We all love a good gay movie — especially when it’s available at the click of a button whenever the fancy strikes us to watch. To help you stay up-to-date on what’s available, I’ve rounded up some of the newest offerings to hit Netflix instant in the last month. I’ve attached trailers and Netflix descriptions, too, so you don’t get roped in to two hours of snoredom.
July saw the release of lots of goodies, including Jonathan Lisecki hilarious Gayby and Keep the Lights On, Ira Sachs intense drama about the shaky romance between a gay filmmaker and an attorney that played at last year’s QFest. Check out more below:
Gayby: “When yoga teacher Jenn and her gay friend Matt find themselves thirtysomething, single and childless, they decide to parent a baby together. But trouble arises when they discover they have differing ideas about the method of the child’s conception.”
Gun Hill Road: “After serving three-years in prison, tough-guy Enrique returns to his family and finds his wife is a virtual stranger to him and his son is in the middle of a sexual identity crisis. Now Enrique must find a way to accept his altered life or risk losing control and ending up back in jail.”
Funkytown: “In 1976 Montreal, eight people who want to see and be seen at the trendiest disco end up juggling fame and anonymity until they are forced to make sober choices in an era when excess is the norm, and when disco is king.”
Keep the Lights On: “The physical romance between a gay filmmaker and an attorney soon evolves into a more complex relationship, laced with conflicting desires. Over several turbulent years, both men struggle to build a true acceptance of the other’s strengths and flaws.”
Jack and Diane: “When teenage girls Jack and Diane meet, they’re swept up in a night of passion. But Jack’s upset to learn that Diane is leaving the country in a week. Meanwhile, Diane’s new sexual feelings lead to strange changes in her body and werewolf visions.”
Kiss Me: “While celebrating her own recent engagement, Mia travels to the Swedish countryside to attend the engagement party of her estranged father. When she meets her soon-to-be stepsister, sparks fly and Mia finds herself unexpectedly falling in love.”
Let My People Go!: “A lover’s quarrel with his Nordic boyfriend sends French-Jewish postman Reuben back home to Paris to join his maddeningly zany family for Passover. After his unbearable relatives drive him out to a nightclub, a chance encounter leads to further woe.”
Loose Cannons: “This fiery comedy from director Ferzan Ozpetek finds young Tommaso about to reveal to his large, frenetic Italian family that he’s gay. But he’s beaten to the punch by his older brother, who is promptly disinherited by their furious father.”
Morgan: “Depressed and despairing after an accident renders him paraplegic, Morgan gets a new lease on life when he meets Dean on a basketball court. But when Morgan risks his life entering a bike race and Dean walks out, he is pushed to the brink once again.”
North Sea Texas: “Pim, a teen living in a small town on the Belgian coast, brightens up his ordinary existence by dreaming of princesses, beauty queens and the handsome boy next door. But when a hunky traveler blows through town, Pim’s life takes an exciting turn.”email@example.com.