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Cheesy H. Christ

Cornball. Predictable AF. Hokier than the hokey-pokey. Normally, these descriptions of a movie would mean we hated every second. But in the case of Single All The Way—and nearly any holiday film for that matter—it’s exactly what we CRAVE. The fact that this new Netflix movie (out today) is a gay, gay, gay yuletide romp makes it that much more […]

Now, Bring Us Some Wiggy Pudding

Eye Caramba

Cheesy H. Christ

Cornball. Predictable AF. Hokier than the hokey-pokey. Normally, these descriptions of a movie would mean we hated every second. But in the case of Single All The Way—and nearly any holiday film for that matter—it’s exactly what we CRAVE. The fact that this new Netflix movie (out today) is a gay, gay, gay yuletide romp makes it that much more […]

Now, Bring Us Some Wiggy Pudding

Our favorite holiday treat of 2020 (not including news of the cancellation of The Donald Trump Presidency) was The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Special. Well, this year, Mother of Drag Queens RuPaul may deliver our new fave. Set your DVRs or turn to your favorite streaming services and apps this Thursday, December 2 at 8:00 p.m. Central for The Bitch […]

Eye Caramba

One of the sweetest celebrities we ever met was Tammy Faye (Messner by the time we saw her). It was at a screening at the Angelika Film Center at Mockingbird Station for the documentary, The Eyes of Tammy Faye in 2000. She stuck around to talk to everyone who wanted to chat or take a photo, giggling and smiling from […]

For (Mayor) Pete’s Sake

We just finished the Mayor Pete documentary and wow, so many emotions. We’d already blocked out the 2020 election drama but also forgotten what an incredibly magnetic and intelligent candidate Pete Buttigieg really was. The new film debuts today on Amazon Prime Video and goes behind the scenes as the gay South Bend, Indiana mayor throws his hat in the […]

Get Lost In Oak Cliff (& South Asia, Too)

It’s a perfect weekend to hang out with some vampires. Or some of the most interesting LGBTQ people from South Asia. Perhaps all of the above. This Saturday, you have your choice of queer films as CinéWilde presents The Lost Boys from gay auteur Joel Schumacher with a pre-screening Q&A and a spooky-themed afterparty for a full night’s entertainment. Earlier […]

Terrifying Threesomes & Other Scary Halloween Treats

Sometimes we like something long and satisfying that we can really sink our teeth into, but on other occasions, bite-size works just fine, too. That’s kind of our mantra for a trio of our favorite things: hookups, candy and scary movies. And speaking of things that come in threes, the new season of Bite Size Halloween on Hulu features a […]

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 […]

Like Sands Through The Hourglass

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 […]