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Generally mediocre effort has some pluses, holds suspense.
on December 2, 2013
Following his return from a tour of duty in Afghanistan, Chris is having problems adapting to life in San Diego. After several job offers fell through, Chris reluctantly agrees to a proposition from a young woman, whose brother died in Chris’ unit overseas. She hires Chris to seduce and kill Andrew, her brother’s lover, in order to receive a valuable inheritance that would otherwise go to him.
This film is directed by Sean Paul Lockhart, aka gay porn’s Brett Corrigan, who also plays Andrew. Judging by Lockhart’s long-winded introduction that preceded the film on the DVD, I wasn’t expecting much, but it was somewhat better than my reduced expectations. The plot is far-fetched and far from cohesive, some scenes are stretched out way too long, and the acting by the secondary characters is cartoonish. Still, the story does provide some suspense, and the final reveal is something I was not expecting, so I’ll give them three stars out of five for effort and eye-candy. Unrated, but would be a solid R for male nudity and simulated sexual situations. DVD bonuses include outtakes, a music video and a “behind the scenes” feature.