CYPHER AVENUE > Film

By Nick Delmacy | Jan 25 2017 | 19 Comments

With the success of Barry Jenkins’ “Moonlight,” we should expect to see more feature films about gay men cropping up by the dozens in 2017 and beyond, British filmmaker Ben A. Williams has already stepped up to the plate with “The Pass.”

By Nick Delmacy | Posted Dec 10 2016 | 28 Comments

Gay for Pay. I’ve never really understood the concept. Why would Gay men want to watch Straight men pretend to have Gay sex when most times it looks...

By OckyDub | Posted Nov 14 2016 | 4 Comments

From the director who created the infamous short film SLOW, Darius Clark Monroe has a new short titled DIRT. Staring Segun Akande; this is beautifully...

By Nick Delmacy | Posted Oct 21 2016 | 75 Comments

Brehs, we present to you a new episode of the CYPHER AVENUE PODCAST where you’ll hear us give updates, engage in heated topic debates, interviewing...

By OckyDub | Posted Oct 5 2016 | 16 Comments

Starring Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford, Caleb Landry Jones and Catherine Keener; this suspense thriller is written and directed by...

By OckyDub | Posted Oct 5 2016 | 9 Comments

I almost feel like there is nothing left to say about Marvel’s Luke Cage on Netflix that already hasn’t already been said. There have been some very...

By OckyDub | Posted Oct 2 2016 | 6 Comments

I personally have never been a Tim Burton fan but that doesn’t mean I don’t think he is a great film maker or director. Years ago during Beetle Juice...

By Nick Delmacy | Posted Aug 11 2016 | 15 Comments

Critically acclaimed director Barry Jenkins (Medicine for Melancholy) teases us with his new coming-of-age LGBT film “Moonlight,” releasing...

By OckyDub | Posted Mar 22 2016 | 5 Comments

The trailer for Disney’s CG heavy The Jungle Book remake has been out for a little while now but finally we get to see the animals paired up with their...

By OckyDub | Posted Mar 17 2016 | 3 Comments

The story here is pretty simple which isn’t what makes this short good. What makes it good is its masterful way of using darkness and shadow to immerse...

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