BY Brandon Voss
October 21 2011 5:57 PM ET
4. MUSIC: Nocturnes, Uh Huh Her
Currently headlining the Keep A Breast music tour to promote breast cancer prevention and awareness, electro-pop duo Uh Huh Her — Southwest Airlines ejectees Camila Grey and L Word alum Leisha Hailey — have just released the follow-up to their 2008 debut Common Reaction. Coproduced by Wendy Melvoin of Wendy and Lisa fame, the synth-spurred album includes “Same High,” which was written for The Kids Are All Right.
3. TV: The World’s Worst Place to be Gay?
Logo’s pro-social campaign beCAUSE launches with the October 22 U.S. premiere of a BBC Three documentary in which gay BBC Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills travels to Uganda, where homosexual is seriously illegal. Mills risks his life by interviewing gay Ugandans and coming out to members of parliament. Future docs in the series include Illegal Love, The Legacy of Brendan Burke, and Outrage. For more info visit logotv.com/because.
2. DVD: Red State
Now on DVD following a 16-city screening tour, Kevin Smith’s satirical horror movie both terrifies and tickles with its depiction of Fred Phelpsian religious fundamentalists who protest gay funerals and torture high school boys for their perceived homosexuality. Melissa Leo, True Blood’s Kevin Alejandro, and Will & Grace’s Michael Angarano star in the film, which also features Office Space’s Stephen Root as a blackmailed gay sheriff.
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