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Bryen Dunn is Editor of theBUZZ, writing on  lifestyle and entertainment. He has an extensive portfolio of celebrity interviews with musicians, actors and other public personalities. He enjoys discovering delicious eats, tasting spirited treats, and being mesmerized by musical beats.

Director Alexandre Rockwell collection now available to stream, including his most recent, Sweet Thing

posted Friday, September 17, 2021

by: in Film, Streaming Online

Film Movement Plus invites home audiences back to school – film school, that is – with a curated selection of works from the award-winning filmography of one of the forefathers of the American independent film movement with THE ALEXANDRE ROCKWELL COLLECTION. Coming on the heels of his latest acclaimed theatrical release, SWEET THING, the collection, launching on […]

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Saint-Narcisse – psychosexual thriller about a young man with a fetish for himself (Ticket Giveaway)

posted Friday, September 17, 2021

by: in Film, Queer

Saint-Narcisse is the latest film from Bruce LaBruce, Canada’s reigning “King of Kink.” It follows Dominic, a young man with a fetish… for himself. Nothing turns him on more than his reflection, with much of his time spent taking Polaroid selfies. When his loving grandmother dies, he discovers a deep family secret: his lesbian mother […]

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Apartment 413 – Home Isn’t Always Safe

posted Friday, September 17, 2021

by: in Film

Marco spends his days applying for jobs online and waiting for Dana, his pregnant girlfriend, to get home. Strange post-it notes mysteriously appear around the apartment with cryptic warnings. A mechanic texts and calls him with menacing messages from an old non-functioning cell phone. The walls close in and tensions build between Marco and Dana’s […]

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Queen West Art Crawl Returns To Trinity Bellwoods With A Hybrid In-Person / Online Festival – Sept 15th-19th

posted Wednesday, September 15, 2021

by: in Art, Events, Featured Events, Toronto

  Things are returning to normal and the beloved festival celebrating Fine Art and Music in Toronto’s West Queen West plans to celebrate, returning to its outdoor festival Sept 18th-19th while continuing to offering a digital version of the festival Sept 15th-19th. The Queen West Art Crawl is a three-tiered festival, which takes place at Trinity […]

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Women’s Hockey Club of Toronto – registration now open for fall/winter season

posted Monday, September 13, 2021

by: in Sports

Registration is now open for the Women’s Hockey Club of Toronto. Established in 1993, WHCT is the largest non-contact, non-slapshot, recreational, queer, ice-hockey League in Canada, and will be back to Saturday evening games at Moss Park Arena starting October 16th and until the end of April.  The Women’s Hockey Club of Toronto (WHCT) is […]

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Death Drop Gorgeous – dejected bartender, aging drag queen, and a masked maniac

posted Friday, September 10, 2021

by: in Film, Queer, Streaming Online

Death Drop Gorgeous is a story about a dejected bartender and an aging drag queen who fight to survive the eccentric and hostile nightlife of a corrupt city, as a masked maniac slaughters young gay men and drains them of blood. An ode to the wicked work of John Waters, and festival fave – Seattle Queer, […]

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A Wake – family drama with secrets, lies, religion, and queer love

posted Tuesday, August 31, 2021

by: in Film, Streaming Online

A Wake is a riveting family drama from Director Scott Boswell (The Stranger in Us) that’s centered around secrets, lies, and true love. Driven by a desperate need to understand their loss, the children in a religious family clash with their parents as they prepare for the wake of their brother, Mitchel. Teenage Mason desperately tries […]

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Black Conflux – teenage angst and alienation in 1980s Newfoundland

posted Friday, August 27, 2021

by: in Film, Streaming Online

Black Conflux is a dreamy account of two converging lives. The seemingly separate lives of an anxious, disillusioned teen girl and a troubled, alienated man converge fatefully in this haunting exploration of womanhood, isolation, and toxic masculinity, set in 1980s Newfoundland. The film stars Ella Ballentine as Jackie, a teenage girl whose quest for independence leads her […]

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The Pebble And The Boy – story about British Mod culture, with a twist

posted Friday, August 27, 2021

by: in Film, Streaming Online

The Pebble And The Boy is a story inspired by Mod-culture, about a boy, his Dad’s ashes and a Lambretta scooter. John embarks on a journey from Manchester to Brighton, the spiritual home of the Mods, to scatter his late father’s ashes. The film was written and directed by Chris Green (Me, Myself and Di) and stars Patrick […]

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Candyman – classic cult film gets new remake

posted Friday, August 27, 2021

by: in Film

Oscar® winner Jordan Peele unleashes a fresh take on the blood-chilling urban legend: Candyman. Filmmaker Nia DaCosta (Little Woods, upcoming Captain Marvel 2) directs this contemporary incarnation of the cult classic.  For as long as residents can remember, the housing projects of Chicago’s Cabrini-Green neighborhood were terrorized by a word-of-mouth ghost story about a supernatural […]

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