Casual sex, intimate encounters, one night stands etc. They are books which immediately close as they open.
Film Review: ‘Swan Song’ (2021) – MANIFF 2022
The best film from the opening weekend of MANIFF 2022, writer-director Todd Stephens presents veteran Udo Kier with the stage to perform a career best performance, dripping in the spectacular and flamboyance.
For SetTheTape.com: “Allure – DVD Review”
• LIKE on Facebook • FOLLOW on Twitter • FOLLOW on Instagram • SUBSCRIBE on YouTube • BUY ME A COFFEE on Ko-Fi Allure is one of the latest additions to LGBT cinema, though this entry is disturbing to the extent that it is likely to be locked, hidden away, and completely forgotten about. First-time... Continue Reading →
For SetTheTape.com: “Telling Tales Film and Audio Festival: Stand Up, Stand Out”
• LIKE on Facebook • FOLLOW on Twitter • FOLLOW on Instagram • SUBSCRIBE on YouTube • BUY ME A COFFEE on Ko-Fi https://player.vimeo.com/video/266630179?app_id=122963 David Pavlosky’s Stand Up, Stand Out opened the 2018 Telling Tales International Film and Audio Documentary Festival, as audiences witnessed a new and beautiful instalment of contemporary LGBT Cinema. The title... Continue Reading →
Shot at 60 part XV: Another Nine Shots Taken at Hour One.
Welcome to the latest addition of Shot at 60, an addition featuring a few cult favourites (I guess?) and perhaps an average film or two. Enjoy... Shaft (1971) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer / Dir: GordonParks / Prod: Freeman Magnum Force (1973) Warner Bros. / Dir: Ted Post / Prod: Daley Blazing Saddles (1974) Warner Bros. / Dir: Mel Brooks /... Continue Reading →
Shot at 60 part IX: Gene Hackman
Welcome to the third and final special Shot at 60 in this series of posts focusing on an actor. The mini-series started with Sylvester Stallone, followed by Jack Nicholson, and now ends with Gene Hackman. Oh, if you're still unsure as to what Shot at 60 is, it's a series of posts where I use a screenshot from... Continue Reading →