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5 items from 2013


Italian Stallion and More Super-8 at Super Swingers ’70s Night at The Way Out Club

18 November 2013 8:01 AM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

If you missed Italian Stallion when I played it last year at my Super-8 Sex Movie Madness show, you’ll have another chance this weekend when I screen  it (in it’s glorious condensed 18-minute super-8 cut) at the Super Swingers ’70s Night at The Way Out Club this Saturday Nov 23rd beginning at 9pm. I’ll be showing Italian Stallion and some other films of that nature that are not pornography, but a certain type of R-Rated film that one may have enjoyed at the Drive-ins in the 1970′s. The other swinging  films I’ll be screening that night include Flesh Gordon, Swinging Stewardesses, Ed Wood’s Glen Or Glenda, and a ’70s Sexploitation trailer reel.

The Way Out Club is located at 2525 Jefferson Avenue in South St. Louis

Bell Bottom, platform shoe wearing, chevron mustache and side burn sporting, vintage 1970′s Funk Funk Funk is strutting your way »

- Tom Stockman

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Fantasy Camp: Photographs by Underground Legend Bob Mizer Come Up for Air

27 October 2013 6:15 PM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Over five decades, from the forties until his death in 1992, photographer Bob Mizer built his own libidinal archipelago on West 11th Street in downtown Los Angeles. This compound, surrounding a boardinghouse his mother owned where he lived his whole life, served as head­quarters for what he called the Athletic Model Guild, and as home to a churn of young, often troubled men he photographed for Amg’s magazine Physique Pictorial.This was a risky operation at first—Mizer even went to jail for distributing his photos through the mail. But he was, in his way, both a visionary and a relentless entrepreneur, serving, and to some extent stoking and shaping, what was then an outsider market for idealized depictions of male beauty. Painter David Hockney credited ­Physique Pictorial with inspiring his move to L.A., and Mizer took pictures of notable hotties like Alan Ladd, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Joe Dallesandro, »

- Carl Swanson

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Johnny Depp Makes Surprise Appearance at Hollywood Cemetery 'Cry-Baby' Screening

19 August 2013 12:45 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Johnny Depp, whose film career began with John Waters' 1990 Cry-Baby, was a surprise guest at the 9th Annual Johnny Ramone Tribute on Sunday at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, where the film was screened on the mausoleum. Depp joined a Q&A moderated by Sex Pistol Steve Jones and also featuring Waters and costars Traci Lords, Ricki Lake, Joe Dallesandro (of Andy Warhol film fame) and James Intveld (Depp's singing voice in the film and, according to Waters, "the real Hollywood crybaby"). Cry-Baby, a '50s satire, set Depp free by satirizing his then-imprisoning image as a TV heartthrob. Photos:

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- Tim Appelo

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Johnny Depp Reunites with "Cry-Baby" Cast -- See Them Now!

19 August 2013 12:37 PM, PDT | TooFab | See recent TooFab news »

Johnny Depp made being bad look oh-so-good in the 1990 cult classic "Cry-Baby" -- and last night in Hollywood, he made a surprise reunion with the film's cast!The actor joined director John Waters and costars Ricki Lake, Traci Lords and Joe Dallesandro for a special screening of the film on Sunday at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.Ricki's onscreen children, former child stars Scout Raskin and Jonathan Benya, were also on hand for the event -- and posed for photos with their movie mom.Coming off of "21 Jump Street," the film was Depp's first starring role on the big screen -- and, according to one of his costars, he was ready to break out."Every single member of that cast had so much to prove," Traci Lords told The Hollywood Reporter. "I mean, Johnny Depp desperately wanted to be a movie star, and everybody said he couldn't, because he was only »

- tooFab Staff

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Meme: Mexico Rules Homophobic Speech Isn't Free Expression, Win a Trip To "Modern Family," and Elliott Gould Is John Mulaney's Gay Neighbor

7 March 2013 5:46 AM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Elliott Gould and Martin Short have joined John Mulaney's comedy pilot loosely based on the comedian's life. Gould will play the gay neighbor. While I'm excited to have a gay elder on television, this production is from Lorne Michaels of Saturday Night Live, so I don't have high hopes for how they'll handle it.

The Mexican Supreme Court has ruled that homophobic language isn't protected under freedom of expressions.

Nsfw, naked, gay German snowboarder? Sure, why not?

Masturbation is good for you. It reduces the risk of cancer, helps with erections generally, ups your immunity, and generally helps your mood. Now if you need me, I'll just be over here in the corner, being healthy.

Native American tribe Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians has passed marriage equality, becoming the third tribe to do so, after the measure failed by a single vote last year.

How to break the ice with Mean Gays. »

- lostinmiami

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