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From Film Student to Netflix Star — 'Elite' Actor Omar Ayuso Burns Up Instagram
Watch: 'Stalls' Filmmaker João Dall'Stella Discusses His Cheeky Homage to Glory Holes
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Watch: 'Stalls' Filmmaker João Dall'Stella Discusses His Cheeky Homage to Glory Holes

From Film Student to Netflix Star — 'Elite' Actor Omar Ayuso Burns Up Instagram

By Steve Duffy |
Glory holes are celebrated in João Dall'Stella's cheeky 3-minute video "Stalls." EDGE spoke to the filmmaker about the short.

Review: 'No Escape' is 'Escape Room' via 'Saw'

Review: 'No Escape' is 'Escape Room' via 'Saw'

By Kevin Taft | Sep 18
"No Escape" mixes the director's own "Escape Room" with "Hostel" to suspenseful, but mixed, results.

Review: 'Forgotten Roads' a Sheer Joy to Watch

Review: 'Forgotten Roads' a Sheer Joy to Watch

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 18
This Chilean drama from first time filmmaker Nicol Ruiz Benavides is a joyous tale about it never being too late for self-discovery and personal freedom.

Director Dawn Porter's Engaging 'The Way I See It' Encourages Us to Throw Shade

Director Dawn Porter's Engaging 'The Way I See It' Encourages Us to Throw Shade

By Karin McKie | Sep 18
Presidential photographer Pete Souza shares remarkable Obama images, and coaches Americans to throw shade, then vote.

Review: 'The Nest' A Masterwork of Dread

Review: 'The Nest' A Masterwork of Dread

By Greg Vellante | Sep 18
Extraordinary performances and dread-inducing direction highlight this masterful work by Sean Durkin, returning for his sophomore feature nearly a decade after his first, "Martha Marcy May Marlene."

Review: 'Alone' Not Original, but Tense and Empowering

Review: 'Alone' Not Original, but Tense and Empowering

By Kevin Taft | Sep 18
This film doesn't rewrite the thriller genre in any way whatsoever, but it does give us a squirm-inducing, teeth clenched ride through Hell.