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Queer Classics: “Longhorns” (2011)

The indie queer romantic comedy reveals surprising depths.

In today’s edition of “Queer Classics,” I want to talk about Longhorns, the independent romantic comedy from 2011. It’s a charming little film, one that manages to make the most out of its (obviously) low budget, fledgling actors, and simple story. It follows Kevin (Jacob Newton), a college student at the…

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Dr. Thomas J. West III

Dr. Thomas J. West III

Ph.D. in English | Film and TV geek | Lover of fantasy and history | Full-time writer | Feminist and queer | Liberal scold and gadfly

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