Out This Week: End of the Century

In his alluring debut feature, writer-director Lucio Castro offers both a sun-soaked European travelogue and an epic, decades-spanning romance.

When Ocho (Juan Barberini), a thirty-something Argentine poet on vacation in Barcelona, spots Javi (Ramón Pujol), a Spaniard from Berlin, from the balcony of his Airbnb, the attraction is subtle but persistent. After a missed connection on the beach, a third chance encounter escalates to a seemingly random hookup. But are these two merely beautiful strangers in a foreign city or are they part of each other’s histories – and maybe even their destinies?

Castro deliberately parses out mystery after mystery, leading the audience on a journey of discovery as the two leading men discover themselves and each other. With the sumptuous lensing of a Barcelona summertime and tangible chemistry between the two lead actors, End of the Century is a love story that echoes across time.

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10 Recent Gay Movies to Watch on Halloween

The pumpkins are lit, the neighborhood children are stuffed with candy and there’s a crisp chill in the air. It’s Halloween Night and that means it’s time to kick back and relax with a scary movie! Here are 10 recent gay films we liked a lot that we feel might fit the occasion…

Knife+Heart
Easily one of the most acclaimed gay films of the year so far, this sexually explicit throwback thriller from visionary writer-director Yann Gonzalez is an absolute must-see! Vanessa Paradis is incredible as Anne, a savvy French woman who produces third-rate gay porn. After her editor and lover Lois (Kate Moran) leaves her, she tries to win her back by shooting her most ambitious film yet – with the help of her trusted, flaming sidekick Archibald (Nicolas Maury). But when one of her actors is brutally murdered, Anne gets caught up in a strange investigation that turns her life upside-down. Shot on 35mm and featuring a killer retro score from the band M83, Knife+Heart is an ultra-stylish and blood-soaked ode to 1970s-era Brian De Palma, Dario Argento and William Friedkin.

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Shadowlands
Directed by Charlie David, Shadowlands is a sexy and stylish anthology film that features three different stories that exploring the erotic and the macabre. The series begins in 1928 with Alex, a plastic surgeon hell-bent on perfection, hosting a house party with an assortment of colorful guests. Amid romantic misfires it becomes apparent that the only person Alex is interested in is himself. Fast forward to 1951 where we meet a gay military couple exploring the idea of opening their relationship while on a remote camping trip… where they meet a mysterious stranger. The stories conclude in 2018 when a painter, mourning the loss of his lover, becomes obsessed with creating a realistic painting of him. The resulting piece is so beautiful and life-like that he is drawn under its dangerous spell.

The Year I Lost My Mind
From prolific German director Tor Iben (Love Kills, The Passenger, The Visitor) comes a brand-new thriller about a lonely young man who becomes dangerously obsessed with a perfect stranger. After encountering him during a burglary, Tom (Alexander Tsypilev), a disturbed young man prone to wearing creepy masks that obscure his quite handsome features, begins stalking and antagonizing the attractive young Lars (Julien Lickert). When Lars finally discovers that Tom is on his tail, and that his intentions may be somewhat sinister, he manages to turn the tables on him, leading to a unexpected game of cat-and-mouse and a shocking confrontation. Sexy and unsettling in equal measure, the tension is palpable in this stylish drama with shades of Alfred Hitchcock.

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TLAgay Unlimited Has A New, LONGER Trial period!

If you haven’t tried out TLAgay Unlimited yet, you’ve been missing out. But lucky for you, there’s never been a better time to log in and check out what’s new.

As of today, we’ve lengthened our trial period from two days to five. That’s an extra three days of no-risk gay porn. As the title implies, this service is unlimited, so you can watch as much as you want (we recommend somewhere around 8-12 hours per day). You can also watch on whatever device you want – your computer, tablet, smartphone, or you can even stream directly to your TV by adding our Roku channel.

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A Tale Of Two Cock Destroyers has ARRIVED!

TLAgay is proud – perhaps more proud than we’ve ever been – to present our exclusive co-production with MEN.com, A Tale Of Two Cock Destroyers!

If you’ve been reading this blog (and shame on you if you haven’t), you’ve already seen the photos and you an idea of the absolutely brilliant ride you’re in for.

 In A Tale of Two Cock Destroyers: Part One, constable JJ Knight deals with combative stable boy Johnny Rapid, accidentally introducing him to a cock-destroying of nature. After a failed garden party, cock destroyer Madame Sophie prepares her whores for their shift. Constable Knight takes Ty Mitchell – the newest arrival in the brothel – for a ride as fellow cock destroyer Rebecca comes back for revenge.

Check out some very NSFW photos below and make sure you check back with TLAgay on November 1st when part two premieres!

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A Tale Of Two Cock Destroyers

Coming Soon: A Tale Of Two Cock Destroyers

YOU. WILL. NOT. BELIEVE. YOUR. EYES. OR. LOINS.

Prepare for a delicious cock-tale with Ty Mitchell, Rebecca More, JJ Knight, Johnny Rapid, Joey Mills, Jonas Jackson, and Sophie Anderson. Directed by Alter Sin.

Watch this space for updates on “A Tale of Two Cock Destroyers.” Prepare for a mind-and-load-blowing exclusive co-production coming exclusively from MEN.com and TLAgay.com.

This Weekend’s VOD Favorites

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.

Sunburn
Set within the luxurious confines of a modern vacation villa in the Portuguese countryside, the stylish new thriller Sunburn examines a close-knit group friends who share a long (and slowly teased-out) history. Our four protagonists come together for a peaceful weekend retreat by the pool. Unfortunately, their calm is quickly shattered by a phone call from David, a former friend, previously ostracized by the group, who seems to have left a strong and lasting impression on each of them. After a long absence, he’s back in town and planning to stop by. It’s at this point that Sunburn starts ramping up the dread. A reckoning, of some sort, is coming. What happened between David and the rest of the group to inspire such mixed emotions?

Feral: Season One
Best friends Billy and Daniel (Jordan Nichols and Seth Daniel) live together in a Midtown Memphis bungalow. While trying to live together in harmony, pay the rent and become part of an artistic queer community, the pair find themselves dealing with difficult emotional issues – especially when it comes to finding and losing love. Created by Morgan Jon Fox, the writer-director behind the acclaimed low-budget romance Blue Citrus Hearts and the riveting doc This is What Love in Action Looks Like, the positively gorgeous gay series Feral is an absolute must-see! Featuring beautiful cinematography and fluid editing, the show offers a passionate portrayal of young, gay people struggling to find love and meaning in a confusing world.

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Out This Week: Every Act of Life

The new documentary Every Act of Life is about four-time Tony-winning playwright Terrence McNally’s six ground-breaking decades in the theatre, hig fight for LGBTQ rights, his triumph over addiction, his pursuit of love and inspiration at every age, and the power of the arts to transform society.

The son of an alcoholic beer distributor in southern Texas, Terrence traveled the world as tutor to John Steinbeck’s children (Steinbeck’s only advice was, “Don’t write for the theater. It will break your heart”); suffered an infamous Broadway flop in 1965 at age 24; and went on to write dozens of groundbreaking plays and musicals about sexuality, homophobia, faith, the power of art, the need to connect and finding meaning in every moment of life.

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