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  • Actors:  Derek Efrain Villanueva, Dylan Vox Jacob Newton
  • Directors: David Lewis
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: TLA Releasing
  • DVD Release Date: June 25, 2011
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005GM38MO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,589 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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TRAVEL back to Texas, 1982, where the world is ruled by big hair, synth-pop and cowboy boots. Kevin (Jacob Newton) is a straight, frat-boy who enjoys bonding with his fellow schoolmates; besides, it s all about helping a buddy out, right? When he encounters Cesar (Derek Villanueva) an openly gay student, Kevin s heart starts to flutter for the young man, setting off a chain of events where sexual identity comes into question and a weekend fueled by beers will lead to multiple bed-hopping and questions about which side of the fence some of these longhorns sit on! 'Longhorns' has played in over 20 film festivals around the world and pays tribute to such Eighties comedies like 'Porky's' and 'The Last American Virgin' with a refreshingly gay twist and a big heart.

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Review

Fast, fun and sexy what more could you want from a film? --Raymond Murray

Customer Reviews

It's a cute gay love story about life in the closet in the 80's.
Amazon Customer
Was that supposed to be funny too, or was it just an extremely clumsy way to get as much full frontal (but as sterile as a nun) nudity as possible into the movie?
J. Martin
Each actor had his shot at frontal nudity, almost became predictable.
Clayton

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86 of 92 people found the following review helpful By 1981bendover on November 17, 2011
Format: DVD
Longhorns is a sexy gay comedy that is unlike most, in that it actually has far more heterosexual characters than homosexual characters. But it still can be categorized as a gay movie, since the two main characters are gay, even though one of them doesn't realize it until late in the movie. There is a sweet romance among all of the comedic moments, and there are a couple of scenes that tug at the heartstrings. Oh, and the nudity. Good God, the nudity. There are five full frontal scenes. All the male actors in the cast show their "longhorns". And Dylan Vox is hilarious in the role of Steve. Everytime he's on screen, be prepared to laugh. Longhorns isn't the best of its type to be released this year (I liked Eating Out: Drama Camp more), but it's still well worth watching if you're gay or just "curious".
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42 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 16, 2011
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longhorns was a nice movie. Was it groundbreaking cinema? No. Was it ever intended to be in the Oscar race? No. It's a cute gay love story about life in the closet in the 80's. It is short (clocking in at only 75 minutes), but that just means you don't have to worry about any slow points. in actuality i think they could have used about fifteen more minutes in the middle before Jacob Newton's character went running off to the cabin in the woods with his high school buddies, but that's just me. The acting was above average for low-budget indie. The chemistry between the characters was (mostly) believable. Derek Efrain Villanueva is wonderful, and i fell for him almost as quickly as Jacob Newton did in the movie. WELL worth the rental, and i will be buy a copy for myself as well.
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30 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Jeff B on November 25, 2011
Format: DVD
I wanted to see this movie when it recently played at the local LGBT film festival, but I missed the screening. So I went today and picked up a copy of it on DVD and am glad I did. It's a fun movie. It takes me back to my college days in the early 80's, and some of what happens in the movie, I KNOW was going on at school, and probably more so today. All the actors do a really good job, especially Dylan Vox who is hilarious. And I also like that 'everything' is shown and not edited. You can tell that it was shot on a small budget and on a tight schedule, but it's also not meant to be the next 'Brokeback Mountain'. I've certainly seen much worse filmed indie movies before. So if you're looking for a fun romp, check this one out.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gerald Parker on March 31, 2014
Format: DVD
"Longhorns" is one of the most endearingly charming and entertaining independent films featuring gay production and talent that ever I have seen. (It also is known by the alternative title, "Sexy Buffalo Boys".) The budget for the project, obviously, was limited, but no large-scale effects or artificial settings were required, so a lot of money was not needed (or probably even desirable).

Jacob Newton, as Kevin, is a real cutie, coltishly exuberant and sensuously irresistible, perfectly cast in the central role of one truly oversexed young dude, good at bedding the college women, but also, it turns out, even better in bed with the lads (as his gay instincts especially draw him into arousing them at groin level so skillfully by mouth or hand), as he repeatedly finds out to his confused chagrin. Newton's talents as well as his looks, dressed or full-frontally buck-naked, are utterly perfect for the role. As such an erotically mega-charged undergrad college boy, surprised by where his feelings and inclinations, in situations of delicious hilarity, take him, no better casting could be desired! It is very pleasing, as well, that Newton is a native Southerner (in real life hailing from Louisville, Ky.), which helps to make his spoken dialogue to sound so natural in this 2011 film's 1982 Texas setting. And Derek Efrain Villanueva, as César, is the perfect foil for Newton, a very different kind of young gay dude, one who is very confident in his homosexuality but is alike of more sleekly delicate physique, and of more innately refined sensibilities, than the taller and varyingly more robust young men in the cast who surround him.

The two protagonists, though so different, were destined for each other! And that is how things turn out, too. This little film is destined for a gay man's utter enjoyment! Although I acquired the DVD only rather recently, I have watched it several times, with ever greater delight.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tommy Dooley TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 21, 2012
Format: DVD
Another gay comedy, I know there have been so many but as May West once said `too much of a good thing can be wonderful'. This is based in the dark days of 1982 when it was still cool to be homophobic and absolutely de rigueur in some places - like school work or out in public. We are introduced to jock boy Jacob Newton who plays Kevin. He is busily proving his macho credentials by sleeping with all the cheerleaders, so we have bedroom squelch pretty early on. The thing is he is fantasising that she .... wait for it, is a he! He also has pet names for his house plants - another hugely masculine and heterosexual trait (so I am told!)

Then along comes Cesar (pronounced Sayzar - pretentious I know) played by Derek Efrain Villanueva (a bit of a mouthful that - actually that might be a simile for the film). Along with studying Willa Cather, he also agrees to do some nude posing for art class good boy Kevin. Well things get out of hand (that happened to me once actually) and Kevin decides to run off for a weekend of frat male bonding and video porn with the likes of `Cindy does SINcinatti' (for those who haven't seen it, the production values are woeful).

This film has some laugh out loud moments and does not rely on the gross out humour that often besmirches, what could have been a funny film. There is some nudity, but not when it comes to the boudoir. There are fashion faux pas a plenty lots of great jock one liners and more than a couple of oninism episodes (do it yourself hand action). Dylan Vox as Steve is pretty hunky and seems to have never visited wardrobe which I did not mind about at all and all the stereo types get challenged.

Though made on a small budget it wears its heart on its sleeve and was a really enjoyable movie.
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