Guilty as Sin

Raging Stallion Studios
Guilty as Sin

Tony Dimarco and co-director and screenwriter Ben Rush offer their own spin on pulpy television dramas with this five-scene tale (four duos and a threesome) of boardroom backstabbing and betrayal.

The real find here is newcomer and rising star Lawson James, a burly, hairy hunk with a full salt-and-pepper beard and fit, furry physique who is disarmingly attractive in a tight business suit; he closely resembles “The Walking Dead” fan-favorite actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

James is pictured on the cover art with Drew Valentino as well as Cole Connor and a particularly well-used Beau Butler.

James, an uber-wealthy mogul, has revised his will to include the proviso that his sons don’t cause any trouble. How do you think that will turn out? His ambitious personal assistant, played by Drew Valentino, wants to ensure he has a piece of the action. They jump into the sack for a grunting, rutting fuck session. Valentino is also furry, with some ink, and he swivels those hips to drive his cock deep into James, whose enjoyment is apparent. But wait until they change positions; the older hunk rides the younger stud with an impressively hungry energy.

Beau Butler is an adorable muscle cub with a round ass that won’t quit; the twinkle in his eye will turn anyone’s crank. He’s enjoying a lusty secret affair with the doorman to his building, played by suave Derek Kage, whose fit frame squeezed into a suit, deep voice and confident swagger leave a lasting impression. Butler, normally a bottom, switches roles and throws an aggressive fuck into Kage, who remains compliant but vocal as he encourages Butler. It’s a frisky, exciting matchup.

Jack Andy and Aussie Jackson Radiz are secretly tape-recording Butler’s illicit tryst and decide to take advantage of their growing boners. Andy is a reliably intense topman and finds a superb match with Radiz, a tall drink of water who unleashes a constant stream of dirty talk that gives permission to Andy to really cut loose for a piledriving fuck. The equal exchange of energy between confident topman and an eager, vocal bottom is delectable.

The devious Valentino is engaged in a secret affair with his boss’s lawyer, Cole Connor, and the two cement their machinations with a slurpy suck-and-fuck session as they’re entangled in the bedsheets. Connor slurps and slurps some more on Valentino’s beautiful boner and Valentino clearly enjoys the attention; their flip-fuck is another equal power exchange and Cole, like his castmates, is particularly demonstrative and vocal in his enjoyment.

As the treachery comes to a head, so to speak, Butler is ravished in the boardroom by stoic bodyguards Romeo Davis and Chris Damned. Although Butler is supposed to be at their mercy, he is clearly their sexual match. Deep-throating, exploratory fingering and the low-key intensity of Damned and Davis keep the action flowing as they pass their bottom-slut back-and-forth in a swivel chair. The terrific Butler is rock-hard throughout.

Co-director Dimarco is particularly good at maintaining a cohesive vision within big, sprawling stories; he is the 2023 XBIZ award-winner for “Director of the Year — Gay,” and helmed last year’s XBIZ-winning feature “Ride or Die.” Special kudos to the editing with this project.

Butler deftly manages a tricky role (no spoilers), while Valentino’s experience as a standup comedian clearly serves him well and earns him MVP honors. It’s a very strong cast all around; Kage is a real dreamboat and Jones is a talent to watch.


Tech billionaire Lawson James has made some important updates to his living will, some of which require his two sons to keep the family's name and business legacy untarnished. When company attorney Cole Connor explains the new stipulations to the two brothers, they both pledge their loyalty to their father and the wildly successful business he founded. They've never afforded each other the same allegiance, however, spinning a web of deceit that will leave one brother filthy rich and the other Guilty as Sin. From directors Tony Dimarco and Ben Rush, this boundary-pushing thrill ride and its cast of rugged fuckers are out to prove that betrayal never comes from your enemies. There can be no presumption of innocence when everyone is Guilty as Sin. Upon hearing about the new revisions to his boss' will, Drew Valentino wants to make sure that Lawson James remembers that he's more than just an executive assistant. On the other side of town, hopeful heir Owen James (Beau Butler) is returning home early and surprising secret boyfriend and doorman Derek Kage with an array of new sexual interests.

Surveillance experts Jack Andy and Jackson Radiz secretly record their entire flip-fuck through the window and eventually find themselves horny enough to forget about their wives and drain each other's cocks right then and there while still on the job. Back at James Industries, Lawson James is learning that a member of his own family is attempting to deceive him and makes an emergency call to Drew Valentino to have lawyer Cole Connor revise his will. It doesn't take long for the mogul's executive assistant to relay the message as he's already in bed naked with the attorney. The drama all comes to a climax with a tension-filled confrontation in the executive conference room where bodyguards Romeo Davis and Chris Damned ensure their cut of the James will as they stuff the billionaire's son (Beau) at both ends.

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