Released: Mar 01st, 2005
Running Time: 111
Director: Steven Scarborough
Company: Hot House Entertainment Inc.
Distribution Companies: Paladin
Cast: Marcus Allen, Marco Paris, Fredrick Ford, Zackary Pierce, Sebastian Tauza, Alex LeMonde, Kent Larson, Chad Thomas, Corbin Michaels, Arpad Miklos, Tag Adams
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Gay and Bi
This popular series is well known; expect strong sales.
It's been a long journey, but Steven Scarborough finally releases the third installment in his Road series after the smashing success of The Road to Hopeful (1994) and The Road Home (1996), two titles that any avid porn fan has seen repeatedly. Once again, the protagonist is on a journey of discovery, in this case the adorable Corbin Michaels (successfully following in the studly footsteps of Beau Saxon and Todd Gibbs), who gets kicked out of his homophobic uncle's home and gets picked up by a driver en route to Temptation Ranch. The name has meaning: The ranch boys spend all their time getting acquainted, as Tag Adams stumbles across a jacking Ricky Martinez, while Kent Larson gets fucked in the shower by Marco Paris. Things pick up a notch when Fredrick Ford comes across a sweaty Arpad Miklos in the woods. Face and chest glistening, Miklos beckons Ford in closer, kissing him as he grabs his ass. Hands get busy and the kissing keeps on flowing, and pretty soon two massive boners have popped out. Ford's meat throbs as he sucks Miklos, who soon returns the favor. Ford-a true versatile performer-opens his hole for Miklos. After some hot shots capture a doggy-style fuck, Ford sits on Miklos, jacking as he bounces and unleashing his load. Two four-man scenes close things out, with Michaels in both. He finds Alex LeMonde and Marcus Allen having their way with Sebastian Tauza, and quickly situates himself in the fun. Michaels eventually sits on LeMonde, with Allen plowing away at Tauza. The closer has Michaels joining a pool party with Zackary Pierce, Chad Thomas, and Joshua Adams, which closes with a great cum-shot from Pierce on Adams. Michael Clift's videography throughout this feature is outstanding. The Carlos Morales/Josh Kole bonus scene on Disc Two is also a winner.