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Pride Thursday Throwback – ‘Big Eden,’ a middle-aged Montana romance from the turn of the millenium, still outstrips many modern gay romcoms

Big Eden, the award-winning 2000 middle-age gay love story from Thomas Bezucha, is too lovely to miss out on revisiting for this year’s Pride Month, so in a bonus June Thursday Throwback, we’re paying tribute to this bucolic treasure of a movie. Continue reading “Pride Thursday Throwback – ‘Big Eden,’ a middle-aged Montana romance from the turn of the millenium, still outstrips many modern gay romcoms”

Episode #37 – The Poop Episode

This week on Prophecy Radio, Karen and Kristen discuss the latest casting additions to Disney+’s Percy Jackson and the Olympians adaptation, including Chiron, Mr. D, Mrs. Dodds, Sally Jackson, and Gabe Ugliano. In addition, the hosts once again tackle all the latest news across the Rick Riordan Universe (including Rick Riordan Presents) as well as return to their Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth review with chapters 7 and 8. New episodes of Prophecy Radio air weekly, and all ages are welcome to tune in. Continue reading “Episode #37 – The Poop Episode”

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‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 13 in conversation: The monk (derogatory) to monk (affectionate) pipeline

This week, Kung Fu wrapped up season 2 with episode 13, “The Source.” With Russell Tan’s plan in motion and San Francisco reeling from his bell-manufactured earthquake, Nicky, Zhilan and Mia must square off against him in the magical realm to attempt to keep him from draining the Warrior/Guardian power source and becoming a god. Read on for our review of “The Source.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 13 in conversation: The monk (derogatory) to monk (affectionate) pipeline”

Third Thursday Throwback – ‘Breakfast with Scot’ is a sweet queer family comedy about hockey and healing your inner child

Our June Third Thursday Throwback is a Pride edition, and Breakfast With Scot is a 2007 romantic comedy slash family drama slash sports movie that is all too often overlooked when people are discussing older queer films with happy endings. Continue reading “Third Thursday Throwback – ‘Breakfast with Scot’ is a sweet queer family comedy about hockey and healing your inner child”

Episode #36 – Beautiful Chaos

This week on Prophecy Radio, Karen and Kristen discuss The Last Fallen Star (with a designated spoiler section) by Graci Kim, the first book in the Gifted Clans series. Then they get to interview the author about the second book in the series, The Last Fallen Moon! There will be no Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth chapters to review this week, but there is plenty of news in the Rick Riordan universe to discover, including the new Percy Jackson and the Olympians cast members on Disney+. New episodes of Prophecy Radio air weekly, and all ages are welcome to tune in. Continue reading “Episode #36 – Beautiful Chaos”

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Short film ‘Pragma’ has plenty to value as it explores a scientific approach to a more secure form of love

Pragma, written by and starring Lucy Heath, directed by Ellie Heydon, and produced by Phil Dunster, who also stars, is an unusual lesson about modern love. The film’s surprising premise is a vehicle for some very sound psychology. Read our review now. Continue reading “Short film ‘Pragma’ has plenty to value as it explores a scientific approach to a more secure form of love”