Aggressive, dominating sexplay in a well-designed apocalyptic future where it’s so steamy the men resort to wearing only shiny codpieces and a harness (plus the occasional dirty jock strap). All the better to fuck more efficiently in a world where resources are scarce.
Burly stud Bruce Beckham — who looks damned good in a close-cropped beard — doesn’t cotton to Bruno Bernal escaping from his dog cage and doesn’t have to work hard to have him submit to punishment that includes sucking on his oversized cock and submitting to a deep-plunge from an oversized black dildo. Properly stretched out, Bernal’s chute is ready for Beckham’s python. He’s locked back in his cage afterwards, but can’t resist a sly smile.
Talon Reed, lean and wiry, can’t suppress a grin of his own when he comes across supplies in the desert and is rewarded by jacked, ruggedly handsome older stud Myles Landon. That thick cock is an impressive weapon of its own. Assplay is particularly good as Landon feasts on Reed’s hole and then proceeds to pound a load right out of him.
Boyishly cute Rafael Lords, compact and crazy-adorable, stumbles across Ryan Cruz, inked and stoic. Lords’ bubble butt is barely contained by his jock strap. They’re supposed to be avoiding armed guards, but they begin kissing hungrily and all sense of danger understandably goes right out the window. More kissing precedes another round of vigorous, hungry ass-eating. Cruz uses Lords’ camera phone during their sexplay, including when he plunges Lords’ plush ass. Watch for his gushing fountain of a cumshot.
Lords tries to sneak away in the final scene and he’s still doused with semen when tall, bald and brawny Sean Duran accosts him and takes what he wants (Lords is seriously irresistible to a horny topman). Duran licks Lords’ neck at one point and it’s actually rather erotic. He’s an intense, focused topman and the younger power-bottom is putty in his hands.
Points to Cruz and his creative team for nicely photographed use of desert locations as well as lighting and art direction that doesn’t overdo the apocalyptic theme.