Another Gay Movie

Posted on 1 April 2020

What does Quiche Lorraine, high school seniors, and a quest to lose their anal virginity have in common – they’re all included in this spoof of comedy classic “American Pie”, albeit with quite a queer twist! But is this just another parody or does “Another Gay Movie” strong enough to stand up on its own? Let’s dig into this hysterical comedic romp! The Quest for Anal … I mean, the Plot! “We dunno shit about…



At Last

Posted on 20 February 2021

Ah, Senior Prom. A night that many LGBTQ folks either loved because they could fully express themselves, or they dreaded. For Lauren, it’s actually both! Despite going with her best friend “Flash”, she actually changes into a tux and meets up with her crush – Sam. But the two girls sharing their first kiss is not the only dramatic twist of this queer short! Read on to find out more, as well as find out…




Posted on 29 April 2020

“Fairies” was successful short on its own before writer/director Tom Gustafson decided to expand the story into the 2008 feature film, “Were the World Mine.” I have a confession to make: I LOVE “WTWM” and didn’t even realise that this short exists first. Unfortunately, that means that my review of “Fairies” is through this retrospective viewpoint and thus already a tad biased. But what I was pleasantly surprised about “Fairies” is that all of the…



Giant Little Ones

Posted on 15 April 2020

Wow – “Giant Little Ones” is a powerful film; full of vibrant visually laid out moments that are underscored by an energetic electronic soundtrack. But what makes this film even stronger is the script – and how it masterfully delves into the world of high school adolescent teenagers trying to figure out their sexuality in a modern, sex and party fuelled atmosphere. Writer & Director Keith Behrman weaves all of these elements to create a…



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I Am Jonas

Posted on 27 October 2020

This film caught me off guard. Knowing that I was a bit late to the party after it dropped on Netflix a good while back, I also knew nothing about the plot until I sat down to watch it tonight. I’m actually glad! “I Am Jonas”, aka as “Jonas”, is a new and thrilling entry to the Queer Film oeuvre from the brilliant Christophe Charrier. This mystery balances between two timelines in Jonas’ life, bouncing…


Pansexual Films to Watch for Pansexual Awareness Day

Posted on 23 May 2023

May 24 is Pansexual Awareness Day, so you know what that means? Happy Pansexual Awareness Day! Pansexuality is the sexual, romantic, or emotional attraction towards people of all genders, or regardless of their sex or gender identity. Yet for such a simple definition, the application of the word is what often trips many folks up! Many pansexuals explain their sexuality as “gender-blind”, ie not letting a person’s sex or gender determine their attraction towards that…



Were the World Mine

Posted on 17 June 2020

In “Were The World Mine”, Director/Writer Tom Gustafson takes his well-received short, “Fairies“, and expanded it into a feature length film that addresses the question: If you had a love-potion, who would you make fall madly in love with you? Additionally, he finally answers many of the questions we were left wondering from his short. Those answers are woven amid a retelling/twist of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and the magical world of fairies – except this…



You’ll Get Over It

Posted on 21 February 2021

French cinema is quite interesting, especially films made for TV. While the storylines sometimes feel a bit melodramatic, like a soap opera, french films also have a deeper philosophical depth that is quite refreshing. “You’ll Get Over It (À Cause d’un Garçon)” is a prime example of this cinematic style, part of the TV film series: Carnets d’ado. With a realistic script, director Fabrice Cazeneuve & writer Vincent Molina brought a sensitive subject to French primetime TV….