Topics :: GLBT Film

Age of Consent

By Brian Shaer | Saturday Jul 26, 2014
Age of Consent tells the story of The Hoist, or rather The Little Sex Club That Could, which has survived and thrived against all political and social odds since 1996.


By Jake Mulligan | Thursday Jul 24, 2014
Based on this film's maudlin tone, half-hearted star performances, and unearned sentiment on display here, director Patrik Ian-Polk is no Lee Daniels.


By Kevin Taft | Wednesday Jul 23, 2014
With a new spin on an old horror classic, this moody tale of a young lesbian couple moving into a Brooklyn brownstone to make a family still manages to tread familiar territory.

Jamie Marks is Dead

By Christian Cintron | Wednesday Jul 23, 2014
This modern Gothic story offers a unique take on teenage relationships. Set to a dark wintery backdrop, it explores the complex friendship between a track star (Cameron Monaghan) and the ghost of an outcast.

I Am Happiness on Earth

By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Jul 22, 2014
Director Julin Hernndez delves through love, isolation, desperation, the artistic struggle, and a whole lot more with "I Am Happiness on Earth."

Tiger Orange

By Jake Mulligan | Tuesday Jul 22, 2014
Director Wade Gasque may speak the language of cinema, but he's not quite eloquent yet.

What It Was

By Jake Mulligan | Tuesday Jul 22, 2014
The purpose of the film's construction seems to be that it allows Armando to turn this film into an 85-minute music video.

GLAAD Slams Hollywood for Poor Portrayal of LGBT Community

By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Jul 22, 2014
GLAAD is criticizing Hollywood's portrayal of the LGBT community in a new report this week, saying filmmakers are failing to represent gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals.


By Kevin Taft | Tuesday Jul 22, 2014
A contemplative and lovely little film, "Boys" shows the fear of first love without all of the cliche trappings.

Futuro Beach

By Jake Mulligan | Tuesday Jul 22, 2014
The film's brain isn't always as active as its eye, but "Futuro Beach" is so damn easy to look at that you rarely mind.