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Jamie’s Something To Talk About

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. And you’re probably talking about this movie, too, because it’s been highly anticipated ever since the stage musical debuted in London’s West End back in 2017. There was a glitch with our preview screener, so we didn’t get to watch it in advance. That means you can go in without any preconceived opinions, but we sure […]

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Jamie’s Something To Talk About

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. And you’re probably talking about this movie, too, because it’s been highly anticipated ever since the stage musical debuted in London’s West End back in 2017. There was a glitch with our preview screener, so we didn’t get to watch it in advance. That means you can go in without any preconceived opinions, but we sure […]

We Love Privates

We’ve gotten so used to watching movies on TV and smaller devices the past year and a half that we’d forgotten what it was like see a movie on the big screen. Last week, we attended our first-ever private screening at Look Dine-in Cinemas on Northwest Highway with 18 of our closest, fully vaccinated friends. Seeing Ryan Reynolds larger-than-life was […]

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Happy Labor Day! If you had a crazy weekend like ours, perhaps you need to soap up for an hour. With a little Days of Our Lives. Today, Peacock launches the first-ever limited one-week series, Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem. To be completely honest, we’ve never watched the regular series (we were always Team One Life To Live), but […]

Put This In Your Netflix Q

The new James Bond movie comes out on October 8. But there’s a different group of spies coming out today (in all meanings of the phrase). Netflix’s continued push for queer content brings us a delightfully twisted new animated series, Q-Force. After coming out as gay, superspy Steve Maryweather (a.k.a. Agent Mary) gets pushed to a West Hollywood outpost of […]

Picture It: The Golden Girls On The Big Screen

If you’re like most gay men, you can quote nearly every one-liner from the seven-season run of The Golden Girls. But you’ve probably never seen Dorothy, Rose, Blanche and Sophia together on the silver screen. Well, prepare for an Attack of 50-foot Senior Women this September as Fathom Events presents Forever Golden! A Celebration of the Golden Girls at several […]

Simply The Fest

If you’re in the need of a road trip to Austin, you might want to consider a last-minute trip in the next two weeks. From tomorrow through September 6, catch films galore at Prism 34, Austin’s aGLIFF (All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival). The festival returns to Austin theaters this year, but you can also access shorts and feature-length […]

Queen For A Night

Life lesson #5777: Never pass up the opportunity to see Priscilla, Queen of the Desert on the big screen. Start your weekend off right this Friday at The Texas Theatre for a special screening courtesy of CinéWilde. Put on your best flip-flop dress, dust off your ping-pong balls and ride the bus there to get into the true spirit of […]

(Amazon) Prime Of Their Lives

Rather than mask up and hit the movie theaters (or just about anywhere right now), we’re reverting back to our old 2020 habits of melting into the sofa for hours at a time while gorging on popcorn and peanut M&Ms. And this Friday, we’ve got a date with Modern Love for its second season. The Prime Video series once again […]

Chandelier Swinger

We’re not ones to quote song lyrics as a substitute for writing our own original thoughts. Instead, we’re just going to paraphrase the lyrics from “Chandelier” by Sia because they’re so completely appropriate to describe the titular character in Swan Song, out today. I’m gonna swing from the chandelierI’m gonna live like tomorrow doesn’t existI’m gonna fly like a bird […]

Bully Pulpit

How far would you go to make a point? Now, how far would you walk to make that same point? That’s a big part of the plot of the new movie, Joe Bell. Based on the true story of a dad (Mark Wahlberg) who walked across the country from La Grande, Oregon to New York City with his gay son […]