Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 16: Latter Days

Viktor Devonne asked some of his favorite nightlife personalities for some of their formative queer movies and they narrowed them to 3 each. Each segment features discussion on that film from the entertainer, in addition to further notes from those who were there at the time of the recording session. These are by no means meant to be a comprehensive expose on each film, but features notable memories, scenes, and analysis on them.

Part 16 (video version) features the second selection from Lucky Charming and Mr. Valdez who both chose Latter Days (2003) directed by C. Jay Cox, and starring Steve Sandvoss, Wes Ramsey, Amber Benson, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Jacqueline Bisset.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 2” which contains the 2nd film selection of all of the participants including Oliver Swisskey, Noctua, Esmerelda May, Miss Violet DeVille, Mimi Hurricane, Lewd Alfred Douglas, and Viktor Devonne. For video ease, each film has been highlighted as a standalone video track, available freely to watchers.

You may support the podcast network via Patreon.com/WEBurlesque. At the minimum $1 pledge, you will have access to multiple video exclusives including the longrunning Music That Made WE and last year’s full-length video versions of The Movies That Made WE. The Movies That Made WE (Queer) is a creation of WEBurlesque Podcast Network, produced by Viktor Devonne.

  • Your panel today is… Lucky Charming (@mrluckycharming and @intellectualhomosexual on Instagram and @intellecthomo on Twitter)

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Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 15: Truth or Dare

Viktor Devonne asked some of his favorite nightlife personalities for some of their formative queer movies and they narrowed them to 3 each. Each segment features discussion on that film from the entertainer, in addition to further notes from those who were there at the time of the recording session. These are by no means meant to be a comprehensive expose on each film, but features notable memories, scenes, and analysis on them.

Part 15 (video version) features the second selection from Viktor Devonne who chose Truth or Dare (1991) directed by Alek Keshishian as documentary filmed during the time of Madonna’s 1990 Blond Ambition Tour, and featuring her backup dancers and singers behind the scenes and live music performances, and interactions with Sandra Bernhard, Warren Beatty, Antonio Banderas, and others.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 2” which contains the 1st film selection of all of the participants including Miss Violet Deville, Noctua, Esmerelda May, Lewd Alfred Douglas, Oliver Swisskey, Mr. Valdez, Mimi Hurricane, and Lucky Charming. For video ease, each film has been highlighted as a standalone video track, available freely to watchers.

Listen to all of part 2:

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  • Your panel today is… Viktor Devonne (@viktordevonne on everything)

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Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 14: Maurice

Viktor Devonne asked some of his favorite nightlife personalities for some of their formative queer movies and they narrowed them to 3 each. Each segment features discussion on that film from the entertainer, in addition to further notes from those who were there at the time of the recording session. These are by no means meant to be a comprehensive expose on each film, but features notable memories, scenes, and analysis on them.

Part 14 (video version) features the second selection from Lewd Alfred Douglas who chose Maurice (1987) directed by James Ivory, and starring Hugh Grant, Rupert Graves, James Wilby, and Simon Callow.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 2” which contains the 2nd film selection of all of the participants including Oliver Swisskey, Noctua, Esmerelda May, Miss Violet DeVille, Mimi Hurricane, Lucky Charming, and Viktor Devonne. For video ease, each film has been highlighted as a standalone video track, available freely to watchers.

You may support the podcast network via Patreon.com/WEBurlesque. At the minimum $1 pledge, you will have access to multiple video exclusives including the longrunning Music That Made WE and last year’s full-length video versions of The Movies That Made WE. The Movies That Made WE (Queer) is a creation of WEBurlesque Podcast Network, produced by Viktor Devonne.

  • Your panel today is… Lewd Alfred Douglas (@lewdalfred on Instagram and @hismajesty on Twitter)

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Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 13: Hunchback of Notre Dame

Viktor Devonne asked some of his favorite nightlife personalities for some of their formative queer movies and they narrowed them to 3 each. Each segment features discussion on that film from the entertainer, in addition to further notes from those who were there at the time of the recording session. These are by no means meant to be a comprehensive expose on each film, but features notable memories, scenes, and analysis on them.

Part 13 (video version) features the second film selection from Noctua who chose The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996) directed by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise and featuring the voices of Demi Moore, Tom Hulce, Tony Jay, and Kevin Kline.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 2” which contains the 1st film selection of all of the participants including Miss Violet Deville, Esmerelda May, Lewd Alfred Douglas, Oliver Swisskey, Mr. Valdez, Mimi Hurricane, Lucky Charming, and Viktor Devonne. For video ease, each film has been highlighted as a standalone video track, available freely to watchers.

Listen to all of part 2:

You may support the podcast network via Patreon.com/WEBurlesque. At the minimum $1 pledge, you will have access to multiple video exclusives including the longrunning Music That Made WE and last year’s full-length video versions of The Movies That Made WE. The Movies That Made WE (Queer) is a creation of WEBurlesque Podcast Network, produced by Viktor Devonne.

  • Your panel today is… Noctua(@noctuavindicta on instagram)

and also featuring: Esmerelda May (@esmerelda.may on instagram), and Viktor Devonne (@viktordevonne on everything)

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You may also find us at @weburlesque on all relevant platforms and weburlesquepodcast.com to find your preferred audio listening platform.

Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 12: Jessica Jones season 3

Viktor Devonne asked some of his favorite nightlife personalities for some of their formative queer movies and they narrowed them to 3 each. Each segment features discussion on that film from the entertainer, in addition to further notes from those who were there at the time of the recording session. These are by no means meant to be a comprehensive expose on each film, but features notable memories, scenes, and analysis on them.

Part 12 (video version) features the second selection from Miss Violet DeVille who chose Jessica Jones season 3 (2019) with episodes directed by Anton Cropper, Mairzee Almas, and Sanford Bookstaver; and starring Krysten Ritter, Rachael Taylor, Walker, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Aneesh Sheth.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 2” which contains the 2nd film selection of all of the participants including Oliver Swisskey, Noctua, Esmerelda May, Lewd Alfred Douglas, Mimi Hurricane, Lucky Charming, and Viktor Devonne. For video ease, each film has been highlighted as a standalone video track, available freely to watchers.

You may support the podcast network via Patreon.com/WEBurlesque. At the minimum $1 pledge, you will have access to multiple video exclusives including the longrunning Music That Made WE and last year’s full-length video versions of The Movies That Made WE. The Movies That Made WE (Queer) is a creation of WEBurlesque Podcast Network, produced by Viktor Devonne.

  • Your panel today is… Miss Violet DeVille (@missvioletdeville)

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Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 11: Sailor Moon S

Viktor Devonne asked some of his favorite nightlife personalities for some of their formative queer movies and they narrowed them to 3 each. Each segment features discussion on that film from the entertainer, in addition to further notes from those who were there at the time of the recording session. These are by no means meant to be a comprehensive expose on each film, but features notable memories, scenes, and analysis on them.

Part 11 (video version) features the second film selection from Esmerelda May who chose Sailor Moon S (1994) directed by Hiroki Shibata and featuring the voices of Terri Hawkes, Karen Bernstein, and Sarah Lafleur.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 2” which contains the 1st film selection of all of the participants including Miss Violet Deville, Noctua, Lewd Alfred Douglas, Oliver Swisskey, Mr. Valdez, Mimi Hurricane, Lucky Charming, and Viktor Devonne. For video ease, each film has been highlighted as a standalone video track, available freely to watchers.

Listen to all of part 2:

You may support the podcast network via Patreon.com/WEBurlesque. At the minimum $1 pledge, you will have access to multiple video exclusives including the longrunning Music That Made WE and last year’s full-length video versions of The Movies That Made WE. The Movies That Made WE (Queer) is a creation of WEBurlesque Podcast Network, produced by Viktor Devonne.

  • Your panel today is… Esmerelda May (@esmerelda.may on instagram)

and also featuring: Noctua(@noctuavindicta on instagram), and Viktor Devonne (@viktordevonne on everything)

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You may also find us at @weburlesque on all relevant platforms and weburlesquepodcast.com to find your preferred audio listening platform.

Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 10: Another Gay Movie

Viktor Devonne asked some of his favorite nightlife personalities for some of their formative queer movies and they narrowed them to 3 each. Each segment features discussion on that film from the entertainer, in addition to further notes from those who were there at the time of the recording session. These are by no means meant to be a comprehensive expose on each film, but features notable memories, scenes, and analysis on them.

Part 10 (video version) features the second selection from Oliver Swisskey who chose Another Gay Movie (2006) directed by Todd Stephens and starring Michael Carbonaro, Jonah Blechman, Jonathan Chase, and Mitch Morris, with Lypsinka, Graham Norton, and Scott Thompson in supporting roles.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 2” which contains the 2nd film selection of all of the participants including Miss Violet Deville, Noctua, Esmerelda May, Lewd Alfred Douglas, Mimi Hurricane, Lucky Charming, and Viktor Devonne. For video ease, each film has been highlighted as a standalone video track, available freely to watchers.

You may support the podcast network via Patreon.com/WEBurlesque. At the minimum $1 pledge, you will have access to multiple video exclusives including the longrunning Music That Made WE and last year’s full-length video versions of The Movies That Made WE. The Movies That Made WE (Queer) is a creation of WEBurlesque Podcast Network, produced by Viktor Devonne.

  • Your panel today is… Oliver Swisskey (@oswisskey)

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You may also find us at @weburlesque on all relevant platforms and weburlesquepodcast.com to find your preferred audio listening platform.

Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 9: Rent

Viktor Devonne asked some of his favorite nightlife personalities for some of their formative queer movies and they narrowed them to 3 each. Each segment features discussion on that film from the entertainer, in addition to further notes from those who were there at the time of the recording session. These are by no means meant to be a comprehensive expose on each film, but features notable memories, scenes, and analysis on them.

Part 9 (video version) features the second selection from Mimi Hurricane who chose Rent (2005) directed by Chris Columbus and starring Rosario Dawson, Anthony Rapp, Adam Pascal, and Idina Menzel.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 2” which contains the 1st film selection of all of the participants including Miss Violet Deville, Noctua, Esmerelda May, Lewd Alfred Douglas, Mimi Hurricane, Lucky Charming, Oliver Swisskey, and Viktor Devonne. For video ease, each film has been highlighted as a standalone video track, available freely to watchers.

You may support the podcast network via Patreon.com/WEBurlesque. At the minimum $1 pledge, you will have access to multiple video exclusives including the longrunning Music That Made WE and last year’s full-length video versions of The Movies That Made WE. The Movies That Made WE (Queer) is a creation of WEBurlesque Podcast Network, produced by Viktor Devonne.

  • Your panel today is… Mimi Hurricane (@mimihurricane)

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Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 8: Jeffrey

Viktor Devonne asked some of his favorite nightlife personalities for some of their formative queer movies and they narrowed them to 3 each. Each segment features discussion on that film from the entertainer, in addition to further notes from those who were there at the time of the recording session. These are by no means meant to be a comprehensive expose on each film, but features notable memories, scenes, and analysis on them.

Part 8 (video version) features the first film selection from both Miss Violet DeVille and Esmerelda May, who both by happenstance chose The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) directed by Jim Sharman and starring its creator Richard O’Brien, Susan Sarandon, Meat Loaf, and Tim Curry as the indelible devious bisexual Dr. Frank N. Furter.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 1” which contains the 1st film selection of all of the participants including Miss Violet Deville, Noctua, Esmerelda May, Lewd Alfred Douglas, Oliver Swisskey, Mr. Valdez, Mimi Hurricane, and Lucky Charming. For video ease, each film has been highlighted as a standalone video track, available freely to watchers.

Listen to all of part 1:

You may support the podcast network via Patreon.com/WEBurlesque. At the minimum $1 pledge, you will have access to multiple video exclusives including the longrunning Music That Made WE and last year’s full-length video versions of The Movies That Made WE. The Movies That Made WE (Queer) is a creation of WEBurlesque Podcast Network, produced by Viktor Devonne.

  • Your panel today is… Viktor Devonne (@viktordevonne on everything)

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You may also find us at @weburlesque on all relevant platforms and weburlesquepodcast.com to find your preferred audio listening platform.