A smoking hot cast (including TLAgay.com fan-favorite Sean Paul Lockhart) highlight this new thriller about a young guy with psychic abilities (Blaise Embry) who returns home to visit his family and finds himself wrapped up in a mystery - and surrounded by seductive boys.
An exciting breakthrough feature from Argentinian director Rodrigo Guerrero, The Third One concerns a ménage à trois - the planning stage, the main event and the aftermath. After meeting in a chat room, Fede, a college student, arrives at downtown to have an intimate encounter with a hot, older gay couple.
Boaz is committed to his loving girlfriend, but starts questioning his life when he begins receiving a series of obsessive love letters from another man. They expose the inner world of their author, who also is deeply closeted — and knows plenty about him, including Boaz’s past attraction to other men.
Writer-director-star Matt Riddlehoover is back with a follow-up to one of the bestselling gay romances of the past year - Scenes from a Gay Marriage! More Scenes picks up two years after the original. Darren and Joe begin to question whether their domestic bliss is really for them.
Set in Maine and inspired by his own teen years, prolific director Todd Verow tells a story of gay lust in high school between Joe (Brad Hallowell), a (clearly autobiographical) theater geek, and his best buddy, Andrew (Gregory J. Lucas), a studly football star.
This controversial Brazilian drama, From Beginning to End, from director Aluisio Abranches, follows the love and sexual intimacy between two men… who just happen to be half-brothers. This intense drama does not just live on the controversial subject matter - it makes it really hot!