Jenni Olson

David DeCoteau: VIP Q Movie Pick

Filed By Jenni Olson | April 14, 2012 10:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment, Gay Icons and History
Tags: David DeCoteau, John Greyson, LGBT Movies, Lilies, VIP Q Movie Pick

DavidDeCoteau2.jpgProlific homoerotic horror director David DeCoteau shared this vivid mid '90s memory in response to our fave LGBT movie inquiry:

One of my favorite gay films is John Greyson's masterpiece Lilies (1996). I saw the film at the Berlin Gay and Lesbian Film Fest. I was lucky enough to have two of my films play at the fest. Leather Jacket Love Story (1997) and Skeletons (1997) starring Christopher Plummer. I had just gotten off the plane and was suffering from jet lag. The film started at midnight and I made it to the theatre just in time. I was simply blown away by this incredible film. The film is a breathtaking, emotionally powerful love story. Lots of tears. The combination of the surreal nature of the film, the jet lag and sleep deprivation made the experience as close to a fever dream as I could imagine. The cinema was packed but was dead silent during the screening. You could hear a pin drop. I'll never forget that night.

David's many films also include the beefcake chiller, Beastly Boyz and the popular 1313 homoerotic horror series which includes such productions as: 1313: Haunted Frat ("A bunch of tasty hunks running around in their tightie whities." --BigDaddyHorrorReviews.com), 1313: Hercules Unbound and 1313: Frankenqueen.

Trailer for 1313: Haunted Frat after the break


(Cross-posted on the official Wolfe Video blog: QMovieBlog.com)


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