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Code Red 

Release date: 4/22/2006
Reviewed on: 5/27/2006 by joe-shaver

Starring: Franco Gregorio, Ivan Belkov, Jirka Mikhel, Viktor Oleg, Denis Reed, Michal Restam, Vlad Smeshnoi, Tobias Vares, Rony Zaliv
Studio: TitanMen

Directed by: Phil St. John
Review brief: CODE RED scored mighty high on the Peter Meter. The boys are as beautiful as many of those from Bel Ami, the sex is hot, and the whole thing is superbly photographed by director Phil ST John and Titans nonpareil photographer Brian Mills. I suggested in an earlier review that Titan should take their own crew to Europe to film their European films. Theyve done that with this one and the results are fantastic. Code Red is the name of a place where one brings his own boyor sometimes notand for 200 koruny (less than $10) can have a place to get it on. (They could use my place for free.) The film begins with the enterprising Vlad Smeshnoi (dont let the name scare you, hes cute) handing out invitations to Code Red. The first to take Vlad up on his invite are Jirka Mikel and Michal Restam. Jirka has shaggy hair, a long nose, and an even longer dick. Michal is a brunet who looks a bit like Scott Wolf.
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Review brief: Hunky handsome Eastern Europeans with uncut cocks and uniforms. Thats enough right there to cause fever in some. But according to the plot the film takes place during the cold war where the Russkies have developed a unique biological weaponsex gas. When this gas is sprayed on enemy soldiers they are immediately infected with homosexual fever. But firstwe are toldthey needed to test the weapon and chose Czech troops. The film is the results of those tests. Two stunning blond soldiersMatt Gutar and Honza Bavanare walking through the woods. As they stop for lunch they are inundated with the gas. They immediately start kissing, strip, and suck dick. Eric Flowerthe soldier who sprayed themgets so turned on he begins to remove some of his protective gear to get to his stiffening dick. Matt, who has a body a sculptor would die for, fucks Honza. We dont see the initial entry but its still a fine fuck, that soon causes Eric to strip completely out of his protective gear and join them. He shoves his cock in Honzas mouth as Honzas other end is presently occupied.
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Taggers 

Release date: 11/4/2003
Reviewed on: 5/17/2004 by joe-shaver

Starring: Bobby Golden, Cameron Sage, Court Logan, Tim Tyler, Cameron Fox, Gura, Anthony Holloway, Bobby Brennan, Jason Sizemore
Studio: Pacific Sun

Directed by: Phil St. John
Review brief: The stills looked really good for this one and the cast that was assembled was huge and remarkable, so why is this film such a letdown? Well, its for several reasons. One, the editing is frantic and choppy. Two, the sex is mundane to say the least. Three, the whole thing is hokey as hell. Four, its downright boring. Bobby Brennan, who makes his debut here, is a very adorable blond twinkie. Hes a piss-poor cocksucker, but its sweet to him try. Hes also a courageous little bottom, though he doesnt seem too ecstatic about it. Lets just chalk both up to inexperience. I like him nonetheless. Now, Bobby, who plays a character named Marker, (everyone in this film is graffiti mad) has a crush on his fellow worker, Vandal. Gura, a hairy young Latino with attitude, plays this role. Vandal is also the head of the gang Taggers that Marker wants to join. The first sex scene is a dream that Marker has about his co-worker. In it Marker is seated naked on a toilet peering though a glory hole at his idol being worshiped by two young acolytes: Jason Sizemore and Lexx Parker.
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South Beach Heat 

Release date: 8/11/2000
Reviewed on: 6/6/2003 by hornydiablo

Starring: Paul Morgan, Alex Powers, Dax Kelly, J.T. Sloan, Dino Dimarco, Tony Cummings, Anthony DeMarco
Studio: IMD

Directed by: Phil St. John
Review brief: Lots of pairings between latin boys, white boys, and latino-ish white boys make this freakish video excellent jerk off material beyond it's shock value. Here's an overview of the freaky shit you'll see: a bareback sex scene, masturbation with a real gun, oversized dildo action, underwater cumshots, a gangbang, and voodoo scene in which a Cuban shaman gives it to a white guy on top of a "dead" body. Oh, you'll also see a bunch of queens rollerblading past the gates of the actual Versace mansion. Why? Because this video is loosely based on the final days of queer serial killer Andrew Cunanan. Why!?! 'Cause you need a bit of change in your steady diet of "seducing the straight devilery guy/police officer/auto mechanic movies", that's why! The video is a series of vignettes strung together by the appearance of "Andy" played by the brooding and thickly muscled Tony Reno. The formula is basically this: Sullen (but hot looking) Andy encounters a group of guys. They all want him, but he stalks off leaving them to do the hot-and-nasty without him.
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South Beach Heat 

Release date: 8/11/2000
Reviewed on: 11/12/2000 by ken

Starring: Paul Morgan, Alex Powers, Dax Kelly, J.T. Sloan, Dino Dimarco, Tony Cummings, Anthony DeMarco
Studio: IMD

Directed by: Phil St. John
Review brief: South Beach Heat Directed by Philip St. John Cast: Paul Morgan, J.T. Sloan, Dino Dimarco, Tony Cummings, Alex Powers, Dax Kelly, Hunter Ash, Antonio De Marco, Tony Reno, Michael Rivera, Scott York, Tony Brandon and Michael Chads. This is another release by Philip St John whose Skateboard Sliders got some rave reviews. One trouble about Tribal Pulse releases is that their DVD image quality is very disappointing to a lot fans who have every reason to complain about it. Transferring analogue VHS signals to DVD digital format is a daunting task that requires huge investment in both hardware and software, plus the computer professionals with fine skills of encoding and authorizing. Its a serious professional job that are now being contracted and done by not so qualified workshops as we all witnessed from a couple of studios such as Sunshine, Centaur Films and Tribal Pulse. This movie is not a match to the hip hop skateboarder.
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