If you haven't seen this glorious fairy tale/horror/fantasy story, go out and get this Blu-ray and shut yourself away from the world for two hours.
Eighteen gay erotic tales of sex in the various rooms of any well-equipped gymnasium in the U.S.A.
Sandra Bullock's latest character puts her on the political trail in the dramatically timely "Our Brand Is Crisis," a compelling look at the behind-the-scenes creation of a campaign failure on a path to victory.
Did Donald Trump called Ted Cruz a vulgar term that describes a woman's genitals?
An affair between a lesbian college student and her gay poetry professor has devastating consequences in Nell Zink's National Book Award finalist.
The trajectory and traumas of African-American ballerina Misty Copeland are chronicled in Nelson George's home-movie-feeling documentary.
For "Portrait of a Serial Monogamist," Wolfe produced a nice DVD that looks and sounds great with a couple of extra scenes cut for time.
For solely listening purposes, the score is disjointed, and doesn't convey any type of through-line or plot, but maybe that's the point.
"V/H/S" alums take five new stories down a dark and twisted road of guilt that shows off the filmmakers' style, while exposing the limits to their storytelling.
A long look at the Memphis Sound in blues music, with interviews with many of the surviving musicians.