Last night, months after the rest of you gays, I finally watched Phantom Thread and let me tell you it had everything I was promised; painful levels of repression, sub-textual pegging realized via poison, Daniel Day-Lewis's sexy fucked up thumbs, Vicky Krieps being iconic in every single shot. I'm in love. It was also definitely … Continue reading Phantom Thread (2017 dir. Paul Thomas Anderson) is a Rom-Com: A Scientific Proof
Like, The Notebook who? Casablanca who? Titanic who? Love Actually who? Pride & Prejudice who? Sleepless in Seattle who? Romeo and Juliet who? You've Got Mail who? Before Sunrise who? Jerry Maguire who? Lost in Translation who? When Harry Met Sally who? Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind who? Never Let Me Go who? Moonlight wh- okay, no, too far.
Have you heard? Lucasfilm just hired David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, the creators of Game of Thrones, to direct their very own Star Wars trilogy. I don't know about you guys, but I think this is a great move for the franchise. We're living in a new age of feminist progress: predators are being exiled, grassroots campaigns like #MeToo are … Continue reading Ten Strong Female Star Wars Characters We’re Stoked to Watch Being Violently Assaulted
Vulture made a Good & Comprehensive list of 46 movies you should be excited for in 2018, and so obviously I’m about to take a sledgehammer to this perfect & sparkling Fabergé egg of a list and further cull it to a total of 12 movies I, personally, am excited for in 2018. I will do this with an … Continue reading For Whom The Pussy Pops: It Pops For These Twelve 2018 Movies
As of this writing, Paddington 2 is the best-reviewed movie in the history of Rotten Tomatoes, with 174 positive reviews and zero negatives. Rebel Without A Cause boasts a 96% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes; Casablanca has a 97%, Lawrence of Arabia has 98%, and The Godfather clocks in at 99%. But Paddington 2, with its 100% unanimous approval, mops the floor with all of them. … Continue reading Paddington 2 vs. Every 2017 Oscar Nominee: A Deathmatch
Once a year at Christmastime, we gather together to celebrate our Lord and saviour: Luke Skywalker. Yes, Star Wars Season is a time of merriment, a time of gratitude and peace. What better way to celebrate than to indulge in a trilogy of Lana Del Rey music videos which focus on Luke Skywalker's emotional journey? No better … Continue reading In Honour of the New Star Wars Movie, Watch This Trilogy of Luke Skywalker Fan Videos Set to Lana Del Rey Songs
In no definitive order, because the presence of heterosexuality in the lives of these young women is equally tragic. Bliss & Pash - Whip It If part of your film's plot involves a friendship that is so obviously romantic in nature that other people in the film have started catching on, you can go ahead … Continue reading Every Iconic Onscreen Teen Friendship That Should Have Been A Lesbian Romance but Wasn’t, Because Some Higher Power Hates Me Personally
It's that time again! Or at least it is for me — your timezone is your business. Anyway, here's what I'm reading at whatever time this is.
Here is a list of things I enjoy in fiction: strong friendships eighties fashion underdogs and outcasts banding together funny child actors friends riding bikes in the suburbs that thing of where there are two kids who are bestest best friends in childhood and then the story is structured in such a way as to … Continue reading There Is No Way In Hell I Am Going to Watch the Scary Clown Movie or Read the Scary Clown Novel But I Hope the Two Gay Kids Grow Up and Get Married and Teach Drama and Music Classes
Note added 10-26-17: I feel that I should clarify in order to spare readers potential disappointment that this screenplay is gay in the sense that Capote was a gay writer and inflected his gay aesthetic and political subject positions onto the story, but on the surface level of the text this screenplay is no more gay … Continue reading Hey Gays, Here’s Truman Capote’s Hardcore Gay Screenplay of The Great Gatsby (For Real This Time)