David Au (writer-director, Eat With Me)

Posted on July 2, 2015  | Filed Under VIP Q Movie Pick | Leave a Comment

David Au

The Wedding Banquet by Ang Lee is probably the first gay film I ever saw and it’s still on top of my list today. I remember watching it the first time, and found myself laughing hysterically and yet was touched by the characters at the same time. That’s when I first discovered the genre of dramedy and that a film does not always require an evil villain to forge conflicts. Another film I loved is Totally F***ed Up by Gregg Araki because it has such a raw portrayal on the angst and fear of being a gay teen that is still very relevant today.”

Watch David’s wonderful new comedy-drama, Eat With Me — on DVD and digital from WolfeVideo.com.

Aidan Bristow (Eat With Me)

Posted on July 2, 2015  | Filed Under LGBT Movie News & Gossip, VIP Q Movie Pick | Leave a Comment

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“I love Weekend by Andrew Haigh. I think it’s important to use film as a platform to stress the very real and present discrimination that occurs for people of the LGBT community today as well as the past. But it is sometimes nice to have a film that shows the day to day mundane problems single LGBT men (or women) go through that are extremely similar to heterosexual men and women. Haigh places his story in a fairly accepting community, with a character who has both straight and gay friends, and allows us to watch him (in a very naturalistic style) make the common human mistakes we all make in trying to find someone who is right and good for us. Also, he shows his central character grapple with macro (non-love related struggles) life decisions that we all come across whether we are gay or straight. In the end it reminds us that we are all way more similar than we are different, and the idea of discriminating against groups based on trivial small differences is absurd.”

Watch Aidan in the wonderful new comedy-drama, Eat With Me — on DVD and digital from WolfeVideo.com.

Sharon Omi (Eat With Me)

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“I loved Longtime Companion. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen it, but I remember being so taken in by this group of friends and their struggle to live with the reality of AIDS. I also LOVE Transparent. My sister and I appreciate the reality of the family dynamic. We know that if our father came out as transgender that we would behave EXACTLY like his kids!! Last but not least, Angels in America because Tony Kushner creates a world filled with characters that are so flawed and so insanely courageous at the same time.”

Watch Sharon in the wonderful new comedy-drama, Eat With Me — on DVD and digital from WolfeVideo.com.

Teddy Chen Culver (Eat With Me)

Posted on July 1, 2015  | Filed Under VIP Q Movie Pick | Leave a Comment

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“My favorite LGBT movie is also one of my Top Five Favorites of all time, Ang Lee’s Brokeback Mountain. I strongly identified with Ennis and Jack’s emotional struggle to be true to their forbidden love. Much easier said than done when you’re a gay cowboy in macho, gun-toting, Wyoming during the 60’s and 70’s. The idyllic moments they shared on Brokeback juxtaposed by their superficial lives back in town, to the deep meaning of the unforgettable Last Line and Final Image of the movie make Brokeback Mountain a masterpiece. Upon each viewing, I appreciate it more and more, and strive to live by its message.”

Watch Teddy in the wonderful new comedy-drama, Eat With Me — on DVD and digital from WolfeVideo.com.

Psycho Beach Party Blu-ray

Posted on June 18, 2015  | Filed Under New DVD Releases | Comments Off on Psycho Beach Party Blu-ray

BLURAY Wolfe Price: $19.95 Available: August 18, 2015



PSYCHO BEACH PARTY is a wickedly fun satire of Hollywood movie genres. Chicklet (Lauren AmbroseCAN’T HARDLY WAIT, HBO’s SIX FEET UNDER), a wannabe surf-girl with a split personality, becomes the primary suspect after a string of humorously gruesome murders terrifies the teen set. When the clues take her to the beach, the fun and suspense begin.

At the beach, Chicklet crosses paths with burnt-out surf guru Kanaka (Thomas Gibson, CRIMINAL MINDS, DHARMA & GREG), dreamy surfboy Starcat (Nicholas Brendon, BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER), and stylish homicide detective Monica Stark (Charles Busch, DIE MOMMIE DIE!).

PSYCHO BEACH PARTY also stars Amy Adams (AMERICAN HUSTLE, BIG EYES), Matt Keeslar (SCREAM 3), Beth Broderick (SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH), Kimberly Davies (THE NEXT BEST THING) and Kathleen Robertson (BEVERLY HILLS, 90210).

Year Produced: 2001
Directed By: Robert King
Starring: Charles Busch, Lauren Ambrose, Matt Keeslar, Nicholas Brendon, Thomas Gibson
Language: English/Closed Captions
Run Time: 95 min.
Rating: Unrated


Posted on June 16, 2015  | Filed Under New DVD Releases | Comments Off on Wasp

DVD Wolfe Price: $19.95 Available: August 04, 2015


Love Stings!!

Having left England for a romantic escapade in the south of France, Olivier and James invite Caroline along at the very last minute. She was just left by her long-time boyfriend and is in need of a change of scenery. The trio arrives in a little Provinçal village, somewhat cut off from the world. Though everything seems calm between the pool, sunshine and a village visit, Oliver finds himself more and more intrigued by Caroline. A tension of sexual jealousy and possessiveness escalate between the three.

Year Produced: 2015
Starring: Elly Condron, Hugo Bolton, Simon Haycock
Language: English/Closed Captions
Run Time: 72 min.
Rating: Not Rated


Posted on June 11, 2015  | Filed Under New DVD Releases | Comments Off on Match

DVD Wolfe Price: $19.95 Available: August 11, 2015


Patrick Stewart gives a captivating performance in this witty, emotionally gripping adaptation of director Stephen Belber’s own Tony Award-nominated play.

Stewart stars as Tobi, an eccentric, pot-smoking Manhattan ballet instructor whose quiet life is interrupted by the arrival of a young couple (Carla Gugino & Matthew Lillard) from Seattle, presumably there to interview him about his colorful life as a dancer in the 1960s. As Tobi spins salacious tales from his former career, an ulterior motive for the couple’s visit emerges, forcing the trio to confront a secret that may connect them all.

Driven by Stewart’s tour-de-force performance, MATCH moves masterfully between razor-sharp comic banter and heartrending poignancy.

Starring Patrick Stewart (X-men series, Star Trek: First Contact), Carla Gugino (Watchmen, Sin City, Night at the Museum) and Matthew Lillard (The Descendants, Scooby-Doo)

Year Produced: 2014
Directed By: Stephen Belber
Starring: Carla Gugino, Matthew Lillard, Patrick Stewart
Language: English
Run Time: 92 min.
Rating: R


Posted on June 3, 2015  | Filed Under New DVD Releases | Comments Off on Seashore

DVD Wolfe Price: $19.95 Available: August 04, 2015


Having been good friends for years, Martin and Tomaz now find themselves on the cusp of adulthood. Martin’s father sends his son to southern Brazil, where the family is from, to sort out an inheritance matter. Tomaz accompanies him there. For both of them, the brief excursion to the coastal town becomes a journey into themselves. It’s not just the sea that nearly reaches the doors of the country house which exerts a slow, yet relentless pull on them – the two friends have the same effect on one other.

Filipe Matzembacher and Marcio Reolon’s richly atmospheric, autobiographically inspired feature debut follows its two main characters on a weekend that will change their relationship forever. Seashore wanders through the borderlands between love and friendship, exploring sexual orientation and personal identity.

The outstanding camerawork picks up on the protagonists’ complex emotional states in the same way as the soundtrack captures the roaring of the sea: gentle and powerful in equal measure. Always on an equal footing with the subject and the characters, the film creates a moment of magic and tenderness. Looking for love and finding it are sometimes one and the same thing.

Year Produced: 2015
Directed By: Filipe Matzembacher, Marcio Reolon
Starring: Mateus Almada, Maurício José Barcellos
Language: Portuguese
Run Time: 83 min.
Rating: Not Rated

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