Philip Ellis wonders whether we are on the verge of a Renaissance for gay film-making.
Roy Ward pays tribute to his favourite, fabulous drag queen, Ru Paul’s Drag Race icon, Willam Belli.
Callum Scott looks at the comedian’s relationship with the internet, Twitter and Sickipedia.
Matt Mallinson reviews the first two issues of Uncanny X-Men and explores Cyclops further. Hero or villain?
Roy Ward takes us through the glitz and ridiculousness of Rupaul’s Drag Race. Werk.
Gabriel Duckels looks forward to Hamburger Queen, Scottee’s beauty paegant and celebration of fabulous fat people.
Tim Boden reviews the Wachowskis’ cinematic adaptation of Cloud Atlas, whilst enjoying some pick-and-mix…
Adam Wollerton looks at the Black Mirror series and reviews ‘Be Right Back’, an edgy take on our dependence on social media and a possible, bizarre future.
Roy Ward pays tribute to Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker’s warped ode to the modern-day obsession with technology.
Brace yourselves. Gabriel Duckels meets Tegan Quin from Tegan and Sara and talks about the new album, queer kids and the ‘writing process’.