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Flaming, Flaming, Flaming

We LOVE balls. And after our first viewing of Paris Is Burning, we became fond of an entirely different category of balls. The Oscar-nominated documentary is available once again after a two-year hiatus and the gays at CinéWilde have it in their hot little hands for a screening. Join us Friday at the Texas Theatre and witness a moment in […]

For Real This Time: Fly The Crazy Skies

You might have noticed an e-mail from us on Wednesday that, well, had no story when you clicked on the link. We’d like to blame technology gremlins, but it’s really more a case of misreading a calendar and scheduling something that wasn’t ready for public consumption. So if you’ve been dying to know what the “Fly The Crazy Skies” story […]

Mommy Flogger

October and horror movies go together like wire hangers and little-girl clothes. But forget Freddy Kruger, Michael Meyers and friends, there are few movie monsters scarier than Joan Crawford as portrayed in Mommie Dearest. Tonight, catch the legendarily campy, amazingly quotable film at the Texas Theatre as CinéWilde presents its monthly must-see movie for LGBT fans. Before the screening, meet upstairs at […]

Tu Mamá So Hot, We Need A Cold Shower.

Long before Academy Award-winner Alfonso Cuaron made us bite our nails in Gravity, he made us want to nibble on Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna for hours. It was way back in 2001 when we first saw Y Tu Mamá También, a beautiful Spanish-language film that was one of our first big-screen introductions to passionate three-ways, and full-frontal male nudity. Road trips […]

Whozits And Whatzits Galore

If you see only one Polish mermaid musical this year, it should be The Lure. This bizarre film filled with elaborately choreographed dance numbers and a pair of sisters singing siren songs couldn’t be more appropriate for the bizarro world we live in today. In fact, it’s so truly crazy, Kellyanne Conway thinks it’s a documentary. Unlike Bowling Green, however, there […]

Sex Change, Drugs & Rock ‘n Roll

Imagine the transgender musical genre in the times of Rodgers and Hammerstein and their contemporaries. We’d be stuck with a sanitized romance, elaborate choreography and cheery tunes in shows such as OhTheHomo!, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologist or Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Who Used to Be Sisters. Thankfully, the greatest musical ever written about […]