The Edge Live-Blogs The Movies is back, better than ever, ready to join Lars von Trier’s latest controversy.
Author Chris Pate
The Edge Live-Blogs the Movies returns with Terrence Malick’s 2011 epic The Tree of Life.
To kickstart our new ‘The Sound of Cinema’ feature, Chris Pate takes a look at the soundtrack of Paul Thomas Anderson’s 1999 sprawling tale of life, love and family.
A music documentary following transgender folk/country singer Rae Spoon, My Prairie Home is a heartfelt exploration of Spoon’s life, their music and their gender neutrality, writes Chris Pate.
The new film from Charles Lum and Todd Verow is an important exploration of the social and legal challenges to gay sex, as told through the story of one of London’s last remaining leather bars, The Hoist, writes Chris Pate.
Computer Chess delves deep into the glorious past of early technology to present a comedy-drama that’s both intelligent and strikingly relevant. Chris Pate takes a look at the Blu-ray.
We are back! The Edge Live-Blogs The Movies returns to live-blog Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill: Volume II (2003). We will be blogging our opinions on the film as it unfolds, starting at 9.30PM!
Monday 10 March 2014: We shall be live-blogging Eli Roth’s controversial horror film Hostel! Let there be blood. Watch along with us, starting at 10.20PM.
With the tragic passing of Philip Seymour Hoffman on Sunday, Chris Pate takes a look back at some of the roles that made him one of Hollywood’s most accomplished talents.
12 Years a Slave is a haunting portrait of one of Western society’s most shameful secrets, explains Chris Pate.
The second film charting the journey of Bilbo, Gandalf and company is a definite improvement on the first, explains Chris Pate.