Writer/director Jennifer Reeder’s 2017 “Signature Move” is one of the funniest and sweetest lesbian romcoms you’ll ever see. Her new queer body-horror movie “Perpetrator” (IFC/Shudder), as inventive as it is derivative, is sure to be despised by “Barbie” movie-hating Christian nationalists who will go nuts over the female empowerment message. Too bad for them.
Four women get a chance at life after death in a local playwright’s new original work, “The Equivalent of Sensation.”
In Jeff L. Lieberman’s informative and reverent doc “Bella!” (Re-Emerging Films), there are many fascinating and enlightening things to learn about the late, progressive politician Bella Abzug. But perhaps the most shocking is that she was never before the subject of a documentary, that is, until now.
In a few short years, Kandy Muse has become one of the most polarizing and buzzed about performers in RuPaul’s Drag Race herstory. As she soared to the Top Two on All Stars 8, Muse sparkled in many of the challenges and has become one of only two performers (next to Raven) in Drag Race herstory to rise to the top of two separate seasons and not take the crown. I sat down with Kandy to chat about her All Stars run, the Drag Race fandom, and what was different for her during her All Stars season.
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