Just Came Out: Testosterone: Volume Two

The second volume in a collection of the hottest gay shorts from around the world, Testosterone: Volume Two takes us deep into hidden male psyches, inside revelations of long-held secrets, to a boys boarding school for the birth of a love affair, in the midst of an explosive internet encounter, the love between a hearing man and a deaf man, and at the center of a teen party where infatuations quickly turn lives upside down.

Check out some individual descriptions for the films included below – along with the trailer and an exclusive photo gallery – and click here to pre-order your copy!

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Check out these photos from the explicit new collection Desire: The Short Films of Ohm

An award-winning international photographer, filmmaker and educator, Ohm Phanphiroj uses his heady artwork to deal with controversial issues – social injustice, human rights, sexual exploitation, sex positivity, identity and desire.

Now, for the first time ever, you can own four of his most stunning (and sexually explicit) films in one place. The new collection Desire: The Short Films of Ohm includes his infamous Desire Trilogy, The Meaning of It All, Journey and The First Conversation Between Frank & I. Each of these works explores male desire in a singularly artful, erotic and forthcoming way.

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Out Next Week: Harris Dickinson stars in the new gay film Postcards from London

Postcards From London tells the story of a beautiful teenager named Jim (Beach Rats star Harris Dickinson) who, having traveled from the suburbs, finds himself in Soho where he falls in with The Raconteurs – a gang of unusual high class male escorts who specialize in post-coital conversation.

Harris Dickinson in Postcards from London

From shy novice to highly sought-after escort (and, eventually, artist’s muse), Jim would be the toast of the town if it wasn’t for his annoying affliction. He suffers from Stendhal Syndrome, a rare condition which causes him to hallucinate and faint when he encounters real works of art. But when Jim is roped into the world of detecting art forgery, could his condition bring about his downfall?

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The brand-new trailer for Knife+Heart will either get your pulse racing… or stop it cold

Paris, Summer 1979. Anne (French pop star Vanessa Paradis) produces third-rate gay porn. After her editor and lover Lois (Kate Moran) leaves her, she tries to win her back by shooting her most ambitious film yet with her trusted, flaming sidekick Archibald (Nicolas Maury). But one of her actors is brutally murdered and Anne gets caught up in a strange investigation that turns her life upside-down.

Shot on 35mm and featuring a killer retro score from M83, Yann Gonzalez’s Knife+Heart is an ultra-stylish and blood-soaked ode to ’70s-era Brian De Palma, Dario Argento, and William Friedkin. The trailer alone is a subversive visual treat for the eyes.

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Just Came Out: El Angel

“A stylish period piece boasting solid performances, colorful visuals and a terrific vintage soundtrack.”– The Hollywood Reporter

“In the manner of a Scorcese or Sorrentino, Ortega creates baroque, propulsive storytelling set to a brassy soundtrack.”-Screen Daily

“A nonchalant, sexy Goodfellas.” – The Los Angeles Times

“Ortega has clearly seen his share of Tarantino movies…He employs a familiar arch, artful approach to this material, with sleek gliding shots and kicky retro tunes.” – Vanity Fair

Buenos Aires, 1971. Carlitos (Lorenzo Ferro) is a seventeen-year-old with movie star swagger, blond curls and a baby face. When he meets the handsome Ramon (Chino Darin) at his new school, Carlitos is immediately drawn to him and instigates a fight. A relationship soon develops with the two embarking on a crime spree fueled by jealousy and unspoken desires. As their relationship grows more combustible, their crimes become more violent and deadly, until Carlitos is finally apprehended at the age of 20. Because of his cherubic appearance, the press dubs Carlitos “The Angel of Death.” Showered with attention, he becomes an overnight celebrity. To this day, he remains imprisoned in Argentina – the longest-serving inmate in the country’s history.​

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Coming Soon: The Happy Prince

In a cheap Parisian hotel room Oscar Wilde (Rupert Everett, who also directed) lies on his death bed and the past floods back, transporting him to other times and places. Was he once the most famous man in London? The artist crucified by a society that once worshiped him? The lover imprisoned and freed, yet still running towards ruin in the final chapter of his life?

Under the microscope of death, he reviews the failed attempt to reconcile with his long-suffering wife Constance (Emily Watson), the ensuing reprisal of his fatal love affair with Lord Alfred Douglas (Colin Morgan) and the warmth and devotion of Robbie Ross (Edwin Thomas) who tried and failed to save him from himself.

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Photo Gallery: Just Friends

On the 10th anniversary of his dad’s death, Joris (Josha Stradowski) is still trying to come to terms with his father’s absence when he meets the free-spirited Yad (Majd Mardo), who returns back home to his family after living on his own. Although very different, there is an instant spark between the two and they want to be more than “just friends”, but both have issues with their mothers that threaten to jeopardize their relationship.

“With the right mix of humor, romance, sexiness and pathos, this enchanting cross-cultural love story… is a witty, well-acted crowd-pleaser.” – San Francisco Chronicle

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Out This Week: We Are Thr3e

In the progressive new indie We Are Thr3e, Nacho (Carlos Etchevers), an accountant and seemingly all-around average guy, meets Ana (Flor Dragonetti), a recently divorced and self-confident young woman. Then the two meet the charismatic bartender Sebastian (Juan Manuel Martino), who starts flirting with both of them. Despite their doubts, Nacho and Ana accept Sebastian’s invitation to spend the night at his place, where nothing happens. A few days later, they decide to go on a weekend trip to a secluded farm. And it seems like it will be a fun one-night stand, until Sebastian confesses that he desires a long-term relationship with a man and a woman together.

 

“Since growing up, we are under the influence of all kind of romantic stories, usually starring a woman and a man,” said writer-director Marcelo Briem Stamm (SoloSexual Tension: Volatile). “My main goal is to balance that offer of visions of love by creating stories in different genres that explore relationships beyond traditional conventions.”

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Bohemian Rhapsody is coming to DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD in February

Though it caught a lot of flak for sanitizing Freddie Mercury’s sexuality for mainstream audiences, Bohemian Rhapsody still managed to mark a huge step forward for gay cinema. A massive hit at the box office, the film caught on with the public – and Rami Malek‘s award-worthy lead performance as the incomparable queer rock god is indisputably impressive.

For those of you who missed it in the theater (or just want to see it again), Bohemian Rhapsody will be available to own in February on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD.

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Trailer Alert: Necro-Mancing Dennis

A straight wrestling coach finds himself smitten with one of his gay students – a student whose life may soon be in danger. Meanwhile a deranged cemetery worker is infatuated with someone of his own. Someone he can never have… at least not alive! Their stories become entangled in Necro-Mancing Dennis, a feature-length adaptation of the short film “The Caretaker of Cook County.”

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