Saugatuck Cures

When the  movie opens with an overflowing blocked lavatory in a small Bed and Breakfast Guest House in Saugatuck, you can be forgiven if you panic slightly thinking that this small indie comedy may be headed down the toilet pan too. The place is run by Maggie and her ‘can’t get a date’ gay son … Continue reading


  One of the most powerful and provocative movies that completely divided the critics at the Cannes Film Festival this year was French writer-director Camille Vidal-Naquet’s debut feature Sauvage.  This story about a young street hustler in Strasburg who lived on his wits and despite his tough exterior turned out to be a whore with a … Continue reading

Say Yes : for a different life after death

  Writer/director Stewart Wade’s (Coffee Date) story of a bisexual triangle makes for an entertaining view even though it does expect us to stretch our imagination a little too far at times. Beau (Patrick Zeller) and  Lily (Leah McKendrick)  seem the perfect picture-book young married couple.  That is until one day Beau comes home from … Continue reading

Scenes From A Gay Marriage

Darren’s been dumped by his boyfriend. It’s not totally surprising as though he is a rather  handsome and congenial young man in his 20’s he doesnt work, has no intentions of getting a job, and is a little too obsessed with himself.  He is even more fixated with a couple of his neighbors who live … Continue reading

Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood

Scotty Bowers is a 94-year-old white-haired rascally old man who can remember the old days when he was the procurer that used to feed Hollywood stars’ insatiable appetite for all sorts of forbidden sex as if it was yesterday.  However, with most of the people he names in his rather mind-boggling stories being long dead, it is left … Continue reading

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