Steve Cruz, Bruno Bond Declared a 'Menace'

SAN FRANCISCO — Production house Raging Stallion Studios has declared Steve Cruz and newcomer Bruno Bond to be a "Menace." The hardcore all-male feature is available now online.

A studio rep said the film follows in the vein of their darker blue movies such as "Instinct," "Manifesto" and "Savage."

Cruz and Bond costar for director Tony Dimarco, and began dating after filming together. "Steve and Bruno swap spit on top of a stack of stereo speakers that pumps out a deep drum-and-bass track as they have sex for the first time, onscreen or off," the studio said. "If this is the couple's first time, you can imagine them having amazing sex for years to come."

Remaining vignettes include two duos anchored by popular Latin performer Pistol Pete featuring RJ Danvers and Bond, another one-on-one spotlighting Angelo Marconi and David Taylor, and a solo performance by Jason Crew.

Bonus action included on the two-disc DVD set include a Bond solo and a threeway featuring Jay Black, Huessein and François Sagat from "Manifesto," as well as interviews and other behind-the-scenes footage.

In related news, Raging Stallion also is currently flacking South American all-sex feature "Erección," the compilation "Hairy Boyz 11" and German import (via Cazzo Film Berlin) "Deep."

The company recently won several XBIZ Awards including GLBT Movie of the Year for its lavishly produced cowboy epic "To the Last Man 1-2." For wholesale-retail information, visit them online or call (877) 327-0707.