Forget the whole witchcraft thing. The religious right has a whole new reason to hate the "Harry Potter" series of books.
"Starf*cker." "After School Special." "The Salt Girl." "Hotel Nepenthe." Boston actor and playwright John Kuntz has authored his share of distinctive, sometimes disturbing, theatrical fare. Now he's penned an epic. He tells EDGE all...
It may not be a great movie, but it is a damn refreshing one.
Academy Award-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney documents the activist musician, as well as the Broadway musical made about his life, in the rich, two-hour portrait.
After exploring the chatterbox life of the mind in "Her," Scarlett Johansson embodies a mostly silent corporeal being in Jonathan Glazer's shocking sci-fi sleeper.
"Get On Up" chronicles the life of the great R&B singer James Brown with Chadwick Boseman giving a career-changing performance.
Anchored by a remarkable performance from Brendan Gleeson, John Michael McDonagh's "Calvary" is a profound and impeccably written film that explores the importance of faith even within the darkest of times.
Slightly unexpected beats can't save director Sarah Spillane's debut from being anything more than another trifle in an often-trod-through pool.
Tom Petty goes for number 13, Morrissey drops his first album in five years, and Jenny Lewis drops her third studio album. The Woman's Hour and Tove Lo make their debuts. Dig this deep summer Dig These Discs!