Director: Thor Stephans
Cast: Derek Cameron, Jason McCain, Gregg Rockwell, Jon Ashe, Paul Johnson, Ben Archer, Sal Correlli, Robert Harvey
Story: Derek Cameron plays a man haunted by sexual blackouts and a strange man dressed in leather. The story is laid on pretty thick, but is fairly interesting the first time though.
What I Liked:
The highlight of the whole movie for me was easily the second scene, with Jon Ashe and Paul Johnson. Not only was it incredibly hot, but ingeniously directed. These two studs make out in the lobby of a dentist office that has these huge 10 foot windows looking right out onto main street. While Paul gets the fucking of a lifetime, you can see people walking by outside looking in. It's pretty surreal. Both these guys are gorgeous, but I have a soft spot (or should I say a hard spot?) for Paul... what a hunk! This is probably one of my favorite scenes of the year.
Derek's random encounter with Ben Archer was a pleasant surprise. I have a thing for older guys, and Ben is exactly the hunky daddy type I go for. Sure, the sex wasn't as hot as I would have liked, but it's still good to see guys like Ben in the game.
What I didnít Like:
My biggest beef with Sex Psycho is Jason McCain. I don't have anything against him personally... for a straight guy he does a pretty good job. But the sad fact is, you cannot put a scrawny guy with no muscle tone into a leather outfit. It just looks goofy. To make matters worse, Jason wears this outfit during both of his scenes. This pretty much killed any chances of me enjoying either one of them. Seriously, whoever gave that outfit the green-light for Jason should have to permanently give up their homo-card, because they are obviously straight (and slightly on the clueless side).
The Robert Harvey/Gregg Rockwell scene was pretty much a throw-away. There wasn't really any heat here at all, and Robert seemed to have some wood problems.
The video looks very good, but there are some annoying black and white shots thrown in for no good reason. The audio is mostly dramatic violin/keyboard stuff, which is not always completely appropriate.
There's a fairly long behind the scenes feature, a photo gallery, and a preview for The Bombadier (which looks like a really good movie).
It isn't easy to add a real story into porn, so I'll give Thor credit for trying. In the end, I wish he would have spent more trying to coax some better performances out of his actors. With the exception of scene 2, the sex is all pretty pedestrian. It's a shame too, because you can tell a lot of work went into the story part of this film.
Running Time: 128 minutes
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