Tag Archives: Joss Whedon

Vampires are queer

Not that this is a startling revelation. Growing up, I used to love vampire movies. After all, where else could you see guys hug each other, throw their head back with intense feeling then climax with their eyes rolling back in their heads? And, if you gave them this experience, they went on and shared […]

Why we love Joss Whedon

Because of this. There is also Buffy, Angel, Firefly and Serenity. (Dollhouse, not so much.) I have a particular soft spot for Serenity. Not merely because it is a fine SF film, but because it such a fine anti-utopian film. Mal’s speech [spoiler alert] is a great moment: Somebody has to speak for these people. As sure as I know anything, I know this. […]