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Jinx Mirage Out & About: Detox, Gay as F-ck, and a Taste of Hillcrest

Jinx Mirage has everything there is to do in "Out & About."

How’s it going Hillcrest? I hope you guys are keeping cool with this mini heat wave we got going on.

But I hope you're ready for a weekend jam-packed with a bunch of different fun. We have Drag Race Queens, All kinda delicious food and an announcement you have been waiting for. So sit back relax and let’s get into this week's Out and About. 

Why every gay horror fan should see 'Hellbent'

'Hellbent' is the gay horror movie you need to see on the big screen.

The horror movie genre is undeniably dominated by a fanbase of heterosexual males. But there was one movie in 2004 that forever changed the game, and it was, and still is, damn good. 

Review: 'Cherry Pop' is a sweet comedy with a sharp stem

The cast of "Cherry Pop."

Forget RuPaul’s Drag Race, the “Cherry Pop” nightclub is the place to be for backstage drama and zinging one-liners. Part “Coyote Ugly,” part “Burlesque” Assaad Yacoub’s colorful comedy shines a light on seven drag performers who seem flippant on the outside, but struggle with real problems on the inside.

Ultimate Guide to San Diego Pride 2017 with Jinx Mirage

Here is the ULTIMATE Guide to San Diego Pride

Following Jinx's highlights is a bookmarkable guide to all the other events happening at Pride this year. 

What is up San Diego!!!!! Happy Pride!

It’s that time of year we have all been waiting for. All the months of hitting the gym, meal prepping and getting that Pride body ready has come.

11 things to know before you see 'The Women'

FilmOut San Diego and San Diego Pride are presenting the 1939 feminine powered classic “The Women” on the big screen on July 12.

If you aren’t familiar with this film, now would be a good time to see it. Perhaps the only film in history filled with so much estrogen, even the artworks in the movie are all female.

Five LGBT horror shorts you don't want to miss

There is a whole untapped mainstream genre that goes virtually ignored in the LGBT community: horror movies.

I have spoken to many people who absolutely love them, but you would be hard-pressed to find a critic who says our LGBT brothers and sisters are being portrayed accurately if at all. 

'Making Love' on the big screen March 15, in Hillcrest

Harry Hamlin in "Making Love," showing in Hillcrest March 15.

Thirty-five years ago, long before gay-themed movies became more mainstream and box-office draws, there was one which perhaps paved the way for all the rest, “Making Love.”

FilmOut is presenting this groundbreaking feature on the big screen at the Landmark theater in Hillcrest on Wednesday, March 15 at 7 pm.