We’re thrilled to welcome Mattioli Productions to our streaming selection!

Mattioli Productions is a trans-owned full service production company that serves the LGBTQ community by telling their stories through groundbreaking, globally distributed work. Their creative and ambitious works span several genres including comedy, drama, horror, documentary, music videos and reality TV audition reels. Their goal is “to produce content that genuinely represents the LGBTQ community while keeping our stories our own, and increasing our visibility in mainstream media.”

The company is headed by namesake AJ Mattioli, a Queens-born, NYC based, trans producer/director with 16+ years in the entertainment industry. His work has been celebrated at the Queens Museum, The United Nations, The NY Times, The Advocate, Huffington Post, Gay Star News and many others! As a go-to trans producer for queer filmmaking, he’s worked with some of the hottest LGBTQ+ celebs, including Sasha Velour, Shakina Nayfack, Bob The Drag Queen, Cory Wade, Rain Dove, Vincent DePaul, Carmen Carerra, Miss Fame and many more.

AJ’s 2019 credits included the queer slasher horror-comedy Killer Unicorn, and the short films Hopelessly, How to Fold a Fitted Sheet and Neon Boys. 2020 will bring a #MeToo-focused thriller called Guys at Parties Like It and the short films S&M Records, A Single Evening and Role of a Lifetime. Keep an eye out for those and check out the selection of titles below – all available now at TLAgay!

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Just Came Out: Killer Unicorn

Danny (Alejandro La Rosa) is your average Brooklyn party boy. Last year, he and his friends couldn’t have been more excited to attend the annual Enema Party – where you come to get douched and dance! While the night started out fun, it quickly took a turn for the worst when Danny was attacked by a stranger. In the end, his ultra-fabulous queer and drag diva friends were able to save his life, but not without a few deadly consequences.

Flash forward to one year later. Danny is still sorting through the trauma of that horrible incident. He refuses to go to this year’s “Brooklyn’s Annual Enema Party,” despite the pressure of his close friends Cholata (Horrorchata), Collin (J’Royce Jata) and Gayson (Grayson Squire).

His dearest friends want Danny to start facing his fears and getting back out into the world. At first, Danny refuses, but when a new boy, PuppyPup (Jose D. Alvarez), enters his life, Danny decides to give his social life and the Brooklyn nightlife scene a second chance. It isn’t until his friends start to disappear and get killed in gruesome ways that Danny realizes that his life, and the lives of everyone else who helped him that night one year ago, are in grave danger. A man wearing a unicorn mask is killing off Brooklyn nightlife, one queen at a time… and he won’t stop until he has his revenge!

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