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Watch: 'American Horror Story: Cult' Opening Credits Unveiled

Watch: 'American Horror Story: Cult' Opening Credits Unveiled

With only a few weeks away from "American Horror Story: Cult," the official Twitter page for the FX anthology series is hyping fans by sharing the the show's opening credits.

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 Review :: Guardians of the Galaxy - Vol. 2

Review :: Guardians of the Galaxy - Vol. 2

By Michael Cox | Aug 22
Spaceship battles and mega-slayings are accompanied by a kick-ass soundtrack, but the main theme of Marvel Studios' sequel is coming to terms with family - both the one you're born into and the one you choose.

 Review :: Alien: Covenant

Review :: Alien: Covenant

By JC Alvarez | Aug 22
An unfortunate accident brings a crew of space pioneers in contact with a dangerous threat and a monster the can't escape in Ridley Scott's "Alien: Covenant" available now on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD.

 Review :: Whale Rider - 15th Anniversary Edition

Review :: Whale Rider - 15th Anniversary Edition

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 22
Text on the package tells us that Shout Select is all about bringing us movie we'll want to own; this is a prime example. Buy it for yourself, a daughter, a niece, or anyone, really.

 Review :: The Hitman's Bodyguard

Review :: The Hitman's Bodyguard

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 18
Ryan Reynolds' charm and Samuel L. Jackson's cool collide on the silver screen, but never mesh as well as you might like in this high-octane action thriller / buddy movie.

 Review :: Logan Lucky

Review :: Logan Lucky

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 18
Steven Soderbergh is back in the driver's seat; Channing Tatum has added a few pounds to his frame for veracity's sake; and while this movie feels a little light, it also brims with low-key humor.

 Review :: The Monster Project

Review :: The Monster Project

By Kevin Taft | Aug 18
"The Monster Project" might have been fun if the audience was able to see anything that was happening.

 Review :: What Happened To Monday

Review :: What Happened To Monday

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 18
This populist puff of a movie is highly watchable, and Rapace makes it entertaining with her astonishing performances.

 Review :: Patti Cake$

Review :: Patti Cake$

By Roger Walker-Dack | Aug 18
This breakout hit from Sundance is the story of an overweight white New Jersey girl who dreams of being a rapper. Deliciously funny, it marks the arrival of a mega new star in Danielle MacDonald.

 Review :: The Only Living Boy in New York

Review :: The Only Living Boy in New York

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 18
This movie sits in a pit of its own urban provincialism, hard and bright as a diamond and as alluringly lethal as a hateful smile... and it's downright refreshing for all that.

Director John Trengove Courts Controversy with LGBT film 'The Wound'

Director John Trengove Courts Controversy with LGBT film 'The Wound'

By Frank J. Avella | Aug 18
South African director John Trengove's controversial film "The Wound" examines questions of race, class & sexuality in his home country. EDGE spoke to Trengove about the film.

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