In the LGBT tag, you’ll find posts featuring productions with LGBTQIA+ storylines, or productions with prominent characters who identify under one of the acronyms.

Gift of Fear (2024) – Review

In this movie featuring Indigenous people and stories, a young woman played by Isa Antonetti, is trying to adjust to her new foster home as her girlfriend is kidnapped by people from her past.

The Chi: Season 6 – Written Review

As “The Chi” extends into its 6th season, it continues to be something worth applauding for how diverse it wants its depiction of Chicago to be. However, it still struggles to do the most at a high caliber.

Sins of the Bride (2024)

With “Sins of the Bride,” get ready for a slightly different take on the crazy light-skinned character who becomes disruptive to someone’s relationship.

All That We Love (2024)

Starring Margaret Cho and Kenneth Choi, in “All That We Love,“ we watch as an estranged ex husband and father with the best/worst timing, tries to reconcile with his ex wife and daughter.

Love Kills (2024) Movie Review

“Love Kills” loses its luster as you figure out it is using sex and violence to compensate for a lackluster story.

My Old Ass (2024) Movie Review

Megan Park delivers another coming-of-age story, but this one focuses on a young woman meeting herself in the future and questioning the sexuality she thought she was firm in.

Close To You (2024) – Movie Review

Starring Elliot Page, known for “The Umbrella Academy”, in this NewFest Pride release, Page plays a transman returning home for the first time in 4 years since transitioning and dealing with their friends and family awkwardly trying to reintegrate back into his life.

The Ms. Pat Show: Season 4 Review

“The Ms. Pat Show” continues to blur the lines between being a sitcom and drama as it gives its live and at-home audience what feels like a top-notch play.

The Equalizer: Season 4 Review

With a shortened season, season 4 of “The Equalizer” tries its best to keep the course for many of its characters, but some are clearly sacrificed to meet the reduced episode count.

Killer Body Count (2024) Movie Review

Starring Cassiel Eatock-Winnik and Savana Tardieu, this Tubi release sends teenage boys and girls to a Catholic camp to repent and reform from acting depraved.

Prom Dates (2024) Movie Review

As two friends seek out prom dates to hold up a pact they made as kids, you watch a film that seems as beholden to the familiar as its leads are to their promise.

Fallout: Season 1 – Review

Season 1 of “Fallout” continues the trend of good video game adaptations we’ve seen recently, with this trying to balance the seriousness of a nuclear apocalypse with the comedy Obsidian Entertainment gave “Fallout: New Vegas.”

Femme (2024) Movie Review

In a complicated revenge tale, one assault leads to the desire to create revenge porn but when a romance blooms, so begins the question of whether to take things that far?

Good One – Movie Review and Summary

In a movie that may have more scenes of landscapes and walking than dialog, viewers are pushed to notice the subtle shift in dynamics between a father, daughter, and the father’s odd friend.

In The Summers – Movie Review and Summary

“In The Summers” is an almost bittersweet look at the relationship between a father and his daughters, as you question if his imperfections may sour their relationship to the point of abandonment.

Safe Home: Season 1 – Recap/ Review

“Safe Home” is a 4 episode series about family violence that can be a challenge to watch but reminds you these stories are more than just content.

Good Grief (2024) – Movie Review

In “Good Grief,” the universality of loneliness is explored, whether single due to death, a break-up, rejection, or just never getting to be “The One.”

Anyone But You (2023) – Movie Review

In “Anyone But You” two people find themselves in a push and pull situation as they fake a relationship they realize might be just what they needed.