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With VMAs Performance, Justin Bieber Cries His Way Into a Second Pop Life

By Jason St. Amand | Sep 5
Trying to shed his annoying celebrity image, Justin Bieber is giving his career a much needed jolt by leaving the world of teen pop and diving head first into EDM and music authenticity.

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Fall Film Previews

By David Lamble | Sep 5
The fall film season is unusually promising for LGBTQ filmgoers. Here are at least two dozen reasons for making moviegoing a regular habit from now until Christmas.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Summer Lovers

By Jake Mulligan | Sep 5
We're watching an unabashedly straight-male sexual fantasy, and the fact that "I'm So Excited!" plays on the soundtrack is enough to confirm that the film is self-aware about that.

Cinema Review :: Blind

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 4
A blind woman whiles away her time writing a story that mixes fact and fiction. Saying it gets complicated is a gross understatement.

Cinema Review :: The Transporter Refueled

By Jake Mulligan | Sep 4
Refueled? Maybe. But it's the same sub-standard grade we got before.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Little House

By Jake Mulligan | Sep 4
Though the film may not reach the formal heights of those filmmakers who influenced it, it does know its place within history.

Cinema Review :: Steve Jobs: The Man In The Machine

By Louise Adams | Sep 4
Alex Gibney's documentary shows its cards with the subtitle: "Bold. Brilliant. Brutal."

Cinema Review :: Bloodsucking Bastards

By Kevin Taft | Sep 4
Nothing that'll stake you in the heart, this vampire-laden "Office Space" told Edgar Wright-style is mildly amusing, but pales in comparison to the British master of comedic horror.

Cinema Review :: A Sinner in Mecca

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 4
Out gay Muslim filmmaker Parvez Sharma has followed his award -winning documentary "A Jihad For Love" with an even more daring look at what it takes to renew his faith when he goes to Mecca for his sacred pilgrimage.

Sony, Back In The Crosshairs, Defends 'Concussion'

By Jake Coyle and Lindsey Bahr | Sep 3
Nearly a year after the devastating hacking attack that leaked thousands of emails, Sony Pictures Entertainment again finds itself trying to justify its own inner dealings, this time over the upcoming Will Smith film "Concussion."

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Elena

By Ed Tapper | Sep 3
"Elena," a 2011 film by Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev, makes an impressive debut on Blu-ray.

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