“For a work touted as blackness for Black people, Queen & Slim ultimately offers not hope or a way forward, but more images of beautiful Black corpses added to the growing canon of Black death for consumption. And I’m simply not able to keep bearing witness.”
Season of Love has the same mistletoe mishaps of any holiday movie, but with 200% more queerness.
If Disney wasn’t ready to explicitly represent a fifth of its young audience, they could’ve at least given Elsa a gal pal. I don’t need to see Elsa make out with the mysterious voice calling her to the next chapter of queer life, but lord did it have to be her mother?
The movie pays homage to its predecessors while still charting its own course.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire pushes against the boundaries of the screen, frantically, lovingly, desperately, erotically.
A very merry Christmas to us all! Netflix’s new holiday movie has a queer romance!
It doesn’t really matter what you watch as long as it has a few good scares. But why not bond with your crush over some very pointed queer horror? Here’s a list of ten films to watch this Halloween based specifically on what type of crush is currently haunting you.
If the idea of having children as queer women is a fraught and complicated topic, Good Manners opens itself up to the mess.
The fearsome thriller exposes the horror of unsupportive white partners.
Five vampire couples who may not be safe to hang around when they’re hungry, but are pretty good girlfriends
It’s officially October, which means it’s time to break out the horror movies. Here are a few suggestions to win over your summer crush that will be gone by spring.
Using Barbara Creed’s ‘The Monstrous Feminine’ as a guide, I take you on a journey of exploration and analysis across the lethal lesbian kisses of horror history.
This is a ghost story. This is a horror movie. This is two decades of queer lives free to live.
She lets Miriam bite her arm. She lets Miriam suck her blood. She enjoys it. She wants more. She wants all of it.
Why did this movie tank so hard that it was almost immediately out of theaters in America? Why did this not get the coverage or accolades it deserved for being the first mainstream Bollywood movie about a lesbian relationship?
Well, long story short, the movie is bad.
In a literary and historicist sense, Dante’s Divine Comedy was a mulit-volume narrative poem that advanced some notable theological suppositions about the afterlife; in another, more honest sense, though, it’s about what a fucking unreal silver fox Linda Hamilton is.
As The Haunting of Hill House has found new life across decades, the queerness has become more explicit yet less important to the overall work.
The real horror is straight people.
If you can’t handle the titties, get out the strip club, babe. Even if it’s a fictional one.
“Jennifer Lopez’s entrance in Hustlers is better than any of us could have dreamed. But days later, the scene that won’t stop playing in my head happens almost directly afterwards, on the rooftop of the club where Ramona and Destiny work.”