From award-winning director Jake Jaxson comes The Stillest Hour, a twisted new take on the psycho-sexual thriller that explores the power of perception and reality. Norman (Will Wikle) is a highly committed psychotherapist in New York City whose life, whether he knows it or not, has been reduced to a cyclical pattern of idealistic perfection and strict personal routines. His professionalism and obsessive habits are soon tested when one of his clients, a headstrong and independent artist (Colby Keller) details – through a series of sexually provocative sessions – a budding relationship with an impressionable millennial (Levi Karter) who appears to be stalking him. When Norman becomes captivated by this power play, the tables are flipped as the boy soon becomes involved in the personal lives of both men.
A massive critical hit at the Sundance Film Festival, Call Me by Your Name is shaping up to be – easily – one of the most anticipated gay-themed movies of the year.
Lavishly directed by Luca Guadagnino, (I Am Love, A Bigger Splash, the upcoming Suspiria remake), Call Me By Your Namestars Armie Hammer as a 24-year-old student who visits Italy in the early 1980s and develops a relationship with a sensitive 17-year-old played by impressive up-and-comer Timothée Chalamet.
Center of My World, coming to DVD and Blu-ray in October, is shaping up to be on of the most colorful (and romantic) movies of the year. Filmed in Germany by director Jakob M. Erwa, this film stars strikingly handsome young blondie Louis Hofmann as Phil, a teen looking for any excuse to spend time away from his quirky family. The equally handsome Jannik Schumann proves to be the perfect distraction as Nicholas, the mysterious new kid at school who seems to return Phil’s longing glances.