BY Brandon Voss
August 26 2011 2:55 PM ET
10. FILM: The Family Tree
Set in suburban Ohio, Vivi Friedman’s outrageous dysfunctional family dramedy stars Hope Davis and Dermot Mulroney as an unhappily married couple who get a second chance when amnesia strikes. Life Unexpected’s Britt Robertson costars as their daughter, who befriends a lesbian classmate — Madeline Zima, who also played a lesbian student on Heroes — in a relationship with her unstable teacher, played by Selma Blair (pictured).
9. DVD: Blitz
Based on a Ken Bruen novel, this British action flick — just released straight to DVD in the U.S. — stars the studly Jason Statham as a tough undercover cop on the hunt for a London serial killer. In America’s Paddy Considine shines as a gay inspector brought in to assist on the case, which invites some ribbing from Statham’s homophobic sergeant. British Queer as Folk star Aidan Gillen and Immortals star Luke Evans also appear.
8. CONCERT: Lez Zeppelin
Lez Zeppelin, an all-female Led Zeppelin tribute group, will perform at New York’s Irving Plaza August 26. Before buying a stairway to heaven and melting the crowd’s faces, drummer Leesa Harrington-Squyres, an ordained minister, will perform a mass wedding for couples of all orientations as a thank-you to fans in celebration of the recent legalization of gay marriage in New York. For more info visit LezGetMarried.com.
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