• Fireworks



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    One of the most romantic movies I’ve ever seen. A joy to watch with a dear friend I haven’t had a chance to hangout with in awhile, and a joy to share with one who sees the immense beauty in this movie too. Wild I watched it almost a year ago today

    RE: June 7th 2022

    I love you like two bullets in the chamber on our last day together. In sickness and in Hell, in the bloom of flowers and fireworks, we will bite the bullet with our fingers entwined. I’m sorry. Thank you. 

    I love you.
    I love you.

  • Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse


    The entire Spiderverse crew really just made one of the best animated movies of all time and then were like “what if we top that and knock this shit out of the park so hard we nearly reinvent the fucking sport?” Just an absolute delight from beginning to end, no notes other than take all that very gay subtext and make it direct text. Everything I love about the genre, the medium, and these characters to the max.

    Every other…

  • Army of Darkness

    Army of Darkness


    They let Bruce Campbell out of Toontown to visit the Renaissance Faire and just let that shit roll.

    Can’t believe the skeleton war only happens because Ash mumbles the n-word. Moral of the story, none of that shit would have happened if us white people could keep the n-word out of our mouths. 

    Sure I miss the horror but no one else has committed to that slapstick Harryhausen bit as hard, or at all, like Raimi and Campbell

  • Alien³



    [to the Alien] 
    Ripley : You've been in my life so long, I can't remember anything else.

    There is a version of the Alien 3: Assembly Cut that fucking rules, with most of its constituent elements intact. But what is so engaging about the film—Ripley’s xenomorph violation in the cryopod and her suicide-abortion, as well as Weaver’s performance generally—only emerges fleetingly from a generally alright film. It’s not that the movie is bad, it’s that the movie could have been…

  • Nightbreed



    Yeah Nightbreed is barely coherent in its plot and edit but since when have us faggots ever aimed to be coherent? Clive Barker’s queer camp dark-fantasy messterpiece cuts deep in 2023 as the system and its militants ramps up their efforts to exterminate us, bolstered by stunning production design, a hatred of cops on par with The Devil’s Rejects, and a delightfully chilling and iconic slasher performance by babygirl David Cronenberg. Demands to be seen on the big screen in…

  • Killer Klowns from Outer Space

    Killer Klowns from Outer Space


    The Two Stooges honk some clown horns and go popsicle-deep in some clussy, what more do you want

    Balloon dog was the best character, followed by the Two Stooges and their ice cream truck. Would have been at least another star if those three had more screen time.

  • Bones and All

    Bones and All


    FAGGOT FRIDAY PRESENTS: Live Fast, Die Young, Leave A Beautiful Corpse: queer devouring in the Bush Sr years
    Pt (2/2): Bones & All

    “I too want a wound, that I can say you gave me.”
    —Casca (Berserk, Wounds Chapter 3)

    Shatteringly romantic, tender as my open throat between your teeth. Even the obnoxious first year tgirl who wandered in to the middle of our showing who told us the movie wasn’t “gay enough” and that we should have a “Femme Friday” so she could come, among other things, couldn’t stop me from crying in my girlfriend’s arms, surrounded by people I love dearly, during that final scene.

  • The Living End

    The Living End


    FAGGOT FRIDAY PRESENTS: Live Fast, Die Young, Leave A Beautiful Corpse: queer devouring in the Bush Sr years
    Pt (1/2): The Living End

    The whole movie is building to That Scene from the moment Luke struts onscreen with an unlit cigarette in his mouth. It feels odd to say that a rape scene is the best part of a movie but the way Araki builds and builds, gradually, until all of that alienation and desperation and rage boils over into…

  • Shocker



    Wes Craven has never taken the piss harder than what is effectively Nightmare On Elm Street running on high-voltage Scooby Doo chase scene energy. The first 40 minutes were genuinely scary and shockingly brutal before it stuck its tongue in a wall socket and roadrunnerd its charred living corpse across your television scene. Transcendently bonkers on every level so far beyond coherency it loops back around to goofy brilliance. Way too long but enjoyed every second of it.

    *Huey Lewis voice* 

  • The Long Good Friday

    The Long Good Friday


    Copped from a friend but The Long Good Friday asks the question: what if the IRA got Margaret Thatcher’s ass but she was a pre-DILF era gangster Bob Hoskins

  • Phantom of the Paradise

    Phantom of the Paradise


    Perfect movie, truly iconic and inspirational on every level. a tremendous joy to watch on the big screen presented by Annie Rose aka Girls Guts & Giallo!

    One day I will acquire the Phantom/Griffith mask and be reborn in blood as The Femdom Of The Paradise

  • The Duke of Burgundy

    The Duke of Burgundy


    Moths undergo metamorphosis but we’re still stuck to the same specimen box, you and I. We flap our wings but are still trapped by the same routines.

    So many thoughts about this one and I don’t think I’ll settle on it until I watch it again, but it’s hard not to read its ambiguity with anything but anxiety.

    Fucking wild film to go to with my gf and my ex-gf.