Orpheus Song is one of the year’s sexiest gay movies

As we’re all spending a lot of time indoors, we’re going to take the next few weeks to highlight some of our favorite films available RIGHT NOW, on-demand at TLAgay.com! Stay in, sit back, relax and make it a movie night.

In Orpheus Song, two hot, gym-obsessed friends from Berlin – one straight, Enis (Julien Lickert), and one gay, Philipp (Sascha Weingarten) – win a trip to Greece. While on a hike through the forest, they become lost. Tempers soon flare, escalating in a violent (and weirdly erotic) scuffle.

The boys wander all through the woods until they find an abandoned village where they encounter a mysterious and seductive stranger who calls himself Hercules (Henry Morales). Soon, Hercules has lead them to a magical underground cave. During the night, fueled by forbidden fruit Hercules had warned them against eating, passion ignites between Enis and Philipp. On the next day – and every day thereafter – nothing between the two will be like it was before.

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Out This Week: Orpheus Song

Two hot, gym-obsessed friends from Berlin – one straight, Enis (Julien Lickert), and one gay, Philipp (Sascha Weingarten) – win a trip to Greece. While on a hike through the forest, they become lost. Tempers soon flare, escalating in a violent (and weirdly erotic) scuffle.

The boys wander all through the woods until they find an abandoned village where they encounter a mysterious and seductive stranger who calls himself Hercules (Henry Morales). Soon, Hercules has lead them to a magical underground cave. During the night, fueled by forbidden fruit Hercules had warned them against eating, passion ignites between Enis and Philipp. On the next day – and every day thereafter – nothing between the two will be like it was before.

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Photo Gallery: Orpheus Song

Two hot, gym-obsessed friends from Berlin – one straight, Enis (Julien Lickert), and one gay, Philipp (Sascha Weingarten) – win a trip to Greece. While on a hike through the forest, they become lost. Tempers soon flare, escalating in a violent (and weirdly erotic) scuffle.

The boys wander all through the woods until they find an abandoned village where they encounter a mysterious and seductive stranger who calls himself Hercules (Henry Morales). Soon, Hercules has lead them to a magical underground cave. During the night, fueled by forbidden fruit Hercules had warned them against eating, passion ignites between Enis and Philipp. On the next day – and every day thereafter – nothing between the two will be like it was before.

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Now Available On-Demand: The Year I Lost My Mind

From prolific German director Tor Iben (Love KillsThe PassengerThe 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.

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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.

 

Bloody Knuckles © Artsploitation Films

Bloody Knuckles © Artsploitation Films

Bloody Knuckles

2014, Canada

Canada, our well-heeled neighbor to the north, is not known for cinematic carnage or gore comedies, but first time director Matt O. aims to shake things up with Bloody Knuckles, a deliriously offensive, gory and happily un-PC horror-comedy. Travis (Adam Boys), an underground comic book artist with a penchant for obscene caricatures, upsets a thin-skinned crime lord, who responds by cutting off the young mans hand. A despondent and now alcoholic Travis wallows in post-severed hand depression. Will criminality reign supreme? Will Travis give up his acerbic pen and live alone as a bitter one-handed man? Not if the slightly rotted hand, now alive and determined to exact revenge, teems up with his former body and a masked, S&M-loving gay superhero to rid the city of evil!

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The Year I Lost My Mind © TLA Releasing

Now Available: The Year I Lost My Mind

From prolific German director Tor Iben (Love KillsThe PassengerThe Visitor) comes a brand-new thriller about a lonely young man who becomes dangerously obsessed with a perfect stranger.

 

The Year I Lost My Mind © TLA Releasing

The Year I Lost My Mind © TLA Releasing

 

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.

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The Year I Lost My Mind © TLA Releasing

Brace Yourself for the New Psychological Thriller 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.

 

The Year I Lost My Mind © TLA Releasing

The Year I Lost My Mind © TLA Releasing

 

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.

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Otto; Or, Up With Dead People (c) Strand Releasing

Halloween Highlights: 50 Queer Horror Flicks We Think Are Worth a Look – Part 4

Second to last! We’re coming close to the end of this series! Being authorities on all things gay-cinema, we at TLAgay.com wanted to put in a good word for some queer movies that don’t make the usual ranked horror lists. We came up with a selection of 50 different gay titles that are either direct horror movies or horror adjacent (suspense, mysteries, thrillers). Below, you’ll find part four of our five-part list – in alphabetical order – with new lists appearing each Monday in October. Keep checking back each week for the latest additions!

We tried to limit these to films that are currently available on our site – either on DVD or Blu-ray, or available via our On-Demand service. If a movie is missing from this list, chances are good it’s just out of print or otherwise currently unavailable/hard to access. This isn’t, as you’ll see, a definitive list of the greatest gay horror – that’s not what we were going for. This is just a sampling of some offerings that usually fly under the radar. Some are good, some are great, some are delightfully campy and ridiculous, some might be downright terrible, but they’re all available to help get your into the Halloween spirit!

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