FILM: Frameline's International Queer Film Festival continues tonight with (Saturno contro), an Italian "mature ensemble drama" about a famous author and his addict boyfriend, and The Gay Bed and Breakfast of Terror, a "campy but legitimately creepy queer horror flick." We recommend the former more than the latter, but they're both sure to provide quality homosexual-ish entertainment.

9:15 PM ("Saturn in Opposition"); 11:45 p.m. ("The Gay Bed and Breakfast of Terror") // Castro Theatre (Castro & Market streets) // $7-$10

THEATER: Hot Boxxx Girls Revue over in the Tenderloin? Is messy. Sticky messy. Like, seriously. And these bitches will cut you. Not to be missed.

10 p.m. // Aunt Charlie's Lounge (133 Turk) // $5

COMEDY: San Francisco's best-kept secret, more or less, is the crazy-cheap and crazy-hilarious stand up showcase on Friday nights at the Clubhouse. Not only is it dirt cheap, but its also blessedly B.Y.O.B.; no expensive two-drink minimum when you've got a huge bottle of Popov at your table! (For reals, you can get really shitfaced here, so be careful. Or not.) Tonight's lineup? Hasan Minhaj, Brendan Lynch, Fahim Anwar, Sammy Wegent, Justin Lamb (of SPF7 fame), and Joe Nguyen.

9 p.m. // SFCC/The Clubhouse (414 Mason) / $10, or $5 online with password "squid."

Saturn in Opposition