To Bong Joon-ho, Thanks for Everything! The Queeks – Rainbow Road to the Oscars / To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar

Follow us down the Rainbow Road to the Oscars as we watch three early contenders for the gold: Jojo Rabbit, The Lighthouse, and Parasite. Then turn your attention to ’90s cult classic To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar, an American comedy/drama about three drag queens on a road trip through the US…sound familiar?Continue reading “To Bong Joon-ho, Thanks for Everything! The Queeks – Rainbow Road to the Oscars / To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar”

Night Queen – Night Man / The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

The Marvel Cinematic Universe nearly dominates the superhero movie/TV landscape today, but in 1997 things were a bit…more terrible. This week, we dive deep into the Marvel vault, and watch the ’90s superhero series Night Man, featuring such guest stars as Little Richard, Jerry Springer, and future President of the United States Donald J. Trump.Continue reading “Night Queen – Night Man / The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert”

Halloween Queektacular – A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 / Thir13en Ghosts & The Thing

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge is considered by some to be the gayest horror movie ever made, and some are pretty spot on. The movie treats us to a menagerie of homoerotic imagery, and delves into psychological horror when it comes to tormenting its star. Then we shift gears and watch eachContinue reading “Halloween Queektacular – A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 / Thir13en Ghosts & The Thing”

The Gayest Doctor – Doctor Who: City of Death / The Bravest Knight

With a back-catalogue spanning more than half a century, and 14 actors playing the same character, there’s a lot to cover when it comes to Doctor Who. This week we discuss 1979’s City of Death, a series of episodes from the tenure of the beloved Fourth Doctor, Tom Baker.   Back in the present, weContinue reading “The Gayest Doctor – Doctor Who: City of Death / The Bravest Knight”

The Joker and The Judy – Joker / Judy

Controversial. Ultra-violent. At risk of inciting incels. We’re talking of course about Judy, the Judy Garland biopic. Kidding, it’s Joker! We give our thoughts on the DC villain’s first solo film and Joaquin Phoenix’s stellar performance. Then we actually talk about Judy, starring a career-best Renée Zellweger as the troubled star.   Be sure toContinue reading “The Joker and The Judy – Joker / Judy”

Aquaqueek – Aquaman / Wig

We swore we’d get around to watching Aquaman eventually, and now we’re making good on that. Then, continuing in this fishy theme, we close out the episode by discussing the new documentary Wig, covering the history of New York’s influential Wigstock festival.   If you like what you’re hearing, be sure to leave us aContinue reading “Aquaqueek – Aquaman / Wig”

The Queek Crystal – Dark Crystal/Rent

In a time when everything is being rebooted, it’s easy to feel cynical about a Netflix series based on a cult classic puppet masterpiece like The Dark Crystal. But damn if they didn’t totally nail it! We give our thoughts on The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, gape at the technological advancements since the original,Continue reading “The Queek Crystal – Dark Crystal/Rent”

71st Primetime Queeks Emmy Wrap-Up

The purple carpet may be rolled up in storage until next year, but the Queeks are still here to talk about the Emmys! This week we take a look at the winners, the losers, the fashion, and the questionable decisions made in the 2019 Emmy Awards. Did Game of Thrones deserve to win? Was VeepContinue reading “71st Primetime Queeks Emmy Wrap-Up”

71st Primetime Queeks Emmy Pre-Show

It’s the (second) biggest night in Hollywood, and the Queeks are stoked! This week, we run through the nominees and give our official predictions for the Emmy Awards, broadcasting Sunday, September 22. If you’re betting on winners, we think you’ll want to hear our predictions first. Show Notes Chapters [00:00] Intro to the Emmys [05:20]Continue reading “71st Primetime Queeks Emmy Pre-Show”

The Spider-Man Spectacular – Song of Spider-Man / Turn Off the Dark

Spideyfreude (noun): enjoyment obtained from the troubles of the Broadway musical Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark.    According to the musical’s co-writer, Glen Berger, this is what drove audiences to see his show. It’s also what drove us to read his book Song of Spider-Man, and then watch a bootleg recording of the musical. JoinContinue reading “The Spider-Man Spectacular – Song of Spider-Man / Turn Off the Dark”