Looking for validation. Validating yourself and looking for a community that will validate you too. ...continue »
I get SUPER geeky about Mad Max: Fury Road, Ghostbusters (old and new) and queer geeks getting together en masse with Andrew Shearer of OnlineAthens (Athens Banner Herald)...continue »
The new Ninja Turtles movie is a doozy and very sharp...but not in a good way. ...continue »
Kickstarter funds a sequel to Yeti:A Love Story and delivers what the world has been waiting for! ...continue »
Solo-time director Stephen de Souza explains everything that went so, so wrong with <i>Street Fighter: The Movie</i>...continue »
This is a big week for Fox's Fantastic Four reboot as the studio is in the midst of screen tests for the starring roles in the Josh Trank-directed movie. According to multiple insiders, Kate Mara and Emmy Rossum tested for the part of Sue Storm, aka the Invisible Woman, on Tuesday....continue »
Exploring the motifs and queer themes behind Hellraiser, Nightbreed, and other films from the iconic gay horror author. ...continue »
The end of winter was sort of a non-event in NYC. We had one of the warmest and least-snowy winters on record. Not enough romantic cuddling by the TV as the blizzard whoops outside, right? Here are ten wintery movies with high geek-appeal to help you get that fix for snow. Dim the lights and pretend the weather outside is frightful. ...continue »
Graphic artist Peter Stults has created a series of alternate universe movie posters that are so beautiful they'll have you questioning your own reality....continue »
This summer, the Coney Island Film Society is hosting a "Rock n Roll Summer" film series. It features a number of familar standards and favorites ranging from Hedwig and Hairspray to Purple Rain, Tommy, and The Wall. But one film seems to have swung in from the rafters and captured my jaded heart (despite is gruesome appearance): Phantom of the Paradise. ...continue »