This podcast features co-hosts Bil Antoniou, Daniel Krolik and Michael Soulard as they explore the best of the worst in LGBT cinema!
Join us each month as we pick a film that we feel could have used some of our expert feedback, and hopefully leave it with some dignity.
We'll post the film we are going to watch ahead of the show so you can follow along. Visit our site at www.badgaymovies.com and please send us feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org!
We’ve got gay conversion therapy, two hot daddies, and a restaurant you can probably get a disease off the floor of. Join Bil, Daniel and Michael as they watch and discuss Fair Haven by Kerstin Karlhuber Listen to it here (language warning): This
Can you imagine being lucky enough to find this many clients in one building? It’s a rentboy’s dream come true! Dan, Bil and special guest Gregory Rosebrugh are so excited to talk to you about Strapped by Joseph Graham Listen to it here (lan
Mikey’s back and we’re getting all political! Join Mike, Dan and Bil as they talk about Poster Boy by Zac Tucker Listen to it here (language warning): This Week’s Recommendations Bil recommends The Lighthouse by Zac Tucker Dan recommen
Some movies really just speak for themselves, don’t they? At least that’s what we thought in trying to figure out the madness of this week’s film, which baffled us so much that I think we spoke for longer than it took to watch it. Join
Everyone knows that disco is the place where straight white people find their true expression, so Bil and Dan were happy to be joined by their delightfully young friend Gregory Rosebrugh for their Gay But Not Gay episode where they could explain to him th
Dan and Bil are here to let you know that Karen Black is fabulous no matter WHAT a director does to her. Join them as they enjoy her Blanche DuBois Free Association Games in Red Dirt by Tag Purvis Listen to it here (language warning): This Week’s
Mike and Dan are out of town and out of touch, so I asked my good friends Matthew and Kevin to step in and watch a movie with me that we could then commiserate on afterwards. Weirdly enough, it turns out they liked it! So join us for an episode of Good
Bil is back from vacation, Mike has a break from work and Dan is still not over Glenn Close’s Oscar loss, so what better way to deal with the dog days of summer than to go to Provincetown? Join the boys as they enjoy revisiting a retro classic (?)
It’s the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, and that’s not something we take lightly! Roland Emmerich does, though, since he made a movie in which five days of rioting is turned into a quick skirmish outside a bar before catching the la
Bil Antoniou and Daniel Krolik are joined by Andrew Lamb, the director of A Gay Victorian Affair, who stops by to talk about his upcoming Fringe Show Spend Your Kids Inheritance and then discuss the “camp classic” (or not) Something For Every