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Is Your Boyfriend Single?

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    Rob Anderson is a (rather handsome) comedian who has a really fab YouTube Channel that contains his thoughtful queer series like BOYFRIEND TWINS and GAY SCIENCE, the latter answering important LGBTQ questions like:  “Will bottoms survive the apocalypse?” He has over 2.5 million social media followers, (that include Queerguru) who love his wicked … Continue reading



Queerguru reviews THE DUKE a delightful quintessential Brit comedy BY Roger Michell

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  There is a tinge of sadness to watching The Duke when you realize that it became the swan song of British film and theater director Roger Michell who recently died aged 65… Michell’s work included a  number of critically acclaimed productions at the National Theatre.  His filmography included The Buddha of Suburbia , Hudson in  … Continue reading



Sort Of : one of the funniest queer comedies on HBO Max

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    We’ve just come across this wee gem on HBO max that slipped by us when it was first released.  It’s the gentle story of a gender-fluid Toronto millennial of Pakistani heritage in an eight-part Canadian comedy about identity. It was created by its star, Bilal Baig, and director Fab Filippo, this and all … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Richard Gilles film review reveals that this was NOT Nicolas Maury’s Best Part

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  Queer actor and filmmaker Nicolas Maury was discovered internationally thanks to his role as an extroverted assistant in Call My Agent, the infamous series based in Paris about actors’  frantic agents. My Best Part is his directorial debut and he also plays the main lead, an openly gay, oversensitive, troubled actor reaching his 40s, … Continue reading



Radha Blank’s highly entertaining ‘The Forty-Year-Old- Version’ reviewed by Queerguru’s Janet Prolman

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  “The Forty-Year-Old- Version“ is a highly entertaining film written, directed by, and starring Radha Blank. The title, a play on words (remember “The 40-Year-Old-Virgin?”), signals that despite its heavy subtext of the sexism, racism, and ageism in the theater world, the tone and delivery are not without humor and a bit of spoofing, The … Continue reading



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