Falcon Studios celebrates its 45th anniversary with a lavishly costumed and art-directed sequel to one of its most popular fuck flicks pairing original director Chi Chi LaRue and an A-list cast that includes the much-buzzed-about return of three — count ‘em — fan-favorite studs to blue movies.
Erotica legend Dean Monroe has been painfully absent from sex flicks for a number of years and reprises his role from the original as the perpetually horny, short-tempered Devil prone to fits of jealousy. When a sex slave (Sky Knoxx) escapes from his clutches, Monroe dispatches his minions to retrieve him before the slave can find true love and remain “Earthbound.”
In the meantime, Monroe works out his fit of fury with a decadent fourgy featuring Gabriel Alanzo, Arad Winwin and Sean Zevran (current XBIZ Awards winner for Gay Performer of the Year). Alanzo, lean and focused, is a strong match for Zevran as he literally fucks himself with Zevran’s cock, but Monroe is a legendary cocksman and there are few pleasures in all-male adult as alluring as the delight in Monroe’s eyes as he orders his topman to fuck him harder and deeper.
Andrew Stark also returns to blue movies with two scenes. He’s as solidly built and handsome as ever with a fetching haircut. He ruts with singly named Trelino in the opening vignette in a dominance-themed scenario that Stark pulls off with smooth confidence. He’s grown tremendously as a performer and Trelino is putty in his hands. A later scene opposite power bottom Armond Rizzo is more evenly matched, despite their disparate physical statures. Rizzo uses every inch of his superb body to seduce Stark and their chemistry is palpable. He takes every inch of Stark’s imposing boner down to the root.
The six-scene effort includes the return of yet another fan-favorite hunk — Blake Riley, whose sexplay opposite stoic, hung JJ Knight begins when he is dressed as a mysterious motorcyclist who refuses to remove his helmet. The kink appeals to Knight, who services his masked partner with relish. Later, with Riley’s handsome features fully revealed, they make love with sensual abandon.
Elsewhere, musclebod Johnny V lends his customary intensity to a fuck session opposite African-American horndog Andre Donovan. It’s another slow-burning session that sizzles with seemingly genuine chemistry. They kiss and explore each other’s physiques and Johnny V spreads wide to accommodate Donovan’s ramrod-straight poker. The topman dumps a load onto his eager bottom’s chiseled features.
The final vignette features Brent Corrigan as an angelically attractive, good-hearted go-go dancer whose tender devotion causes Skyy Knox to fall in love. Corrigan has evolved into a generous performer and remains fully engaged with his onscreen partners (he also looks fantastic in skimpy white underwear). Their lovemaking session is passionate and sensual with a focus on genuine connection.
Original “Heaven to Hell” leading man Brad Patton also makes a brief nonsexual cameo. Time and money was clearly spent on art direction and lighting, costuming, hairstyling and makeup and the extra effort clearly pays off to set a specific tone and mood — LaRue is fond of dark, moodily lit decadence — without dipping into campiness. And a gold medal for luring back Monroe, Riley and Stark with the same film.