Edgar Allan Poe's The Pit And The Pendulum
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The film begins with a flashback to a hypnotist, Professor Dimitri Divay (Jason Stuart), experimenting on two children to find a way to remove sensations, like pain and fatigue, in order to achieve life goals.
Thirty years later, an SUV filled with young adults drives up to Highgate Mansion in response to an ad placed by J.B. Divay (Lorielle New), the professor's daughter. The five young men and two young women want help in pursuing various athletic pursuits; J.B. says she can use hypnosis to remove the barriers safely. The young adults unpack and settle in.
There are scenes of (un)dressing, exercising, and sunning by J.B.'s new clients, interspersed with lectures and sales pitches from J.B. Two of the men and the two women develop relationships.
Still, rather rapidly, as individuals disappear, J.B. says they must not have been suited for the program. Groans are heard from afar. Since the SUV won't start, no one can leave the remote mansion. Cell phones are out. The client group gets more alarmed as it shrinks. Who will make it to the end?
There is nothing remarkable about the film, although the photography is good and the story is good enough. The most memorable actor is Lorielle New (J.B.), who projects a smarmy eroticism, although it goes over the top in a shirtless wrestling-match-to-the-death scene. All of the five male clients show skin. The only female who does so is J.B..Read more ›
The following morning, "Hey where's good looing buff guy? We were all looking forward to him taking off his shirt or more again!"
"He left last night, without his clothes or car."
"What? He wouldn't leave without us!".
"He couldn't cut it so he left. (Don't even suspect he's been hacked to pieces, or sacrificed to my demon barbie doll, or...). Now forget him and concentrate on what YOU'RE here for."
"Ok, but is it time for me to take my shirt off and flex?"
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Decoteau's film has about as much to do with Poe's "The Pit and the Pendulum" as a Decoteau film has to do with "straight" characters. Read morePublished 8 months ago by LMG
decoteau films are an acquired taste, but I love them. and this one did not disappoint.Published 9 months ago by Thomas V.Castro
this is just soft porn and not worth time or money save your time and money put it else where this movie gives gay drama etc bad namePublished 23 months ago by ghosthunter phoenix az
Save your money. Save your time. Save your sanity. The same goes for the House of Usher. The movie was the pits.Published on December 27, 2013 by mido
As a gay remake it's not bad. The story isn't bad and the men are sexy. It's just a little light on gore.Published on October 31, 2013 by Professor125
Great homoerotic updated twist on EAP'S classic that once starred VP. I wonder what he would say? I found the plot great, actingw onderful, and the eye candy...mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.Published on September 17, 2013 by Steve Simon
I only got this because I know Lorielle New and visit her live chat at times but had to fast forward thru the gay soft porn which I did not likePublished on November 10, 2012 by Cosmic Joe