After being bitten by what he thinks is a transvestite, Larry starts having nightmares about hillbillies, ominous visits from an old gypsy woman, and having the strangest reactions to the ...
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After being bitten by what he thinks is a transvestite, Larry starts having nightmares about hillbillies, ominous visits from an old gypsy woman, and having the strangest reactions to the full moon...Written by
Thomas Pluck <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Let's get 1 thing out of the way- there is no werewolf in this movie. And, unless you've been under a rock since the 80's you should know that gay is NOT the
same thing as being a transvetite. So the queer wolf not a werewold but instead is a man dressed as a woman. And once you're bitten, you turn gay. But that also means that you turn into a transvestite. Fishnets and all. But fear not, all
free-thinking minds. This movie is not offensive at all (unless you drive a
pick-up, like to use words like "y'all" and invoke Jesus' name other than for cursing). But despite the obvious outrageousness, Queer Wolf is only a sorta fun movie. It tries too hard to be camp. Most of the time, the effort seems forced and contrived. It's too aware of itself. But when it's bad, it can be joyfully bad. The best part about it is that the DVD rental comes with extras like directors commentary and interviews with the cast now. I think I laughed the most
thinking about this Pirromount (yes, Pirromount) film spending the time and
money needed to create these extras. They probably cost more than the film
itself. And that sense of misplaced seriousness, my friends, is what camp is all about.
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