Dan, Bil and special guest Gregory Rosebrugh are so excited to talk to you about Strapped!
We've got gay conversion therapy, two hot daddies, and a restaurant you can probably get a disease off the floor of. Join Bil, Daniel and Michael as they watch and discuss Fair Haven by Kerstin Karlhuber.
On the latest episode of Bad Gay Movies, Mikey's back and we're getting all political! Join Mike, Dan and Bil as they talk about Poster Boy by Zak Tucker!
On this episode of Bad Gay Movies, Henry Coombes' Seat in Shadow baffled us so much that we spoke for longer than it took us to watch it.
Bil and Dan were happy to be joined by their delightfully young friend Gregory Rosebrugh for their Gay But Not Gay episode where they could explain to him the Oscar-winning classic Thank God It's Friday by Robert Klane.
On this episode of Bad Gay Movies, Dan and Bil were joined by our beloved special guest Ryan G. Hinds for a look at Roland Emmerich's Stonewall!
Join us for an episode of Good Gay Movies as we discuss Andrew Nackman's 4th Man Out!
Join the boys as they enjoy revisiting a retro classic(?) brought to you by those paragons of film morality, the Weinsteins, Wally White's Lie Down With Dogs.
On the latest episode of Bad Gay Movies, Bil Antoniou and Daniel Krolik are joined by Andrew Lamb to discuss the "camp classic" (or not) Something For Everyone by director Harold Prince.
Bad Gay Movies continues its exploration of some pretty dark times by dipping into the impressive filmography of Todd Verow for the first time! Join Bil, Daniel and Michael as they watch Tumbledown!
On the latest episode of Bad Gay Movies, Bil, Michael and Dan watch Dog Tags by director Damion Dietz.
On the latest episode of Bad Gay Movies, Bil, Michael and Daniel watch the listener recommended movie Cherry Pop and ask why do you hate us so much?
It's back to school – high school to be exact – on the latest episode of Bad Gay Movies!
To celebrate BGM's 100th episode, they decided to go back to the fabulous Mae West and take a look at her last film and one of the most bizarre comedies of the seventies: Sextette!
On the new episode of BGM, Glenn Sumi joins Bil and Dan to talk two hours of Oscar predictions – an hour and a half of which is about Glenn Close!