Grease 2 has more terrible puns, more surprise dance numbers, and more ketchup-based flirtations than its older sibling. It also has about twelve times the camp, and Michelle Pfeiffer. You’re sold, right?
Warner Bros. is finally making a movie with Wonder Woman! They’ve announced that actress Gal Gadot will be playing the Amazonian warrior in the upcoming Batman vs. Superman movie.
What if everyone really was gay? Movies would be so much better, that’s what.
“The first thing I learned was that Kathleen Hanna can do literally anything.”
Evan Rachel Wood’s latest film had a sex scene cut out of it after the MPAA threatened to give it a NC-17 rating. Luckily for us, she isn’t the type to sit by and let that stand.
“Despite its pro-gay attitude, the film fails to break the pattern of transphobic narratives in cinema, perhaps because it doesn’t understand that trans people are not the same as cis gay people.”
Oh shit you guys tonight’s the night. TONIGHT’S THE NIGHT.
If you’re looking for a primer in all the ways that modern media is still failing queers, this film is a good start.
Open ’til midnight.
“Just look at every woman’s face here and tell me they are straight. I dare you.”
From Psycho to The Silence of the Lambs, horror movies have a long history of using trans* women as insane murderers and creepy villains. It contributes to very real and very violent transmisogyny against actual trans* women.
The first thing you should know about “Concussion” is that Robin Weigert has sex.
The queers of California’s Central Valley gather for Reel Pride, which screens over thirty independent LGBT films during a five-day festival.
Most people who love this movie would never categorize it as gay, but that’s just because they don’t watch it with hopeful queer eyes.
Okay, the most important thing you need to know is that there’s a bedazzled plush vagina costume in the first two minutes of Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf?.
For a long time the Bechdel test has seemingly been the only tool we have to examine sexist trends in Hollywood. Now, thanks to Pacific Rim, the Mako Mori test is here to help.
“Of the 101 films released last year by the six major studios, only five films contained any semblance of queer lady representation.”
While queer visibility is rising in Bollywood films, there is still a long ways to go for queer women.