An American comedy-drama from the creator of the all-time successful Noah’s Arc Based on the life of a young black gay medical student with his boyfriend, Ryan (Dustin Ross). Magnus’s Brown University friends join him in New York for the Gay Pride for a weekend, unleashing a myriad of activities.
As we see in the movie, the friends that visit are as unique as they come spicing the film, a lesbian Yale PHD student, gay-porn actor, innocent & child-like Sebastian, spoilt by rich parents….the list goes on. The movie couldn’t be more captivating, earning its place in the list of gay-themed comedy-drama Movies.
I KILLED MY MOTHER. Is a 2009 Xavier Dolan movie. Popular after winning three international awards. The Gay movie starts off with 16-year old Hubert proclaiming his love for his mother but can’t stand being her son! The movie starts off at a high pitch and deftly keeps the audience glued detailing the complicated relationship between the Gay teenager and his single mother, after a divorce to the father.
In the Movie, Hubert claims to his teacher that his mother is dead, and after she uncovers the lie she exclaims ‘You Killed Your Mother’. This inspires Hubert to write an essay for school in the same title. Very creative, captivating, and capturing, the movie runs through Hubert’s eventful coming out and the reaction from the mother.
Anthony Hickling does it again, and does it big. Jean Christopher lives in Paris with his English Prostitute mother. Despite his humble upbringing Jean harbors dreams of becoming a model in future. His life takes an unfortunate turn and in a day’s time he changes completely.
He goes through several encounters and suffers through consequent abuses. Jean changes drastically from a n innocent young man into an experienced one too fast. The violence he undergoes in the film is accentuated by use of BDSM. A truly remarkable and poignant movie.
Yet another C. Jay Cox movie, successful gay-themed movie. Vividly explained as a sweepingly romantic Gay movie. It features Elder Aaron Davis, a Mormon from Idaho visiting Los Angeles to spread his religious beliefs.
In their new home they are unintentionally neighbors with the playful and vivacious Christian and his roommate, Julie. Christian a Gay party animal makes a bet with his workmates to seduce their new ‘holy’ neighbors. As it dawns on him Aaron who is the most inexperienced missionary and new in the group. The movie follows the romantic and dramatic union of the two as Christian at first attempts to win a bet.
A J.T. Tepnapa gay themed movie. The film follows the life of filmmaker Zachary Wells who is convinced to participate in a school’s annual festival as a judge.
He soon falls for student and a onetime one-night stand backfires on him! Zachary finds himself in a dilemma torn between his tortured past and troubling future. The movie beautifully paints a picture of the inner war endured by a Gay man.
A 2010 J.C. Calciano (writer and director) Gay-themed movie, filled with drama, intrigue and romance. It starts off with Blaine, one of the actors, who works as a lowly columnist. Blaine is hunting for love, he goes online to find his luck.
He does find a Mr. Right online but then a string of hilarious/confused events. He mistakenly sends his roomie’s picture instead of his over a fake dating profile. Follow the dramatically romantic Gay movie a Blaine attempts love.
A Travis Mathews movie set out in a San Francisco background. It revolve around the lives of two Gay men, Jesse Metzger who is forced to move back to San Francisco due to financial constraints. He ends up befriending Brenden, who becomes his very good, but at times naughty friend.
The two Gay men playfully negotiate their love from innocent nudges to making love for the first time. The movie is surprisingly set up along the real-life experiences of the two actors, and includes some very graphic sexual scenes, shot by the popular Gay pornographic studio, NakedSword.
A Glenn Gaylord movie set out in New York city. A truly one of a kind Gay-themed movie featuring the life of a Gay immigrant in pursuit of the elusive American dream.
He is faced with citizenship difficulties and ends up tying the knot with a long-time lesbian friend. Trouble kicks in after that when he has to go hunt for his lover and when he falls for one! A true depiction of a Gay love story in our real world.
A David Moreton movie set out in Sandusky Ohio. The movie follows the life of a young teenager as he tries to make sense of his life and his sexuality. Obsessed and musically driven Eric is vivacious and out-going focused on enjoying his life the best way he knows how.
He and his friend Maggie take on summer jobs and are suddenly in a long unprecedented journey, first marked by their lesbian boss, Angie! Enjoy……
A Christian Martin Gay movie, a follow up after the success release of Shank Gay Movie. The movie is magnetic, following the life of a young Gay man by the name Cal, Wayne Virgo. Cal is set to get back to his home after a long stay away from home.
He finds his home torn apart by numerous riots and many other evils born from youth unemployment. He is also faced with the painful reality of his mother dying in hospital. Sad, remorseful movie depicting a truly strong Gay man in a society marred by all manner of evils.
A Rose Troche production following the life of a 30-year old Gay man, Leo. He’s disappointed in himself so far and a surprise party doesn’t help him cheer-up.
He joins an all-man group, where he announces his being gay; he goes ahead to announce his liking for one of the members of the group, who happens to be straight and married. The movie follows his warped up world and attempts to make sense of his life.
A Bruce L. Hart comedy drama film set out on a Los Angeles background. The movie follows the lives of three happily married Gay couples and their mutual friend, the Homewrecker. The movie shows the effects of Gay marriage homewrecker, played perfectly by Dylan Vox.
As an aspiring actor he wriggles his way into the lives of his friendly friends and soon ends up in their bed! The movie has been a huge success widely publicized and adored all over. The plot keeps you glued to it all through.
A James Bolton Gay-Themed Romantic drama film featuring Stephan Bender (Nathan) and Maximillian Roeg (Roy). Set out in an old Louisiana setting the dramatic Gay movie follows the lives of the two as they uncover their Gay love. Roy is a little older and works as a High-school bus driver and Nathan is the new quiet student.
They romantically start helping each other out at home with their homework and work. Their night lessons quickly turn passionate and we are taken through a series of random love making, in the woods, bus, barn etc….Nathan has a complicated relationship with his father, and mother is smelling a rat. Get the full movie to follow the romantic development of Teenage Gay love.
Nothing like a good old French Gay Romantic Movie. Directed by Christian Faure. The movie starts off innocently with a Jewish girl seeking refuge after watching her family brutally murdered. She moves in with her childhood friend Jean, a French Homosexual.
The focus of the movie quickly changes from Sarah to Jean in his clandestine relationship with his Gay lover Philippe. Their love flourishes under everyone’s noses, with passionate meetings in all gay events or a loving fight in the woods. Their love gets a nasty turn after Jean’s brother makes the mistake of accusing him of being a German officer’s lover, facing prison on a Nazi Labor camp. Follow the story as their love perseveres.
An Alan Brown film adaptation of the world famous Shakespeare play Romeo and Juliet. Now in a Gay scene, imagine a Gay Romeo and Juliet. Set out in an all-male Military school with teenage boys re-enacting the world famous play.
Think of a musical without the singing, perfect acting, I at some point expected it to be boring but alas! This is a very good production. A Gay love story develops between two of the boys complete with the drama associated with the Romeo and Juliet play.
A Hong Khaou film set out in a London background. It’s short film, Spring, was successfully for Sundance and Berlinale. It follows the story of a foreigner lady whose son died unexpectedly.
The mother, a Cambodian Chinese, tries to understand who her son really was. She is met by people who were in his life and tries to define her long-gone beloved Gay son. She tries to make sense of this and much more with the help of his dead son’s gay partner.
A Sheldon Larry production set out in our modern day Gay World, specifically in the heart of Los Angeles. The movie is a balance of all that is colourful and glamourous about the Gay world.
This Gay-themed Movie has outdone expectations everywhere; following the life of a young black Gay man strugling to make a living in a world filled with judgment and cruelty, he soon finds his salvation in a group of Gays wh have formed a family together.
The Movie is dotted with musicals and it does them justice! The dances, vocals, fashion-shows are to die for. It begs a seat back and pop-corns to enjoy the show.
A Rosser Goodman Gay-themed American romantic drama written by the star actor Brent Gorski as Trevor. The movie follows the story of a young, beautiful and intelligent Trevor who is stuck in an extremely unhealthy relationship to Darrell (Christopher Wyllie) who is a heroin-addict.
He finds comfort in the Los Angeles night life of parties. He soon meets a medical intern, Ephraim, who rekindles his life and seeks to better his life, including rectifying his relationship with his roommates. Intriguing, dramatic and thoroughly captivating.
A Xavier Dolan gay themed movie set out in Canada. The movie features three distinct individuals, Francis, Nicolas and Marie who meet up at a dinner party in their own locality.
They develop a close friendship and later realize that the two are equally interested in one of the friends. This develops into a very interesting gay love triangle. This is a movie based on the intrigues of a love triangle and follows the development of the same as the friends change the nature of their relationship from time to time.
A Roger Ross Williams film premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. Inspired by the LGBT human rights activist David Kato who was killed in 2011.
The movie follows the effects of religious radicalization that has fueled homophobia in Uganda. The documentary follows the effects of anti-gay religious activism fueled by sponsors within religious factions from northern America.
This is a rare peek into the cruel world that the Homosexuals in Africa live in. See similar movie of Call me Kuchu.