This Weekend’s VOD Favorites

The Gay Cinema Video On Demand experience at 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 that you may have missed – ALL available to watch INSTANTLY! Stay home, stay safe and enjoy a movie!


Devil’s Path
In the early 1990s, two strangers (Stephen Twardokus and JD Scalzo) meet in a wilderness park where gay men cruise for sex. What seems like an innocent and random meeting quickly descends into a horrific nightmare. With recent disappearances and attacks, the two men soon find themselves in the terrifying position of being the next victims in a deadly game of cat and mouse. As they flee further into the woods to escape the danger, they begin to understand that the greatest danger of all may be closer than either of them realize. Will these two strangers be able to work together to defeat the darkness that has settled in on Devil’s Path? Or will their own secrets and lies lead them to be the next two missing persons in this perilous park? This riveting new gay thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat.


Marcos (Walter Rodriguez) lives in rural Argentina with his family. Theirs is a modest existence, where gender roles are clearly demarcated. The hot summer doesn’t make life any easier, but money needs to be earned and the herd of cattle must be kept together. Marcos manages to carve out little islands of freedom during his routine; in these moments he likes to put make-up on his childlike face or slip into colorful dresses behind closed doors. Carnival is just around the corner… and this year’s event will change Marcos’ life in ways both positive and tragic. Based on a true story, this powerful drama from debut filmmaker Martin Rodriguez Redondo offers a tender portrait of youth and initially repressed self-discovery, told with serene understatement and deep compassion.


Our Paradise
Aging sex-worker Vassili (Stephane Rideau from Come Undone and Wild Reeds) stumbles upon an unconscious young trick (Dimitri Durdaine) in a notorious Parisian cruising ground and takes him home to nurse his wounds. It’s not long before the two men discover a burning connection and become lovers and accomplices who swindle clients one by one. However, when Vassilli’s violent past comes back to haunt him, the couple decide to flee the city in hope of finding a place where they can be happy and content forever. But can they truly escape their inner demons? Actor turned director Gael Morel has created a slick, steamy and endlessly captivating thriller that is not to be missed.


Flight of the Cardinal
Grady (Ross Beschler), a recent city transplant, has his hands full fixing up his recently acquired lakeside resort lodge, hidden away in the Smokey Mountains of North Carolina. With only local boy Beetle (David J. Bonner) to assist, he inaugurates his hotel by inviting a group of college friends for the weekend. He also invites his recently aloof boyfriend Andy (Matthew Montgomery) to join in the fun. Instead of the anticipated cheeriness of a relaxing weekend, troubling events, strange behavior and an increasing sense of doom begin to trouble the already emotionally vulnerable Grady. He gets dumped by his boyfriend, begins to question his friends’ reasons for being there and becomes wary of the outwardly jovial but potentially threatening Beetle. Is his paranoia warranted or is he the problem? When a violent storm keeps anyone from leaving the hotel, the pervading sense of doom intensifies.


Blackmail Boys
After moving to Chicago for art school, Sam (Nathan Adloff) begins turning tricks to help pay the bills. His longtime, long-distance boyfriend Aaron (Taylor Reed) can’t stand to be apart and joins him, determined to find enough work so that Sam can give up having sex for money. When the two decide to tie the knot and move to a state where they can marry, their financial worries intensify until Aaron spies on Sam with a prominent client (played by acclaimed indie filmmaker Joe Swanberg), and everything takes a wicked turn.

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