Of Scripture and Script Moving on from her past and the sidelines of “Same Love,” Mary Lambert talks faith, fame, and the solo album she scrawled from her heart.
Zachary Quinto Sexier Than Ever in 'The Wild' Magazine The actor talks about coming out and his new gay role in 'Michael'
James F*****G McAvoy The Scottish actor kicked the door open to fame. If you don’t love him, that’s your loss.
The Wedding Guide
In my recent book 101 Must-See Movies for Gay Men (Alyson Books), I tried to lay down a list of flicks that any self-respecting homo'be he twink or daddy, Navy SEAL or archbishop'absolutely needs to incorporate into his repertoire. But everyone knows that movie watching is a shared experience, so I've selected a handful of movies from the book that will make a great centerpiece for your next party. Pour the drinks, dim the lights, put your cell phones on vibrate, and enjoy this quartet of queer flicks: Valley of the Dolls (1967)April 25 2006 8:00 PM
Despite the fact that Silent Hill is one of the worst movies in years, my boyfriend and I couldn't help but distract ourselves by thinking how much better it would have been if distraught mother Radha Mitchell and hot cop Laurie Holden had simply stripped down and gotten it on. (No, we're not frat boys, but we can appreciate beauty in all its forms.) So before we ended up walking out, I had plenty of time to think of other sci-fi/fantasy/thrillers that would have benefited from a little homo action. Got some other suggestions? Leave a comment!April 23 2006 8:00 PM
Who said skin flicks were for solitary screening only? MaleBoxDVD.com, a rental site that boasts more than 4,000 of gay porn's sauciest titles, is serving up 'Dinner and a Movie,' where porn stars provide their favorite recipes paired with steamy film recommendations. The site was founded by lesbian Martha E. Flores, who says her queer pals back home in west Texas helped her realize early on the importance of gay porn to small-town (and big-city) gay men.April 17 2006 8:00 PM
Did you ever think this would be such a hugely successful, long-running franchise? I didn't think about a second or third or fourth Scary Movie'I died in the first film! So it was nice to come back. We've been really blessed that people go out and see all the movies. Are you a big horror movie fan? Absolutely. I have two brothers who loved horror movies. They're older and were stuck babysitting me; whatever they went and saw, they took me. The Exorcist I loved when I was little'now I've gotten too scared of it!April 16 2006 8:00 PM