Have you ever wanted to experiment with a threesome? It’s a popular fantasy and the basis of our latest addition to Dekkoo.
Tri-Curious is short film about a young couple preparing for their first threesome together. Everything seems fine until the more conservative half of the pair suffers an anxiety attack and wants to cancel. Trouble is, it’s 20 minutes until the “guest” is set to arrive at their apartment.
Will they or won’t they? Would you?
Tri-Curious is now available on Dekkoo!
Be sure to check out the Behind the Scenes bonus feature as well.
Jayson Bend (also known as “Agent 009”) is an openly gay British super spy! Modeled completely after James Bond, he drives fast and plays hard – always with other hot boys. In this truly impressive parody/homage, the first in an on-going series, Jayson teams up with a sexy Swiss counterpart to try and stop the world’s largest global hair salon chain, and their nefarious CEO, from launching a satellite that will threaten the very fate of human existence.
This funny and sexy send-up of Ian Fleming’s iconic character is an instant classic. We can’t wait for more!
Jayson Bend: Queen and Country is now playing!
With Halloween just around the corner we thought we’d kick off the witching season a little early. I Was a Teenage Werebear is a hilarious musical spoof of 1950s and 60s drive-in flicks with a perfect dash of campy horror fun that is perfect for the season.
When closeted new kid Ricky O’Reilly (played by Sean Paul Lockhart better know as beloved adult film superstar Brent Corrigan) falls for Malibu High’s mysterious bad boy Talon (Anton Troy) love bites them on the ass as the two transform into bestial, leather daddy werebears!
We’ve included a ton of extras including deleted scenes and a making of featurette so be sure to check out all of the extras available with this great addition to the Dekkoo library.
I Was a Teenage Werebear is now playing!
‘Paternity Leave might be the world’s funniest ‘gaymantic’ comedy’ – San Diego Gay and Lesbian News
‘A little bundle of cinematic joy…it’s a labor of love, laughter, and a few tears.’ – Kansas City LGBT Film Festival
Greg, a 30 year old web designer, is settled into a stable and healthy relationship with Ken, a criminal defense attorney. Caught in a moment of passion on the eve of their four-year anniversary, Greg soon begins feeling nauseated, fatigued, moody and “most unfortunately” fat. At his wit’s end and his boyfriend’s insistence, he sees a doctor who’s stumped and refers the couple to a specialist. To everyone’s amazement, Greg is pregnant. Shock, stress and fear settle in, and Greg’s relationship gets put to the ultimate test. Paternity Leave poses a modern answer to the age old question: ‘Are we ready to be parents?’
Paternity Leave is now available on Dekkoo.
We’ve just added two wonderful gay short films from director Blake Pruitt.
Blake is a writer, director, editor, producer, and part time drag queen living in New York City. You may have seen his short documentary 20MALEGAYNYC on a little site called Dekkoo (wink, wink) and it’s also been featured on Andrew Sullivan’s The Daily Dish, The Advocate, and The Huffington Post.
His experimental short camchat (which has screened at film festivals in the US, Canada, and Europe) is a look at online sexual encounters and relationships through one young man’s interactions.
His narrative short, Read Aloud, had its world premiere at NewFest 2015.
Both films explore the challenging and ever-changing world of dating from a young perspective. Raw, sexy and edgy, Blake’s films never disappoint.
It also doesn’t hurt that the boys who star in both of these short films are drop dead gorgeous!
After his mother dies, Sequan, a sensitive teenager from Brooklyn, moves in with relatives living in a small town plagued with secrets hidden deep within its lush, rural Alabama terrain. Confronting ignorance and danger, Sequan finds refuge in a friendship with a troubled girl who astutely hones in on his true sexuality and introduces him to her cute brother.
Rivers Wash Over Me is now playing.
In addition, do not miss filmmaker Blake Pruitt’s devastatingly candid short documentary 20MALEGAYNYC. We just added it to our library yesterday and it’s already garnering a lot of views.
Dazzling. Astonishing. Fascinating.
These are just a few of the words that have been used to describe director Ira Sachs classic gay film, The Delta. A compelling character study revolving around the confused relationship between a 17-year old Memphis student and a Vietnamese immigrant, it’s a fascinating tale of sexual and racial differences. It was a very controversial film upon its initial release but still holds up after 20 years.
The Delta is now playing on Dekkoo!
In addition, this week we added several other great titles to our library. Be sure to check them all out.
Three’s A Crowd – This comedic web series about two men falling in-love while an ex is still in the picture is sure to delight.
The Surface – An emotional romantic drama that bridges the gap between two generations of gay men.
The Pride & Pretence of Eirik – Actor, writer and vlogger Jeffrey Self stars in this hilarious web series about Eirik, a self-absorbed gay man finding his way.
BoysTown The Series – A great series about eight leading men who heat things up in L.A.
Undetectable – A gay man living with undetectable HIV must confront the guilt tormenting him after betraying and infecting his terminal ex-lover.
It looks like you’re going to be busy this weekend!
Emotionally moving and brimming with youthful energy, ‘The Bubble‘ is a snapshot of three Tel Aviv friends.
Their lives filled with trendy cafes, boutiques and the occasional sexual adventures, the trio seek refuge in their metropolitan “bubble”, isolating them from omnipresent fear of modern warfare around them. But when young Noam falls in love with a Palestinian young man named Ashraf, a chain of events is set in motion threatening their naive, idealistic existence.
Directed by Eytan Fox, The Bubble is as relevant today as it was upon its release 10 years ago. It’s a rich, textured gay romance that is an important link in the chain of great gay cinema.
Four diverse gay men navigate art, sex and love in one sublime night.
Directed by Joseph Graham (he directed Strapped, one of our favorite movies in the Dekkoo collection), Beautiful Something is a romantic comedy-drama that follows four diverse gay men over the course of one eventful night in Philadelphia. Each man is looking for a meaningful connection but usually settles for a quick and dirty hook-up. But in this stunningly photographed film, one extraordinary night will deliver a series of strange and life-changing encounters for each.
We are proud to offer this film the same week as its DVD release. As Dekkoo continues to grow, we will continue to bring our subscribers the very best in gay film. We’re thrilled to have you along for the ride!
“‘Five Dances‘ has one of the sexiest gay-male sex scenes that anyone has seen onscreen in some time.” – OUT Magazine
“Filmed with rare sensuality. A beautiful voyage!” – Premiere
“Stunningly beautiful!” – Next
‘Five Dances‘ is a coming-of-age tale about an extraordinarily talented young dancer (played by Broadway performer Ryan Steele in his first film role) who has recently arrived in New York City. It is a visually sensual glimpse of life and first love in the ‘downtown’ modern dance world. Shot mostly in and around a Soho dance studio, the film features original work by the internationally renowned choreographer Jonah Baeker. Writer-director Alan Brown and his cast of five of New York’s most gifted dancers capture the emotional turbulence and excitement of a small dance company during the process of creation.
Watch the trailer now.