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Review :: The Russia House

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 26
The film's subversive jokiness lurks underneath a sheen of romance and the trappings of a spy story, but there's no mistaking how le Carré's pointy tongue is lodged painfully deep in his cheek.

Review :: The Black Stallion Returns

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 26
This is family-friendly fare that might give you just a bit of an embarrassed blush to put on for kids, but it's spirited fun that carries a flavor of old-fashioned movie serials.

Review :: Miss Sadie Thompson

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 26
Rita Hayworth, clad in an eye-catching orange gown, burns up the screen in the torrid 1953 drama "Miss Sadie Thompson," now given a Blu-ray release in both 3D and conventional 2D formats by Twilight Time.

Review :: The Last Diamond

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 26
This zippy thriller sports all the accessories of the genre but then opens up into a larger, and deadlier, scheme.

Review :: Hellhole

By Ken Tasho | Jul 26
Combining a horror story within a women-in-prison film ends with hilariously bad results in Shout Factory's latest retro Blu-ray.

Review :: The Boy Who Cried Werewolf

By Ken Tasho | Jul 26
Don't you just hate it when your Dad turns into a blood-thirsty and hairy werewolf?

'Looking' Cast Looks Back, Finds Closure as Movie Ends Series

By Jim Halterman | Jul 25
Cast members of the recently aired HBO film "Looking," including Jonathan Groff, Russell Tovey and Raúl Castillo, spoke with EDGE about finding closure with the series finale.

Review :: Elvis & Nixon

By Dale Reynolds | Jul 25
The true story of when King Elvis of Presley met with President Richard Nixon in 1970.

'Star Trek Beyond' Soars With $59.6M At Weekend Box Office

By Sandy Cohen | Jul 24
"Star Trek Beyond" has landed atop the weekend box office.

Sigourney Weaver Hoping to Reprise 'Alien' Heroine Ripley

By Derrik J. Lang | Jul 24
Sigourney Weaver apparently isn't finished fighting aliens.

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