Helen and Luella are just another typical God-fearing mother and daughter who happen to bake Mincemeat muffins and run a charming if not a bit faded Bed and Breakfast Inn. Or are they? On the eve of the biggest gay party weekend of the year, and having not made advance reservations, five 'couples' find themselves having to make accommodations far from the city. There's Dom and Alex, the 'performers' and Deborah and Gabby, the sophisticated, entrepreneurial 'lipsticks'. There's also Mike and Eric, the upscale 'yuppie' power couple and their annoying 'fag-hag' friend, Lizette. Also checking in are Starr and Brenda, the struggling folk singer and tough-talking tomboy and lastly Rodney and Todd, the sugar daddy and 'personal trainer'. What should have been the biggest gay party weekend of the year quickly turns into every gay and lesbian's worst nightmare!
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The Gay Bed and Breakfast of Terror torrent reviews
Vicky P (au) wrote: Nothing special. The music is good, though.
Ashley J (gb) wrote: This movie was possibly the worst movie I've ever seen. Everyone 'stuck' in the house is a moron. I don't see what is so hard about smacking a doll in the fast with a long rod a few times and then running out of the front door. Everyone acted ad if they were defenseless against a few dolls. It made me laugh, and pissed me off.
Samantha S (nl) wrote: made for tv or should have been
Alex S (de) wrote: Lost Highway is certainly an acquired taste, but it is a movie that everyone should see just for the sheer singular experience and there's a hidden brilliance in certain scenes that only Lynch himself has been able to out do.
Jason L (nl) wrote: And so time rolls on. Similarly to 28 Up, it's Neil who is the heart and soul of 35. His story is infinitely heartbreaking, and I can't wait to see 42 to see where his life has taken him. As for the others, they're mostly content, having settled into the routines that make up daily life. Apted's series is still one of the most humanistic applications of the documentary format to ever grace screens.
william m (ca) wrote: A rather slow sci-fi with a good cast and a escalating ending.