The Gay Cinema Video On Demand experience at TLAgay.com has your entertainment needs covered! We’re always working to expand selection of new and old gay-themed movies available for your viewing pleasure. Here’s just five of our current favorites, from various years, that you may have missed – ALL available to watch INSTANTLY! These aren’t our TOP 5, by any means – just a handful of flicks we want to highlight.
2018, Brazil, France, United States
Breaking Glass Pictures presents a sensational collection of sexy short films from around the world. Male Shorts: International V1 features five different flicks guaranteed to get your pulse racing. Directed by Travis Mathews (Interior. Leather Bar., I Want Your Love), Just Past Noon on a Tuesday concerns two strangers get intimate when they meet after the death of a mutual lover. The Mousetrap follows a straight dude who goes on an unexpected sexual journey. The Storm is all about a guy who has the hots for his weather forecaster. In Neptune, a chance encounter at a bath house turns into an obsession. Finally, P.D. adapts William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”… with lots of staggeringly hot naked studs. This compilation is one you won’t want to miss.
2010, United States
Both the first and second seasons of this beloved gay web series are now available to stream. In Between Men is a unique comedy-drama about a group of all-American guys who are hyper-masculine, yet have all come out as gay in their personal lives. The main characters include Dalton (Nick Fuller), Jacob (Max Rhyser), Benjamin (Ben Pamies) and Dane (Chase Coleman). These five attractive young buddies have a tough time adapting to certain aspects of gay culture because of their “straight-acting” demeanor. The series covers the plight of men who do not define themselves by their sexuality and who don’t appreciate being stereotyped. Set in the heart of New York City, both seasons of In Between Men are full of racy storylines, awkward situations and emotional joys and pains as these men seek to define themselves in a world where they are the exception.
This emotional family saga chronicles the lives of four friends, whose lives are consumed by the unfair attitudes and values imposed upon them as children. Pamela (Sally Williams) and Edith (Georgina Neville) are two upper-middle-class sisters, but their widowed father overtly favors one over the other. Gavin (Josh Wiseman) comes from a privileged family, but lacks affection and belonging. And Kerrod (writer-director Davo Hardy) is from a working class family and is the youngest of three, who aspires to provide better for his family than his own father did. The Lives We Lead spans several decades, following these distinct characters from childhood to old age, as they grapple with the effects of their very different attitudes towards life, love and fulfillment as circumstance and the actions of others influence their decisions and shape their futures.
2015, United States
LUV Don’t Live Here tells the story of Reggie Hamilton (Nathaniel Ryan), also affectionately known as Reggie Luv, a gay black man whose life takes a 180-degree turn when once he becomes severely ill. Not so easily willing to part with the way life was before, Reggie finds himself not only fighting for his health, but unearthing harsh truths about himself and the relationships he holds dear. First-time writer-director Mikal K. Odom tells a passionate and compelling story. The film won the Audience Award for Best Feature at the 2015 qFLIX Philadelphia Film Festival.
2017, Mexico, United States
Writer-director Tadeo Garcia follows up his 2004 debut feature On the Downlow with a powerful love story set against the backdrop of the U.S. immigration system. Both Abel (Nelson A. Rodriguez), who works in Chicago in social services, and Diego (Andrew L. Saenz), an auto mechanic, have waited a long time for the love they have yearned for. After several chance meetings, the two hook up and quickly fall in love. But Diego has been hiding a secret: he’s an undocumented immigrant and his repeated attempts to attain citizenship have led nowhere. When word reaches him that his mother is dying, Diego must decide whether or not to risk a trip back to Mexico, knowing he will jeopardize his chances of returning to America and to a future with Abel. Can their love survive this dangerous decision?