Liz in September

Posted on August 20, 2015  | Filed Under New DVD Releases


DVD Wolfe Price: $19.95 Available: November 03, 2015

Synopsis:

Based on the classic lesbian play, Last Summer at Bluefish Cove, the gorgeous drama, Liz in September stars Latina lesbian supermodel Patricia Velasquez and is brought to the screen by esteemed Venezuelan director Fina Torres (Woman on Top).

Every year, Liz (Velasquez), a hardcore party girl and womanizer, celebrates her birthday with her friends at a Caribbean beach retreat. This year is different. She is sick but hates pity, so she hides her terminal illness. When a young woman outsider arrives, Liz’s friends dare her to seduce her. But the ingenue is deeply wounded by the recent death of her young son, and nothing turns out as expected.


Year Produced: 2015
Directed By: Fina Torres
Starring: Arlette Torres, Danay Garcia, Elba Escobar, Eloisa Maturen, Mimi Lazo, Patricia Velasquez
Language: Spanish
Run Time: 100 min.
Rating: Not Rated

In the Grayscale

Posted on August 11, 2015  | Filed Under New DVD Releases


DVD Wolfe Price: $19.95 Available: November 03, 2015

Synopsis:

“A gentle boy-meets-boy romance.” — Variety

When architect Bruno (hot Chilean TV star Francisco Celhay) finds himself passionately drawn to Santiago tour guide, Fernando (Emilio Edwards) he faces challenging decisions about his identity — and his relationship with his wife and young son. Hired to design a civic landmark for the Chilean capitol city, Bruno struggles with the commission. His uncertainty about how to proceed professionally is paralleled by his personal grappling.

Offering no easy answers, this tenderly told tale of sexual discovery has earned comparisons to Andrew Haigh’s Weekend for its beautifully realized portrayal of two men in love.


Year Produced: 2015
Directed By: Claudio Marcone
Starring: Emilio Edwards, Francisco Celhay, Sergio Hernández
Language: Spanish
Run Time: 101 min.
Rating: Not Rated

Prick Up Your Ears

Posted on August 10, 2015  | Filed Under New DVD Releases


DVD Wolfe Price: $13.46 Available: September 22, 2015
BLURAY Wolfe Price: $24.95 Available: September 22, 2015

Synopsis:

A true story about a love affair ending in a shocking murder/suicide. Joe Orton was a winner of several awards for his plays “Loot” and “Entertaining Mr Sloane”. He was also an extremely promiscuous homosexual at a time when that was enough to get a man imprisoned. This film charts Orton’s life in a series of flashbacks.

In his research on the celebrated playwright Joe Orton (Gary Oldman, The Dark Knight), biographer John Lahr’s (Wallace Shawn, The Princess Bride) meetings with Orton’s literary agent, Peggy Ramsay (Vanessa Redgrave, Howard’s End) frame the story of the life of an artist. Told through flashbacks, the film reveals the relationship between Orton and his mentor (and subsequently, his lover) Kenneth Halliwell (Alfred Molina, The Da Vinci Code).

At first blush the older Halliwell was the educator and Orton his willing student. Those roles were reversed with Orton thrust into the spotlight when his play, Entertaining Mr. Sloan, became a monstrous success. Orton’s sudden fame and career trajectory placed Halliwell in his shadow, resulting in tragic consequences.

The talents of Redgrave, Oldman and Molina are a virtual master class on screen acting. Guiding them through their paces via a wonderful screenplay by Alan Bennett (The History Boys), based on the book by John Lahr, director Stephen Frears (The Queen) weaves a compelling, caustic, often humorous and never less than entertaining tale of fleeting fame.


Year Produced: 1987
Directed By: Stephen Frears
Starring: Alfred Molina, Gary Oldman, Julie Walters, Vanessa Redgrave
Language: English
Run Time: 105 min.
Rating: R

Blackbird

Posted on August 4, 2015  | Filed Under New DVD Releases


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Synopsis:

Blackbird is a funny, moving, coming-of-age story about growing up black and gay in southern California. Seventeen-year-old Randy (Julian Walker) comes from a religious family, and since his father (Isaiah Washington) left, he must take care of his emotionally disturbed mother (Mo’Nique).

Randy’s known as a good kid and a reliable friend. But when he meets Marshall, surely the sexiest man to walk God’s green earth, Randy finds himself falling in love – and he must face the predjudices of his small town Baptist community and the disapproval his parents.


Year Produced: 2014
Directed By: Patrik-Ian Polk
Starring: Isaiah Washington, Julian Walker, Mo'Nique, Terrell Tilford
Language: English
Run Time: 99 min.
Rating: R

Blackbird

Posted on July 31, 2015  | Filed Under New DVD Releases


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Synopsis:

Blackbird is a funny, moving, coming-of-age story about growing up black and gay in southern California. Seventeen-year-old Randy (Julian Walker) comes from a religious family, and since his father (Isaiah Washington) left, he must take care of his emotionally disturbed mother (Mo’Nique).

Randy’s known as a good kid and a reliable friend. But when he meets Marshall, surely the sexiest man to walk God’s green earth, Randy finds himself falling in love – and he must face the predjudices of his small town Baptist community and the disapproval his parents.


Year Produced: 2014
Directed By: Patrik-Ian Polk
Starring: Isaiah Washington, Julian Walker, Mo'Nique, Terrell Tilford
Language: English
Run Time: 99 min.
Rating: R

Match

Posted on July 22, 2015  | Filed Under New DVD Releases


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

Synopsis:

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

Looking Season 2

Posted on July 22, 2015  | Filed Under New DVD Releases


DVD Wolfe Price: $24.95 Available: December 31, 2015
BLURAY Wolfe Price: $29.95 Available: December 31, 2015

Synopsis:

HBO has notified us that Looking: The Complete Second Season has been delayed due to manufacturing issues. While we do not have an exact new street date, we expect it will be in the next few months. As soon as it arrives, we will ship orders immediately – Thanks for your understanding and patience.

In the second season, Looking continues to offer up the unfiltered experiences of three close friends – Patrick, Agustín and Dom – living, and loving, in modern-day San Francisco. Patrick (Jonathan Groff) finds himself getting what he thinks he wants only to realize it’s not actually what he needs. He and his boss Kevin (Russell Tovey), begin a messy affair, while Patrick also tries to figure out if he and Richie (Raúl Castillo) can still be friends. Agustín (Frankie J. Alvarez), floundering after his breakup at the end of last season, decides to leave his art aspirations behind while striking up a friendship with a charming “bear” named Eddie (guest star Daniel Franzese). Dom (Murray Bartlett) continues his dream to open a restaurant, but faces many ups and downs in securing financing – and in his relationship with Lynn (guest star Scott Bakula).

With naturalism and humor, Looking continues to explore the search for happiness and intimacy in an age of unparalleled choices – and rights – for gay men, with the progressive, sexually open culture of San Francisco serving as a backdrop for the trio’s lives.

Starring Jonathan Groff (The Normal Heart, Frozen), Frankie J. Alvarez (Smash), and Murray Bartlett (August) and returning as series regulars are Lauren Weedman (Date Night), and Russell Tovey (The History Boys).

Guest stars include Daniel Franzese (Mean Girls) and Scott Bakula (Quantum Leap)


Starring: Frankie J. Alverez, Jonathan Groff, Lauren Weedman, Murray Bartlett, Russell Tovey
Run Time: 300 min.

Seashore

Posted on July 22, 2015  | Filed Under New DVD Releases


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Synopsis:

“The sweetest gay film” — Travels of Adam

In this intimate coming-of-age drama 18-year-old Martin (Mateus Almada) brings his old friend Tomaz (Mauricio Jose Barcellos) on a drive to the Southern Brazilian coast. Having been good friends for years, Martin and Tomaz now find themselves on the cusp of adulthood.

For both of boys, 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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