Title: Sweet Oblivion 1: Brazen
Author: Jordan Castillo Price
Genre: Paranormal, vampires
URL: Changeling Press
Price: US $4.49
Other Information/warnings: Threesome, blood play, explicit m/m
Summary [from the publisher]:
It’s a sultry July night, and Wild Bill is content. It’s deliciously warm outside, the fireworks are about to start, a whole pint of freshly-tapped blood is on the menu, and his boyfriend hasn’t murdered anyone in months.
Too bad Bill’s contentment isn’t shared by Michael, who’s tired of his own lack of experience. He hints that a new lover in their bed might broaden his horizons. Their first encounter might have been a threesome, but it certainly didn’t end well for the third participant.
Even now, Bill can’t seem to shake the memory of the hickory stake protruding from the chest of his old nemesis. Lust wars with guilt as Wild Bill tries to figure out how to bury his past, once and for all.
My review: Continue reading Sweet Oblivion 1: Brazen by Jordan Castillo Price – review
A little while ago I reviewed a couple of gay detective films which I enjoyed very much, and now the talented Diana Williams has gone and made a terrific, sweet little music vid of all the romantic bits from the two Donald Strachey films.
Go watch, enjoy the fabulousness that is Tim and Donald, and then tell Diana she’s a genius. Which she is 🙂
Title: Dorian Blues
Director: Tennyson Bardwell
Genre: Coming out/Coming of age
Other Information/warnings: some bad language
Dorian Lagatos finally realises that the reason he doesn’t fit in with his ultra-conservative family or the stereotypical American teenage image is because he’s gay. The film documents his struggle for self-understanding, and acceptance.
Continue reading Dorian Blues (film) – review
Title: Third Man Out and Shock to the System
Directed by Ron Oliver
URL: Third Man Out at Amazon and Shock to the System at Amazon
Other Information/warnings:Some full frontal nudity and bad language
Summary:Third man Out and Shock to the system are TV movies based on the detective novels by Richard Stevenson
Continue reading The Donald Strachey Mysteries (TV movies) – review