—Bangkok Love Story ( Aug. 26; $19.99 ) : Romance, crime and action come together in this highly praised gay film, in which a married police informant and the assassin sent to murder him actually start a relationship. The movie, written and directed by Poj Arnon, won the grand prize at the 2007 Brussels International Independent Film Festival.
—Batman: Gotham Knight ( already out; $24.98 ) : Coinciding with the theatrical release of The Dark Knight, Batman: Gotham Knight comprises six standalone chapters that feature art from some of Japan's greatest anime visionaries. The stories become a larger story that follows Batman through his transition from neophyte to The Dark Knight. Among the special featuers are a commentary and a sneak peek at DC Universe's Wonder Woman.
—A Four Letter Word ( pictured ) ( Aug. 19; $22.99 ) : This award-winning gay romantic comedy features Jesse Archer has social butterfly Zeke, who meets his match in macho Stephen ( played by Charlie David of TV's 'Dante's Cove' ) . Twists abound, leading to an ending viewers may not quite expect. DVD extras include cast interviews, outtakes, a behind-the-scenes featurette and a movie commentary with Archer and director Casper Andreas.
—Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs ( already out; $29.99 ) : In the show's latest epic, space itself tears open, revealing a gateway to another universe. Of course, all of the favorites—Leela, Fry, Bender and the others—are back. Among the special features are a commentary, bloopers and a sneak peek of the next Futurama movie.
—Greek: Season One ( already out; $29.99 ) : If you're expecting some Spartan take-off on the recent show 'Rome,' sorry. However, this comedy-drama is a well-crafted show about a brother and sister dealing with fraternities and sororities. This series features nuanced and refreshing characters—such as the Black gay hockey-playing frat boy whose father urges him to come out to his Omega Chi brothers. Extras include commentaries.
—Step Up 2 the Streets ( already out; $29.99 ) : You know the story: A boy and a girl from two worlds butt heads—and create sparks—when they compete in a dance-off. It's a guilty pleasure, complete with hard bodies ( male and female ) as well as spectacular dance moves. Special features include 'Thru Fresh Eyes'—a behind-the-scenes look at the film's dancers and choreographers—and five music videos, such as Missy Elliott's 'Ching-A-Ling.'
—Str8 Men and the Men Who Love Them 2 ( already out; $29.95 ) : A string of shorts connects the theme of gay and straight men intermingling, and with such titles as 'Courtship at the Office,' 'Thirteen or So Minutes...' and 'Midnight Snack,' these pieces are not G-rated.