The Year’s Sexiest Movie Is Also The Scariest: You’re Killing Me

Posted on March 8, 2016  | Filed Under LGBT Movie News & Gossip, Spotlight

Looking for the sexiest movie of the year? We’ve got it. You’re Killing Me is out today on DVD and digital everywhere.

Posted by Wolfe Video on Tuesday, March 8, 2016

The New GirlFriend

Posted on January 12, 2016  | Filed Under LGBT Movie News & Gossip

DVD Wolfe Price: $17.96 Available: January 26, 2016
BLURAY Wolfe Price: $24.95 Available: January 26, 2016


The New GirlFriend

From the visionary mind of François Ozon (8 WOMEN, SWIMMING POOL) comes this one-of-a-kind gender-bending melodrama, which both shocks and delights in equal measure. Steeped in suspense and indebted to the eye-popping visuals of Pedro Almodóvar, Alfred Hitchcock and Brian De Palma, THE NEW GIRLFRIEND blends the macabre with a heartfelt romance in the tale of soft-spoken Claire and her love affair with a mysterious stranger. After mourning the loss of Laura, Claire comes across Laura’s husband David (Romain Duris) dressed head-to-toe in his wife’s clothes. Unsure whether his new guise is the result of foul play, she threatens to reveal David to Laura’s family. But the more time she spends with him, the more Claire becomes seduced by his beautiful new incarnation. As the two become inseparable, Claire wonders whether she is falling for David’s alter ego, or perhaps a part of Laura’s resurrected soul. THE NEW GIRLFRIEND pays homage to classic cinema – from REBECCA to ALL ABOUT MY MOTHER – while injecting its own brand of sensual, sometimes sinister, eroticism.

Year Produced: 2014
Directed By: Francois Ozon
Starring: Alex Fondja, Anais Demoustier, Anita Gillier, Aurore Clement, Bruno Perard, Claudine Chatel, Isild Le Besco, Jean-Claude Bolle-Reddat, Jonathan Louis, Pierre Fabiani, Raphael Personnaz, Romain Duris, Zita Hanrot
Language: French with English subtitles
Run Time: 108 min.
Rating: R


Posted on January 5, 2016  | Filed Under LGBT Movie News & Gossip

DVD Wolfe Price: $19.95 Available: February 02, 2016


“Breathe is a great film. It’s gorgeously shot and acted, with a very realistic story of a friendship-gone-wrong at its center.” —

A taut, nuanced story about the depths of female friendships and the dark side of teenage infatuations, Breathe, the sophomore directorial effort from Mélanie Laurent (Inglourious Basterds, Beginners), is an assured adaptation of the sensational French young adult novel of the same name. Charlie (Joséphine Japy) is seventeen and bored. Her estranged parents are too caught up in their own drama to pay her much attention. School holds no surprises either, and Charlie grows tired of her staid friends. Enter Sarah (Lou de Laâge), a confident and charismatic new transfer student who brings with her an alluring air of boldness and danger. The two form an instant connection, and through shared secrets, love interests and holiday getaways their relationship deepens to levels of unspoken intimacy. But with this intimacy comes jealousy and unrealistic expectations, and soon the teens find themselves on a dangerous trajectory toward an inevitable and unforeseen collapse.



Year Produced: 2015
Directed By: Mélanie Laurent
Starring: Joséphine Japy, Lou de Laâge
Language: French with English subtitles
Run Time: 91 min.
Rating: Not Rated

You’re Killing Me

Posted on December 24, 2015  | Filed Under LGBT Movie News & Gossip

DVD Wolfe Price: $19.95 Available: March 08, 2016


An intriguing mix of horror and romantic comedy, You’re Killing Me shows what happens when George, a narcissistic wannabe internet star, meets Joe, a monotone serial killer.

George catches Joe’s attention and they immediately begin dating. While all of George’s friends agree that Joe seems a bit strange, George claims his new beau “isn’t scary, he’s gorgeous.”

As George’s friends start to disappear, the remaining group decides to take matters into their own hands.

Directed and co-written by Jim Hansen (creator of The Chloe Videos with Drew Droege), this gay “mumblegore” mixture of “Dexter” and “Gilmore Girls” blends witty banter, pop culture references and good old- fashioned murder. You’re Killing Me will have you laughing hysterically as you cover your eyes in fear.

Year Produced: 2015
Directed By: Jim Hansen
Starring: Jack Plotnick, Drew Droege, Matthew Wilkas, Matthew McKelligon, Jeffery Self, Edi Patterson, Bryan Safi, James Cerne, Shaughn Buchholz
Language: English/Closed Captions
Run Time: 88 min.


Posted on December 22, 2015  | Filed Under LGBT Movie News & Gossip

DVD Wolfe Price: $25.95 Available: February 02, 2016
BLURAY Wolfe Price: $34.95 Available: February 02, 2016



After detective Laurel Hester (Julianne Moore) is diagnosed with cancer, she learns that government officials won’t award her pension benefits to her domestic partner, Stacie (Ellen Page). Refusing to accept the officials’ decision, Laurel and Stacie lead a battle for equal rights in this unforgettable movie that speaks to the power of love and the pursuit of justice.

Year Produced: 2015
Directed By: Peter Sollett
Starring: Michael Shannon, Julianne Moore, Ellen Page, Steve Carell, Luke Grimes, Josh Charles, Mary Birdsong, Gabriel Luna
Language: English/Closed Captions
Run Time: 103 min.
Rating: PG-13


Posted on December 17, 2015  | Filed Under LGBT Movie News & Gossip

DVD Wolfe Price: $23.95 Available: February 09, 2016
BLURAY Wolfe Price: $29.95 Available: February 09, 2016


Golden Globe Nominee, LILY TOMLIN

Elle Reid (Lily Tomlin) has just gotten through breaking up with her girlfriend when her pregnant granddaughter, Sage (Julia Garner), unexpectedly shows up needing $600 before sundown. Temporarily broke, Grandma Elle and Sage spend the day trying to get their hands on the cash, as their unannounced visits to old friends and flames end up rattling skeletons in the closet and digging up secrets better left buried.

Year Produced: 2015
Directed By: Paul Weitz
Starring: Lily Tomlin, John Cho, Marcia Gay Harden, Laverne Cox, Julia Greer, Judy Greer, Sam Elliott
Language: English
Run Time: 79 min.
Rating: R

Aidan Bristow (Eat With Me)

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

Aidan Bristow 2

“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

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Posted on March 27, 2014  | Filed Under LGBT Movie News & Gossip

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