Set in Chicago’s Humboldt Park neighbourhood, I Am The Queen follows three transgender contestants taking part in an annual drag/trans beauty pageant held for those of Puerto Rican heritage. To be honest though, the … [More...]
There are plenty of different opinions out there about drag queens, from those that think it’s a valuable part of the LGBT heritage or a harmless bit of fun, to those who feel it is a mockery of women and trans … [More...]
For about the first 10 minutes of That’s Not Us I have to admit I allowed my preconceptions to get to me. I think it was the seemingly arbitrary artifice of the set-up that got to me – sticking one gay couple, one … [More...]
Aussie movie 52 Tuesdays premiered at Sundance (where it won a Best Director prize) and has garnered as fair amount of interest and praised, both due to its subject and the way it was made. The film was shot one day … [More...]
When watching Wasp, I couldn’t help wonder what the film might be like if it was done again, but with different actors and director. That’s because it’s a relatively simple set-up that relies totally on how it’s … [More...]
The nights are starting to get longer and summer is finally fading away, which means it's time to head to Cardiff for the 9th annual Iris Prize film festival. Running from October 7th until the awards ceremony on … [Read More...]
GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) has long been one of the highest-profile LGBT advocacy groups in the the US, thanks to its work challenging the US entertainment industry to be more inclusive … [Read More...]
The blogosphere got a bit angry with Matt Damon earlier this week due to comments made in a Guardian interview, “I think it must be really hard for actors to be out publicly. But in terms of actors, I think you’re a … [Read More...]
For the last few years Alan Cumming has been extremely good on The Good Wife. Indeed he's been a little too good, as he's so talented it's felt a little silly that he's been playing a seond fiddle character. Now … [Read More...]
I'm sure there are a few people out there feeling a bit of schadenfreude today, as after huge amounts of criticism, accusations of white-washing and erasing trans people's importance to the 1969 Stonewall riots, … [Read More...]
To celebrate the release of The Houses of Halloween - on download, DVD from 5th October 2015 - we have a copy on DVD to giveaway courtesy of Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment.
A genuinely creepy concept that once … [Read More...]
To celebrate the release of Turbo Kid - on digital download 28th September and DVD/Blu-ray 5th October - we have a copy on DVD to giveaway!
Set in a vision of the future, Turbo Kid will be instantly recognisable … [Read More...]
Writing's On The Wall has already become the first Bond theme to score a number 1 of the UK music charts, but its only now that Sam Smith's tune has got a music video.
As you'd expect for the theme song from a … [Read More...]
The Devil Goes Down To Georgia is one of the greatest songs ever written (don't argue with me, it is), but also one that's not the easiest to do a cover version of.
That didn't put off classical string quartet … [Read More...]
Levi Michaels got a massive following of devoted fans thanks to his gay porn work - and we're not surprised as he's one hot specimen, who manages to be sweet on screen while also being gorgeous and seemingly really … [Read More...]