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In Theaters Now - Call Me By Your Name

It felt strange watching a peak arthouse movie (a bildungsroman about a young musical prodigy falling for an older grad student in 1980s Italy doesn’t get much arthouse-y-er) in a multiplex theater, especially when we already have an arthouse theater down the road that’s still playing The Shape of Water, but the times they are a-changing. 2,064 more words


Films of 2017: Call Me By Your Name is a gay film for straight people

From A Fantastic Woman to BPM to God’s Own Country to Beach Rats, 2017 was a banner year for queer cinema. So far only the first of those films has managed to convert critical acclaim into Hollywood awards buzz. 981 more words

A Year to be Queer - 2017 in LGBT+ Cinema

Mainstream Hollywood offers us the same old shit, time and time again. It’s either ‘queer as stereotype’, ‘queer as tragedy figure’ or ‘queer so fleeting you barely notice them’. 1,318 more words


Give the gift of great gay movies!

Looking for a great gift or stocking stuffer this holiday season? Why not give the gift of great gay movies? A Dekkoo.com subscription is perfect for the special fella(s) on your holiday shopping list! 48 more words


Films of 2017: God's Own Country is a love story for Brexit Britain

Upon it’s release in September, the phrase “the British Brokeback Mountain” hovered over the stunning God’s Own Country like a bad smell. The comparison seems fairly apt: both depict tender, troubled gay love affairs blossoming between farmers in picturesquely wild countryside. 536 more words

Is this what Queerbaiting looks like in 2017?

The chiselled jawline, the beard, the tousled blond hair, the glistening blue eyes gazing off into the distance… Armie Hammer broods invitingly from the cover of this month’s… 538 more words

Lamenting Leviticus: Joe Ahearne talks B&B

You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination. (Leviticus 18:22)

A classic line from Leviticus’ Greatest Hits there, and one that still gets spun two millennia after its authoring by the more fundamentalist Christians in our society. 1,439 more words

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