Otto was great at Sundance
Mr. Poe!? how could you do that to a helpless rabbit?
That rabbit is the size of a pony!
I'm going to catch the midnite showing of Otto with Purple Mark.
Should be fun!
Hmmm... Doesn't Queer As Folk, premiering in the U.K. in 1999 and in the U.S. in 2000, predate everything Chris mentioned, gay-zombie-wise?
That wasn't me, silly. That's DJ.
Variety: "SIFF tiff over miff"
The dead rabbit is not OK, but the zombie in the swim trunks looks pretty hot.
zombies confuse me. . .some eat brains, some eat flesh. . .I wondered why the ones that eat flesh don't eat each other. . . now gay zombies! I'll never understand them now., way too much confusion for me.
I want a gay Dracula!
Cage aux zombies, La (1995)
They might not be gay...I *think* they are, it's been a long, long time since I've seen (parts) of it. The director and most of the actors are gay.
That's not a zombie, that's a hipster. Blech.
@12: Is there a difference?
When did "meme" become accepted for common use? That's a "look, I'm smart" word if I ever saw one.
Anyone who uses meme in a sentence should be taken out back and pummeled with a bag of dictionaries.
1976. And, have you ever been on the internet before?
I asked when it became accepted for COMMON use. As in, among regular people. Not effete urban liberals who read Adbusters.
And the correct answer is: Never.
Dictionary beatings will commence at 1 p.m.
F*CK!!! I'm in NYC while it's screening. THIS SUCKS!!!
And meme is common on the internet. It's as much a part of commenting as NSFW or RTFM.
Which is to say, it can be obnoxious but it's part of the internet vernacular now, like it or not.
Chris Diani also had a gay cowboy movie out long before Brokeback Mountain.
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