Amy Adrion’s strikingly relevant documentary won the #WhatNext Prize at this year’s Sundance London Film Festival.
Writer Tom reviews Hereditary, director Ari Aster’s contender for scariest flick of the year.
The Wolfpack director Crystal Moselle returns to Sundance with her latest effort.
Alice O’Hare reviews the latest blockbuster dinosaur romp, this time with J. A. Bayona at the helm.
Ethan Hawke leads this crisis of faith drama, playing as a special presentation at the 2018 Sundance London Film Festival.
The Edge’s coverage of the 2018 Sundance London Film Festival begins with Ari Aster’s directorial debut.
Christian Wise re-evaluates Rian Johnson’s depiction of the iconic hero of the Star Wars saga.
With some huge releases already in the bag, the Summer movie season continues with Film Editor David picking some must-see movies for June.
Joe Williams reviews the latest adventure into a galaxy far, far away.
Does Amy Schumer’s latest film deserve the negative press it received even before its release?
The Edge writers come together to profile some of the the most significant diverse films of the century thus far.
Delving deep into the forgotten era of Disney, Rehana Nurmahi brings attention to a forgotten should-be classic.
Writer Pascal examines the newest Marvel release and its role in the remoulding of a genre.