One year on, Bree Mills’s latest feature explores lust, loneliness and [dis]connection in a plagued society.
R.T. Collins reviews Ivan Sobris’ Saint Plaisir.
A pulsating minimalist darkwave track builds to an urgent crescendo, as domestic perfection is disrupted by erotic urges.
There’s beauty to be found in the carnage.
Art punches people in the feels and makes them react.
A serene and romantic Japanese fisting ritual, balancing tradition and debauchery, pain and adoration.
Cinekink festival’s Saturday afternoon program features an atmospheric found-footage mashup, a feature-length experience giving us an insight into the best gay hardcore from the 60s, 70s, and 80s.
“House music, if you listen to it, it’s all about love.” CineKink festival’s Saturday program includes a stunning documentary celebrating Thee Debauchery Ball – an iconic BDSM house music party created and loved by Black & queer creatives in Chicago. As house music started to decline in popularity in the 2000s, clubbing connoisseur and poet […]