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.
Jess & James
Jess (Martín Karich) is a bohemian young man with secrets to hide from his shrewd parents. James (Nicolás Romeo) feels trapped living with his irritable mother. After meeting for a sexual encounter, these two young men set off on a spontaneous road trip across rural Argentina to reunite with Jess’ estranged brother. Alone their journey, they confront strange occurrences and engage in a menage a trois affair that brings them even closer together. Their newly found affection grows, all while discovering a fresh vision of freedom and happiness. Don’t miss this colorful and relentlessly sexy gay road movie! Jess & James will have you breaking a sweat.
Identity and self-discovery evolve in an epic journey through the majesty of a Mexico rarely seen in the new queer film El Ganzo. On the way to a hotel in Mexico, Lizzy’s (Susan Traylor) cab gets into an accident and she decides to abandon the driver and walk in the midday heat. The next day she awakens at the hotel puzzled and confused and runs into Guy (Anslem Richardson), a handsome gay photographer. There is an instant unconscious bond between the two and they become deeply connected by their desires for companionship. While Guy struggles to find the inspiration he needs to create his masterpiece, Lizzy starts to remember her old identity, and discovers an entirely new one in the process.
When gentle, unassuming bar worker Guy Simms (Matthew Charles Burnett) is yanked out of his mundane routine mopping floors at a gay cabaret and accused of burning down the evangelical church by his small town’s local preacher, he overcomes his fear of authority to prove his innocence and fight for his freedom! Writer/director Paul Bright‘s sardonic satire Theft is a fairy tale that involves drag queens, leathermen, small town prejudice and bizarrely twisted family ties. Mixing topical barbs with goofy comedy, this is a fun romp through a tough topic.
Completely distraught by the recent suicide of her best gay friend, Alexa (Cat Smits) travels from Amsterdam to her dead friend’s small American town, hoping to uncover the reasons that led him to take his own life in the first place. She arrives with a backpack, her video camera and the intentions of making a film about what she assumes must be the impossible day-to-day realities of growing up gay in Bumblef**k, USA. At the end of her hot summer weeks in she’s made a new special friend, clashed with others, and ultimately discovered more about herself than she could ever have imagined.
You & I
Jonas (Eric Klotzsch) invites his best friend, Phillip (George Taylor), to come along with him on a trip through Berlin for the summer. They haven’t seen each other since they spent time together in London. So they pack up their Mercedes camper and take off across uncharted territory, stopping to take photos and enjoy a laid-back road trip. The fact that Phillip is gay has never been an issue for either of them. However, when they pick up a hitchhiker named Boris (Michal Grabowski), who shows Jonas some interesting spots and starts to make moves on Phillip, the friendship between the two besties starts to fray. Maybe three’s a crowd after all? By the end of the summer, things between Jonas and Phillip will never be the same again.