By special request, my friend Donut McQueen loves horror films with a gay twist, so we’re sharing this Best of Fun epsisode today! (Originally posted on 10.02.08) Look out behind you! Do not go in […]
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The queens mopped up at this year’s Academy Awards with Olivia Coleman and Rami Malek both getting an Oscar for portraying outlandish queens.
The 91st Academy Awards was also a celebration of Black and Latinx talent but some aren’t too happy with the white savior trope of Green Book which won best film and best supporting actor. And Carol Channing was left out of the in Memorium.
When Andy Warhol famously said, “in the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes,” we’re not sure he realized that for so many people, it would be because they didn’t have any clothes on.
Today Billy Santoro, one of the biggest stars of DIY films joins us to talk about the roller coaster ride film stars get from their fans, from heartfelt acts of kindness to horrifyingly cruel hate.
The holidays are upon us and we are about to be treated to the screaming sounds of children so it’s easy to imagine them as the starring monster in any horror film.
Today horror movie maniac Peaches Christ joins us to kick off the holiday season with a look at our favorite films that feature sweet little angels of death.
The film “Mommie Dearest” single handedly cemented Joan Crawford as camp icon for drag queens to emulate but is it a an accurate portrayal of the real Crawford?
Joining us is historian Bryan Johnson, who was inspired to create “The Concluding Chapter of Crawford,” a website museum dedicated to the last two decades of the actress’ life.
Like all awards ceremonies that celebrate the rich and powerful, The Academy Awards has a huge diversity problem with not a single black actor getting a nomination.
Today we’re joined by the brilliant Peaches Christ, drag queen and film connoisseur to talk about the films nominated for the Oscars, and why the critically acclaimed film Tangerine about two trans sex workers of color got completely ignored.
In part two of our podcast – “Peaches Christ, the Oscars & Diversity” we continue talking about about our favorite movies, Why the TV shows Fargo and Transparent are so captivating, Sarah Palin using her Trump endorsement to draw attention away from her son’s domestic abuse charges, and Peaches’ thoughts on the film The Danish Girl.
There’s so much you can learn from horror and sci-fi movie monster couples, like Frankenstein and his Bride, Brad and Janet from Rocky Horror and Chucky and his wife Tiffany: these unconventional couples either made their relationship work or gloriously ended the whole affair.
Today Peaches Christ joins us to take a look at what we can learn from our favorite monster couples relationships and how to put it to use in your own life.
Listen as Peaches talks about being charged with lewdness and blasphemy after appearing on BBC radio.
Horror films are inherently ridiculous– besides the notion that whenever teenagers have sex they have to be immediately killed by a supernatural monster, the idea of a sustained drama where dread and tension are rolled into moral themes seems over the top.
But like cheesy haunted houses, people can’t get enough of their favorite horror films. Today’ we’re on a double date with Peaches Christ and Brian Sweeney talking about outrageous moments in horror films.