The Firefly (Film) Review

Jill and I settled on Gay July because we’ve always had pretty good success with LGBTQIA films within the collab – and there are some great ones on Netflix at the moment. So let’s kick back with this Colombian love story, shall we? *Spoilers* The Firefly (2013) or La luciĆ©rnaga (original title) IMDB Synopsis After […]

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Holy Camp! (Film) Review

Or, ‘”Girl”, he said,”at least you didn’t get crucified.”‘ SPOILERS!! If you want to go in clean then skip my intro and move straight into the review. A user on Letterboxd said this about Holy Camp!: I never knew I needed a Spanish, Catholic gay musical but here I am. So you know it’s got […]

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Love (Film) Review

Love: or What the fuck did you expect, Murphy? This week’s pick has a very high opinion of itself which at least makes one of us. It is definitely NSFW, not that you’d be watching French-Belgian art house at your place of work but you know what I mean: lots of private parts and shagging. […]

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The Art of Loving (Film) Review

Free for all month and we start June with this biopic of awesome polish gynaecologist Michalina Wislocka, a sex campaigner who rocked the sex lives of polish women forever. My new favourite heroine basically. *Spoilers* The Art of Loving. Story of Michalina Wislocka (2017) IMDB Synopsis Michalina Wislocka, the most famous and recognized sexologist of […]

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I Am Not a Witch (Film) Review

Or: Witches be cray. We round out May-hem Month with this beauty from Rungano Nyoni, Zambian-born turned Welsh national and first time film maker. I don’t know how Jill feels about this one yet but I can certainly say this may be the jewel in the crown as far as this month is concerned, and […]

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Atomic Falafel (Film) Review

A comedy about potential nuclear havoc this week – and you might be asking, where’s the LOL in that? Well, you’d be surprised. Another prime example of Jill picking a film I’d never choose for myself – and me thoroughly enjoying myself. *Spoilers* Atomic Falafel (2015) IMDB Synopsis Two girls from nuclear towns in Israel […]

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Excuse My French (Film) Review

Jill sold this week’s pick to me like this: “There’s an Egyptian movie called Excuse My French that might be good? It’s about a boy moving to a new school in Egypt and being the only Christian there. Don’t worry, it’s a comedy.” Well, first of all, girl knows me so well, she’s already anticipating […]

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