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Morrissey: I was Sexually Assaulted by San Francisco International Airport Security

By EDGE | Jul 30
Morrissey took to his website True to You Wednesday, claiming he was sexually assaulted by a security officer at San Francisco International Airport earlier this week, who allegedly "groped my penis and testicles."

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New Film Highlights Struggles of Gay Palestinians in Israel

By Isaac Scharf and Miriam Berger | Jul 30
During last summer's Gaza war, Khader Abu Seif was living with his then Israeli boyfriend in Tel Aviv, wondering whether Hamas rockets could reach them from the coastal strip.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Water Diviner

By JC Alvarez | Jul 29
The directorial debut of one of Hollywood's biggest stars, Russell Crowe's "The Water Diviner" goes for deep emotion, but lacks the depth that would place in on a par with similarly styled war epics it is trying to emulate. Shallow at times.

Cinema Review :: Vacation

By Robert Nesti | Jul 29
Even at a 100-minutes, this is a road trip well worth avoiding.

Cinema Review :: Listen To Me Marlon

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 29
Director Stevan Riley has fashioned a deeply personal, often-painful, unapologetically honest account of the life of Marlon Brando that attempts to search for the essence of the man and the artist.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Longest Ride

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 28
Scott Eastwood is a dead ringer for papa Clint when he starred in the TV show "Rawhide" in the early '60s. And while he's no Clint in the acting department, he does show some raw potential.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: I, Madman

By Ken Tasho | Jul 28
When a young woman's life gets taken over by the books she reads, the lines between reality and fiction become severely blurred in Shout Factory's latest retro release.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Howling II

By Ken Tasho | Jul 28
This sequel, making its Blu-ray debut, is mostly played for outrageous laughs.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: 3 Hearts

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 28
This juicy plot could go in any direction: Farce, drama, romance, tragedy. Jacques seems to see no reason why he ought to choose, packing all those elements into a film that's compelling at every turn.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: White God

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 28
Remarkable for its visual punch, as well as the performances Mundruczó gets from his human and canine performers, "White God" is sharp, funny, and -- rare in today's glutted media market -- unforgettable.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Mystery Science Theater 3000 XXXIII

By Ken Tasho | Jul 28
Those wacky bad movie fans Joel, Mike, and their fellow robot friends arrive with another four-episode collection courtesy of the fabulous Shout Factory folks.

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