888 4 GAY NEWS or 888-442-9639

Entertainment

Gay conversion horror movie coming soon

The plot centers on a transgender teen who is sent away to a camp and discovers the patients are being turned into monsters. 

There have been plenty of cinematic dramas that deal with the topic of gay conversion therapy, but now there is one being developed into a horror movie. 

Actor says he's not gay after ambiguous IG post

"I’m certainly not going to stop calling my mates cuties and gorgeous, because they are cuties and they are gorgeous."

One of the world's biggest up-and-coming actors caused a loud buzz on social media in October after he posted something that many thought alluded to his sexuality. 

Keith Dupell brings lots of color to a gallery in Hillcrest

Kava will extend the gallery until December 21. 

Keith Dupell former florist and owner of popular Dupell Salon Aux Fleurs and Floral Art which was in Hillcrest on Park Blvd for 10 years has recently debuted his first collection of art, 15 abstract oil paintings.

Keith (pictured above, second from right) has always been creative and artistic in nature completing his first two paintings of this collection in 2002.

Pride Journey: Indianapolis

Joey Amato is the publisher of Pride Journeys, a website dedicated to LGBT travel. Joey has spent over a decade in LGBT media and public relations and currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee.

Movie Review: "Border”

No, Ali Abbasi’s “Border” isn’t about the current U.S. government’s fixation on  “hordes” of aliens allegedly storming the U.S. southern border.

It is Finland’s entry for the Best Foreign Film Oscar this year – an odd little film about big issues like humanity, the Other, and what defines each.

Review: “Volcanoes: The Fire of Creation”

You’ll see volcanic explosions, some fiery, others producing grayish white mushrooming clouds that grow ever bigger.

It’s been a year for daredevils on film. First there was “Free Solo,” the documentary about Alex Honnold, the first climber to scale Yosemite’s El Capitan (3200 feet of solid granite, straight up) without ropes.