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  • The Third party (Filipino/Tagalog)
    by noreply@blogger.com (Golu) on March 22, 2019 at 01:31

    A romantic comedy film, this film has a very interesting premise when started but somehow somewhere in between, I felt the makers were confused as to what genre did they really wanna focus on. It was primarily drama but the comic scenes or dialogues […]

  • Tinta Bruta (Portuguese) [Hard Paint]
    by noreply@blogger.com (Golu) on March 21, 2019 at 19:40

    A melancholic film about a troubled young adult who is shy, hates going out of home and has troubles connecting with people and making friends. He is awkward and withdrawn but at night he is sexually provocative webcam dancer for gay men. This film […]

  • Puoi Baciare lo Sposo (Italian) [My Big Gay Italian Wedding]
    by noreply@blogger.com (Golu) on March 20, 2019 at 00:19

    I absolutely loved this film. When a film manages to keep a constant smile and feel-good emotions inside you throughout its runtime, it already has done its job to a large extent. And to top that, me laughing out loud in a couple of scenes was just […]

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  • Consequences
    by Ali Naro on March 21, 2019 at 19:26

    Starring – Matej Zemljič, Timon Šturbej, Gašper Markun, Lovro Zafred, Lea Cok Written and directed by Darko Štante 2018 When I was a teenager back in the 1980s, the movie about troubled youth that I watched the most […]

  • Nina
    by Ali Naro on March 19, 2019 at 18:30

    Starring – Julia Kijowska, Eliza Rycembel, Andrzej Konopka, Maria Peszek, Katarzyna Gniewkowska, Tatiana Pauhofová Directed by Olga Chajdas 2018 Even though I’m 46 years old, and with that age means that I’m supposed to be […]

  • America In Transition
    by Ali Naro on March 14, 2019 at 15:10

    Directed by André Pérez 2019 I watched the Revry original series America In Transition a few days ago and had planned to jump on my computer that same day to write up a review. But I found I had no words to say, the series had hit me […]

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  • Win The Miseducation of Cameron Post DVD & Book!
    by Tim Isaac on February 4, 2019 at 00:07

    To celebrate the release of THE MISEDUCATION OF CAMERON POST – out now on VOD and available on DVD from 4th Feb. 2019 – we have a DVD and book to giveaway! Chloë Grace Moretz stars in the award winning and critically acclaimed coming-of-age drama THE MISEDUCATION OF CAMERON POST. The film was written, produced […] Win The Miseducation of Cameron Post DVD & Book! from Big Gay Picture Show […]

  • Seventeen Trailer – The vagaries of teen romance erupt in the lesbian-themed film
    by Tim Isaac on January 28, 2019 at 22:55

    Synopsis: ‘Somewhere in Lower Austria; the school term is drawing to a close and the summer holidays are not far off. Boarding school pupil Paula, seventeen, is secretly in love with her girlfriend Charlotte. But Charlotte’s go- ing out with Michael. Lovelorn, Paula decides to try and take her mind of things by getting involved […] Seventeen Trailer – The vagaries of teen romance erupt in the lesbian-themed film from Big Gay Picture Show […]

  • My Best Friend Trailer – Gay romance flickers between two teen boys
    by Tim Isaac on January 28, 2019 at 22:38

    Synopsis: ‘Lorenzo is a good and studious teenager who lives with his family in a small town in Patagonia. One day his father decides to help out an old friend by offering his son to stay with them for a while. The young and handsome Caito arrives, mysterious and rebellious. Lorenzo is at first suspicious […] My Best Friend Trailer – Gay romance flickers between two teen boys from Big Gay Picture Show […]

  • New Sauvage Trailer – The gay prostitute movie that divided Cannes is coming soon
    by Tim Isaac on January 28, 2019 at 22:16

    I’m always a bit dubious about reports that a film prompted walkouts, as it can’t help but sound like a marketing ploy. However, there were apparently quite a few people who didn’t get through to the end of the screenings of Sauvage at Cannes, due to its graphic approach to its story. However, many of […] New Sauvage Trailer – The gay prostitute movie that divided Cannes is coming soon from Big Gay Picture Show […]

  • Nina Trailer – A surrogacy plan leads to unexpected lesbian romance
    by Tim Isaac on January 28, 2019 at 22:03

    Synopsis: ‘Magda is a young unassuming lesbian who works at the airport. She has friends, she has lovers and she loves to party! Nina, on the other hand, is settled in her life – she enjoys her job as a teacher even though her mother is the school’s headmistress. She has a loving husband, Wojtek, […] Nina Trailer – A surrogacy plan leads to unexpected lesbian romance from Big Gay Picture Show […]

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  • u even podcast, bro?
    by noreply@blogger.com (jeffreygmm) on October 25, 2018 at 01:57

    One of my worst vices is listening to podcasts while playing my modded classic Nintendo when I'm supposed to be doing real work.   I don't even know how to use any of the games except Tetris and Dr. Mario and Mario 3 and the first level of Castlevania and sometimes Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street, but only when Mark comes over and neither of us know how to get past any levels so […]

  • sharing is caring
    by noreply@blogger.com (jeffreygmm) on October 22, 2018 at 15:32

    I hope you're all staying hydrated and doing your steps - we're in the final stretch to Halloween!  Anyway, this is Mark Gattis' History of Horror.  This is an older special, but it slaps.  Unlike Eli Roth, Mark doesn't hate gay people.  I like that in a man. […]

  • do as i say!
    by noreply@blogger.com (jeffreygmm) on October 19, 2018 at 15:26

    There is only one ranking of the Halloween franchise that matters. My ranking changes hourly with my moods, but as Jennifer Lopez once said: this is me now. 11. Halloween: Red State (2018) In a franchise that somehow managed to avoid queerness, this is the first Halloween movie that's actively homophobic.  It's not well made, it's weirdly racist and it's blatantly sponsored by the NRA. […]

  • i only make passes at guys who wear glasses
    by noreply@blogger.com (jeffreygmm) on October 16, 2018 at 16:26

    Once upon a time, I talked about prolific queer filmmaker David DeCoteau and his particular brand of direct to DVD horror movies in the aughts.  David's a sweet man in real life and you can't help but respect how specific his work is (i.e. hundreds of films that feature shirtless straight boys right off the bus from Iowa willing to do anything on camera for their big break even if that means […]

  • twenty years later
    by noreply@blogger.com (jeffreygmm) on October 11, 2018 at 21:51

    Happy Coming Out Day. In honor of the occasion, I'm coming out in favor of Halloween H20. Once upon a time, twenty years ago, I was a baby freshman in college and, even though I had known for years that I was gay as fuck (I worked in Musical Theatre since I was 12), I never had the guts to do anything about it til I met the right gorgeous sociopath. I remember two girl friends from […]