Juan never expected to amount to anything in his life except the headline "Disaster of a Human Being Found Dead Under Piles of Comics, Blu-rays, and Vodka Bottles While 'Sussudio' Played on Repeat in the Distance." By some miraculous event, he co-runs a film criticism site, Dim the House Lights, and works as an arts writer for New Times. He aspires to be Bridget Jones and loves genre flicks, queer cinema, Sondheim musicals, and talking about Carol.
22 hours ago | Culture
Popcorn Frights has promised to be "bigger, bolder, and bloodier" in its third year, and the second wave of program announcements reflects that commitment. The festival has already revealed its homegrown horror section and a number of other new fe...
5 days ago | LGBT
Miami has a party happening practically every night of the week. You could show up any evening and end up at something well worth checking out. And for queer people, the options are only growing. But with so many events popping up, how do you know...
6 days ago | Environmental
The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science's latest event touches upon one of the most important films of the year: Wonder Woman.
13 days ago | LGBT
Counter Corner has been a staple of Miami's queer community for more than two years. The third Sunday of every month at the Corner, the party constantly spilled into the streets like beer from a tipsy reveler's cup. That was reason enough for its ...
15 days ago | Film and TV
The horror! The horror! It’s back! And it’s pulling Miami into the depths of terror. The Popcorn Frights Film Festival, taking place August 11 to 17 at O Cinema Wynwood, has announced the first wave of programming for its third edition.
25 days ago | Film and TV
Summer is here, it’s queer, and you better get used to it. As June begins, local art cinemas are bringing the fun with some new series, some old favorites, and a mountain of classic films for everyone to enjoy. Here’s what and where you can check ...