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What better to do with your loved one than curl up together in front of the fire (let’s pretend it’s the 60s and you actually have a working fireplace) and watch a hilarious indie flick about cheating on your wife with your spastic, slutty boss!? Hmmmm doesn’t sound like a great idea? Well, the fact that it stars Parker Posey– goddess of the non-blockbuster scene- should more than enough convince you to attempt this underrated and little known gem.

First off, let’s clarify that I do not lavish complements upon movies without regard and to that effect I should slightly downplay the claim that this puppy is a true silver screen “gem”, rather a quirky and paced comedy about workplace romance where there ought not to be. Staring opposite the skinny, sassy and oft perfectly type-cast as completely insane Posey is “Ugly Betty‘s” sexy but stupid boss man Eric Mabius. While his name is hardly going to be pulling much of a crowd, you do have some assurance knowing that there’ll be something hot to look at on the screen- which is NOT necessarily a given with the more off beat indies 😉 The film looks at Mabius’ rise through the ranks under his new commanding and controlling boss Posey as she finds value in him both at work and at work naked under her desk. It’s a pretty decent look at sex with a coworker and the insane issues that arise as a result- watching the staff eye roll and trash the hooking couple definitely will ring true for more than one viewer. I’m definitely promoting this as a movie to make you laugh and feel damned uncomfortable all the same time.

Read the rest of my review and check out the trailer below

Our first episode without Nic, waaaaah! Not going to lie when we got into the studio to film this episode it was a bit sad, but I think we totally managed. Without Nic there clogging up the airways Adam & I got to argue more. Let’s face it THAT is why you’re tuning in!

We talked about Justin Bieber and his meltdown, Lindsay Lohan and HER nonsense again because it’s funny.

Also Robin Thicke who I finally just had to say to Patrick that she needs to bring your relevant people to the panel. Robin Thicke? REALLY?!? Hardly news worthy with his desperate attempt at being edgy music video.

We ended with some movies and my new favorite show Golden Gays which you need to watch! Don’t forget we are looking for a new co host, so if you want to be a guest host one week shoot me an email [email protected] and we’ll see if you’re a good fit! Enjoy our newest episode guys, and thanks for watching.

watch the episode after the jump

White Party Palm Springs 2013 was everything we wanted. Period.

Patrick and I attended WPPS (as the “kids” in the know quickly informed me is what White Party Palm Springs is referred to as) over this past Easter long weekend and barely survived we had that much fun. Stepping from 55 Fahrenheit and overcast in Vancouver to blue skies and 85-90 degrees in beautiful Palm Springs, California, we knew things were on track the second we got off our plane. Patrick had been working his contacts and even I got into the mix setting up meet and greets, interview and events for our 5 day trip and the payoff was one hell of a time. WPPS is an annual event that takes place in the desert town of Palm Springs and attracts tens of thousands of gay men (sorry ladies, while you’re certainly allowed you will by FAR be in the minority) with its promise of perfect weather, lavish events and exciting performances: and this year had them all in spades. We took our time getting in a day early and staying a day late to fully prepare and decompress after the bang out weekend and boy were our bodies and minds happier for it. No matter what the liver damage or how many shirts we sweat through- it was worth it.

While I won’t give away the details of the performances before the click through- yes, you’re going to have to actually read my review to get to the highs and see the Avicii “I Could Be the One” music video remake that Patrick has been diligently working at this past week of filming to prepare for- I will mention the bigger names and sights to wet your appetite. I had my arms around a 9 foot tall draggin’ Willam who took one look at my Harley Davidson shirt and said: “Bitch, you a queen- you ain’t go no Haaaaarley!”; Patrick is currently sporting a profile picture with the new love of his life Carmen Electra; I may have offered to sleep with Icona Pop‘s impossibly beautiful Aino Jawo; and, Patrick has discovered the newest and greatest thing to come out of the LA music scene. And, that was only the beginning…

Click through to read the WPPS 2013 review and see Patrick and My Avicii Video Remake

First off, unbeknownst to some, ambivalence isn’t the lack of an opinion, in fact it’s the opposite as it reflects the inability to choose between opposite opinions, and that’s the dilemma I face with Struck By Lightning. A star-studded cast (for this budget), this “Easy-A“/Jude Apatowian-esque indie struggles to really make you care as it attempts to dig into a realistic reveal of high school live but unfortunately stays mainly on the surface. The story starts off with our leading lady man, Chris Colfer getting (wait for it) struck by lightning. The story told is Colfer looking back on his life and particularly the last few months of school as he blackmails his way into success at a school that otherwise laughs at him. Trying to get into I think Northwestern University (honestly, I don’t even remember anymore, it’s not that important), the lead finds himself surrounded by high school cliches and an unaiding family life that has him struggling.

Really, that’s all you need to know to decide if you want to see it. I have a hard time knowing who I’d recommend this movie to. I suppose if you are 16 and questioning your sexuality and wanting to break out of your small town Anywhere, USA, then go for it- otherwise you’ll likely be pretty much bored to tears. That said, there are a couple of odd additions that made this thing viewable to the end: Allison Janney and Rebel Wilson. Chris Colfer is famous for “Glee” and “Glee” alone and will likely keep it that way as even when he doesn’t play “a gay character” as he KIND of is not suppose to be in this one, his speech and mannerisms get in the way of you thinking of him in any other way. Janney and Wilson must have owed this kid a favour because they actually managed to bring it in their slightly limited parts with Janney stealing the show as the only true actor on screen who portrays an emotionally stunted alcoholic with the perfect blend of humour and maudlin.

Click through to see the trailer and read the rest of my review

You’ve seen our show, you love/hate our show and now you could be a part of our show!

With Nic leaving the table we have a seat open and are looking for a new Co-Host! Homorazzi is an Entertainment Round Table show filmed in Vancouver where we dish on all things Gossip, Music, Movies, TV & Gay News! It airs on OUTtv in Canada and as of April are going to twice a month airings!

If this is you, you must:

  • Be able to attend our taping in Vancouver
  • Have an outgoing personality
  • Be really fun
  • Have a strong opinion
  • Know your current events
  • Not take ANYTHING personally
  • Be able to bitch out Adam when needed
  • Smell nice because Patrick has a sensitive nose
  • And NEVER EVER out-gay Tommy.

If you’re interested send a message to Tommy[at] with a photo of yourself (doesn’t need to be a headshot), a brief description of yourself, any hosting experience (not really important but it’s fun to know) and what you love most about our show. Points awarded to most creative submissions!

We’re going to be shortlisting some candidates and putting them through an on air audition! HOW EXCITING…and terrifying (for them, fun for us!) If you want more info just ask us in the comments below. This is open to anyone (except straight people, children and animals…no offense) so send in your submissions and you could be a pseudo television star like we are!

YOU.HAVE.TO.WATCH.THIS.MOVIE. Yes, Mean Girls, Bridesmaids and Drop Dead Gorgeous will always hold a special place in our gay hearts but make some room, because this out of nowhere indie comedy will have you grinning ear to ear like an idiot from start to finish. While this movie isn’t going to have the tweens and the queens quoting it for years to come and will likely not be turned into a musical (you go Tina Fey), it is however an amazing reference to have in your back pocket when your next date asks you to name your favourite comedies and you don’t want to sound like every other mo’ he dated that week (yes, in this scenario your date is a bit of a whore) and come up with “Zoolander” and his black lung. AND, if your date happens to be Jewish (you lucky bastard), he’ll love you even more ’cause this one is straight up chalked full off rabinical humour (not really, but I did like the way that sentence sounds so I’m sticking with it).

Let me set the scene for you. Two otherwise predominantly C-List actresses: Lauren Miller and Ari Graynor hate each other. They have ever since the great “pee incident” of 2003 (you’ll see what I’m talking about in the trailer below). But, their uber gay friend played by (I’ll be nice here) B-Lister Justin Long- who slays me as a too gay and perfect portrayal homo- pushes them to live together out of mutual sheer desperation. As the prudish brunette finds out that her seemingly skanky blond roommate works out of the house on a sex line, hilarity ensues. I’m literally going to leave the synopsis at that dated cliche of a send off because honestly the plot line isn’t the main attraction of this film: it’s the characters. Don’t get me wrong, the plot is unique in its way and sets up for great and easy jokes, but the brill balls writing put into this piece and the dead on acting by two girls you assume must be playing themselves it’s so natural are what will have you thanking me for this referral.

Click through to see the trailer and read the rest of my review

Rising Aussie Actor Turned Singer: Sam Clark

In: Adam, Music

I am SO not cutting edge with music (though I did lay claim to being the original folk music fan on this site while the rest were still mast posting Rihanna remixes of “Pon de Replay” on each other’s walls and look at that industry now!), but I’m gonna call this kid as a future hit in the US. Actor turned singer from the long-running Aussie hit Neighbours, Sam Clark is a surfer lookin’ 25-year old with a strong aptitude for the stage and song and looks good while doing it. Let me prefix by saying this boy is WELL too young for me to even pretend to be crushing on and 100% too straight I’m sure but I AM starting to notice an odd predilection for the blonds these days so I thought: why not. Also, looking at the minimal thousands of hits this young chap has on his videos so far I thought it might be worth it to mention an up and comer you might not have heard of yet.

A little background on the man, Sam won his spot on the nearly two decade long running iconic Australian show Neighbours through a national contest and talent search (I’m SURE his looks had nothing to do with it ;). From Adelaide, the actor gave up the boob tube to break into singing and has since moved to Los Angeles and continues to travel back and forth to the UK to continue his career’s progression. His singing featuring on the comedy Mental is likely a huge boom for him (not really sure how he scored the job, but good on him) and let’s see if he’ll flash in the pan or make it big: he seems pretty genuine so I’ll hope for the latter.

Click Through to See His Best Videos

American Idol 12: Sudden Death First Ten Boys

In: Adam, TV Shows

Night Two and who’s as precariously excited as I am? I don’t mean to harp it, but I’m not too confident that tonight’s boys are gonna be much more amazing than the girls from Wednesday. I don’t know what it is about these smaller theatres (cough cough, less editing) but it always seems like the lack of dancing, background singers and the ability to maintain proper pitch rears its ugly head much more than when we finally make our way to the gigantic Kodak centre. That SAID, I’m constantly more impressed with the tone of the boys than the girls- just the way their voices work with the typically lower registers- so there’s a chance I won’t be as cringing this eve as much as I did for a few of the chicas from the night previous.

Tonight I’m gonna try to rant a bit less about the outfits (mostly because they’re guys and unless they’re trying to pull off the 10 sizes too small blazers like that queen preacher from last year I shouldn’t have TOO too much to comment there) as the boys typically don’t focus too much on the styling this early in the game. That said, you KNOW I’m gonna have something to say about JDA and her dress (I’m just assuming- we haven’t got there yet). Judges are the same as per, Mariah is just a total icon up there in the chairs and I’m hopeful that I do better with my predictions tonight that yesterday’s abortion of a favourite picking. Let’s get to it!

Click through to see the performances and read the rest of my review

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