Friday, June 18, 2004


Daniel Holt gets to narrate the trailer, superstar Casey Donovan gets top billing, but underrated Steve Collins is the star of this flick, as the airline steward who goes from L.A. to New York to visit his best pal Casey Donovan, engaging in Non-Stop sex along the way! Steve has sex with blond Peter Ware, his roommate's trick, as he steps out of the shower; next with Casey Donovan and mustached Mark Leonard in a wake-up 3-way; then he spots a rooftop sunbather through the kitchen window, and they jerk-off for each other; and finally a hot West Side Piers scene with Daniel Holt as a 3rd guy looks on (cock firmly in hand). Simple set up for this scene - Steve is shopping at All American Boy on Christopher Street, Holt cruises him through the store window, and without ever exchanging any words, Steve follows him down the street, briefly loses him as he walks through a maze of wreckage at the West Side Piers, finally finding him, levis unzipped, a passionate kiss, then Steve is on his knees (the way sex is meant to be, right?) Meanwhile, we have lovers Daniel Holt and Eric Ryan swallowing each other's huge cocks, before one gets to play hide the salami (did I use that line last week?); soap opera star Casey Donovan fantasizing about a hot desk-top fuck with his producer, Eric Ryan; and then Casey getting seduced by hot Puerto Rican Jorge Rodriguez in a daytime basement blowjob scenario. It's hard to pick which scene is the best from the film: either the West Side Piers scene, magnificently photographed (musclegod Tom Howard, aka Flex Gordan, was the director of photography for several of Steve Scott's films) with great natural daytime lighting and utilizing some great long shots from the exterior, where Collins is at his best blowing, then screwing, thick-dicked Daniel Holt; or the finale quick blowjob scene with Casey Donovan, a long uncut Latino cock in his face as his few moments of dirty talk gets the guy to explode in his face. I love the way Steve Scott uses natural sounds (traffic, riverfront noises, etc) as opposed to pumped up disco, and the dirty talk is held to a minimum, and utilized just when it is most effective, like when Donovan gets his trick to shoot on his face. (and yes, I do have a a video up for auction, now that you mention it.)

directed by: Steve Scott (1984)

Starring: Casey Donovan, Eric Ryan, Steve Collins, Daniel Holt, Steve Anthony, Peter Ware, Mark Leonard, Steve Peters, and Jorge Rodriquez