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This is the podcast where we watch a movie from our past that had a lasting impression on our little gay lives. If we had no business watching it - we stole our parents VHS copy and watched under the cover of night. If a diva gave a rousing speech - we memorized it and lip-synced it at a talent show. Join Scott and Pete each week for a look back at the Movies That Made Us Gay!
 
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Come on you poor unfortunate soul! We watched The Little Mermaid (1989) with our friend Allison Levitan and we want to be part of your world! If you didn't swim like a mermaid in the swimming pool after watching this movie are you even gay? This movie not only started the Disney animation renaissance, but it launched a thousand gay boys life-long m…
 
"You ruined my new jacket! Kill him A LOT!" We watched Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) with our friend Jacob Carrillo and we still just want to marry Christian Slater and die. Back before Sarah Michelle Gellar and the "Scooby gang" were galavanting around Sunnydale trying to close the Hellmouth, there was the Buffy movie with Kristy Swanson and the…
 
“I want brain parasites.” We watched Fight Club (1999) with our friend Drew Stanley and we want you to hit us as hard as you can. It’s our TENTH movie from 1999 which just proves it really was the best movie year ever. Not to worry - we don’t go too hard on the forensic analysis of this often misunderstood movie. We do however touch on themes of to…
 
“The biggest problem in the universe is that nobody helps each other.” We watched Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace with Star Wars superfan Nikolas Romero and we have a bad feeling about this. It’s a tale as old as time… taxation of trade routes, arguments on the senate floor, you know - kid stuff. The script may have it’s problems but we h…
 
“Well, darlin’, look out, cause my hair is comin’ down!” We watched Thelma & Louise (1991) with our friend and special Oscars correspondent Joshua Clement and we’d risk it all for a night with early 90’s Brad Pitt any day. We really get into the lore behind the making of this quintessentially American movie. From on-set spontaneous country line-dan…
 
Do you dot your "I"'s with little hearts? Thats so cute. We watched View From the Top (2003) with our friend Brad Liberti and we’re ready to fly the friendly skies. This light hearted comedy about a brassy gal who makes her way out of a tacky commuter airline and into the big leagues had a few stumbles on its way to First Class, International. It’s…
 
“He’s so handsome, just like his rewards posters.” We watched Robin Hood with the insightful Matt Baume (Matt Baume’s Culture Cruise) and oo-de-lally that sly fox had us feeling some type of way. For a family animated film this movie had gay culture down to a science; a thin and boyishly handsome scamp spends his days with his large bear companion …
 
She's got exactly four days to break up a wedding and steal the brides fella. We watched My Best Friend's Wedding (1997) with our friend Blake Knight and we suddenly have the urge to spontaneously break out into song. Hot off the heals of a gothic retread of "Frankenstein from the maid's point of view" and that musical Woody Allen movie, America's …
 
I’m a little black woman, in a big silver box! We watched Jumpin’ Jack Flash (1986) with our friend Ben Cheaves and we still can’t understand a thing Mick Jagger is singing. Whoopi Goldberg as Terry Doolittle is iconic. Her apartment, her workspace and her wardrobe are all #GOALS. Suffice it to say - we still want to be Terry when we grow up. She h…
 
It’s like Spice World for the Village People. We watched Can’t Stop the Music (1980) with our friend Jackson Cooper and we want to stay at the YMCA! Producer Allan Carr was at the top of his game after the success of Grease (1978) and the next story bursting forth was the pseudo-biography of disco’s greatest novelty act - the Village People. This m…
 
A boy's best friend is his mother. We watched Psycho (1998) directed by Gus Van Sant no we won't apologize. Hot on the heels of the success of Good Will Hunting, Gus Van Sant was given a blank check by Hollywood and he took a gamble on a shot for shot remake of the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock classic Psycho. Ravaged by critics and fellow filmmakers, this…
 
You chose books - I chose looks. We watched Matilda (1996) with the very funny Petey Gibson and we’ve loved this movie since we were old enough to xerox. Almost every kid feels like an outsider at some point in their lives - queer kids in particular. Matilda showed us it was ok to be a little different - but we’re still holding out for our powers. …
 
I want to lose three pounds. We watched Mean Girls (2004) with our friend Tyler Schuelke (Ep 40, Saved) and we’re not like a regular podcast… we’re a cool podcast. We tried our hardest not to sit there and just quote the movie for 90 minutes and we nearly succeeded. The script by Tina Fey from Rosalind Wiseman’s “Queen Bees and Wannabes” is damn ne…
 
What are you waiting for HUH?! We watched I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) with our friend Lex Apro and we're taking it to the grave! Suffice it to say we STAN Jennifer Love Hewitt from her days serenading us with her fellow Kids Incorporated to her attempts at pop stardom and her renaissance in hour-long network dramas. But it was her time a…
 
I didn't bring your breakfast, because you didn't eat your din-din! We watched What Ever Happened to Baby Jane (1962) with our friend Kelly Hardy and we aren't ever gonna leave this house. Bette Davis and Joan Crawford are at the top of their game giving us high camp and we're loving every minute of it. Davis and Crawfords capitalize on their feud …
 
Do you like Huey Lewis and The News? We watched American Psycho (2000) with MTMUG superstar Mike Toscano and we have to return some videotapes. We try to get decide if the Uber-80’s tale of Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) and his descent into madness is a horror movie, a psychological thriller or a dark comedy. Ultimately its up to the viewer. Wha…
 
There's gotta be more to life than just makin out. We watched Grease 2 with the hilarious Drew Droege and we want more than the boy next door - we want hell on wheels! It’s more than just a gender swapped rehash of Grease - it gave the world one miss Michelle Marie Pfeiffer. The amount of gorgeousness when Stephanie Zinoni (Pfeiffer) and Michael Ca…
 
"I carried a watermelon." We made it to 100 episodes and for this momentous occasion we watched the 80's classic Dirty Dancing (1987) with our friend Millie De Chirico (I Saw What You Did Podcast) and Nobody puts Baby in the corner! This movie can be summed up for the gays and straights alike in two simple words: sexual awakening. Patrick Swayze is…
 
Everybody should have one talent, what's yours? We watched The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999) with our friend Mike Morgan and we wouldn't change anything about this moment. Do you remember where you were when you first saw Jude Law in that bathtub? Back in 1999 seeing this kind of flagrant homoerotic imagery in a mainstream movie blew our teenage minds…
 
Kneel before Zod!! We watched Superman II (1980) with our friend and Superman expert Billy Roach and we believe a man can fly. We take a deep dive into Superman lore and really get into what makes these early superhero movies so special. Christopher Reeve is an absolute dreamboat as Superman and Margot Kidder is adorably kooky as Lois Lane. But the…
 
Menopause is a normal life event for women (trans gender and non-binary people too), and yet we very rarely talk about it, even amongst our friends and particularly not in the workplace – but why? Given that women aged over 45 comprise 17% of the Australian workforce and menopause typically occurs between the ages of 45 and 55 – you would think tha…
 
You're some sort of big, fat, smart-bug aren't you? We watched Starship Troopers (1997) with out friend Matthew Farris and we suddenly feel the need for a shower. This socio-political satire disguised as a shoot-em-up scifi movie is packed with hidden homo-tendencies... you just have to know where to look. The cast is so beautiful they all look lik…
 
Doesn't my body drive you wild with desire? We watched Cabaret (1972) with our friend Darren Elms and we're here for the divine decadence darling! We take a deep dive and try to find out where Sally Bowles ends and Liza Minnelli begins. Liza belts out these signature songs like such a pro we don't even care that Sally the character is an untalented…
 
Improving the Quality of Our Relationships (and how this affects our wellbeing)Do you feel you are being yourself in all your relationships? Are there any relationships you would like to change or improve that may currently be quite negative or destructive? Does how you relate to others impact on your health and wellbeing?When we are free to be our…
 
We're joined by our friend Joshua Clement to talk about the Oscar nominated movies from the year 2020. This is a BONUS preview - the full episode is presented on our Patreon page: www.patreon.com/moviesthatmadeusgay The full episode is available to all tiers of Patreon membership - but THIS bonus track features our predictions who will win, who we …
 
The only "serial" I know anything about is Rice Krispies! We watched Serial Mom (1994) with our friend Ricky Diaz and you know how we hate the brown word. John Waters takes on the wholesome American family and gives us some of the most quotable lines of his catalog (are those Pussy Willows?). Kathleen Turner plays Beverly Sutphin with such a sweetn…
 
You know it’s rude to read a persons diary, it’s private! We watched Notes on a Scandal (2006) with our friend Paul from That Aged Well Podcast and sometimes we all feel like bitter old virgins. New art teacher Sheba Hart (Cate Blanchett) catches the attention of cynical “battle ax” Barbara Covett (Judy Dench). Sheba’s affair with a fifteen-year-ol…
 
Don't do anything I wouldn't do... or don't do anything I WOULD! We watched Mermaids (1990) and we're gonna get in our mermaid car and get the mermaid outta here! This movie is filled with a holy trinity of raven haired gay icons. Mrs. Flax (Cher) is the cha-cha mom of our dreams to daughters Charlotte (Winona Ryder) and Kate (Christina Ricci). Cat…
 
This episode, the team talks to Aaron Williams about the challenges that arise within relationships when we become parents. Aaron Williams is the CEO and co-founder of Mindstar, a leading workplace wellbeing provider that works with some of the biggest companies across Australia on how to manage these challenges.Aaron is a counsellor who has worked…
 
We needed hearts, not diamonds! We watched The Fan (1981) with the very funny Jeff Nelson and we could use a warm cup of High Point coffee! Lauren Bacall plays a Broadway actress with an obsessive fan played by Michael Biehn who may, or may not be a closet-case (spoiler alert: he totally is). A pre-Terminator (sexy as hell) Biehn spends the movie t…
 
Barbara please! We watched Mommie Dearest (1981) with the very funny Jackson Cooper and we meet "the biggest Mother of them all!" Faye Dunaway's performance as Joan Crawford is high camp, high drama and we can't look away! This movie cemented itself as a gay camp classic the minute Faye turns around and reveals Joans face in the first scene of the …
 
Nothing can scare the ever living hell out of you like an 80's kids movie. We watched Return to Oz (1985) with our friend Goldyn Gunville and we're scarred for life. Fairuza Balk is Dorothy in this Disney take on Oz and Auntie Em (Piper Laurie) is hauling her off to electro-shock therapy within the first 10 minutes of the movie. The rest of the fil…
 
We watched The Parent Trap (1961) with our friend Rufino Cabang and we're seeing double! We're not saying the original classic from the 60's is superior to the remake 90's remake but... ok yes we are. It's better. Haley Mills is delightful as twins separated by their selfish... I mean misguided recently divorced parents. How this cockamamie plan go…
 
Your mother was a woman with no common sense! We watched Party Girl (1995) with Bright Light Bright Light and we want a career in library science! Parker Posey is iconic as our hero Mary. A killer wardrobe, a perfect party apartment and connections in mid-90's NYC nightlife - she is our spirit animal. OK, she needs to work on the casual racism, sho…
 
My name is Miss Piggy, and I would like to be a high-fashion model. We watched The Great Muppet Caper (1981) with our friend Lex Apro and modeling is our destiny... we will accept nothing less. The amount of glamour in this movie is off the charts: The flawless Diana Rigg as fashion designer Lady Holiday; Miss Piggy as her put-upon receptionist wit…
 
It’s the best high school movie of the 80's with the worst prom dress committed to film. We watched Pretty in Pink (1986) with our friend Amber Shaw and we wan’t a candy machine in the boy’s restroom! John Hughes' masterpiece of the class struggle in American high schools is as timely today as it was in the consumerist 80's. Molly Ringwald's "grand…
 
"It takes a village to raise a family and if you don’t feel accepted by that village, it’s a lonely place" - Ashley ScottIn this episode of The Father Hood podcast the team talks to Ashley Scott about his personal experience with being a gay dad and his interaction with other LGBTQI+ families through his work as Executive Officer at Rainbow Familie…
 
We wish to Communi-CATE with the spirit. We watched What Lies Beneath (2000) and something is happening in our house! It's not too often you get two powerhouse leads sharing the screen and Robert Zemeckis made it happen with two of our most charismatic movie stars. It helps they're both easy on the eyes. Michelle Pfeiffer is everything as housewife…
 
It's the movie that changed the landscape for every sci-fi movie to come after... and launched a thousand parodies. We watched The Matrix (1999) with our friend Drew Stanley and we would definitely take the red pill. Perhaps it went over our heads at the time, but this Cyber Punk, Kung Fu, Industrial-Goth fairy tale is so jam packed with queer and …
 
As school holidays approach, most of us are thinking about re-connecting with family, taking some well-deserved time off as well as finding creative ways to engage the kids over the break.In this podcast Fiona Hitchiner from Parents At Work interviews Adrian Rokman, co-founder of KidsCo, known for their award winning School holiday programs in the …
 
It's like Silence of the Lambs for people who really love The Matrix. We watched The Cell (2000) with special guest Ashley Casseday (Keep It Weird Podcast) and we're still kinda creeped out. Jennifer Lopez plays the most glamorous social worker on earth who uses cutting edge technology and fashion to go into the minds of her subjects. If the dreams…
 
It's not too much is it? We watched Marie Antoinette (2006) directed by Sofia Coppola and your shoes are SO Du Barry! This modern take on the life of the last queen of France divided audiences at the time with its new wave soundtrack and American girl-next-door star but we are here to tell you - like Kirsten Dunst herself, this movie has aged beaut…
 
My husband worships the ground I walk on! We watched Ruthless People (1986) with our friend Ben Cheaves (TCM Underground presents: Slumberground) and we've been kidnapped by Kmart! In case you were wondering this podcast is slowly turning into a Better Midler catalog review and we're loving every minute of it. Directed by Zucker, Abrahams and Zucke…
 
There's got to be a morning after! We watched The Poseidon Adventure (1972) with the Legendary Miss Jackie Beat and in the water we're very skinny ladies. The 70's were all about Disaster Movies and this one takes the cake. Filled with 70's fashions, over the top acting from some Hollywood legends and a hit song, this movie is a template producers …
 
Honey, I'm home... oh that's right, I'm not married. We watched Batman Returns (1992) with our resident bat-guest Dylan Hay-Chapman and suddenly we feel so much yummier. Before Robin was around to spark a sexual awakening, there was Selena Kyle AKA Catwoman (Michelle Pfeiffer) to awaken our inner villainess. Clearly the star of this movie - the vac…
 
It’s Christmas in the Playhouse and we’re gonna have a lot of fun! We watched Christmas at Pee-wee’s Playhouse (1988) with our friend Jared Anderson and we’ve gotta call you back - we’ve got Dinah Shore on the other line! This special episode of the Playhouse is filled with more queer and camp icons than John Waters’ address book. Cher, Charo, Grac…
 
Whats your damage Heather?!! We watched Heathers (1989) with our friend Goldyn Gunville and our teen-angst BS has a body count! We learned everything we needed to know about high school life from this movie. Didn't everyone wear structured blazers to class, write in their diary in oversized flowery scrawl while wearing a monocle and play croquet ov…
 
We have achieved Leo Mania. Officially! We watched Titanic (1997) with our friend Jennifer Mrazek and we promise to never let go! Do you remember where you were when you first saw Titanic? We do - all 15 times between us. We reminisce about this James Cameron directed classic that united the world. Sold out lines around the block, a theme song (and…
 
In the 1970 U.S. census, only 6 men in the whole of America identified as a stay-at-home dad, but by 2014 this number had risen to 2 million people. In this latest episode, The Father Hood team interview Rory Brown about his experience with being a stay-at-home dad in today's climate. They ask about the benefits of being a stay-at-home dad, if he h…
 
Break out your “Schizos and Serial Killers” trading cards, we watched Addams Family Values (1993) with our friend Andy Ur and we’re all Graceful, Delicate Ballerinas! As Thanksgiving movies go, this is… really the only one we could think of. This movie is full of more queer subtext than you can shake a stick at. Joan Cusack as murderous “Black Wido…
 
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