DVD: “Hawaii,” “Boys Behind Bars,” “Cal,” & More!


Gay international indie realness rules this week in home entertainment.

U.K. filmmaker Christian Martin brings us Cal, a sequel to his 2009 drama, Shank, while Argentina’s Marco Berger serves up a sexually tense character study, Hawaii.

Finally, Boys Behind Bars (above) serves up your quotient of homo-trash!


($24.99 DVD; Canteen Outlaws)

Bristol, England is the setting for this sequel to 2009’s Shank, which finds 20-year-old protagonist Cal returning from France to deal with his ailing, homophobic mother and confront new troubles in the form of a shady pimp.


($24.99 DVD; Canteen Outlaws)

Childhood friends turned scruffy, Looking central casting adults, Martin and Eugenio, reunite at a country home. There, they frolic, don’t wear a lot of clothes, and grapple with percolating queer desire.


Boys Behind Bars

($19.99 DVD: MVD)

Doesn’t the title say it all? A seasoned prison bitch finds himself in a cell with three troublemakers and a newbie. Shake and stir!




51yccB7AJbLGame of Thrones: The Complete Third Season


Nurse Jackie: Season Five


Fantastic Mister Fox (Criterion)


Afternoon Delight







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  • danonce

    Hawaii film is beautiful and sweet. U guys should watch it.

  • LAman

    @danonce: How did you watch it?

  • charwegl

    I hope Cal is better than its prequel, bc Shank was really, really bad. I’m going to watch it for the hotmess factor. Shank’s story was actually a really good one. The execution however was most certainly not.

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