Cassandro, a biopic about gay luchador Saúl Armendáriz (played by Gael García Bernal). In honor of the colorful Armendáriz, this weekend’s streaming picks are all Spanish-language films, ranging from sweet coming-of-age dramedies to arthouse body horror. Read on for queer Spanish-language films to stream this weekend.This 2012 film by Xavier Villaverde, shot in beautiful Barcelona, tells the story of Bruno (Llorenç González), a young man saved from a mugging by the smoldering street dancer Rai (Álvaro Cervantes).
While Bruno is in love with his girlfriend, Carla (Àstrid Bergès-Frisbey), he is drawn to the extremely sexy Rai, as well. What transpires is an interesting and refreshingly positive take on bisexuality and sexual fluidity, with VERY hot love scenes.Now streaming on AMC, Tubi, Kanopy and DirecTV.Look, we’re not here to shame anyone for their kinks, but maybe think twice before hooking up with a tentacled alien you found in an old cabin in the woods, okay?
This wild 2016 erotic body horror film by Amat Escalante tells the story of Alejandra (Ruth Ramos), a frustrated housewife whose nasty, homophobic husband, Angel (Jesús Meza), is having an affair with her brother Fabían (Eden Villavicencio).
After the sweet Fabían treats a sensitive young woman, Verónica (Simone Bucio), for a strange wound, she introduces him to a tentacled creature in a cabin that gives him intense sexual pleasure.