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Cruising the Movies is a new monthly podcast and screening series at IFC Center in New York from the creators of Ask Any Buddy. In each episode, Elizabeth Purchell and KJ Shepherd take a look at a different film from the fringes of queer cinema history. Through interviews, archival sources, and conversations with filmmakers, critics, and historians, this podcast and screening series will uncover how cinema is inextricable from queer history at large.
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On this episode of Cruising the Movies, Liz and KJ discuss two classic dyke porn shorts: Fatale Video's SAFE IS DESIRE and SUBURBAN DYKES. Born from the same minds who created On Our Backs magazine, Fatale was the first adult film studio dedicated to making movies by and for lesbians, showcasing lesbian sex and sexuality in a way rarely seen in mov…
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On this episode, Liz and KJ are excited to discuss one of their all-time favorites: Frank Ripploh's 1980 debut, TAXI ZUM KLO. Still more thrilling and funny than most of the films that have taken inspiration from it over the past four decades, TAXI ZUM KLO continues to spark conversations about community, identity, and commitment that still feel re…
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This month on CRUISING THE MOVIES, Liz and KJ take you into the twilight world of men turned into women with BLACK CHRISTMAS filmmaker Bob Clark’s feature debut, SHE-MAN: A STORY OF FIXATION. Made in Florida with a cast largely drawn from the stage of New York’s legendary 82 Club, SHE-MAN tells the story of Lt. Albert Rose, a macho soldier who find…
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In this inaugural episode of CRUISING THE MOVIES, Liz and KJ take a look at the controversial (and oft-censored) debut feature from one of queer cinema's great provocateurs: Bruce LaBruce. A loose remake of Robert Altman's THAT COLD DAY IN THE PARK, LaBruce's NO SKIN OFF MY ASS tells the story of the strange love affair between a swishy gay hairdre…
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We know it's been a while since you last heard from us, so we wanted to let you know about our new project. It's a spiritual successor to ASK ANY BUDDY called Cruising the Movies: a monthly podcast and film screening series at IFC Center in New York City exploring the fringes of queer cinema history. As with ASK ANY BUDDY, each episode will provide…
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We're back! This week, we return from our extended summer break with a look at something that's been in the works for nearly three years: the ASK ANY BUDDY and the Golden Age of All-Male Adult Cinema series happening at New York's Anthology Film Archives beginning this Thursday, October 20th and running through the 25th. This series marks the first…
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This week on the podcast, we’re celebrating the release of Altered Innocence’s new Blu-ray release of Arthur J. Bressan, Jr.’s seminal PASSING STRANGERS and FORBIDDEN LETTERS by taking a look at his 1984 film, DADDY DEAREST. The third and final film in Bressan’s self-described ‘personal/porno trilogy,’ DADDY DEAREST tells the story of Edward Thomps…
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This week on the podcast, we wrap up our month in Paris with the film that trailers described as being “the gayest… Frenchest… French gay porn film which will fill your heart’s desire,” Jean Estienne’s 1978 romantic drama, ET... DIEU CRÉA LES HOMMES ("AND... GOD CREATED MEN). The first feature-length effort by a poster artist and filmmaker whose pr…
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Bienvenue! This month on the podcast we’re going international by taking a look at two films shot and set in gay Paree. Up first is Peter de Rome’s 1974 romantic comedy, ADAM & YVES. If you know the film, it’s probably for at least one of two reasons: that it was Peter de Rome’s first feature-length narrative film or that it technically includes Gr…
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The lines between reality, art, and fantasy all blur together this week on the podcast as we take a look at one-and-done director Enrico Montenegro’s FORBIDDEN PORTRAITS. Sebastian is a Montreal-based artist whose expertise is drawing male erotica. When he randomly receives an envelope of nudes from an adoring fan in New York, Sebastian immediately…
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This week on the podcast, we explore one of the strangest and most outrageous gay films of the 1970s: Red Drayton’s HOLLYWOOD COWBOY. With a cast and crew assembled from filmmaker Pat Rocco’s fan club SPREE, HOLLYWOOD COWBOY feels like both an undiscovered midnight movie and a hardcore variation on the troupe’s original gay-themed stage plays. Joey…
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When Tom DeSimone’s CATCHING UP begins, two lovers are in crisis. The older man, Frank, tells his younger partner Dennis that their relationship has grown stagnant after a mere three months of living together. Frank’s solution? Spice things up by opening their relationship! At first outraged by this suggestion, the doe-eyed, yet well-hung Dennis (K…
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Somewhere between RASHOMON and a telenovela, Jack Deveau’s FIRE ISLAND FEVER does what many of us wish we could at this time of year: launch from mid-winter chills to summertime splendor. Featuring a supporting cast of New York gay entertainment grand dames, FIRE ISLAND FEVER takes us to the scandals of Cherry Grove, as well as the men who came to …
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Wakefield Poole’s Boys in the Sand wasn’t the first gay porn film, nor was it star Casey Donovan’s screen debut. It wasn’t even the first gay film to be be shot on Fire Island. But its runaway success and crossover appeal marked a turning point in the nation’s growing gay consciousness and collective pornographic fantasy — not to mention establishi…
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Guess who’s back? The podcast returns for a special holiday Fistmas treat, with one of the roughest films we’ve covered: Roger Earl’s BORN TO RAISE HELL. Filmed with an unflinching documentary feel, Earl’s film comes with a disclaimer that it is 'based on a psychological study of a sadomasochistic relationship between adult men.' Quite an understat…
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Happy Halloween, everyone! We wanted to cap off Spooky Season with a true classic—and so we’re covering one of the most beloved films in the adult male genre. FALCONHEAD II throws us back into Michael Zen’s haunting realm of narcissistic self love, but with a few key twists. We’re no longer in a trippy 70’s atmosphere but, instead, a foreboding 80’…
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Spooky Season is in full force with this week’s episode: Linus Terri’s horny phantom melodrama WE’LL MEET AGAIN! Don’t worry if you’re more of a Care Bear than a horror hound, since this movie has more in common with an episode of GHOST WHISPERER than Terri’s previous work, the recently-discussed SEX DEMON. (Which, make sure you check out that epis…
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Happy Spooky Season, everyone! In the spirit of being more treat than trick, we’re releasing this bonus episode to everyone! And boy, do we have a treat for you: we’re discussing the previously-lost possession film SEX DEMON. Truly more interesting than THE EXORCIST—it knows when to actually be funny and scary—and building off the suppressed demoni…
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Have we got a surprise for you this week, listeners! On this episode, we discuss Hand in Hand’s ode to itself GOOD HOT STUFF. Part cheeky documentary, part meta-history, and part outright salvage job, GOOD HOT STUFF takes us through the young studio’s early artistic successes and previews its raunchy upcoming creations. Along the way, we meet an ad…
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What happens when a short story becomes a classic movie, which then becomes a radio play, and then a Broadway musical, and then a campy drag parody featuring the beefy one-time owner of the Gold’s Gym empire? You get Ray Harrison and the GGRC’s 1972 film ALL ABOUT ALICE. This week, we’re celebrating the American Genre Film Archive’s upcoming blu-ra…
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This week on the podcast, we’re exposing ‘the eternal triangle of bi-sexuality’ and all the trials and tribulations that come with trying to have it… BOTH WAYS, directed by Jerry Douglas and released in 1975. Future disco queen Andrea True and Douglas regular Gerald Grant star in this sensitive drama (or is it a comedy?) as a married couple whose l…
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This week on the podcast, we’re taking a look a title that many consider to be among the greatest all-male films ever made: Tom DeSimone’s SKIN DEEP. Released in the period after DeSimone’s mainstream slasher classic HELL NIGHT, SKIN DEEP tells the story of Eric, a porno writer who falls for Mark, a hustler he sees on the regular — but is he in lov…
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We’re back! This week we’re kicking off our second season by taking in the sights and studs of sunny California with William Higgins’s THE BOYS OF VENICE. Taking the form of a sexual travelogue, THE BOYS OF VENICE was truly a breakthrough film that helped usher in a new look and style that would come to dominate the all-male screen for years to com…
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This week on the podcast, we’re getting patriotic — or are we? — with a look at Rob Simple's 1972 film, AMERICAN CREAM. A satirical deconstruction of masculinity told in three unrelated loops, AMERICAN CREAM is among the stranger films to emerge from the early years of the genre. Over the course of this episode, we'll talk about the film's roots in…
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Tanned, sinewy, aloof — a few adjectives that only begin to describe Peter Berlin, the enigmatic star of Ignatio Rutkowski’s 1973 film NIGHTS IN BLACK LEATHER. Described as “combining the camp machismo of the leather set and [Berlin’s] own sense of comedy” by Foxylady magazine, NIGHTS IN BLACK LEATHER takes us on a sexual travelogue of San Francisc…
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