A lipstick-lesbian riff on “Strangers on a Train,” “Breaking the Girls” is a watchable but somewhat routinely pulpy mix of sex, blackmail and murder, a polished low-budgeter that doesn’t rise above…
A fine memorial to one of 20th-century America's most brilliant thinkers, this highly entertaining documentary should attract healthy niche sales.
Driven more by style and attitude than by narrative, this freefrom adaptation of Michelle Tea's cult novel/memoir is always stimulating but a little exhausting.
An enjoyable comedy-mystery set in the more privileged echelons of Los Angeles gay society.
Dear Outfest: When the after-party is held in a parking lot, food trucks would not only be an inspired catering move, they also would be practical. Instead, attendees of the fest’s Thursday opening…
So much has changed in the LGBT community recently, it's hardly surprising that those seismic shifts would be reflected in this year's pics at Outfest Los Angeles, which runs July 11 through 21 at…
Outfest has awarded two of its top prizes to Ira Sachs' relationship drama "Keep The Lights On."
Videogame publishers rolled out the red carpet to fete their tentpole titles this week during E3.
As the three major videogame consoles compete for gamers, is Sony dangled its latest carrot in the form of PlayStation Plus.
Nintendo fortified its position in the family videogame market Tuesday, showing off the launch version of the Wii U, out this holiday.
Among the plethora of initiatives that aim to make the Xbox console a center of home entertainment, Microsoft unveiled its new Xbox Music service at E3 on Monday.