Musical theater fans everywhere are getting a sample today of the long awaited screen adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine 1987 Broadway classic musical "Into the Woods" with the release of a featurette online.
I hadn't seen the film before speaking with director Judy Irving, which is just as well, because the film is too beautiful for words. And I'll tell you why that is: Because Irving erases the line between human and beast.
"Pride" has the best word-of-mouth of any film released this fall. Quite an achievement for director Matthew Warchus, who talks to EDGE about this uplifting story of striking coal miners and gay activists in Thatcher's England.
To achieve the realism needed to capture the visceral experience of war, director David Ayer put his cast through boot camp prior to shooting "Fury." EDGE spoke with 3 of the film's actors - Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal & Michael Pena about the shoot.
In the new thriller "January Has Two Faces," a wealthy American couple vacationing in Greece aren't what they initially appear to be. EDGE spoke to the film's director Hossein Amini about his critically acclaimed directorial debut.
"Grind: The Movie" an award-winning musical short film inspired by gay hook-up app culture featuring "Rent" star Anthony Rapp available for view online October 1.
"Citizenfour" more than doubles down on Poitras' earlier films, which have never flinched from dangerous, dismaying subjects and failed (or failing) states afflicted by, or propped up by, thug rule. In this case, the thugs are our own security agencies.
That's the horror in this horror movie: The absolute control that the board has over the film itself. Filmed with such fetishistic detail, it beckons us, as all good advertising does: Buy me. Buy me.
Based on the novel by Laura Kasischke, Greg Araki ("The Doom Generation") adapts and directs the '80s period film "White Bird in a Blizzard" with a bit more accessibility than previous efforts.
Judging from the trailer, "John Wick" is a taut, atmospheric thriller. Judging from the film itself, it's a comedy -- but then again, this is a Keanu Reeves vehicle.
Ruben Östlund writes and directs a piercing, blackly comic portrait of a family in the throes of dysfunction.
"The Best of Me" brings out the worst in me as a movie critic.