Scream, wherq, look, read, watch, go, and party with the seven things that are everything this week.
If you put something online, it lives forever. Such is the premise of the new millennial horror film Unfriended, in which a girl commits suicide after someone at her school posts a humiliating video of her online. The incident comes back to haunt a group of friends a year later, when an anonymous person begins to threaten them via Skype, demanding the poster reveal their identify or else. Check it out in theaters this weekend.
The Prancing Elites Project
Kareem, Jerel, Adrian, Kentrell, and Tim set out to break down barriers and prove dance has no gender in the fierce new docu-series The Prancing Elites Project,
debuting Wednesday on Oxygen.
Coachella Weekend 2
Madonna made out with Drake, Florence Welch broke her foot diving off the stage, and Justin Bieber was placed in a chokehold and booted from the event during the first weekend
of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. With a kickoff that epic, you won't want to miss out on the final weekend of this annual event. It's destined to be legen -- wait for it -- dary! Check out the full lineup at the event's official website
.Coven of Wolves, Book II: Blood Ties
Author Peter Saenz's sexy supernatural saga continues with Coven of Wolves, Book II: Blood Ties.
This highly anticipated sequel to the original queer fantasy novel Coven of Wolves,
is an adrenaline-fueled tale following the further adventures of our hero Devin Marshal, who has found a coven of his own among a group of like-minded witches and become leader to a pack of newly formed werewolves as well. However, he soon finds he needs all the allies he can gather when forgotten gods rise and threaten to destroy the world. Snag a copy of your own here.Orphan Black
Tatiana Maslany has been acclaimed for her performance in Orphan Black,
a BBC America sci-fi series about a woman who discovers that she is one of a group of female clones. The third season starts Saturday, and the problems of its protagonist have, well, multiplied. It's revealed that a coterie of sexy but militant male clones has also been created. It's a beautiful nightmare. Watch the teaser below.
There's no place like home. Unless it's Fun Home,
a musical adapted from the popular graphic memoir of the same name by Alison Bechdel (Dykes to Watch Out For
). After achieving success (and the distinction of being a Pulitzer Prize finalist) off-Broadway, this coming-of-age tale about a queer youth in rural Pennsylvania will be officially opening on Broadway
this month. Don't miss the fun!
Magic Mike Character Posters
This summer's sexiest sequel has started teasing us once again with the release of character posters featuring the gorgeous, grinding guys of Magic Mike XXL
-- just in case the previously released teaser trailer wasn't enough of an incentive to jump on it. Sneak a peek at the full posters here
, and if you'd like a repeat performance, take a look at that trailer one more time below.