Here’s the Punchline: A Queer Fan’s Hopes for the Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

You know what would be Kevin Smith’s biggest power move yet? He’s made a lot in his life and career. Like, a lot. But the biggest wouldn’t be going from … Continue reading Here’s the Punchline: A Queer Fan’s Hopes for the Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

The Male Gaze and Us Poor Gays: Navigating Female Sexualisation in Film as a Queer Feminist

The Romeo and Juliet of cinema: my love for boobs versus my hate of the male gaze. For any other queer feminists out there, you may be well versed in … Continue reading The Male Gaze and Us Poor Gays: Navigating Female Sexualisation in Film as a Queer Feminist

‘The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society’: When Cinema Brings You Home

“So remind me again which of the family lived here?”  I am asking this of my father, as we walk the family pets around the remarkably well-preserved remains of a … Continue reading ‘The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society’: When Cinema Brings You Home

There’s Something I Want You To Know: Coming Out On The Internet

Ingrid Nilsen’s words ricochet against the silence as she sobs to the camera, finally sharing a truth she feels the need to share to become her true, authentic self. Just … Continue reading There’s Something I Want You To Know: Coming Out On The Internet

REVIEW: “A Perfectly Fine Experience” – ‘Dating After College’ (2019)

For any Asian-American growing up in the 2000s to early 2010s, Wong Fu Productions was almost required viewing. Before films like Crazy Rich Asians or To All the Boys I’ve … Continue reading REVIEW: “A Perfectly Fine Experience” – ‘Dating After College’ (2019)

Oh, and Bi the Way: How Brooklyn Nine-Nine Centres LGBT+ Narratives in its Comedy, and Manages to Get it Right

I would like to begin with a disclaimer. I know our fabulous staff writers Hayley Paskevich and Shaun Alexander recently wrote about their favourite moments from television series Brooklyn Nine-Nine. … Continue reading Oh, and Bi the Way: How Brooklyn Nine-Nine Centres LGBT+ Narratives in its Comedy, and Manages to Get it Right

International Women’s Day 2019: Women We Admire in TV & Film

For International Women’s Day 2019 (IWD19), I thought it would be interesting to find out about some wonderful women from film and television, both fictional and not, that my fellow … Continue reading International Women’s Day 2019: Women We Admire in TV & Film

‘Captain Marvel’ (2019): Getting Back Up Again

WARNING: This article contains very mild spoilers for Captain Marvel. I don’t know about you, but I’ve been watching Marvel films since I was a kid. The first film I … Continue reading ‘Captain Marvel’ (2019): Getting Back Up Again