“Is the LGBTQ-horror film ‘Spiral’ the new ‘Get Out’? Eh.” links

Spiral wants to be the LGBTQ version of Get Out. Is it? [Pajiba]
Will you try the Mountain Dew margarita at Red Lobster? [Dlisted]
James Charles is involved with even more drama, surprise. [Just Jared]
Is Taylor Swift hoping that folklore is Grammy-bait? [LaineyGossip]
Reem Acra’s new collection is handsy. [Go Fug Yourself]
Donald Trump is really fighting a war against mail-in ballots. He’s losing. [Buzzfeed]
Jerry Falwell Jr. drunkenly fell down the stairs… or something! [Towleroad]
Another academic was lying about their Afro-Cuban racial identity. [Jezebel]
Brandi Glanville is still spilling tea about her affair with Denise Richards. [OMGBlog]
Wow, Judge Reinhold has some thoughts about Brad Pitt. [Seriously OMG]

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  1. Case says:

    Spiral doesn’t look like Get Out to me. Seems more like a Rosemary’s Baby with a twist. IDK.

    Re: Folklore — I do think it will get a lot of Grammy nominations (rightfully so) and Taylor makes zero attempt to mask how eager she is for Grammys. She literally changed her entire career trajectory because RED didn’t win Album of the Year. She’s admitted to this, which, even as a fan of hers, I find wildly distasteful — awards are great, but you should make the music you love because you want to, not for accolades.

  2. BeanieBean says:

    I loved Judge Reinhold in things; I had completely forgotten about him.

  3. Kco says:

    RBG. I am gutted.

    • Mrs.Krabapple says:

      This is the worst thing that has happened all year. It is a terrible blow to America, and we were barely holding on as a decent country before her death. I weep for America.

    • Chanteloup says:

      A light has gone out. What a loss for our nation!!!!!!!!!!!

      • judith A reeder says:

        I agree with all that is being said about her. she was a strong woman and stood up for what she believed in. she will be missed!!!

  4. Notafan says:

    RBG died.
    My hope is fading fast.

  5. FHMom says:

    RBG. So sad.

  6. Aang says:

    We are talking seriously about my trans son and his partner emigrating. We were hoping she’d hold on and Biden would win. But I don’t see a future for him here now.

  7. sealit says:

    RBG. I’m crying. And I’m scared.

    • Sankay says:

      I thought I could not hate McConnell any more than I already do but I think that will be tested soon.

    • William Braggard says:

      My favorite commentary that I’ve read about Get Out was from Rian Johnson who said “I love that if the movie Get Out existed in the world of Get Out, the parents would have told Chris how much they loved Get Out”

    • Emma33 says:

      I cried too, and I’m Australian, so I can’t imagine how all you US folks are doing right now.

      I’m so sad for RGB and her family as well – she should have been able to pass in peace, knowing that she had achieved so much. Instead, I’m sure she was worried about what her passing would mean for the country. The whole thing is just tragic.

  8. Yonati says:

    Can’t deal. RBG you will be missed tremendously. B”DE. Rest in Power.

  9. William Braggard says:

    Standby for Kavanaugh 2:0

  10. bettyrose says:

    RBG deserves to be honored, a life celebrated, not mourned. She’s given us so much. And she leaves us in terror. Let’s try, let’s try to honor her by doing all we can to steer the U.S. towards an inclusive society, away from the increasing fervor towards white supremacy.

  11. Liz version 700 says:

    They wouldn’t even give her 24 hours the GOP is already saying a nominee will be given a vote and Trump’s minions have leaked there will be a nominee in days.

  12. Pip says:

    Terrible news to wake up to this side of the pond. So sorry to hear about RBG.

    2020 is one kick in the guts after another. My only hope (for us in the UK as well as you guys) is that Biden wins in November. Must admit, not holding out much hope at the moment.

    Go well, RBG, & thank you for all you’ve done for women.

    Life is very tough right now.