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Wednesday, October 8, 2008

And Speaking of Movies You Can Watch for Free at Home Using Technology…

posted by on October 8 at 13:30 PM

If you absolutely don’t want to watch My Effortless Brilliance—I mean, it came out, like, a bunch of months ago and stuff!—the 2008 Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival (which opens October 17th—more details in next week’s paper) is hosting their first ever online Indie-Fest, via

Although the official festival doesn’t start until next week, the website is already streaming three features and five shorts. One of the features is called Karl Rove, I Love You. One of the shorts is called Tranny MacGuyver. Viewers can vote on their favorites, and then the winners win some stuff! Hooray for winning some stuff! Hooray for gay and lesbian movies! Hooray for us all!

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Tranny McGuyver is AWESOME

Posted by bruce | October 8, 2008 1:44 PM

Horray for Lindy West, for you are fucking hillarious and your writing makes me happy.

Posted by greendyke | October 8, 2008 1:57 PM

My Effortless Brilliance was brilliant, and arguably the #1 reason to love Sean Nelson save 'Woolly Muffler' and 'Little Round Mirrors.'

Gay movies? Gay movies fucking suck. 98% of them are absolute garbage. (That's being generous.) Even if I could refrain from understanding homophobia while watching them, they aren't funny and they aren't entertaining. They're embarrassing to watch. The production value almost always supersedes the "story" and dialogue, and that's saying something. What also says something is when the best movies screening at these festivals are movies that were never intended to be gay, but gays adopted them like they were for retarded gayass reasons.

Posted by Mr. Poe | October 8, 2008 2:03 PM

tranny macguyver is on youtube if you don't want to download some weird program:

Posted by jrrrl | October 8, 2008 2:10 PM

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