In the intercutting opening scenes of the Gregg Araki film The Living End, Luke (played by Mike Dytri) a leather-clad, whiskey-swilling buff beefcake and bonafide psychopath with a death-wish dances in the sun-scorched desert, while Jon (Craig Gilmore), a film critic who rips other people’s work apart for 25 cents a word receives news of […] The post Celebrating the wild queer cinema of Gregg Araki appeared first on GCN.