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Boys In Brazil DVD Review

DVD Review – Boys In Brazil

June 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

Boys in Brazil, directed by Alexandre Carvalho, explores the lives of four gay men that meet at the São Paulo Gay Pride Parade and decide they must come out of the closet, in their own respects, by next year’s parade. Maurinho (Luis Vaz) is an out and proud diva, except when he goes home to...

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Seek Film

DVD Review – Seek

May 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Seek, starring newcomer Adrian Shepard-Gawinski, follows a shy, hardworking and determined young writer as he writes his first feature story for the Toronto Gazette about a professional party host. Evan (Shepard-Gawinski) writes for XUS, a magazine that publishes features and articles about all aspects of LGBT life.  It is through the magazine that Evan explores...

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DVD Review – Drink Me

April 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Drink Me, written and directed by Daniel Mansfield, is a vampire thriller about a gay couple that open their home to a lodger only to discover he has a dark secret James (Emmett Friel) and Andy (Darren Munn) seem like the perfect couple with everything going for them, that is until Andy loses his job...

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Reaching for the Moon

Film Review – Reaching for the Moon

July 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Based on the life of famous American poet Elizabeth Bishop, Reaching for the  Moon dramatizes Elizabeth’s passionate but destructive love affair with Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo Soares in the early 1950s. After struggling with writers block, New Yorker Elizabeth (Miranda Otto) decides to take a trip to jump-start her creativity, travelling to Brazil to stay...

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Free Fall

DVD Review – Free Fall

January 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

What does it mean to be moving in with your girlfriend, having a baby on the way, working in an overtly masculine job, and then to discover you’re gay? In Stephan Lacant’s latest film, Free Fall, Marc (Hanno Koffler) is about to find out. The title of the film pretty much gives us the answer....

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Any Day Now

DVD Review – Any Day Now

January 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Any Day Now, written by Travis Fine and George Arthur and directed by the former is based on a true story that took place in the 70’s that deals with legal issues surrounding the rights of homosexuals and the mentally handicapped. The film features Rudy Donatello (Alan Cumming), an openly ‘out’ drag queen struggling to...

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DVD Review – Interior. Leather Bar

December 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

Interior. Leather Bar. Is Travis Matthews’ and James Franco’ take on the outtakes of the 1980 Al Pacino film Cruising. Cruising tells the story of an undercover cop (Pacino) on the hunt for a murderer who’s killing numerous gay men through various S&M activities, from this film 40 minute had to be cut in order...

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Margarita

DVD Review – Margarita

November 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

Dominique Cardona and Laurie Colbert’s Margarita is the latest lesbian film to grace LGBT cinema, a beautiful story of contrast between a troubled Canadian power couple and their strong (psychologically and physically) Mexican nanny. Ben (Patrick McKenna) and Gail (Claire Lautier) have lost the liberal heterogeneous vibe of their youth and have unwittingly sunk into...

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Boys On Film X

DVD Review – Boys on Film X

November 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

The tenth installment of one of cinema’s most celebrated short film series Boys on Film X is an explosive cinematic exploration of LGBT themes and lifestyles with a selection of shorts that have been showcased at large scale global film festivals including the Iris Prize Film Festival and BFI London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival....

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A Magnificent Haunting

DVD Review – A Magnificent Haunting

November 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

A mesmerizingly beautiful and poetic film from award winning director Ferzan Özpetek, A Magnificent Haunting is the story of Pietro (Elio Germano) and his new found acquaintances, the Turkish-Italian Apollonio theatre company. The only problem is, is that the Apollonio troupe hold residence in Pietro’s new house and are in fact a band of ghosts...

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MonsterPies

DVD Review – Monster Pies

November 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

Written, produced and directed by Lee Galea, Monster Pies is an Australian story of the progressing relationship between two class mates. When Mike (Tristan Barr) is paired with new comer student Will (Lucas Linehan) for their English class project on Romeo and Juliet the pair embark on making a monster (Frankenstein’s Monster and the Wolf...

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DVD Review – Tell No One

October 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

Tell No One is a fun, light hearted Italian coming out rom-com that follows graduate Mattia (Josafat Vagni) as he prepares to relocate to Madrid for work and to live with his boyfriend, Eduard (Jose Dammert). The film centres around themes of acceptance, shame and deception, as contrary to what he’s told his boyfriend, Mattia...

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TripleCrossed

DVD Review – Triple Crossed

October 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

Triple Crossed is the directorial debut of renowned adult video actor, Sean Paul Lockhart who also stars as one of the film’s protagonists, Andrew Warner. The film takes on a very military and somewhat violent perspective, dealing with issues of soldier’s suffering from PTSD, ethical issues of mercenary and issues of desertion. Andrew Warner (Sean...

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