We love a Netflix original about a bunch of bad-ass women, and Glow is our latest obsession. Showcasing a bunch of unsatisfied women in the gender roles of the 80’s wanting to break out this wrestling comedy drama is the shit.
During this years pride month you’ve most likely stumbled across an odd addition to the LGBT family at Pride festivals, news articles, and in memes – well prepare to be Babashook by this years hottest new gay icon; The Babadook.
Female-fronted Netflix shows are the bomb-diggity, an early noughties throwback about a savvy hustler starting her own fashion business while juggling her complicated life is honestly more than we could ask for – and we’re so greatful.
Last year Todrick Hall dropped a Lemonade-esque visual album, Straight Outta Oz. Now he has reworked his successful project into a deluxe edition feature.
With the gay-baiting controversy surrounding the live action remake of the iconic Disney musical Beauty and the Beast, the more serious and subdued trailers for the movie, and the less than stellar rendition of the title song but John Legend and Ariana Grande, my expectations for this movie were pretty low before walking into the cinema.
By now we are sure you are all well aware that the live-action version of Beauty And The Beast is gearing up to feature Disney’s first ever gay character – but not without controversy.
Sometimes you find a gay movie that is so spectacular it transcends its niche market into the mainstream, heralded by applause from audiences and critics – The 10 Year Plan is not one of those movies.