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Mistaken for a terrorist Danny is captured by a group led by a performer know only as “Violator”. He is bustled into a van and taken to a secret military headquarters where we next see him naked and tied to a chair. If you’ve read the book or seen the latest film version of Casino Royale you will know one of the punishments Violator inflicts on him.
It is then decided that the worse torture a straight man can undergo is to watch gay porn. (Their concept and certainly not mine!) So he and we watch the film’s producer Owen Hawk getting it on with Dominik Rider. It’s a straight suck and fuck that instead of torturing Danny—turns him on.
This is followed by a more interesting scene between Tony Diamond and Tim Rusty wherein Tony shoves a big dildo up Tim’s butt and they flip-flop fuck.
Things get promise to get even kookier with Demetrius and the film’s director Matthias von Fistenberg when Matthias greases up his arm preparatory to fisting Demetrius. But we cut away. (The fisting of both Demetrius and also Matthias can be seen on the Bonus disc. It is an editing error here that is an unnecessary tease.)
Owen Hawk gets back in the action to fuck cute Jason Tyler. (Hey, if I were the director I’d like to fuck the cute ones, too.)
Finally the adorable Danny Fox gets some action when he is thrown into a cell (really an elevator) with Sebastian Cruz. He sucks Cruz’ cock and gets that cock up his ass. (How everyone in the cast can resist sucking Danny’s hairless cock is beyond comprehension!)
The best things are to be found in the Bonus Disc. Here we not only get the dual fisting scene with Matthias and Demetrius but also a sling scene with Demetrius and Tony Diamond along with an Electro torture of Danny. (Devices are placed on his nipples which apparently send an electric charge through them and cause them to lengthen. I noticed he had long nipples at one point in the film. This explained why.)
The bonus items really should have been placed in the film itself which should have been properly edited. That along with some tighter and more expert direction could have made this a classic. As it is, it is only the bonus disc that really sizzles. Still Danny Fox—a performer working on a scientific doctorate in German—is worth the price of admission.