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.
2017, United States
Starring an all-male of cast of staggeringly attractive, underwear-clad up-and-comers (including Jeremy Winter, Jake Kidwell, Connor Field, Drake Malone and R&B singer Eleaze), Alpha Delta Zatan delivers audiences a fun, sensual spin on the “sorority massacre” sub-genre of horror flicks. A goofy but noble young college kid is pleasantly surprised to learn that he’s been invited to join his school’s most exclusive fraternity house. Unfortunately, he’s about to discover that there is something far scarier than hazing rituals in his future. His new frat brothers seem to keep going missing. In this house, no one can be trusted and no one is safe… especially one the masked, knife-wielding slasher shows up. Funny, sexy and scary, this new low-budget horror treat is a new TLA Exclusive on DVD and Blu-ray. It’s also now available on VOD.
2013, United States
In a gay cinema landscape with low budget indie American films, issue-driven documentaries and international dramas, Geography Club stood out when it was released in 2013. For this slickly made romantic pop dramady sports a Hollywood sheen, a teenage mall appeal and a modern message. Based on a best-selling novel, the story is set in a present day high school and centers around handsome 16-year old Russell (Cameron Deane Stewart), a closeted student and athlete. He is engaged in a frustrating “relationship” with school jock Kevin (Justin Deeley). The two have secretive make out sessions but then retreat back to buddy football teammates and even engage in homophobic taunts. After a disastrous date with a girl that begins school rumors of him being a fag, he reluctantly joins the “Geography Club“, an after-school meeting place for other closeted students. But will this group of misfits remain hidden, or generate the courage to come out? A smart, fast-moving and funny account of contemporary teenagers as they discover their own sexual identities, Geography Club is a unique treat.
Young Theo is on a quest. He finds among his late mother’s belongings a Super-8 film, in which his dad looks really happy – and a little in love (maybe a lot)… but not with Theo’s mother. Theo never really knew his dad and now that his mom is also gone, he’s intrigued to find out who else there was in his father’s life. His quest leads him into the past – and eventually to Switzerland, high up into a remote Alpine valley. There he finds George (writer/director Sebastian Michael) who has been living as a recluse for a decade. For George, Theo’s dad was the love of his life. As the two men meet and get increasingly close to one another, slowly their lives start to make sense. With absolutely gorgeous cinematography, The Hour of Living takes the viewer on an emotional journey that doubles as a feast for the eyes.
Evan (Adrian Shepherd-Gawinski) is a hot young, gay newspaper writer – and he’s just had his heart broken. Attempting to shake off his melancholy, he takes on an assignment profiling Hunter (Ryan Fisher), an alluring gay club promoter. Around the guys are a host of other twenty-something urbanites, all longing for the same thing: approval. Whether it’s by the in-crowd, the hottie across the bar or in the industry they work, all strive for something greater, failing to appreciate what they already have. Seek explores fresher territory in gay cinema, and is all the more tender and heart-wrenching for it. The movie was filmed in and around some of the hottest places in the Church Wellesley Village in the heart of Toronto. It stars some great talent from that area and features original music by Kevon Cronin, performed by The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.
On the eve of an imminent apocalypse, two buddies – one gay, one… let’s say undecided – wander the streets. Deep in conversation, Alex and Diego (Carlos Hendrick Huber and Pablo Mezz) bond while sharing their fears and desires about sex and intimacy. Once they make their way to Alex’s bedroom, the true nature of their relationship is made clear. The strength of their unbreakable friendship helps them test the limits of trust and loyalty while pushing one another into exciting new realms of sexual exploration. A smart, heartfelt mix of drama, science fiction and romance, Velociraptor is a brilliant evocation of what it means to be young man, exploring male friendship and desire in an entirely fresh way.