All posts filed under: Queer Cinema

Seek (2014)

The first thing that comes to mind when I think of the film Seek is awkward. The film seems to me to be unsure of what it wants to be when it grows up. Whether this is a scripting issue or an editing issue I’m not certain, but I am certain this 2014 gay film seems to be trying to be too many things, to too many people and ultimately being not all that much to anyone. Advertisements

eCupid – Love on the Download (2011)

After 7 years together Marshall (Houston Rhines) and Gabe (Noah Schuffman) are in a bit of a rut. Their relationship has reached the stage of early nights, birthday sex and passing each other in the hallway. Late one night Marshall answers a pop up on his computer, downloading the eCupid app in a search for something “different.” To say the app takes over his life, would be an understatement.

Is It Just Me (2010)

Is It Just Me is a sweet, romantic comedy about finding true love in a sea of readily available one night stands. Blaine, a columnist for a gay newspaper writes about his eternal search, never believing that love is possible for him. When his actor/Go-Go dancing flatmate Cameron uses his computer to upload sexy new photos to his online profile, a chance encounter with a young Texan living in Hollywood leads to a comedy of errors and the chance at falling in love.

Getting Go

In the 2014 Queer film Getting Go: The Go Doc Project, soon to graduate university student Doc is obsessed with a local Go Go Boy. In a drunken moment Doc sends Go an email, inviting him to be a participant in a documentary film. When Go responds positively to the idea, Doc faces the real trauma of meeting and coming to know the crush he’s been too scared to speak to.