A Night to Remember Hosting Your Home Oscar Party

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by Bryan Tillman Hollywood’s most anticipated event will take place on Sunday, Feb. 27. You too can get in on all of the glamour and glitz of the Oscars by hosting your own Academy Awards-themed party. Here is a guide you will need for the best invitations, decorations, food, drinks, and game ideas that will have others calling you a ... Read More »


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by Elijah Sarkesian   Ah, the Academy Awards – Hollywood’s biggest night. It’s here again, and there will be plenty of places you can watch this year’s Neil Patrick Harris-hosted event. Whether you’re watching from a bar hosting an Oscar party or from the comfort of your own home, though, you’ll want to make smart guesses as to what films ... Read More »

The Interview – What Exactly Was the Point Again?

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by Jeffery Silvey When North Korea hacked Sony and threatened the movie The Interview, Americans stood together with feigned interest in an act of solidarity to actively protest this attack on freedom of speech. After we all started watching the movie on Netflix, we started asking ourselves the same questions we asked about the war in Iraq: What exactly was ... Read More »

Film Review: ‘The Gays’


I recently watched The Gays and was quite taken away with the movie. It is a raunchy comedy that depicts what happens when a man is purposely raised to be gay. To keep it short and simple, this guy explains what it was like being raised by two male parents through a series of stories that he experienced during his ... Read More »

A Hader You Can Love: SNL alumnus talks tasty men, Stefon and his ‘license to be totally fabulous’


Saturday night is a lot less spicy without Stefon, the fabulous “Weekend Update” club correspondent that turned actor Bill Hader into a comic star. But fear not. While Stefon has retired from Saturday Night Live to a “haunted diaper” in Chelsea, as Hader tells me in our recent chat, the funny-man flexes his impressive dramatic chops in The Skeleton Twins, ... Read More »

The World According to John Lithgow


There’s a beautiful moment in Ira Sachs’ indie hit Love Is Strange involving two older men – a New York couple, forced to live apart after one of them loses his job, tearfully embraces. Life-changing? No. But that’s the point: Its simplicity is a revelation. That distinctly post-gay perspective is what attracted John Lithgow to the role of Uncle Ben, an ... Read More »

Fall Movie Preview: Looking for Big Budget Masterpieces


You know it’s been too long of a summer when the most talked about movie contains a monosyllabic talking tree and a Bradley Cooper as a raccoon. We’re ready for what looks to be an awesome fall movie season bringing back giant epics like the conclusion of The Hobbit and the nearly there conclusion of Hunger Games filmed right here ... Read More »

Atlanta’s Out on Film announces 2014 festival line-up. 27th annual Atlanta LGBT film festival to open with “Blackbird” and close with charmer “Eat With Me”


The previously announced opening night film is Patrik-Ian Polk’s “Blackbird.” ‘Blackbird” stars Julian Walker as 17-year-old Randy, a devout choir boy living in a conservative Mississippi town, struggling to understand his sexuality while also caring for his mother following his sister’s disappearance. The film is the first starring role for Mo’Nique following her Oscar-winning performance in “Precious” and features Isaiah Washington as ... Read More »

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