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DVD: “Spy,” “Fulboy,” “Lyle,” “Dishonored Bodies,” & More!

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Kick back with a whole mash-up of genres and queer twists on genres this week in home entertainment.

We have Argentinean football drama Fulboy (above), Melissa McCarthy comedy Spy, slow burn horror indie Lyle and Spanish gay short compilation Dishonored Bodies.

Scroll down for the trailers and details!

 

Spy

($26.99 Blu-ray, $19.99 DVD; Fox)

Melissa McCarthy and her Bridesmaids director Paul Feig re-team for this comedy about a C.I.A. desk jockey thrown into field work when an agent is killed. Funny stuff and of course espionage action, with supporting turns from Allison Janney, Jude Law, Jason Statham, and Rose Byrne as the villain. Extras include featurettes deleted scenes and alternate scenes.

 

Fulboy

($24.99 DVD; TLA)

Argentinean Martin, who always nursed dreams of being a pro soccer player, is allowed to intrude that world thanks to his brother Tomas. Armed with a camera, Martin truly gets the inside scoop on this homoerotic world — and hot naked bodies.

https://youtu.be/rz17Ok8frK4
Lyle

($24.99 DVD; Breaking Glass Pictures)

A pregnant stay-at-home lesbian mom, Leah (Gaby Hoffman), moves into a new place in Brooklyn with her wife and their toddler daughter. Soon enough Leah feels that something isn’t right in this new place, and things get a bit Rosemary’s Baby

 

Dishonored Bodies

($24.99 DVD; TLA)

This compilation of nine gay short films by Spanish director Juanmo Carrillo runs the gamut from a romance between neighbors (Scaffolding) to the titular experimental and erotic piece. There’s something for everyone (except perhaps Kim Davis)!

 

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