Film / TV

You Racist, Sexist Bigot

April 20, 2018 // 0 Comments

By Hans Pedersen, May 2018 Issue. Nobody knows what it’s like to walk in the shoes of a person of a different cultural, racial, ethnic, sexual, gender and religious [...]

Jonathan Fernandez

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By David-Elijah Nahmod, April 2018 Issue. Jonathan Fernandez, a breakout star on season 8 of VH1’s “Love and Hip Hop,” credits Vice President Mike Pence for inspiring [...]

At The Box Office | March 2018

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By James Fanizza, March 2018 Issue Red Sparrow In Theaters March 2 | R | Mystery, Thriller Prima ballerina Dominika Egorova (Jennifer Lawrence) faces a bleak and uncertain [...]

At The Box Office | February 2018

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By James Fanizza, January 2018 Issue A Fantastic Woman In Theaters Feb. 2 | R | 104 Minutes | Drama Daniela Vega stars as Marina, a transgender singer, and Francesco Reyes [...]

At The Box Office | January 2018

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By James Fanizza, January 2018 Issue Saturday Church Available on VOD Jan. 12 | 90 Minutes | Drama, Fantasy, Musical Written and directed by Damon Cardasis, Saturday Church [...]

Freak Show

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By Sarah Toce, December 2017 Issue. Based on James St. James’ award-winning cult novel by the same name, Freak Show is a coming-of-age heart-warmer that relays the timely [...]

At The Box Office| December 2017

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By James Fanizza, December 2017 Issue The Shape of Water In Theaters Dec. 8 | R | 119 Minutes | Adventure, Drama, Fantasy The master of romantic horror is back with an [...]

At The Box Office| November 2017

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By James Fanizza, November 2017 Issue. The Killing of a Sacred Deer Now playing | R | 121 Minutes | Drama, Horror, Mystery Steven, a charismatic surgeon, is forced to make an [...]

At The Box Office| October 2017

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By James Fanizza, October 2017 Issue. Fat Camp  Now available on VOD | 86 minutes | Comedy When Hutch (Chris Redd) is kicked out of the house by his  mom, and forced to [...]

Fat Camp

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By James Fanizza, October 2017 Issue. Jennifer Arnold and Patti Lee have a lot to celebrate: They’re both making their mark on the film industry in Hollywood, they’ve [...]

At The Box Office | September 2017

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By Hans Pedersen, September 2017 Issue. An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power In theaters | PG | 98 minutes | Documentary When it comes to LGBTQ folks finding common ground [...]

At The Box Office | August 2017

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By Hans Pedersen, July 2017 Issue. The Little Hours In theaters | 90 minutes | R | Comedy, Romance Foul-mouthed, sexually repressed nuns break out of their monastic habits [...]

Film Hawk

June 15, 2017 // 0 Comments

By Hans Pedersen, July 2017 Issue. Based on the life of producer and film consultant Robert Hawk, the new documentary Film Hawk is now available on tribecashortlist.com. Hawk [...]

“secs & EXECS”

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By Megan Wadding, June 2017 Issue. Mindy Sterling, who is best recognized as Dr. Evil’s loudmouth, right-hand lady, Frau Farbissina from the Austin Powers films, is [...]

At The Box Office | July 2017

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By Hans Pedersen, July 2017 Issue. Laerte-se Now available on Netflix | 100 minutes | Documentary Tracing the life of Brazilian cartoonist Laerte Coutinho, who came out as a [...]
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