First Kill’s Cancellation Is a Major Loss for Lesbian and Black Representation
Although the budget was a dollar and a dream, Netflix’s ‘First Kill’ managed to gain over 90 million viewing hours and a small cult following. So why was it canceled? Given the trends in series cancellations, it may have been because of the Black and queer protagonists.
San Junipero: Queer Heaven on Earth
Battles will come and go and queer people do die for their identity and fights for rights, but that doesn’t mean the gays don’t deserve their happy endings in stories.
‘Love, Victor’ Season 3 Review: Disney+ Means More Disney Fluff
This Pride month, Hulu’s ‘Love, Victor’ comes to a close with its third and final season—it’s most complicated yet sweetest season yet.
The Skeleton In The Closet: 8 LGBTQ+ Horror Films Claiming The Genre
When you think of the horror genre, the LGBTQ+ community is probably one of the last things you think of. However, horror is much more queer-coded than you may think.
I’m a Friend Of Dorothy – Judy Garland as a Gay Icon
A code adopted by gay men and LGBTQ+ individuals in general to subtly disclose your identity to another, “friend of Dorothy” is widely considered to originate with Judy Garland.
‘Stardust’: Charlie Cox Shines in a Quirky but Cute Fantasy Romance
Given that Charlie Cox is having a moment with the rise in interest in ‘Daredevil,’ let’s return to one of his earlier movies: the fantasy romance ‘Stardust’ where he shines amidst a slew of characters, from a stereotypical witch to a crossdressing pirate.
Broken Systems: Racism and Capitalism in “My Beautiful Laundrette”
My Beautiful Laundrette is often referenced as a positive LGBTQIA+ film because our two main characters are in a homosexual relationship with no shame, fear of violence or criticism. The struggle is not their sexuality. It is the treatment of the Pakistani citizens in England.
Wolfwalkers Deserves More Acclaim Than Luca For Pride Awareness Through A Metaphor
It is the attention to detail that makes Wolfwalkers resonate more than Luca for Queer representation
Tick, Tick… BOOM! Is An Artist’s Fond Tribute To His Idol For All Fans of Musical Theater
At its heart, it’s a fond tribute to an influential artist and thus one that can speak to everyone’s inner artist, even if it lacks the sincere commentary you may wish to see.
So You’re STILL Quarantined: ANOTHER 19 Movies to Catch Up on for Each Streaming Service
There is no such thing as watching too many movies. Since we’re still quarantined, I wanted to recommend another 19 movies for people to check out across Netflix, HBO Max, and more.