Joe Gage’s trademark topic—str8 guys availing themselves of situational homosex—gets a workout in Armed Forces Physical. I wouldn’t slide out of my seat over this one, but it’s got a memorable scene and a half, nearly two.
Naked Sword director mr. Pam runs a jubilating set (the only thing that seems lacking in her Behind the Scenes bonuses are party hats) and I think that spirit shows in her two recent features, Undiscovered and Frat House Cream.
One promise from the Guys Like Us line of movies by director Andrew Rosen was that the sex would start at the top of the scene. And it does. A second promise is sort of concomitant- there would be no plots, and there haven’t been.
Guys Like Us is the blandly generic brand name for the new line within Raging Stallion/Falcon, with movies directed by Andrew Rosen. The line’s promise is that there’ll be no build up to the sex. It’s right there at the start. And sometimes, there’s no build up during the sex.
I don’t know what brought director Joe Gage back into the Titan fold after a long absence, but the result is fine—much better than several undercooked efforts Gage has recently made for Dragon Media. His new Titan title is One Thing Leads to Another, and it leads off with a steamy scene that simmers like a Gage classic.
Every year after the Folsom Street Fair is over, I always think, “Things are going to be quiet until after New Year’s,” and every year I’m always proven wrong and I end up thinking “Damn, there sure is a lot going on.”
The rejuvenation of mid-Market is being given a boost by American Conservatory Theatre, which is going to make that tired old broad, the Strand Theatre, into a grand dame by restoring it to a legit theatre. That’s a full circle for the Strand, which had started legit in 1917, but had been a grind house for years when I arrived on the scene in 1967.
Kristen Bjorn hasn’t been as prolific a sexographer these days as he was in the 1990s. He made some 26 or more movies then, followed up by half that, 13, in the Aughts. He produced two new movies in 2012, but during the past two years he’s been finding his earlier work ripe for the plucking.
On September 20, the ILSb/ICBB organization announced that they had made sweeping changes to their rules and regulations. Chief among the changes was the decision to only accept bio-born (cis-gendered) gay male contestants for the Sir and boy titles. In other words, transgender males would not be allowed to compete. As expected, reaction was swift – and vile.
Wet and Wide and Heavy Duty are the latest fetish fests from the TitanRough. Although Titan Exclusive Aymeric DeVille is top-billed and seen to startling advantage in both, he’s upstaged by the scorcher sexo debut of Thor Larson, who also has a scene in each one. Until further notice, Thor’s King of My Cock, Ruler of My Heart, and Asshole Assoluta.