Topics :: GLBT Film

The Happy Sad

By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Mar 19, 2014
Two couples explore sex and sexuality, monogamy and open relationships, and general 20-something confusion about life and love in director Rodney Evan’s comic/dramatic romp.

Geography Club

By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Mar 11, 2014
Director Gary Entin’s film version of the Brent Hartinger novel is light and fluffy, which makes it a sweet confection. There’s nothing hard-hitting about this film, however.

Free Fall

By Charlie Nash | Friday Mar 7, 2014
"Free Fall" is an earnest, yet all too familiar gay romance.

Blue is the Warmest Color

By Jake Mulligan | Friday Mar 7, 2014
Winner of last year’s Palme D’or, for the best picture at the Cannes Film Festival, "Blue" is a coming-of-age movie exacting in its precision, most notably when it drifts outside the bedroom.


By Robb C. Sewell | Tuesday Feb 25, 2014
Childhood friends rediscover friendship and find passion in adulthood.

Capital Games

By JC Alvarez | Friday Feb 14, 2014
Based on the erotica of novelist G.A. Hauser "Capital Games" available now on DVD has little passion or fire to even bother with keeping score. This is one guilty pleasure few will admit to indulging in.

G.B.F. (Gay Best Friend)

By Kitty Drexel | Wednesday Feb 12, 2014
In a melange of color, design and catchy slang, the film’s lead character learns about himself, what it means to be a public spokesperson for the LGBTQI community, and friendship.

Pit Stop

By Kyle Thomas Smith | Tuesday Feb 4, 2014
Director Yen Tan’s new feature shows that quiet desperation no longer has the last word in gay lives in small-town Texas.


By Tony Pinizzotto | Monday Jan 27, 2014
Director Joshua Sanchez explores the essence of freedom in this Fourth of July tale of four characters in search of love and understanding.

Best Queer Films of 2013

By Gary M. Kramer | Tuesday Dec 31, 2013
2013 was a queer year for film. Interestingly, and perhaps significantly, the most memorable films and performances did not feature gay men, as is usually the case.