A well-liked parole officer and a beautiful former model enjoy a successful marriage until she gets the itch to go back to work. As the wife forms an 'unlikely friendship' with an emerging photographer, the husband is dealing with a parolee who proved to be more than he bargained for.

As loose ends unravel and a world of secrets, sex, and lies creep closer to home, Illicit poses the simple question: "Can you have everything without losing it all?"

 

 

Star Power! The all-star cast includes David Ramsey ('Arrow', 'Dexter'), Vivica A. Fox ('Empire', Kill Bill), and Dean Cain ('Supergirl', God's Not Dead).

 

 

DVD Special Features will include behind-the-scenes footage.

  • What would happen if Mishima Yuko meets Socrates?
  • Hins, a dreamy boy who indulges in literature and thirsts for philosophy, is overwhelmed by his charismatic teacher, Antonio, who drags Hins and his religious girlfriend Joey into uncharted erotic territories.
  • The intriguing appearance of Swan, a beautiful and intellectual lady, only adds to their entanglement of sensuality and lust. What once seemed like a path towards a surreal and unrestrained utopia is now barred by a lifetime secret and a lie of the heart. Will Hins's love for art and wisdom guide him through or will he lose himself amid the chaos of eroticism?

 

 

A visually stunning and erotic drama from acclaimed director Scud (Amphetamine, City Without Baseball, Love Actually...Sucks).

 

DVD Special Features will include deleted scenes, the making of Utopians featurette, and the teaser trailer 'Thirty Years Of Adonis.'

Luke Palmer, a Los Angeles widower, has been in therapy for a year since his wife’s accused killer was found Not Guilty at trial. In an attempt to get away from his anguish, Luke takes a trip to Scottsdale for a three-day vacation, but is kidnapped and awakens to find himself in a room with a recording device…and an electrified restraining chair.

The next thing Luke knows, a hooded man is dragged into the room and secured in the chair. The hood is removed to reveal Galen Terry, the man acquitted for Luke’s wife’s murder. An ominous voice comes over a loudspeaker and says "My name is Justice. You are here to retry the case of California vs. Terry for the murder of your wife... The defendant’s chair is electrified. The electricity is controlled by the red button. Feel free to use it."

Luke is one of three individuals whose loved ones were victims of crimes, and the accused perpetrator was inexplicably exonerated. Now, these individuals will be given a second chance to re-litigate the crime in a private setting, under the auspices of “Justice”.

 

Star Power! Starring, written and directed by Marvin Young (a/k/a Young MC; 'Bust A Move'), with Lance Henriksen (Aliens, The Terminator), Chase Coleman ('Boardwalk Empire', 'One Life To Live'), Gail O'Grady ('NYPD Blue', 'Revenge'), Lochlyn Munro (White Chicks, Scary Movie), and Denyce Lawton ('House Of Payne').

 

DVD Special Features will include behind-the-scenes footage and cast interviews.

  • Ned, the bullied outsider, and Conor, the new boy and star athlete, are forced to room together at their boarding school. The boys take an instant dislike to each other, and seem destined to remain enemies until an English teacher, Mr. Sherry, begins to drill into them the value of finding one's own voice. This lesson, however, isn't appreciated by everyone, particularly rugby coach Pascal, who has his own agenda and harbors some deep suspicions about the boys' teacher.

 

DVD Special Features will include behind-the-scenes footage and director's commentary.

Claire is sure of herself, her work and family, until - like a bad dream - her husband disappears, leaving a trail of puzzling secrets that shatter her certainty.

Miller, a southern drifter, secludes himself in an abandoned 100-year-old slaughterhouse where he lives with visions of Gale, his dead lover. When Gale's daughter shows up to dig up the past, they reassemble the shards of Miller's shattered memory and are horrified at what they uncover.

DVD BONUS FEATURES:

NY Festival Premiere - Q&A with cast and crew; Director Commentary; Two short films by Kevin Stocklin

Jonathan (Tuc Watkins) -- a handsome businessman -- flies into San Francisco and hires a young hustler (Devon Graye) to accompany him a road trip to the Grand Canyon, with a catch: he must role-play as someone named "Brandon." On the road, "Brandon" comes to realize he's playing a vital role in the recreation of Jonathan's lovelorn past.  As the hustler digs for clues, Jonathan insists that he stick to the role he was hired for. Eager to leave his own past behind and feeling a strange connection with his unique client, he sheds his own identity and plays the part.  An amorous game of obsession and manipulation commences, as these two broken souls get closer to their destination.

PACKED WITH DVD EXTRAS!

Director and Crew Commentary; Making Retake - Behind the Scenes; Post Screening Q&A's from Out on Film Atlanta and Newfest NYC; Tuch Watkins Interview; Director Short Film - Passenger.

REVIEW

"Beautifully acted and directed with great sensitivity." --Huffington Post

"Forsakes the usual entirely to carve out it's own path." --Edge Media Network

"Carving out some distinctive new territory in the well-trod world of queer cinema." --Hollywood Reporter

Matias and Jeronimo have known each other since childhood. During the holiday before they begin high school, their friendship takes a new turn when they both experience their sexual awakening. However, Matias's father forces them apart when he takes a new job far away. Distance and family contempt for homosexuality leads Matias to deny his friend, and ultimately, himself. More than ten years later, Matias returns to his old town for Carnival with his girlfriend, where he unexpectedly runs into Jeronimo. Feelings between the two men slowly reappear, leading to a long-repressed awakening. But at what cost?

DVD SPECIAL FEATURES: Interview with the director and cast, and a stills gallery

When August suggests a suicide pact to his lover Beto, the skater soul mates emerge to defiantly ride through one final Los Angeles day punctuated by moments of lyricism, chaos, and contention. How far can love take you? To the very end? On their final night, August and Beto will discover an unpredictable environment and a unique cast of characters as they skate toward a certain end. As dawn rises on their final morning, the only question remaining will be... who ends it first?

DVD SPECIAL FEATURES

Alternate & Deleted Scenes, Audition Clips, and the qFlix Q&A with Henry Alberto & Jesse Pimentel.

REVIEW

"Paying homage to the satirical doomsday romance genre, Hara Kiri grippingly explores the dark extremities of love and the innate sense of belonging." --The New Current

When Dean, a graphic designer in Los Angeles, notices a sudden change in his vision, an ex-love from 15 years earlier contacts him unexpectedly in hopes of rekindling their relationship. When the two meet at a vacation house in the desert near Joshua Tree, secrets are revealed and passions rekindled that threaten to upend both of their lives. Forty-eight hours later, neither will ever be the same.

Please Note - this is the special Extended Director's Cut that was not shown at festivals.

DVD SPECIAL FEATURES: Deleted Scene, Blooper Reel, Film Festival Q&A

 

REVIEW:

"So well-written and acted you will feel like you're eavesdropping." - Variety

In this gently absurdist comedy, Gonzalo Tamayo finds himself navigating the baffling bureaucracy of the Catholic Church when he attempts to formally renounce his faith. Tomayo soon discovers that leaving the church is much easier said than done. This coming-of-age satire is told with a gentle nod to the Cohen Brothers' sensibility. The Apostate touches meaningfully on the crisis within the Catholic Church; a crisis that centers on the conflict between tradition and modernity.

DELUXE DVD EDITION: Includes two full length features by Director Federico Veirjo - Acne and A Useful Life (both Spanish with English Subtitles)

 

REVIEW:

"Excellent" - The Hollywood Reporter

Summer in Berlin. Jonas is planning a trip through the little known area of the Uckermark in preparation for a photography project. He invites his best friend, Phillip, to come along. They haven't met since the time they spent together in London. So they pack up their Mercedes camper and take off across uncharted territory, stopping whenever they see something they like, taking pictures and generally enjoying a laid-back road trip. The fact that Phillip is gay has never been an issue for either of them. When they pick up a hitchhiker named Boris, however, who shows Jonas some interesting spots and starts to make moves on Phillip, the friendship of the two starts to fray. Maybe three's a crowd after all? By the end of the summer, things between Jonas and Phillip won't ever be the same again.

Twenty-two year old Tory Coro (Chelsea Durkalec) is found dead in Fight Valley, an unofficial neighborhood where fighters go to earn money. Her sister Windsor (Susie Celek) moves to town to begin her own investigation and train with Jabs (Former Bantam weight Champion Miesha Tate). Jabs teaches Windsor how to survive in the Valley as they prepare to come face to face with Tory s killer.

DELUXE EDITION PACKED WITH DVD EXTRAS:

Preproduction Choreography; Final Fight Scene choreography; Philly Diner Meet & Greet; NYC Premiere with Q&A; Drone Footage; Deleted Scenes

REVIEWS

Fight Valley has all the makings of a cult classic --Fanboy Nation

Take that, Rhonda Rousey --New York Times

Realistic and Adrenaline Inducing --Sportsology

Joe, Delia, Rodrigo and Herbert are very close friends in their mid 30's. Delia and Rodrigo are married. Joe is Delia's ex-boyfriend but he turned out to be gay. Herbert, who is also gay, is starting a relationship with a much younger guy. In a boozy night, while Rodrigo is out of town, Joe and Delia sleep together and she gets pregnant. She wants to keep the baby since Rodrigo recently has found out he is sterile. Rodrigo feels betrayed by his wife and his closest friend, he cannot stand the situation and leaves her. In the meantime, Joe is in a weird and secret online relationship with Tom. They have not met in person yet... and they never will.

DVD BONUS FEATURES: Deleted Scenes and World Premiere Footage from qFLIX Philadelphia

Sometimes the path to redemption is paved in sin. James, 18, has been released from juvenile detention after serving time for his involvement in the suspected drowning of a young boy in a river years earlier. Ravaged with uncertainty, dealing with an estranged family and forced to face the dead boy s mother, James is set upon a journey of self discovery, shocking revelations and danger as questions surrounding the boy s death brim to the surface. Old friendships are questioned, family ties are tested and lives are put on the line as James must find his path to the truth. It s a path that will lead him Downriver... TONS OF DVD EXTRAS: Director Commentary; Neon Skin (short film) The Wilding (short film) Deleted Scenes; Interviews with Cast and Crew and MIFO-Miami Screening Photo Gallery.
REVIEW
"...visually arresting." --Hollywood Reporter

"...a tense, visceral mystery." --RogerEbert.com

"...a visually stunning piece, with superb performances and an utterly gripping story." --The Conversation

From the acclaimed Director of Pulsion, The Kiss and the Sex Stories Trilogy comes a new film destined to become an erotic classic. An Endless Night tells the story of Lucie, a girl who wakes up at a hotel room naked, and alone. She had spent the night drinking with friends, but her memory is playing a dangerous game she simply can t seem to remember how the night ended. Who took her to that hotel? And, more important, what happened there? She asks a friend for help and together they attempt to assemble the puzzle only to find out that the truth turns out to be a lot more intricate than they would have ever thought. Ovidie is back, and proves once again that she is the master of female French erotica. No one does it better.

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