Hello! In this episode, we talk about the 2016 movie The Love Witch. It’s amazing.
In this weeks episode, we talk about the 2018 movie Love, Simon. Caelin also spoils the entire plot of the book They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera.
In this episode, I allowed my husband to rant to me about Twin Peaks for awhile. A good time was had by all.
We could just call this episode “Caelin gushes about Michael Sheen for 50 minutes.”
Please enjoy this rambling minisode that is mostly about one of my cats. Her name is Tango.
In this weeks episode, we cover the very strange netflix movie The Perfection. They take the cello very seriously.
Lots of trigger warnings on this movie for pedophilia and body horror. It’s a rough ride.
In this weeks episode, we finish up the first season of Pose. Well, one of us does anyway.
Hello! This week, we sit down to discuss the first episode of the fx show Pose. The next episode will be a much more comprehensive conversation about the show, I swear.
In this episode, we talk about the 1990 John Water’s cult classic Crybaby.
In this episode, we sit down with a Pro Dom to discuss all the things that the Netflix series Bond got wrong. And how much we liked Doug.
In this episode we (briefly) discuss the first four episodes of the Netflix series Bonding.
In this week’s episode of the podcast, we talk about Brie Larson’s netflix movie Unicorn Store. It made Caelin cry.
In this episode we talk about the 2018 historical drama Colette! We really enjoyed it. Also, this episode might be haunted.
A special guest joins a very sick Caelin in the “studio” to discuss which of Rory Gilmore’s boyfriends is the least awful.
Spoiler Alert: We loved it.
In this episode, we kind of talk about the movie Mean Girls. And also we talk about lesbian pirates.
In this episode, we cover the 2003 romcom Down With Love. It definitely counts as a queer movie. Trust me.
In this episode, we cover the true crime movie Bernie. Listen as Caelin attempts to cobble together half remembered Ann Rule novels into a comprehensive knowledge of the law.
Okay, but. Would you have eaten that peach? Honest answers only.
Hello! In this weeks episode, we cover the movie King Cobra. We stay on topic the whole time.
This week we talk about the 2003 movie, Party Monster! Cacn you believe we’ve made it all the way to episode thirty?
This week we cover the 1996 comedy classic The Birdcage! Nathan Lane was really important to both of our childhoods.
In this episode, we cover a wide range of topics from Grey’s Anatomy, to Shane Dawson videos, to exboyfriends.
What exactly is Freddy getting revenge for in this movie?
In this weeks installment, we cover episodes 4-6 of the first season of MTV’s scream. And eat donuts.
That’s a fun, catchy title!
In this episode, we discuss the MTV Scream TV series. We watch episodes 1-3 of the first season, but I spoil pretty much the whole series for everyone! So much fun.
In this episode, we cover the first and eleventh episodes of the first season of Girl Meets World. We are way too old for this show. We also discuss the Boy Meets World episode “And Than There Was Shawn”, because it’s a great episode.
In this weeks episode, we randomly picked a movie from Hulu and watched Beyond The Hills. It is sad.
In this weeks episode we talk about the super cute, 2014 movie Boys (Jongens). I almost ruin one of Brandon’s favorite movies for him.
Today we cover a movie that Caelin has been obsessed with for year, Dark Harbor. There are just so many questions about this 1998 thriller.
On this weeks random Boy Meets World episode, we are covering S4E18, “Uncle Daddy”.
In this episode, we cover the 1996 queer classic, Bound.
In episode twenty (wow!) we watch the little known 2001 movie Gypsy 83.
In episode nineteen, we cover the 1997 movie In & Out!
Did you know this movie has gay? Because we didn’t.
Episode Seventeen! That’s so many! This week we discuss a movie we have been wanting to do for weeks. Thankfully Netflix finally put Interview With The Vampire back up!
This week, Caelin’s husband joins her on the couch to talk about one of the best high school sitcoms of the nineties, Boy Meets World.
In this episode we discuss the 2010 Juno Temple movie Dirty Girl!
In this episode we talk about the movie Carol, and the novel that inspired it. We also talk about ghosts.
This episode is so late! Last week we went to see Disobedience in theaters and it was amazing. We basically just gush about the movie the whole time and then somehow end up yelling about Star Wars again. Also, while editing I realized that we were mispronouncing Dovid’s name the entire time. Despite it being, arguably, a very easy name to pronounce.
In this episode, recorded on my birthday, my husband and I watched an episode of According To Jim and talked about it. No, I don’t really know why.
This week we take a look at the 1985 horror classic Fright Night. After a nearly forty minute conversation about the Star Wars and Marvel movies. There is a lot of Deadpool 2 talk.
A guest joins us this week as we discuss The Lost Boys, a true queer eighties classic.
This week we had a couple starts and stops, because we tried to watch some really terrible movies and just couldn’t do it. So, haggard and discouraged, we decided to watch San Junipero. Because when it doubt about the state of queer media, watch San Junipero.
On our official Tenth Episode of Not Gay Enough, we discuss a truly amazing film. The best movie of 2011? The biggest Oscar snub of all time? No. This week we talk about Vampire Boys!
Something a little different this week. Caelin and an old friend get together to talk about the first three episodes of Sabrina The Teenage Witch. Pretty much exactly what the title says.
Listen to us drunkenly gush about Boy Meets Girl for almost two straight hours. We love this movie.
Join us on our winding journey through the movie The Secret Path, which we randomly chose from Amazon. It has demons and a cult in it, maybe? We aren’t sure!
We said we would do it so we did it. In this minisode, Brandon reads Caelin’s old Glee fanfiction out loud for everyone’s horror and amusement. The original post on livejournal had a warning for violence, homophobia, and suicide. So, I guess… Have fun!
This week, on the seventh episode, we cover the iconic movie To Wong Foo, Thanks for everything! Julie Newmar. A mid-nineties classic that holds up except for all the parts the super don’t hold up.