This well-constructed erotic exploration of Manchester’s gay counter-culture takes clear inspiration from the drug-fueled antics of “Trainspotting” (and its recent sequel). It was shot on location with a British cast and was co-directed, scripted and had its theme song penned by leading man Mickey Taylor with mr. Pam, the reigning XBIZ Gay Director of the Year, whose customary street-level lensing adds an authentic flavor.
The mononamed Leander is a well-built, scruffy ginger with a bright, open-faced demeanor. Scene-mate Jack Taylor is more puppyish and slyly attractive and they combine for a combustible, highly energetic flip-fuck on and around the kitchen in their flat. It’s the best sex of the bunch (although Mickey Taylor puts up a good fight).
Lean, thickly hung Kayden Grey is a still-waters-run-deep type and meets an ideal sexual match in Koby Lewis (dubbed “Bottom Bitch”). While Lewis crams a fair amount of Grey’s cock into his mouth — aggressive oral is always a pleasure to behold — he more than makes up for it elsewhere as Grey twists him into acrobatic positions and unleashes a slowly building piston-fuck that is quite delectable. He ends their aggressive fuck session by dumping a load onto Lewis’ features.
Leading man Taylor, lean and heavily inked with a cutely dimpled chin, appears in a sizzler of a duo with Gabriel Phoenix and later anchors a fourgy with Phoenix, Matthew Anders and Billy Rock.
He and Phoenix (lean, scruffy) share a potent chemistry that feels genuine. They kiss and flirt and trade blowjobs, with attention paid to assplay. As it does throughout the film, the action moves along quickly. Mickey Taylor is fully engaged throughout and lends the action an appealing intensity. He (and Phoenix) tend to draw one’s attention even when there are four guys crammed onto a sofa pleasurably sucking and fucking each other. Fans of inked skaterboi pups, British accents, a punkish aesthetic and uncut cocks will be happily satiated.