DVD: “The Wolverine,” “The Falls: Testament Of Love,” “Mr Angel” & More!


Girl, let’s add Blu(ray) Tuesday to the list of annual holiday buy-a-thons, since this week is just bustin’ with LGBT home video offerings.

Hugh Jackman’s X-Man visits Japan in his latest solo spin-off, The Wolverine, while a groundbreaking XXX-Man, Buck Angel, is subject of documentary Mr. Angel.

We have a gay sequel, The Falls: Testament of Love, a gay rom-com, The Perfect Wedding, a gay Catskills-set drama, Leather, and shirtless hottie-filled romance, Offshore.



The Wolverine

($49.99 3D Blu-ray, $39.99 Blu-ray, $29.98 DVD; 20th Century Fox)

The self-healing, claws-popping X-mutant returns in this solo adventure set in Japan. Cool action pieces, ninjas, revelations, cameos from other X-members and of course Jackman’s awesome turn make this one a great night home. Extras include an extended 2D version of the movie with more violence and relationship development, a commentary, behind the scenes featurette, alternate ending and set tour of the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past.


The Falls: Testament of Love

($24.99 DVD; Breaking Glass Pictures)

In this sequel to 2012’s The Falls, gay Mormons RJ and Chris — who were lovers during their mission and haven’t spoken during the years since then — are again reunited. Extras include interviews with director Jon Garcia and cast and a film festival Q&A.


Mr. Angel

($24.99 DVD; Breaking Glass Pictures)

The eventful journey of female-to-male transsexual (and award-winning) porn star Buck Angel is chronicled in director Dan Hunt’s superb, enlightening and honest documentary. Extras include reflections from Buck’s family and colleagues.


The Perfect Wedding

($24.99 DVD; Wolfe Video)

After his drinking problem destroyed his relationship, the 18-months-sober Paul bristles at the idea of seeing his ex, Roy, again. Same goes for Roy, who brings along a friend, Gavin, pretending to be boyfriends, when he does meet Paul via a family affair. So goes the meet cute and rub: Gavin and Paul have the hots for each other. Awkward! Serious issues like substance abuse are tossed into this gay rom-com. Extras include behind-the-scenes and cast interviews, a “Welcome to Florida” featurette and more.



($24.99 DVD; Breaking Glass Pictures)

When his father passes away, New York twentysomething Andrew brings his boyfriend, Kyle, to the woodsy Catskills Mountain cabin where he was raised. To his surprise, childhood friend Birch has taken up residence there, living a technology-free life… Director Patrick McGuinn has crafted a hipster-homo drama with ’70s-inspired stylings. Extras include a making of featurette, outtakes and cast screen tests.



($24.99 DVD; Maasmond II Productions)

In this German import, a young gay lad finds crushes and more amongst the surfing hotties of the Canary Islands.




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Nashville (Criterion)


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