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Happiest Season breaks new ground for Hollywood holiday rom-coms by decking the halls with lesbian romance.
Osherovich navigates the genre twists and turns of the body-swapping horror-comedy "Freaky"
Two closeted teens fight gay rumors with a fabricated relationship in Dating Amber
Olivia Default created an "allegory for being trans and also the process of coming to terms with being trans"
With humor, ingenuity, and an audacious hotel room climax, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm brings the laughs and the cringe in equal measure
In "Nora Highland," Ryan Spahn sharply tackles the issue of why LGBTQ actors are often passed over for LGBTQ roles
An evil weave goes on a deadly rampage in Justin Simien's horror spoof "Bad Hair"
Friendsgiving's impromptu holiday house party looks like some kind of paradise in these woolly, wary times
Robert Zemeckis' "The Witches" is a whizbang CGI affair
In this week's issue, we review all the films in the annual LGBTQ festival that we could get our mitts on.
On the Rocks spins privileged humor from a dad and daughter's deep-seated trust issues
Four LGBTQ mountain climbers attempt to scale Oregon's Mount Hood in Devin Fei-Fan's overlong film
A beautiful, sad, and unmissable drama about the perils of aging and hidden identities
Fernando Barbosa and Oscar Martínez deliver breathtaking performances in Rodrigo Bellott's gay drama
A warm recounting of a band of closeted lesbians in rural '80s Virginia in the documentary "Lesbians of First Friday."