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Hey, Kitty Girls

We sooo wanted to hate this. But damn if one note from Jennifer Hudson didn’t make us rethink our disdain for all things CATS. Check out the just-released trailer for yourself and see if you want to get in the meow mix this holiday season. CATSHitting the litterbox office December 20, 2019catsmovie.com

Pride, To Be An American

It’s June, y’all. And that means Pride all over the place—literally and figuratively. Tomorrow, YouTube Originals premieres the LGBTQ documentary, State of Pride, a film that looks at what it’s like to be a member of our community in three very different cities: San Francisco, Salt Lake City, and Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Host Raymond Braun takes us on the journey, providing […]

Teens, Teens, Teens Across The Board

As far as we’re concerned, we’ll never see enough coming-of-age dramas. The themes are so universal that we think they’re powerful in allowing us to relate to others who’ve gone through similar-yet-oh-so-different high school drama. We can only believe that LGBT issues will continue to have greater acceptance when people see a universal struggle that can easily be substituted easily […]

The Silence Of The Fans

Get ready for The Rocky Horror Picture Show like you’ve probably never seen it before—with a quiet audience. Yep, for CinéWilde‘s November screening at The Texas Theatre, they’re daring to do something few have done since the initial release back in 1975. In addition to no actors re-enacting the film as a shadowcast in front of the screen, they’re not allowing the whole throw-props-and-quote-along […]

One Serious Flashback

The 1980s saw many a Corey lighting up the screen in blockbuster movies. But tonight, a new film starring a contemporary Cory set in the ’80s has a much more somber vibe than anything à la Feldman or Haim. In the emotional drama 1985, Cory Michael Smith (TV’s Gotham) stars as a closeted man returning to Texas to see his family (Virginia Madsen, […]

Can A T-Rex Play The Violin?

Summer unofficially ends on Labor Day Weekend, so why not celebrate by watching one of the biggest summer blockbusters of all time? Jurassic Park in Concert brings the movie to life in a whole new way as the Dallas Symphony Orchestra performs the iconic John Williams score live beneath an HD projection of the film. Feel the music like never before while […]

Fashionable Things Come To Those Who Wait

No more waiting. McQueen has arrived. After opening in very select theaters on July 20, the documentary about the revolutionary gay fashion designer Alexander McQueen has debuted in Dallas. After early-bird showings last night, the film officially opens today with reserved seating at Angelika Film Center. Celebrate this complicated man with an intimate look at his muses and demons alike. Because […]

There’s No Love Like Strangelove

High school crushes. Coming out. Gay cereal. What else could you want in a hilarious comedy? Alex Strangelove Now streaming netflix.com Photo courtesy of Netflix

Nothing To Do This Week? As if.

Sure, January may not be packed with parties and charity galas, but that doesn’t mean we need to Netflix and Die Alone. We spent most of last week watching movies nominated for The Golden Globes, so this week, we’re turning to some old-school flicks. Or more specifically, a trio of iconic movies that make us so happy to be gay. […]

Dahm & Dahmer

Origin stories are a big deal right now. Young Sheldon. Wonder Woman. The Moronic Adventures of Lil’ Trumpy & The Tiny Pussy Grabbers. Yet much like Bates Motel, another project that explored the developmental years of an iconic character, My Friend Dahmer also takes us into the young life of gay serial killer. Except, even creepier, this one’s not fiction. Based on a graphic […]