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 Review :: Unsettled: Seeking Refuge In America

Review :: Unsettled: Seeking Refuge In America

By Rob Lester | Sep 18
A documentary puts several human faces on something many would rather resist facing: Violence around the world, and how America, so-called "Land of Opportunity," isn't always that for those who come seeking sanctuary.

 Review :: Straight Up

Review :: Straight Up

By Kevin Taft | Sep 18
With a stand-out performance by Katie Findlay, the indie straight/gay rom-com "Straight Up" is charming even if it's narratively unsatisfying.

 Review :: Brief Story from the Green Planet

Review :: Brief Story from the Green Planet

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 18
By sticking to his dramatic fundamentals - questions of isolation, purpose, grief, longing and belonging - Loza keeps his strange tale grounded in the good earth of effective storytelling.

MTV Documentary Films Acquires 'Gay Chorus Deep South;' Plans Theatrical Release

MTV Documentary Films Acquires 'Gay Chorus Deep South;' Plans Theatrical Release

By Sam Cronin | Sep 17
"Gay Chorus Deep South," a 2019 documentary about a men's choir touring the American Deep South, has been bought by MTV Documentary Films. The studio, run by former HBO exec Sheila Nevins, hopes to organize a theatrical release.

 Review :: Cubby

Review :: Cubby

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 17
This bizarre coming-of-age comic drama is the tale of how a psychotic closeted Midwestern makes a life for himself in NY

 Review :: Who Saw Her Die?

Review :: Who Saw Her Die?

By Ken Tasho | Sep 17
The horrific thing of murdered children occurs a handful of times in an Italian giallo horror movie release, presented on Blu-ray from Arrow Video.

 Review :: Cassandro, the Exotico!

Review :: Cassandro, the Exotico!

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 17
A documentary of Mexico's most famous gay Lucha Libre champion.

 Review :: The Hills Have Eyes 2

Review :: The Hills Have Eyes 2

By Sam Cohen | Sep 17
Wes Craven's much-maligned sequel "The Hills Have Eyes Part 2" is now available on Blu-ray from Arrow Video. The new 2K restoration may look stunning, but it certainly shows off a compromised project that doesn't really make itself a reason to exist.

 Review :: Bittersweet Waters

Review :: Bittersweet Waters

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 17
This hauntingly beautiful love story from Mexico from a first time filmmaker is a real gem.

 Review :: Copa 181

Review :: Copa 181

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 17
"Copa 181" is another well-made LGBTQ movie from Brazil, where the government, under self-proclaimed gay hater Jair Bolsonaro, has recently declared that government funds will now be withheld from cinema projects containing LGBTQ content.

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