We’re Queer – Space Force / We’re Here

Space Force is a joke, and we’re of course referring to the military “branch” as much as the Netflix comedy that satirizes it. Created by Steve Carell and Greg Daniels, who starred in and created The Office respectively, Space Force had a lot to live up to: deliver comedy on par with its beloved predecessor,Continue reading “We’re Queer – Space Force / We’re Here”

The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson

In honor of pride month and with respect to the current landscape, we’ve dedicated all of today’s episode to the documentary The Death and Life of Marsha P Johnson. Marsha was a queer woman of color, a staple of queer New York, and a famed veteran of the Stonewall Riots, the demonstrations that birthed theContinue reading “The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson”

Batwoman / Mrs. America

Although we generally avoid the CW Arrowverse, we had to dive into Batwoman as it concluded its first season. It embodies both of our core topics: geekiness, and queerness. Whether it successfully addresses queerness is up for debate, but we certainly have some thoughts. Then, we watched Mrs. America, a new FX series about PhyllisContinue reading “Batwoman / Mrs. America”

Mad Carol – Mad Max / Carol

Mad Max was released to a confused and horrified public in 1979, and went on to change the post-apocalyptic landscape in cinema. In honor of its third sequel’s five year anniversary, we figured it was finally time for us to watch the original drive-n-fight doomsday movie. Then, on a gentler note, we watched Carol, aContinue reading “Mad Carol – Mad Max / Carol”

We’re Gonna Party Like It’s Cher’s Birthday – The Witches of Eastwick / Moonstruck

Today is Cher’s birthday! In observance of this holy day we’ve watched two of her biggest movies, both from 1987. First, we watched The Witches of Eastwick, a dark horror fantasy about witchcraft, womanhood, and Jack Nicholson’s insanity. Then we watched Moonstruck, a romantic dramedy about luck, womanhood, and Nic Cage’s insanity. To celebrate Cher’sContinue reading “We’re Gonna Party Like It’s Cher’s Birthday – The Witches of Eastwick / Moonstruck”

Love, Death, Queeks & Hollywood – Love Death + Robots / Hollywood

A plethora of horror/scifi anthology series are available, and relative newcomer “Love Death + Robots” struggles to stake its claim in a busy subgenre. We watched the mostly animated series, and give our thoughts on the best/worst episodes and (lack of) common threads or themes. Then we travel through time and watch Ryan Murphy’s revisionistContinue reading “Love, Death, Queeks & Hollywood – Love Death + Robots / Hollywood”

Star Wars: A Queekret Love – Star Wars: The Clone Wars / A Secret Love

Star Wars: The Clone Wars has changed a lot during its seven seasons across 12 years, but it was always building toward this. Today we discuss the animated show’s long-awaited final season. Then we switch gears entirely and discuss the Netflix documentary A Secret Love, which follows a lesbian couple who has been together sinceContinue reading “Star Wars: A Queekret Love – Star Wars: The Clone Wars / A Secret Love”

Mini Queek – Our Favorite Star Wars Video Games

A long time ago in a video game console far, far away….we started playing Star Wars games! In observance of the May 4th holiday (Star Wars Day) we present our favorite Star Wars video games, ranked. And much like a red carpet best/worst dressed, there are snubs, flubs, and a whole lot of drama. Enjoy!Continue reading “Mini Queek – Our Favorite Star Wars Video Games”

Will & Grace & The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – TMNT (1990) / Will & Grace

When you think of famous foursomes, there’s only two groups that come to mind: The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and the Will & Grace squad. Starting with the turtles, we watched their first live action movie from 1990. One of us grew up watching and loving it, and one of us was coming to itContinue reading “Will & Grace & The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – TMNT (1990) / Will & Grace”