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 email@example.com!
Better late than never! The pandemic has played havoc with the film industry this past year but the show must go on, and the Academy Awards, while happening in late April instead of the usual February, are set to honour the best of the movies you watched
If you’re making a detective story, remember that it doesn’t matter if you have a mystery, actual detectives or a discernible case. Join Michael, Daniel and Bil as they discuss Hot Guys With Guns by Doug Spearman Listen to it here (language w
All these modern films are starting to annoy us, so we decided to go back to the gay nineties and remember when making it on Broadway was something people cared about until getting a boyfriend. Join Michael, Daniel and Bil as they discuss Broadway Damage
We’re back! We couldn’t return without sharing with you once again how much we love the one and only Glenn Close, so we decided to talk about the movie in which she appears for 3 seconds and gives a series of incredible cold glares. There
Nothing goes better than architects and drug addicts, as the old saying goes, and this week’s film is here to show just how true that is, all of it situated in a gorgeous motel room with no natural light! Join Bil, Daniel and Michael as they talk a
We’re back with our old favourite Rob Williams, who creates an intimate character piece about a super hot soap opera star and a super hot marriage equality activist who have super hot sex at Palm Springs Resort. Join Bil, Daniel and Mike as they ta
As pet-lovers go, the stars of the film we’re covering on this episode aren’t the world’s greatest, but if you can handle the cat-astrophe that occurs in the middle of this very sexy relationship, you should join Bil and Daniel as they t
In 1968, Frank Sinatra was so determined to get Mia Farrow to be in his movie that he divorced her over it, which means he was the only one who didn’t fall asleep by the time the film was over. Much like Partners, another gay son of a promine
It’s important, when looking for the perfect boyfriend, to treat everyone around you like crap and then get mad at the man you love for not changing for you. What a farm and fuzzy feeling Bil and Daniel had watching Shut Up And Kiss Me by Devin Ham
Bil knows that Mike loves a good horror movie so he had to watch one with him and get his thoughts. If you, like any good H.P. Lovecraft fan, are into salamander sea people, Tori Spelling and drugged shrimp, this is the movie for you! Cthulhu by Dan Gilda