Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Gay Zombie Movie Wins Audience Award in Baton Rouge

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From 247 Gay.com:
(Seattle, WA) -- Feature-length horror spoof Creatures from the Pink Lagoon has been awarded the Audience Choice Award at the Q2 Baton Rouge Gay & Lesbian Film Festival.

Creatures from the Pink Lagoon is an irreverent mash-up of gay male melodrama and B movie madness, in which a plucky young sissy's idyllic birthday weekend is crashed by a group of libidinous gay men - turned into ravenous flesh-eating zombies by toxic mosquitoes at a cruisy highway rest stop.

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From CFTPL MySpace:

In a small town in 1967, plucky young sissy Phillip (Nick Garrison) is about to celebrate his birthday at the beach cottage owned by his best friend Stan (Lowell Deo). All of Phillip's friends are gathered for the festivities, including Stan's hunky-but-impulsive boyfriend Billy (Vincent Kovar), Billy's shy, nerdy cousin Joseph (Evan Mosher), and Randall (Philip D. Clarke), the chain-smoking, bitter queen of the bunch. Meanwhile, a horde of libidinous gay men -- turned into ravenous flesh-eating zombies by toxic mosquitoes at a cruisy highway rest stop -- are making their way towards our oblivious celebrants, eating every man in their path. With body parts washing up on shore and party guests disappearing, our heroes must find a way to stop the zombie onslaught. Will Stan keep the rotting corpses out of his spotless home? Will Joseph work up the courage to declare his love for Phillip? Can Billy keep it in his pants long enough to stay alive? And is Phillip's cheating boyfriend coming to the party to save them, or to eat them? No one is safe in this campy mix of classic B horror flicks and pre-Stonewall gay melodramas!

1 Comments:

Anonymous Thing said...

lol... That is just too much.

26 September, 2006  

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