chew On

By Megan Kearns | Nov 23, 2022

"Bones and All" uses cannibalism in a riveting, poignant road-trip coming-of-age romance horror film to explore desire, ostracism, and self-acceptance.

Review: 'Devotion' Tells an Important Historical Story but Doesn't Soar

Review: 'Devotion' Tells an Important Historical Story but Doesn't Soar

By Megan Kearns | Nov 23, 2022

Jonathan Majors and Glenn Powell star in J.D. Dillard's biographical war film about two naval pilots' friendship during the Korean War.

Review: Spielberg Bares his Life in Touching 'The Fabelmans'

Review: Spielberg Bares his Life in Touching 'The Fabelmans'

By Derek Deskins | Nov 23, 2022

With "The Fabelmans," Spielberg makes his coming-of-age picture, an achingly personal trip through his life that proves the man hasn't lost a beat.

'Top Gun: Maverick' to Land on Paramount+ in December

'Top Gun: Maverick' to Land on Paramount+ in December

Nov 22, 2022

Seven months after first arriving in theaters, "Top Gun: Maverick," the year's top film, will finally land on a streaming service.

8 LGBTQ+ Films You May Have Missed in 2022

8 LGBTQ+ Films You May Have Missed in 2022

By Matthew Creith | Nov 22, 2022

As we get close to finishing out the year leading up to awards season and holiday flair, it is time to reflect on some of the LGBTQ+ movies that might have gone unnoticed along the way.

Queer Films and Shows to Watch on Hulu Right Now

Queer Films and Shows to Watch on Hulu Right Now

By Timothy Rawles | Nov 21, 2022

Now that the holiday season is getting underway and some people are ready to nest on their couches until the weather heats up, it might be a good time to catch up on Hulu's great list of LGBTQ+ offerings.

Watch: Gerwig Promises 'A Lot' of Looks for Gosling in 'Barbie' Movie

Watch: Gerwig Promises 'A Lot' of Looks for Gosling in 'Barbie' Movie

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 21, 2022

Director Greta Gerwig gave her assurances that Ryan Gosling will have as many looks as Ken should have when he portrays the burning hunk of plastic love in next summer's "Barbie" movie.

Disney Announces Ex-CEO Bob Iger to Return for 2 Years

Disney Announces Ex-CEO Bob Iger to Return for 2 Years

Nov 21, 2022

The Walt Disney Company announced late Sunday that former CEO Bob Iger will return to head the company for two years in a move that stunned the entertainment industry.

'Wakanda Forever' Extends Reign, 'She Said' Struggles

'Wakanda Forever' Extends Reign, 'She Said' Struggles

By Jake Coyle | Nov 20, 2022

"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" extended its box-office reign in its second week of release with $67 million in ticket sales over the weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday.

Watch: 'Strange World' to Feature First Out Gay Teen Character in Disney Film

Watch: 'Strange World' to Feature First Out Gay Teen Character in Disney Film

Nov 19, 2022

The upcoming animated Disney film "Strange World," which explores "a fantastical environment full of mysterious creatures and flora" as it follows the Clades family, will also be the first to include a gay teen romance.

Review: 'The Menu' All Sizzle, no Follow-through

Review: 'The Menu' All Sizzle, no Follow-through

By Derek Deskins | Nov 19, 2022

For much of its runtime, this film is immensely enjoyable. But when it sets out to give itself meaning, it struggles to find its footing.

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