We have reviewed 1978’s classic La Cage Aux Folles before, so if you’re just interested in the movie, you can click here to see what we had to say about it. The movie has just had a Criterion Collection release in … [More...]
My Own Private Idaho is the sort of film that really shouldn’t work. The movie apparently came about when writer/director Gus Van Sant was working on three separate scripts and then decided to merge them all … [More...]
Coffee House Chronicles was originally an anthology Youtube web series, but here the episodes get pulled together and slightly recut to turn them into a movie. While that may sound like a slightly cheating way to … [More...]
120 BPM has been eliciting praise ever since it debuted at Cannes last year, including winning the Grand Prix and Queer Palm at the festival. It’s gone on to win multiple other awards, including Best Film at the … [More...]
You can’t win with a gay audience. Whenever a gay-themed movie or TV show comes along that’s given a higher profile/mainstream release, it ends up generating controversy. The problem seems to be that their rarity … [More...]
The first poster for the upcoming biopic of legendary gay photographer Robert Mapplethorpe has arrived, as like the provocative artist, it's interested in a man's crotch. The biopic, starring Matt Smith, has its … [Read More...]
Last summer it was revealed that Stan Zimmerman and James Berg were working on a sitcom called Silver Foxes, described as a kind of 'gay Golden Girls'. Zimmerman and Berg even wrote episodes of the classic … [Read More...]
Remains Of The Day and Howard's End director James Ivory recently became the oldest Oscar-winner ever for his screenplay for Call Me By Your Name. However, age doesn't mean he doesn't with there weren't more flesh … [Read More...]
Greg Berlanti's gay-themed teen movie Love, Simon has received some great reviews and strong word of mouth since it opened in the US last Friday. The promotion of the film has also revealed a few interesting titbits … [Read More...]
A Wrinkle In Time might not have been the all-conquering box office juggernaut many had hoped the first $100+ million budget film directed by a woman of colour would be. However, while historically a single … [Read More...]
The BBC's The Social is a digital content stream featuring creative young people from all over Scotland. One of its latest videos is a poetic look a modern day homophobia. The poem explores things many gay people … [Read More...]
The gay-themed movie Coffee House Chronicles is out on DVD and VoD now in the UK courtesy of TLA Releasing. We’ve teamed up with them to give away three copies of the film on DVD in this competition!
The new … [Read More...]
To celebrate the release of MY OWN PRIVATE IDAHO - available on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital HD Dual Format from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment 9th April 2018 - we are giving away a copy!
From acclaimed director … [Read More...]
It's one of the all-time gay classic and perhaps the first international gay-themed mainstream hit - 1978's La Cage Aux Folles. The movie is being released on Criterion Collection Blu-ray in the UK on April 2nd 2018 … [Read More...]
To celebrate the release of TERRIFIER - available on Digital HD 30th March and DVD 2nd April 2018 - we are giving away a copy on DVD.
A hair-raising homage to the grindhouse slashers, Terrifier is a thrilling, … [Read More...]