The Best of Gay Britain Boyfriends / Like It Is / The Wolves of Kromer 2004 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
THE BEST OF GAY BRITAIN
Contains 3 DVDs: Boyfriends, Like It Is, and The Wolves of Kromer
LIKE IT IS
A Film by Paul Oremland
This witty, fast paced British drama is studded with great performances, including that of The Who’s Roger Daltry. A refreshingly enjoyable and upbeat look at gay life, Like It Is takes us into the world of gay nightclubs and the music industry of London. A young ultra-cool record producer has an encounter with a country lad who makes his money through illegal bare fisted boxing, changing both their lives as they try to negotiate their relationship through the pretense of London’s cutting edge nightlife.
“Probably the best adult gay love story ever made!”—Bay Area Reporter
“Gritty, unflinching and sexy!” Seattle Gay Times
A Film by Neil Hunter and Tom Hunsinger
A [**] Big Chill; a British counterpart to Love! Valor! Compassion! and critically acclaimed theatrical and video hit, this is a “witty, wise, romantic comedy” (La Times) with a freewheeling sexual attitude and comedic sensitivity. Six men staying together in a cottage on the beach—three couples at varying stages of their relationships—find themselves in various situations that define modern gay relationships.
“Required viewing for anyone gay or straight concerned with love relationships.” -SF Bay Guardian
THE WOLVES OF KROMER
A Film by Will Gould
The Wolves of Kromer tells the story of a small village in the English countryside where two handsome young wolves—outcasts considered dangerous to their society—meet and fall in love. Narrated by British pop icon Boy George, Wolves is a tale of young male love fighting the hypocrisy of older generations, combined with an old fashioned Agatha Christie murder mystery.
“Exceptionally handsome young men. Very easy on the eyes!” Time Out New York