This funny, heart-warming romantic drama charmed critics nationwide with its truly original tale of a thirty-something gay guy, Henry Hart, who returns to his childhood Montana home to confront his unrequited passion for his high school best friend. Favorite stars include: Arye Gross (Castle), Tim DeKay (White Collar), Academy Award winner Louise Fletcher (One Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest), and Eric Schweig (The Last of the Mohicans). Newly remastered for Blu-Ray with featurette "Remembering Big Eden" - with all new interviews with Director Tom Bezucha and Actors Arye Gross, Eric Schweig, Tim DeKay and Louise Fletcher.
Two young men are haunted by similar events from their past, though the effects manifest themselves in very different ways, in this powerful drama from independent filmmaker Gregg Araki. In the summer of 1981, Brian (George Webster) and Neil (Chase Ellison) are both eight years old and playing on the same little league baseball team in a small Kansas town. One day, after a game, Brian blacks out after getting caught in a rainstorm, and five hours later he finds himself sitting in his basement with his nose bleeding and no memory of what happened to him. Over the years, the event -- particularly the missing five hours -- weigh heavily on his mind, and he becomes convinced that he was kidnapped by space aliens. Teenaged Brian (now played by Brady Corbet) becomes friends with Avalyn Friesen (Mary Lynn Rajskub), a woman who claims to have been abducted by aliens on several occasions, and she urges him to look to his dreams for patterns that might suggest what happened to him. Meanwhile, during the same summer, Neil developed a powerful crush on their little league coach (Bill Sage), who appeared to have also taken a shine to Neil. Neil's mother (Elisabeth Shue), seeing nothing wrong with their friendship, lets the coach look after Neil while she's off on one of her many dates, and before long Neil begins sexually experimenting with the older man. Neil's introduction to sex inspires him to become a hustler when he grows into his teens, and after burning his bridges in his hometown...
Director Gregg Araki's MYSTERIOUS SKIN, adapted from Scott Heim's acclaimed novel, is an intensely powerful chronicle of childhood innocence lost. The film features starmaking turns from Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Don Jon, Inception) and Brady Corbet (Simon Killer, Martha Marcy May Marlene) alongside outstanding performance from co-stars Michelle Trachtenberg (Eurotrip, Ice Princess), Mary Lynn Rajskub (TV's 24) and Academy Award nominee Elizabeth Shue (Leaving Las Vegas). At the age of eight, Kansas youngsters Neil and Brian played on the same little league baseball team. Now, ten years later, the two boys couldn't be more different. Neil is a charismatic but emotionally aloof male hustler while Brian is a nervous introvert obsessed with the idea that he has been abducted by a UFO. When the boys parallel lives inevitably intersect, the pair unearth dark, repressed secrets on a harrowing and unforgettable journey of self discovery. New Bonus Features:5.1 DTS-HD Soundtrack2.0 PCM Soundtrack Isolated Score & Effects Track (DTS-HD)Conversation between Joseph Gordon-Levitt & Brady Corbet at Sundance 2014 (HD)Director Introduction (HD)Novelist Scott Heim Reflects 10 Years Later (HD)Script/Sketches GalleryPhoto Gallery Featuring Never Before Seen PhotosFeatures from the Original DVD:Commentary Track with Gregg Araki, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Brady CorbetDeleted Scenes (SD)Book Reading (SD)Audition Tape (SD)International Trailer (SD)
Myles and Brody are two best friends who are total opposites. Myles is a hopeless romantic looking for Mr. Right. Brody is a sexy cop on the hunt for Mr. Right now. These two friends make a plan that they'll be together in a decade if they are both still single. Nearly ten years later and still alone, both friends will do whatever it takes to avoid becoming a couple. Special Features: Audio commentary with director and star (Jack Turner) Behind the scenes featurette Cast interviews Director interview Auditions and chemistry reads Music video Trailer
This wonderfully innovative and exceptionally sexy drama has an infectious energy and a completely unique aesthetic as it tells a classic story of lust becoming love and then some. Tanner Cohen (Were The World Mine) returns to the big screen as a college boy named Doc who cruises a gay go-go boy named Go (Matthew Camp) with the pretense of making a documentary about him.