So said Beverly Sutphin – actress Kathleen Turner – in John Waters’ 1994 comedy/satire “Serial Mom”.
The lady perpetrating the fashion faux-pas is played by Patty Hearst. (If you don’t know who Patty Hearst is and what happened in 1974 – just do an internet search for “Patty Hearst SLA” and you’ll get the gist.)
Bohemian Rhapsody is a foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury, who defied stereotypes and shattered convention to become one of the most be…more
I saw Star Wars in the summer of 1977 and countless times on cable TV. I’ve been to see many of the prequels and sequels; or whatever they are, who can keep track? Once Revenge of the Sith was over, I was kinda over Star Wars.
These subsequent movies may be fine, but they just don’t grab my interest or generate the excitement the original trilogy seemed to have. Solo? He was full of it anyway. 😉
Now that 2017 has come to a close, our wilting Christmas trees have moved to the curb, and everyone resolves to get into shape for the coming year (see how long that lasts), the time has come to look ahead at 2018 and all things queer in the entertainment world.
These movies and television shows stand out from the pack, some for featuring queer talent …
Dawn Davenport lives for Christmas morning and the cha-cha heels she’s wanted forever. When Christmas comes and it doesn’t turn out as she expected, all hell breaks loose. Dawn runs away from home and experiences a series of misfortunes that lead to a bizarre, freakish, distorted, perversion of life.