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Be Be(a)st

After a year of watching theatrical productions online, we have to wonder what the adjustment will be like for people when theaters reopen to patrons. Will it be a culture shock to not be able to talk through a play? Sing along to a musical number? Or get everyone on stage to stop everything they’re doing while you get more […]

Fake It ‘Til You Get Caught

Sinfully Good

Be Be(a)st

After a year of watching theatrical productions online, we have to wonder what the adjustment will be like for people when theaters reopen to patrons. Will it be a culture shock to not be able to talk through a play? Sing along to a musical number? Or get everyone on stage to stop everything they’re doing while you get more […]

Fake It ‘Til You Get Caught

Between the pandemic and that little cold snap last week, we’ve blown through every murder documentary we can find. But now we have a palate (and palette) cleanser. Today, Netflix debuts the 2020 documentary, Made You Look: A True Story About Fake Art. Though it doesn’t involve actual murder, the perpetrators of a multi-million-dollar scheme definitely slay the art world. […]

Sinfully Good

There’s a reason the UK import It’s A Sin has a 100-percent critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes (at least as of this writing). The miniseries from Russell T Davies, the writer and creator of Queer As Folk, brings to life the AIDS crisis of the 1980s through the eyes of relatable, fun-loving characters who have little to no idea what […]

Barb & Star Deliver Hardy Har Har In Vista Del Mar

Kristen Wiig can do no wrong if you ask us. Kristen Wiig can do no wrong! Oh, sorry. We thought we heard someone question our opinion again. And right in time for a weekend of hibernation and dreaming of warmer weather and vacations, the wildly hilarious Barb & Star Go To Vista Del Mar premieres today on nearly every streaming […]

Two Good To Miss

We didn’t come out until we were 23. And it was another three years before we came out to our family. So we know a thing or two about secret relationships. That’s at the heart of Two of Us, a sad but beautiful love story premiering tomorrow in theaters (not that we’re going to one of those anytime soon), as […]

Here. Black. Queer. Get Used To It.

Black History Month begins today and to celebrate, queer streaming service Revry has a month-long lineup of films, series and music videos. Founded by two Black women, Revry has long showcased creative works from people whose voices are heard less frequently in both the mainstream world, as well as the LGBTQ community. For your convenience, we’re posting the entire February […]

Wanna Sundance With Somebody?

The weather this weekend in Park City, Utah calls for snow and a low temperature Saturday night of 6º. Now that’s six degrees we totally want separation from. But you don’t have to suffer the cold this year to get the Sundance Film Festival experience right here in Dallas. You read that correctly, Aviation Cinemas and the Texas Theatre have […]

You’re A Star, Baby

Cue the sad ballad music. And for once, without any irony whatsoever. We’re truly in a devastating period for Broadway and the thousands of people who make the industry sing. With the lights dimmed in theaters throughout New York until at least June, the pandemic-related shutdown will forever change the Great White Way. Throughout 2020, however, Broadway movers and shakers […]

Well, F*çk!

Listen up, bitches. Today we get a free pass to use dirty words. But only because we now know the meaning behind all the greatest four-letter words in our vocabulary. So grab your lack of curse-word knowledge by the pussy and watch this fantastically funny and ingeniously informative new limited series from Netflix with host Nicolas Cage and a bevy […]

Kat Gets Better

Need something to look forward to after the holiday season wraps up this Friday? Look no further than the new Fox sitcom, Call Me Kat. But first, a warning. Stick with the show and don’t judge it solely on the pilot. Because this could be one of the most perfect dream casts ever assembled: Mayim Bialik, Leslie Jordan, Cheyenne Jackson, […]