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Sexual Suspect

Released: May 01st, 1996
Running Time: 81
Director: Josh Eliot
Company: Laguna Pacific
Cast: Eric Marx, Patrick Ives, Eduardo (I), Jeff Mitchell, Cory Miles, Gio Romano, Tony Brocco
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Gay and Bi

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Although the eerie title sounds like a "whodunit", the story plays out like a "who's-gonna-do-what?" Anemic rich boy Cory Miles is torn between two bully boyfriends (Eric Marx and Patrick Ives) and there is a murder plot in the works. The sex action is generally solid, but there are some occasional softie problems. The best sex is rendered by two peripheral characters, Eduardo and Jeff Mitchell, as randy handymen. Along with a roller coaster plot that addresses the difficult topic of gay spousal abuse, Sexual Suspect is to be recommended for its excellent theme music, sung by the gravelly voiced Clint Yeager. I "suspect" this will be a hit.


 

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Laguna Pacific
Eric Marx
Patrick Ives
Eduardo (I)
Jeff Mitchell
Cory Miles
Gio Romano
Tony Brocco
Josh Eliot

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