One of the campiest thrillers of the 1960s just got a whole lot campier in this witty take-off starring a cast of drag queens. Jane Hudson (Matthew Martin) was a child star in vaudeville who fell out of favor as she grew older, while her sister Blanche (J. Conrad Frank) went on to eclipse Jane's fame as a motion picture actress until a mysterious auto accident left her confined to a wheelchair, ending her career. Years later, Jane and Blanche are living together in a decaying Hollywood mansion, with Jane serving as her sister's caretaker. However, Jane has gone quite flamboyantly insane, and takes delight in punishing her more talented and successful sibling. As Jane gets battier by the day and Blanche tries to find a way to break free of her sister's clutches, a pair of neighbors (Heklina and Ron Herman Symansky) spy on the house without getting a very clear idea of what's really going on. A loving parody of Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?, Baby Jane? was written and directed by Billy Clif, who shot the picture in black and white to better match the visual style of the original; the movie was an official selection at the 2010 San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival.