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Oct 21 2016

Your Nightly Briefing: Modus Vivendi's Indigo Line

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Modus Vivendi's Indigo Line is here, as shot by Tom Cullis and featuring Robert Barker and Vanda Kovacs.

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6-PACK — Cher Madness + Meet NIKO + Garrett Clayton's Browser History + Democratic Wave? + Gun-Totin' Gays For Trump + Fresh Beats +

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Funny & Cher: James Corden and Cher offer “I Got You Bae.” After the jump!

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*widget boy cultureYou gotta meet out artist NIKO!

*widget boy cultureGarrett Clayton admits to watching Brent Corrigan's first movie—made as a minor—online.

*widget boy cultureDemocrats killing it in early voting. Fingers crossed for 18 or so days.

*widget boy cultureClick here to be pissed off by some unrepentant gays for Trump, who unironically just got engaged.

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*widget boy cultureSurprise new Brett Gleason EP!

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Teen Breach Movie: A Review Of KING COBRA & Inside The NYC Premiere

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DSC00732Christian Slater and writer/director Justin Kelly (Image by Matthew Rettenmund)

Last night was the NYC premiere of the skin-soaked thriller King Cobra, writer/director Justin Kelly's take on the gruesome 2007 murder of porn impresario Bryan Kocis at the hands of rivals Joe Kerekes and Harlow Cuadra, all over the right to use then-newcummer Brent Corrigan in a video.

DSC00736 editHunting Season's Jake Manabat, Marc Sinoway & Tyler French (Image by Matthew Rettenmund)

DSC00734Sinoway, Misha Osherovich, yours truly & Andrew Glaszek (Image courtesy of Matthew Rettenmund)

The premiere, at IFC Center, attracted Kelly; Christian Slater (who stars as Kocis); Younger star Nico Tortorella (whose sexual orientation would make a great thriller in its own right, IMO); Hunting Season stars Marc Sinoway, Jake Manabat and Tyler French; History actor Misha Osherovich; photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders; Undetectable and Hustling actor Andrew Glaszek (who years from now will be known as the “It” ginger of NYC); and more.

Following the screening and a lively Q&A (somebody asked Slater if he would try gay porn if he could start his career over), the after-party was held at the Cock, a dive bar that even other dive bars would sneak into to avoid being seen. Which Unnamed means it's tacky, sleazy fun.

Hey, it wasn't the first time in history a star and his director left a screening and headed straight for Cock.

It was great to connect with the other attendees (no, not a euphemism), and to congratulate Slater on a fine performance. I also shook hands with Kelly after having been a disembodied voice on an intercom during a recent Q&A session with the gay media. (Coming.) I fear he hates me because I asked him why he's attracted to non-rah! rah! gay subject matter, considering the fact that King Cobra follows his debut, 2015's I Am Michael, about the XY publisher who went from gay activist to ex-gay activist. It was meant as a compliment.

I wish I could be more complimentary about his earnest King Cobra, but the film is uneven and, like Kocsis, fatally flawed. Then again, like Corrigan, it has an undeniable watchability.

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God Bless This YES

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Check out the new Tony Moran and Jason Walker hit-to-be “Say Yes” ...

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Talk about a good hair day!

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Hillary Brings The Yuks!

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Wow, Hillary—as the children say—slayed at the Al Smith charity dinner:

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Oct 20 2016

Bitchy New KING COBRA Scene

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King Cobra, Justin Kelly's long-awaited, seedy thriller about the men (James Franco, Keegan Allen) who murdered a rival (Christian Slater) over Brent Corrigan (Garrett Kelly), releases tomorrow, Friday.

In advance of the film's bow, check out this scene to see if it tempts your tummy with the taste of nuts and money.


Gaga Has Had It Up To Here With Generous Comparisons To Madonna

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Jesus, Lady Gaga is just incapable of being humble. Ever.

Her single flopped—and I liked it!—and now, when asked about Madonna, which admittedly is a troll-worthy question, she has this to say: 

You know what, Gaga? You're not a genius. You're not David Bowie, you're not Stevie Wonder, you're not Michael Jackson, you're not Prince ... and you, not-so-nice lady, are not Madonna.

Lady Gaga has real, and measurable, talent, but she is stuck on her own hype that she is some kind of musical wunderkind, that what she does is utterly unique and spellbinding. When she was reading Born This Way, it was heralded as the Second Coming—and wound up being the Second Coming of “Express Yourself.” When she was preparing to foist ARTPOP on us, she raved about how genius it would be, a hubristic move that bit her in the ass. And she has not learned. She simply can not see herself in the proper context, can not accept that to be compared to Madonna is a compliment.

She raved about Madonna before their rift, and now acts like Madonna is some kindly grandmother with whom she shares no common ground?

Madonna plays instruments and is a songwriter. She has had a hand in every aspect of her career, including cooking up many of her own melodies. She is an unsurpassable live performer. She has done too many things first and best to sweat it when the latest throne-coveters approach, like Nosferatu, witchy fingers elongated in the shadows of deception.

But whether you don't care for Madonna, even if you think the rivalry is tired (IT IS), you've got to admit Gaga's defensiveness in the above clip is churlish and beneath her. “Nice lady?” Fuck off. I guess it's not so surprising that so many of her followers take time out to wish AIDS on Gaga's critics—I have the many receipts!—considering she really does emanate assholishness underneath her fake veneer.

Okay, I'm officially back off her. Man, I wish we could just go back to her The Fame Monster era and start over.