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Wednesday, September 21, 2016
If you ask people what they remember about 1982’s Visiting Hours, odds are it’s the TV ad, which may be the most effective horror movie promo ever.
The actual film doesn’t hold up as well—despite the presence of Lee Grant as an anti-violence crusader and Lenore Zann (Rogue in the ’90s X-Men cartoon) and William Shatner at his most unctuous
The film stars "Desperate Housewives" actor Tuc Watkins as a man trying to remember his past.
A lonely middle-aged man named Jonathan hires a young male prostitute to accompany him on a road trip from San Francisco to the Grand Canyon in the gay indie drama Retake.
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The film stars Tuc Watkins, who is best known for his roles as David Vickers on One Life to Live and Bob Hunter on Desperate Housewives, as a man who is desperately trying to remember his past, and Dexter’s Devon Graye as the prostitute who is trying to leave his behind.
The film, which was directed by Nick Corporon and produced by Collin Brazie and Sean Mandell, has already won awards along the festival circuit, and is now an official selection for next month’s NewFest, New York’s LGBT film festival.
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Tickets are currently on sale for Retake’s screening at Atlanta’s LGBT film festival, Out On Film, on October 2, and you can head to the movie’s Facebook page to look for other screenings across the country.
Watch the trailer for Retake below.
The organization wants everyone to know that "willful violations of individuals’ rights will be costly."
Kim Davis, the infamous Rowan County Clerk who refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision on marriage equality, was sued by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in federal court Monday.
According to Buzzfeed’s Dominic Holden, the organization is seeking $233,058 to cover the legal services it provided for several same-sex couples in a lawsuit against Davis in 2015.
ACLU of Kentucky legal director William Sharp said in a statement that he hopes the motion will “send a message to government officials that willful violations of individuals’ rights will be costly.”
“Courts recognize that when successful civil rights plaintiffs obtain a direct benefit from a court-ordered victory, such as in this case, they can be entitled to their legal expenses to deter future civil rights violations by government officials,” he said.
As you may recall, Davis spent five days in jail last September after refusing a federal judge’s order to issue same-sex marriage licenses, saying she was acting “under God’s authority.” She was released once staff at her office began issuing the licenses, and in December, Gov. Matt Bevin signed a bill into law that removed County Clerk’s names from marriage certificates.
Since Rowan County is also named as a defendant in the lawsuit, ACLU spokesman Ryan Karerat said Davis won’t personally be liable to pay the fine.
You can read the suit in full here:
The out crooner showed off his impressive voice with an interpretation of "When We Were Young."
Former child country star Billy Gilman wowed the judges on The Voice this week with his soulful rendition of Adele’s “When We Were Young.”
Gilman first rose to prominence in 2000 with his hit “Once Voice,” which he released when he was 12. Though he stepped out of the spotlight for a while, he made headlines in 2014 when he came out as gay. At the time, he thanked fellow out country singer Ty Herndon for inspiring him to open up about his sexuality.
After finishing his audition, Gilman said, “I started out as a young county artist and had great success…to finally be here in a moment where I can finally sing the way I so badly wanted to even then, and to finally stand here and be amongst you, it truthfully is such an honor.”
Check out Billy’s amazing performance below.