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Talking 'Pride' with Director Matthew Warchus

By Robert Nesti | Oct 20
"Pride" has the best word-of-mouth of any film released this fall. Quite an achievement for director Matthew Warchus, who talks to EDGE about this uplifting story of striking coal miners and gay activists in Thatcher's England.

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Features

Macho Men :: Inside The Crew of 'Fury'

By Fred Topel | Oct 15
To achieve the realism needed to capture the visceral experience of war, director David Ayer put his cast through boot camp prior to shooting "Fury." EDGE spoke with 3 of the film's actors - Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal & Michael Pena about the shoot.

Ft. Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Film Festival Profiles

By Mike Halterman | Oct 10
The Fort Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Film Festival plays Oct. 10-12 and 16-19. Here are a few standouts you should try not to miss.

This Thriller Has Two Faces

By Sean Au | Oct 4
In the new thriller "January Has Two Faces," a wealthy American couple vacationing in Greece aren't what they initially appear to be. EDGE spoke to the film's director Hossein Amini about his critically acclaimed directorial debut.

Hook-Up Apps Provide Inspiration for Broadway Fueled Musical Short Film

By Brian Scott Lipton | Oct 1
"Grind: The Movie" an award-winning musical short film inspired by gay hook-up app culture featuring "Rent" star Anthony Rapp available for view online October 1.

Running the Maze with Dylan O'Brien

By Fred Topel | Sep 29
At 23, Dylan O'Brien is finding himself at a movie franchise. EDGE spoke to the young actor about starring in "The Maze Runner," the hit adventure film based on another YA franchise.

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Movie Reviews

The Best of Me

By Robert Nesti
"The Best of Me" brings out the worst in me as a movie critic.

Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

By Brian Shaer
A backstage dramedy with a ferocious central performance by Michael Keaton, "Birdman" provides entertainment on an intellectual level.

Last Days in Vietnam

By Monique Rubens Krohn
A revealing look at the chaotic last days of the Vietnam War, when departing Americans had to decide which Vietnamese would be evacuated and who would remain to face death or inevitable violence.

Housebound

By Kevin Taft
This funny and scary New Zealand import proves that horror films outside the U.S. are once again surpassing ours in quality and originality.

The Book of Life

By Brian Shaer
A person's life is his or her own personal journey, filled with stories that are written as each is lived. Executive producer Guillermo del Toro and director Jorge Gutierrez illustrate this conceit in Fox's spectacular "The Book of Life."

Whiplash

By Kilian Melloy
Young talent needs nurturing; it also needs discipline. The recipe for success must include both, but in what proportions?

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