Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 25: Clue

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 25 (video version) features the third film selection from Olive Swisskey who chose Clue (1985) directed by John Landis and starring Michael McKean, Tim Curry, Lesley Ann Warren, Madeline Kahn, Eileen Brennan, Martin Mull, and Christopher Lloyd.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 3” which contains the 1st film selection of all of the participants including Viktor Devonne, Mr. Valdez, Miss Violet DeVille, Lucky Charming, Mimi Hurricane, Lewd Alfred Douglas, Noctua, and Esmerelda May. For video ease, each film has been highlighted as a standalone video track, available freely to watchers.

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  • Olive Swisskey (@oswisskey on Instagram and on Twitter)

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Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 24: Were the World Mine

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 24 (video version) features the third film selection from Lucky Charming who chose Were the World Mine (2002) directed by Tom Gustafson and starring Tanner Cohen, Wendy Robie, Nathaniel David Becker, and Judy McLane.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 3” which contains the 1st film selection of all of the participants including Viktor Devonne, Mr. Valdez, Miss Violet DeVille, Oliver Swisskey, Mimi Hurricane, Lewd Alfred Douglas, Noctua, and Esmerelda May. For video ease, each film has been highlighted as a standalone video track, available freely to watchers.

Listen to all of part 3:

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  • Lucky Charming (@mrluckycharming and @intellectualhomosexual on Instagram and @intellecthomo on Twitter)

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Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 23: The Broken Hearts Club

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 23 (video version) features the third film selection from Mr. Valdez, who chose The Broken Hearts Club (2000) directed by Greg Berlanti and starring Timothy Olyphant, Dean Cain, Andrew Keegan, and Billy Porter.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 3” which contains the 1st film selection of all of the participants including Noctua, Esmerelda May, Miss Violet DeVille, Oliver Swisskey, Mimi Hurricane, Lewd Alfred Douglas, 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 3:

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  • Your panel today is…

Mr. Valdez (@iammrvaldez on instagram)

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Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 22: Queen of the Damned

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 22 (video version) features the third film selection from Noctua, who chose Queen of the Damned (2002) directed by Michael Rymer based on the Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice and sarring Stuart Townsend, Marguerite Moreau, Vincent Perez, and Aaliyah as the vampire queen Akasha.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 3” which contains the 1st film selection of all of the participants including Viktor Devonne, Mr. Valdez, Miss Violet DeVille, Oliver Swisskey, Mimi Hurricane, Lewd Alfred Douglas, Lucky Charming, and Esmerelda May. For video ease, each film has been highlighted as a standalone video track, available freely to watchers.

Listen to all of part 3:

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 (@noctuainvicta on instagram)

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Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 21: Mean Girls

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 23 (video version) features the third film selection from Esmerelda May, who chose Mean Girls (2004) directed by Greg Berlanti and starring Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Lizzy Caplan, and Tina Fey.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 3” which contains the 1st film selection of all of the participants including Noctua, Mr. Valdez, Miss Violet DeVille, Oliver Swisskey, Mimi Hurricane, Lewd Alfred Douglas, 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 3:

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)

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Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 20: American Gods 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 20 (video version) features the third film selection from Miss Violet DeVille who chose specific segments of the cinematic series American Gods, season 3 episodes directed by Jon Amiel and by Tim Southam and featuring performances by Dominque Jackson and Dana Aliya Levinson.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 3” which contains the 1st film selection of all of the participants including Noctua, 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 3:

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

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

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Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 19: The Naked Civil Servant

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 19 (video version) features the third film selection from Viktor Devonne, who chose The Naked Civil Servant (1975) directed by Jack Gold and starring John Hurt, Liz Gebhardt, Patricia Hodge, and John Rhys-Davies.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 3” which contains the 1st film selection of all of the participants including Noctua, Mr. Valdez, Miss Violet DeVille, Oliver Swisskey, Mimi Hurricane, Lewd Alfred Douglas, Lucky Charming, and Esmerelda May. For video ease, each film has been highlighted as a standalone video track, available freely to watchers.

Listen to all of part 3:

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  • Your panel today is…

Viktor Devonne (@viktordevonne on instagram)

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Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 18: Jennifer’s Body

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 17 (video version) features the third film selection from Mimi Hurricane, who chose Jennifer’s Body (2009) directed by Karyn Kusama and starring Megan Fox, Amanda Seyfried, Adam Brody, and Kyle Gallner.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 3” which contains the 1st film selection of all of the participants including Noctua, Esmerelda May, Miss Violet DeVille, Oliver Swisskey, Mr. Valdez, Lewd Alfred Douglas, 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 3:

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  • Your panel today is…

Mimi Hurricane (@mimihurricane on instagram)

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Movies That Made WE (queer) vol. 2, part 17: Hedwig and the Angry Inch

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 17 (video version) features the third film selection from Lewd Alfred Douglas, who chose Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001) directed by John Cameron Mitchell and starring its creators John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask, in addition to Michael Pitt, Miriam Shor, and Andrea Martin.

This video version segment is presented as a standalone piece, and may also be enjoyed in audio form as part of the overall “part 3” which contains the 1st film selection of all of the participants including Noctua, Esmerelda May, Miss Violet DeVille, 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 3:

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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