It has been 24 years later since "Trick" was released. Jim Fall's gay comedy followed the unlikely relationship between an aspiring Broadway composer and a go-go boy. And with talk (not true) of a sequel in the can, EDGE looks back at this endearing film.
"Swiping America" contains some real people maneuvering through all the cringe, all the rejection, and all the excitement of blind dating.
Cooper Koch is giving one of the year's best performances in the queer horror film "Swallowed." EDGE spoke with the up-and-coming out actor about his career.
Paramount+ has brought back its surprisingly entertaining live vocal pageant series "Queen of the Universe" for a second season. Fresh surprises keep the show interesting.
Handsome Brit actor George Turner has been largely on stage for the past few years, but with the Dekkoo series "Peckham Mix," he makes the jump to streaming.
"Drag Me to Dinner" is the latest entry into the world of competitive reality shows, which, much like a fallen soufflé, is too full of air to support its own weight.
If you're not aware of this phenomenon, it's a small group of niche performers in lavishly detailed fins, whose stage is under thousands of gallons of water.
Michael Carbonaro is currently touring with his latest magic show, "Lies on Stage," but in 2006 he starred in the queer comedy "Another Gay Movie," which, he reflects, jump-started his career.
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