Three gay Seventh-Day Adventists and their families face the world, and their faith, with courage and grace in this inspirational documentary.
The entire cast creates sparks while Guinevere Turner ["The L Word"], as "Martha," turns heads and spins them in fear and barbed humor.
Despite this intriguing construct, the film doesn’t entirely succeed.
Travis Matthews continues his on-going short film series "In Their Room" with "In Their Room: London."
A fascinating, expertly directed, wonderfully paced, lovingly produced tribute documentary.
This werewolf horror-fest is yet another great addition out of the cult classic vault from Shout Factory.
If you were to look up a list of schlocky B-movies in a movie compilation book, this sci-fi/vampire horror flick would surely be included.
One of David Sedaris’s short stories is made into a film with a great cast including Jonathan Groff, Denis O’Hare and Casey Wilson. But can it live up to its reputation?
Rebels in retrograde or visions of the voraciousness of current society, Cybersissy and BayBjane are the equivalent of human art in motion that is swirled, rouged, and designed to stun, create smiles, and create perceptive thinking.
Director Jamie Babbit and screenwriters Mark Distefano and Guinevere Turner attempt to revamp the Hitchcock classic "Strangers on a Train" for the teenage lesbian set.
Tom Bianchi’s candid photographs, along with an equally beautifully worded essay, is a perfectly captured panegyric to a time and place that was the gay man’s Eden. Like Eden, it, too is paradise lost, swept away by AIDS.
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