A hung professor… an Italian draftsman… a Czech pro and their boy toys. He’s one of our favorite producer/directors and now we’ve got a great deal for you. OUR NATIONAL EXCLUSIVE: A phenomenal free gift offer that is not available anywhere else! Total value of all products is $119.99 – you save $84.00. With this purchase you get the all-new Of Boys and Men as well as a FREE copy of Bel Ami‘s Out in Africa 1, a $59.99 value. (You accept your free DVD during checkout.) From the mind of Lucas Kazan, Of Boys and Men features five episodes filmed on location in Milan, Italy.
The volatile relationship between a wayward teen (Nicolás Durán) and his disapproving father (Alejandro Goic) comes to a head when the boy seeks shelter from the police, in this intense new film from Chilean writer-director Fernando Guzzoni.
In Santiago, Chile, 18-year-old Jesus lives alone with his father Hector in a flat where the TV covers up their inability to communicate. The rest of the time, he dances in a K-pop band, hangs out with friends and does drugs, watches trashy video clips online and has dangerous sex in public places – all in constant search of the next big thrill. One night, he finds it in an irreversible misadventure with friends – a violent event that brings Jesus and Hector closer than ever, but also threatens to tear them apart forever.
Cute, 20-something Nate (Perry Powell) isn’t hurting for dates. Even his best friend Jeff (Lee Doud) confesses his feelings in a moment of drunken vulnerability. Nate, though, is still hopelessly obsessed with his ex-boyfriend Joey (Shaughn Buchholz). Poignant and funny, this brand-new Dekkoo Original Series follows Nate as he tries to find closure and break himself out of romantic purgatory.
A fresh, honest, and humorous look at gay male relationships, friendships and the often-blurry line between the two, this adorable “pocket series” consists of eight short episodes, each around 5-10 minutes in length. Brandon Kirby, a Los Angeles base director, created each in an effort to challenge long format series and embrace the short attention spans of contemporary viewers.
A massive hit on Dekkoo, this beloved show is coming to DVD in October. Check out our exclusive image gallery below!
Coming just in time for Halloween, the new thriller A Closer Walk with Thee aims to take care of your seasonal scare needs while offering a heaping helping of homoeroticism!
A CloserWalk with Thee is a queer psychological horror feature. In fact, it may actually be the first of its kind! As far as we can tell, there are currently zero narrative features centered around gay “curing” exorcisms (which are a real thing that still tragically exist). The growing movement of “deliverance” churches (Evangelical exorcism) is a previously untapped yet rich genre territory that the filmmakers were excited to explore. According to their original Kickstarter page, a major catalyst in getting the film made, the movie is “an unrelenting and intense emotional experience that will offer something unique to queer, horror, and art house fan-bases alike.”
In August, you’ll be able to own both seasons He’s with Me in one set for one low price.
A beloved hit web series, He’s with Me made an even bigger splash when it become available as a selection on the Dekkoo streaming service platform – our sister site. Now, Dekkoo Films is proud to present the first two seasons in one DVD set – their second release following this summer’s Crazy All These Years.
Based on the book of the same name by Robert Rodi, Kept Boycenters on interior designer and reality show star Fairleigh Knock (Thure Riefenstein), who has a habit for keeping beautiful things, like young and attractive Dennis (Jon Paul Phillips), around his home. All goes well for Dennis until Fairleigh gives him an ultimatum – get a job or get out.
Coming to DVD and Blu-ray this September from Altered Innocence, the same label that brought films like Concrete Night and Desire Will Set You Free to the US, Baby Bump is an incredibly strange and sometimes deliberately off-putting modern fairy tale from Polish director Kuba Czekaj. It’s also quite a feast for the eyes, as you’ll see from the image gallery above.
Czekaj has a unique visual style and a bright color pallet that keep you captivated even while the story goes to some extremely bizarre places. One critic remarked that the film is “like something David Lynch would have made if he were an angry Polish kid.”