Several years ago, when I was still figuring myself out, I went through a phase in which […]
.I’m currently (always) deeply obsessed with the dulcet voice of Diego Luna, and because of many hours of text message squeeing with my friend over him, I thought it only fitting to share my favorite Diego Luna movie for this week’s film recommendation.
There was a time in my life when traditional rom-coms seemed empty and vapid, and I turned to indie LGBTQ+ films to fill the void. Okay, I still do. There’s just something about the earnestness and realness that comes with the subculture that appeals to me. Also, the stories always resonate with me more than traditional rom-coms, and gee, sometimes I wonder why I didn’t figure myself out sooner. Anyway this week’s pic is a cute little film called Saving Face, starring Joan Chen, Michelle Krusiec, and Lynn Chen.
If you’ve never heard of this musical, it’s a glittery, hedonistic, and seductive affair. A young British […]
I can’t tell you how many times I watched this film in college with my bestie. He and I lived for To Wong Foo, and it still retains fondness in my heart for the way it changed America’s perspective on the drag community.
Also, it has my queen, Rupaul.
I have a friend, a good friend, who differs in opinion on almost every movie we see. Our […]
Every once in a while, I click on whatever title Netflix suggests to me first without really reading […]
Now this is the law of the jungle, as old and as true as the sky, / And […]
On this day in 1962, Stanley Kubrick‘s Lolita was released. One of the most controversial films ever made, it was […]