Category: Queer Film/TV

The Eiger Sanction (1975) Cinema’s First Queer Canine D+

When we first meet FAGGOT he is pleasuring himself on Eastwood’s shoe. Who was the dog who played him? His owner, an effete Jack Cassidy, trained the little rascal to do that to every man who stopped by.

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) Rated C (Solo) High Camp at a Midnight Screening.

It is, of course, a GROUP EXPERIENCE with those inspired zingers going back to the screen, composed by a generation of audience members over the years.

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The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (1972) A+ Rated: Seventeen Fassbinder Films

A landmark in both New Queer Cinema and the New German Cinema, Fassbinder’s examination of the dynamics of a lesbian love triangle was shot in der wunderkind’s apartment.

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The Anderson Tapes (1971) Film Review D

Hamming it up and mincing all over the place, this is a cringe-worthy performance from Martin Balsam who is not referred to by his given name, just The Fag.

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