Stories by Dan Loughry

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Calum Scott’s Sophomore Album Is the Ballad-Heavy Soundtrack for Your Next Breakup

Now that Sam Smith’s star has waned, is the world ready for another gay male Adele? New Calum Scott album Bridges, the follow-up to his successful debut Only Human, answers with a resounding yes. Are we ready for it? That depends. If you’re in the middle of a great big romantic[…]

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New Doc BALONEY Takes You Behind the Curtain of SF’s Sexy Queer Striptease Troupe

Joshua Guerci’s debut documentary BALONEY, a portrait of San Francisco’s beloved Gay All-Male Revue troupe and their burlesque of the same name, is an efficient, practically drama-free depiction of a fringe art collective. Midwifed by Michael Phillis and Rory Davis – directors, choreographers, and partners – the show has built[…]

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New ‘Downton Abbey’ Film Offers More Anglophile Fetish Porn From the Master Himself

When I say Downton Abbey: A New Era is Anglophile fetish porn, that’s not a criticism. I love an overstuffed period drama as much as the next gay. The lives of the Granthams and the Crawleys and the foibles and melodramas of the upstairs/downstairs population of the Downton estate has been[…]

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‘Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life’ Is a Documentary-Meets-Intervention for the Israeli Gay Porn Star

Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life – a cinéma vérité, warts-and-all snapshot of the former Israeli porn star’s descent into drug addiction – is a cautionary tale wrapped in a documentary film acting as an intervention. “This film definitely saved me,” Agassi has said. “When I saw it for the first time, I said, ‘I will[…]

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