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Gay Hollywood producers Derrick (Peter Szeliga) and Collin (Bruce L. Hart) have a new houseguest - and he's more trouble than they know. Because friendly, innocent Shawn (Dylan Vox, The Lair) is really ex-con Boyd, an actor they fired from their hit TV series when the network wanted someone more attractive. Fresh out of prison, Boyd is newly buff, hot and sexy, and ready to dump his trashy girlfriend, Sheila (Rebekah Kochan, Eating Out 1-3), and dive headfirst into every guy's pants on his way to stardom. Hell-bent on starring in Derrick and Collin's brand new TV show, Boyd will stop at nothing. Seduction, blackmail, manipulation, and sexual trysts this boy's a one-man wrecking crew. All's fair in showbiz!
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A waste of time and money, I don't think I will be able to give the DVD away
This is one of the worst movies I have had the sad priviledge to (unfortunately) buy! The plot is pure kindergarten material. The actors (sorry for those who really are), are not even of the High School level as I have seen better in one of those high schools! Really! I am not mentioning anything about the quality of the pictures and decor. I was not only bored, but my sense of being taken for a ride was at it's peak, and constantly ringing the bell! What a real waste of money and time! Want something reeeeeeally good? Try "La cage aux folles" or "Brokeback mountain"! That is real movie, and there are many more to choose from! Save your money!!
It's fun watching the story unfold as seemingly innocent Shawn/Boyd (Dylan Vox) pulls the wool over his hosts (Peter Szeliga and Bruce Hart). The classic mistaken identity and stalker film played for laughs is hilarious.
On another note I loved the directors choice of bright colors for the film and terrific score. There are some stand out performances in this film aside from the principals and these include Rebekah Kochan as Sheila the trashy girlfriend, Ernest Pierce as the delicious tenant and Paul Vander Roest who adds comic relief as one of the neighbors.
This is one of the few gay themed films I have seen where being gay is incidental to the plot. There's no coming out drama (yawn) or gays as victims plot line. A refreshing change.