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Filmmaker Dean Francis adapts the Stephen Davis play "Drown" to cinematic form, co-writing the screenplay with Davis and handling directorial duties.
"Post-gay" Glatze seems just as convinced as "pre-straight" Glatze was about the artificiality of sexual labels, and on the primacy of the need for following his own path. But the movie could have gone farther still.
Do yourself a favor and purchase John Carpenter's scathing political satire Blu-ray before the recently announced, dreaded remake comes to theaters.
In "The Star Without A Name" at the Dragon Theatre, a mysterious, glamorous woman is thrown from a late-night train and into the welcoming arms of a lonely eccentric.
The members of True Colors, an LGBTQ+ youth theatre troupe sponsored by The Theater Offensive, work collaboratively to create activist art. Their finished product is brought to area schools to teach equality through diversity.
Jane M. Saks and Project& bring E. Patrick Johnson's hit one-man show "Sweet Tea: Black Gay Men of the South," to Los Angeles for a special engagement at TST @ Stella Adler Theatre in Hollywood, April 29 - May 3.
The title of Scream Factory's latest Blu-ray evokes an air of mystery and shuddering fear that doesn't quite come to fruition.
After the successful outing featuring those cute but mischievous set of furry monsters known as "Gremlins a whole slew of cheap knock-offs came on the film market quickly. One such imitator can now be seen as a Blu-ray double-feature from the Scream Factory folks.
The gorgeously shot twist on the vampire tale "A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night" is an instant indie-classic with a stunning Blu-ray release by Kino Lorber.
Robert Askins "Hand to God" is a delightful mix of the raunchy puppet humor of "Avenue Q" and the horror of "The Exorcist."
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