The second day brings more queer-centric reviews, on movies spanning time and space, that continue to raise this blogathon’s already high bar of quality. So enjoy! (And don’t forget to enter the raffle!)
- Christianne from Krell Laboratories returns to discuss the pleasures of Weekend—one of my recent favorites, too—as well as Richard Linklater’s latest, Bernie.
- We’re off to Thailand courtesy of Peter from Coffee coffee and more coffee, who reviewed Sarasawadee Wongsompetch’s Yes or No.
- From The Depths Of DVD Hell’s Elwood Jones has been busy, providing us with reviews of C.R.A.Z.Y. and wild, sexy Gregg Araki movies like Nowhere, The Doom Generation, and Kaboom.
- More from Jake at Not Just Movies, this time a comprehensive post on Fassbinder’s In a Year of 13 Moons, which outdoes even Fox and His Friends when it comes to being depressing.
- In perhaps the blogathon’s best-researched piece so far, Joseph from Marlene Dietrich: The Last Goddess reads Dietrich’s collaborations with von Sternberg through Sontag’s “Notes on ‘Camp’.”
- Ever seen the early silent queer film A Florida Enchantment? Angela from The Hollywood Revue has, and was gracious enough to write about it for us!
Such an eclectic set of writing already, and we’re just getting started!