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Call Me By Your Name

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Luca Guadagnino’s latest, and best movie has been the subject of a stealth marketing campaign which revealed little of substance about the movie but somehow hyped expectations to a dizzy height.  Thankfully for once they proved extremely accurate as this near-faultless film about an intergenerational summer love affair is a sublimely perfect coming-of-age story that is … Continue reading




Call Your Father

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Queer filmmaker Jordan Firstman’s short film CALL YOUR FATHER is a disturbing tale about an intergenerational disconnect between two gay men hooking up for a date.  Greg (Craig Chester) a rather reserved 50 year-old is picking up 24 year-old Josh (played by Firstman) who is a bundle of uncontrollably energy.  The young man is a … Continue reading



History : Series 2

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There is something immensely satisfying about being able to binge watch a complete web series even when you realize that  with each episode a generous half an hour it’s the equivalent time of an epic movie.  However having being so entranced with the first season of Jack Tracy’s HISTORY (see our review here) and completely … Continue reading



Saturday Church

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When 14 year old Ulysses’s (Luka Kain) father suddenly dies, his mother (Margot Bingham) has to take on a second job to make ends meet. She somewhat reluctantly accepts an offer from Ulysses’ ultra-conservative Aunt Rose (Regina Taylor) to come to take care of him and his younger sibling after work until she gets home. The … Continue reading



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