“No White Shoes After Labor Day…!”

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.)… Read More

10 Must-See Gaytainments to Look Forward to in 2018

  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… Read More

Amy Schumer and Anna Wintour Swap Lives | Vogue

Vogue Published on Jun 16, 2016 It’s not easy being the Editor in Chief of Vogue, or, for that matter, a world renowned comedian. Or is it? Anna Wintour and Amy Schumer make the trade—find out who prevails in the ultimate career swap. Vogue YouTube Channel AmericanVogue YouTube.com

Everybody Smoked…..

As if by the light of a match, the country started smoking cigarettes.  Advertising for them was everywhere, sponsoring radio and television programs, featuring celebrities and movie stars (and a future POTUS).  Quotes from Doctors were not uncommon.             Rock Hudson, Ronald Reagan, John Wayne, Paul Newman, Lucille Ball and… Read More

Valerian Official Movie Site | Now Playing

Spectacular visuals – check out the website.  I wanna go see the movie now. VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS is the visually spectacular new adventure film from Luc Besson, the legendary director of The Professional, The Fifth Element and Lucy, based on the ground-breaking comic book series which inspired a generation of… Read More

David Bowie

So many years pass yet similarities are obvious.   Was David Bowie being clever, leaving behind a message for us?    Or was it his goodbye to Thomas Jerome Newton? Some who’ve followed Bowie over the course of his career deliberate about what meaning or message he was sending.   Such mystery sparks imaginative conversations… Read More

Only When I Laugh

A classic from 1981 with Marsha Mason in the role of Broadway actress Georgia Hines and Kristy McNichol as her estranged daughter Polly.  Neal Simon wrote the screenplay based on his play “The Gingerbread Lady”. James Coco as her “gay” friend Jimmy Perrino and Joan Hackett as youth-obsessed Toby Landau are great in their supporting roles.… Read More