Flight of the Cardinal

0 (out of 5) A cabin in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina is the setting for this low-rent Key Largo.  Grady, the owner of the lodge, is running the place following a nervous breakdown and a failed Hollywood career.  A local young man called Beetle has begged his way in as an employee and causes…

Rate this:

Winning Dad

0 (out of 5) Colby is in love with Rusty but, while his parents know he’s gay, their lack of comfort with the subject has forced Colby to keep his relationship a secret.  His staunchly religious and conservative father is the one that Colby really needs to tell, and rather than just tell him, he decides it would be…

Rate this:

Ben & Arthur

0 (out of 5) Often referred to as The Room for gay movies, this is bad to the point of being awe-inspiring.  A couple await news of changes made to laws regarding same-sex marriage, prepared to leave for a trip to Hawaii to tie the knot provided it is legally possible.  Things don’t go well and Arthur has…

Rate this:

Birdemic: Shock and Terror

0 (out of 5) There’s a level of bad that almost becomes masterful, and it’s impossible to really communicate the feelings caused by this film’s standard of storytelling. A lingerie model and a software salesman meet and fall in love right before their town is taken over by killer birds, though it takes about an…

Rate this:

The Perfect Wedding

0 (out of 5) Paul is in recovery from alcoholism, successfully working as a gardener and going regularly to his AA meetings, an equilibrium that will be put to the test when his ex-boyfriend Roy shows up to help plan Paul’s sister’s wedding. Roy arrives with Gavin, whom he is passing off as his current…

Rate this:

Such Good People

0 (out of 5) Randy Harrison and Michael Urie are a young, handsome couple who are randomly house hunting a Los Angeles suburb when they stumble into a party run by wealthy, philanthropic Scott Wolf and his wife. When Wolf and spouse go off to Bhutan to do charity work for orphans, they ask the two young men…

Rate this:

What Happens Next

0 (out of 5) A wealthy and successful CEO (Jon Lindstrom) sells his business and retires in his early 50s, his new life of leisure addended by the purchase of a puppy that his sister (Wendie Malick) gives him.  He takes his pet to the park outside his swanky building every day and, sitting on…

Rate this:

The Gays

0 (out of 5) A young man sits at a bar and tells a new friend about his oddball family, his parents being two men (one of whom occupies the mother role in drag) who gave birth to him and his brother through “ectopic anal pregnancy” and raised them to be unapologetically gay. Home life…

Rate this:

Scenes From A Gay Marriage

0 (out of 5) Matt Riddlehoover directs himself in a bare premise that never quite manages to be a film.  Alone and abandoned after his last relationship broke up, Riddlehoover spends most of his time in his apartment, making his living taking pictures of himself for an anonymous fetishist and listening through the vent on…

Rate this:

Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor

0 (out of 5) As ridiculous a mess as was ever made, completely insane for two hours before a blisteringly offensive conclusion. Nonsense dialogue and direction by Tyler Perry guide a confused cast through a morally judgmental story about an aspiring marriage counselor (Jurnee Smollett-Bell) whose quiet life with pharmacist husband is destroyed when she…

Rate this:

Winter’s Tale

0 (out of 5) An incomprehensible mess that gives you a glimpse of what it looks like when good actors die for our sins.  Colin Farrell is raised an orphan after his parents are rejected in turn-of-the-century Ellis Island for contagious pulmonary illness, then years later is a ruffian on the streets of New York…

Rate this:

Wild 90

0 (out of 5) An obnoxiously indulgent mess from writer Norman Mailer, here making his debut as a director (though in this case he stretches the meaning of the word).  He, Buzz Farber and Mickey Knox play gangsters holed up in an apartment who spend the entire 80 minute running time shouting and drinking, the…

Rate this: