November 20, 2005

Movie Review: The Hunted


Director: John Bruno.
Cast: Josh Weston, Brad Rock, Jason Ridge, Troy Punk, Marco Paris, Robert Van Damme, Marcos David, Rob Ramos, Parker Williams, Trey Casteel.

A game of laser tag turns seriously sexy in Mustang’s The Hunted. Director John Bruno assembles an attractive cast for this cat-and-mouse game in which the target has to do whatever his shooter wants (sexually, that is) after being struck by his laser. The hunky group gathers, and Brad Rock instructs them as to how the game works. Then they set out in a dimly lit, mysterious space to tag one another. First up, a scruffy Jason Ridge meets superhot Parker Williams, who must submit after getting hit. This means that Ridge commands lots of passionate kissing, cocksucking and, of course, the eating of Williams’ hairy hole. Uncut cutie Marcos David soon joins the fun, leading to an athletic threeway fuck. Williams pops on Ridge’s shaved head and proceeds to hungrily lap up his own load. Strikingly lit and staged, this scene is an early highlight. Next, leader Brad Rock takes on Falcon exclusive Josh Weston with his huge, veiny cock. After making Weston beg for his “kibbles and bits,” the very verbal Rock pounds the superstar bottom until he screams. But that’s not all. Rock then rams Weston with a massive dildo before both models explode all over each other. Although Rock thinks the game is over for him, he gets tagged on his way out by hairy Troy Punk and is forced into a threeway with Punk and Marco Paris (who seems a bit out of his league in this company). Punk calls the shots as Paris sucks off Rock, taking his heavy balls in his mouth. These three studs proceed to suck and fuck in every position. This is another high-energy sequence, culminating in Punk getting Rock’s jizz all over his face. Nice! In the fourth and final scene, cover model Robert Van Damme and lanky Rob Ramos beat Marcos David (from scene one) and Trey Casteel at this horny game. Again, mutual oral and anal (with David doing top honors on Ramos and Casteel) ensue, and Ramos is the lucky taker of the loads. A manly cast, inspired action, excellent videography, editing and picture quality make The Hunted top-notch material. The opening credits are also beautifully designed and strike the perfect note for this dark and dangerous dance. Hunt this one down! (Mustang)

Reprinted from
GAYVN magazine (2005)

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