dreamboaters

All Aboard ‘Dream Boat’ For Love, Lust, Libations And Liberation

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Filmmaker Tristan Ferland Milewski dives deep into the culture of the gay ocean cruise, specifically the “Dream Boat,” a luxury liner that provides an all-gay, week-long, once a year vacation through the Mediterranean Sea. To be sure, Milewski knows his audience and provides a visual feast of hard-bodied, sun-worshipping men wearing tiny pool attire that…

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boysinthebandrevival

Quinto, Bomer, Parsons Joining ‘Boys In The Band’ Broadway Revival

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“Show me a happy homosexual and I’ll show you a gay corpse.” That’s an immortal line from Mart Crowley’s seminal 1968 play The Boys in the Band — and a chilly reminder of the way things were prior to queer liberation. In 1968, Crowley’s story of a group of angry queer men at a dinner…

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fantasticwoman

‘A Fantastic Woman’ Might Nab Oscar Nomination For Trans Actor

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Chile’s submission for the 90th Academy Awards might nab history’s first Oscar nomination for a trans performer. A Fantastic Woman, which recently began press screenings in the States, stars Daniela Vega as Marina, a gorgeous, captivating trans woman who fends off cruel and violent attacks from the family of her cis lover. While Marina’s gender…

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horrorstories

Happy Hallokween! Check Out These Terrifying Short Films Featuring LBGT Stories

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By Evan Lambert Stumped about what to pick for your Hallokween viewing? Well, first of all, baby, what is you doing? There are some great options here and here. However, if you’re sick of mainlining Hocus Pocus, then we have a quick fix for you. Right now, on go90, you can watch some creepy AF…

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limpwrist

Queercore Pioneer Limp Wrist’s Scott Moore On New Fans, New Records

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Queercore pioneer Scott Moore was introduced to punk by a high school teacher, an instrumental turning point in his creative future. He recently spoke with Pitchfork’s Jesse Dorris to discuss his extraordinary body of music—notably as guitarist with Limp Wrist and the more noisy-pop Flesh World—that harvested the sound and energy of punk minus the…

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novmoviepreview

Nine Movies You Shouldn’t Miss In November

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In November, we’ll see the release of a large number of Oscar-bait prestige films, meticulously crafted biopics, dramas adapted from acclaimed novels, superhero sequels and even a couple wholly original films. But there will also be plenty of turkeys fighting for screen time at the multiplex before Thanksgiving. Speaking of turkeys, will Trump pardon one…

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spaceyrapp

Kevin Spacey Comes Out After Anthony Rapp Alleges Underage Encounter

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Anthony Rapp (Star Trek: Discovery, Rent) has gone public with accusations Kevin Spacey physically pressured him into a sexual situation when he was just 14 years old. At the time of the alleged incident, Spacey was 26. Both actors were working simultaneously on separate Broadway productions. Rapp says that Spacey invited him to a party…

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paullyndehalloween

Treat Yourself To Bitchy, Witchy ‘Paul Lynde Halloween Special’

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By Marilyn Welch Though nonexistent in the reality-TV dominance of today, variety shows were a whoop-di-doo at the advent of television—The Jack Benny Show, The Judy Garland Show, The Toast of the Town (later changed to The Ed Sullivan Show). Then there were “specials” too, like An Evening With Fred Astaire in 1958, and holiday…

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floridaproject

Film Review: ‘Florida Project,’ Baker’s Transcendent ‘Tangerine’ Follow Up

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By Joe Fritts Growing up in Ohio, Florida was 1,900 miles away, but still all around me. We vacationed there, and only there. When I was first striking out on my own, I, like my father before me, spent eight months living in the Sunshine State. While he was there, my father lived in a…

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godsowncountryreview

Film Review: Epic, Poetic ‘God’s Own Country’ Among Year’s Best

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By Evan Lambert Johnny Saxby (Josh O’Connor), the protagonist of God’s Own Country, is the kind of guy you’d hook up with in the midst of a full Tuesday night blackout. He’s taciturn and messy, and he wakes up every morning with hangover breath. He’s a proud fuckboy, and his mouth is puckered up in…

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