Snarky and thorough, "You Don't Nomi" makes a great case for relishing almost every tacky second of "Showgirls"
Leilah Weinraub's acclaimed documentary is this month's Reel Affirmations Xtra Film Series selection
Tracee Ellis Ross and Dakota Johnson make a formidable team as a pop diva and her girl Friday in sweetly soulful "The High Note."
Out focuses on a young gay man struggling to come out to his parents
"Screened Out" insists we are collectively facing one of the most pervasive and potentially dangerous addictions of our time
Campy star cameos don't compensate for a grating lead character in the offbeat musical "Still Waiting in the Wings"
"Clementine" squeezes scant suspense from its ostensibly juicy setup of two strangers at a lake house.
A Secret Love is in a league of its own documenting the history, love story, and struggles of two pioneering lesbians.
Denis O'Hare and Claybourne Elder star in a tense short thriller directed by Eric Rosen
Reel Affirmations streams the award-winning, slow-simmering romance
Netflix documentary wonderfully showcases Karen and Barry Mason, who created an L.A. erotica icon
Told through the story of one woman's activism, Slay the Dragon casts partisan redistricting as a threat to democracy as we know it
Freud might have had a field day analyzing "Butt Boy," but you can go read a book or rearrange your furniture.
The spring and summer movies you need to see -- and a few you should definitely avoid.
Leigh Whannell's "The Invisible Man" stretches out a decent horror premise until it's as thin as air