Released: Mar 01st, 2005
Running Time: 111
Director: Max Lincoln
Distribution Companies: Hot House Entertainment Inc.
Cast: Chris Cooke, Connor Axon, Martin Konig, Daniel Leger, Ben Slater, Stefan Anderson, Ryan Williams, Chris Young, Siegfried Kaufman, Luca Valentino, Tom Jordan, James Alexander
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Gay and Bi
Excellent foreign product. Viewers will be shaken and stirred by the fun plot and hot sex. Stock up!
Eurocreme returns with a witty and stylish homage to James Bond-or make that Bonk, James Bonk. SpyBoy takes on the classic 007 series and gives it a homo twist, complete with a kinky villain (Braunfinger!) and some of Bond's trademark toys (a black dildo with a camera inside saves our hero at one point in the story). Instead of the Bond girls, director Max Lincoln stocks the world of this gay secret agent with twinks who are more than happy to throw their legs in the air. Supercute Chris Cooke makes a dashing leading man as Bonk, who is hired to save the world from an evil drug called orgasmadrine. The plot takes him on a whirlwind adventure from England to Germany with a stop in Switzerland. Along the way, he beds a sexy receptionist (Ryan Williams), a sweaty desk clerk (Stefan Anderson), and the son (pierced Daniel Leger) of a professor (Siegfried Kaufman) who has invented the pleasure drug that kills. The models are all smooth, bright-eyed, and energetic and they give Bonk a run for his money. (And yes, this supersleuth is versatile-often in the same scene!) When competing agent Dick Veiney (Connor Axon) arrives, Bonk consents to a frenzied threeway with a go-go dancer (Chris Young) in order to make contact with his archenemy (Martin Konig). But Braunfinger's henchmen (Luca Valentino and James Alexander) get more than they bargained for when they take Bonk and the professor hostage. This leads to another threeway (with some intense double-fucking) until the plot is neatly tied up. There are nine sex scenes and they are all of the same high quality. Excellent videography, tight editing, and clean transfer present them in the best possible light. This is a truly entertaining tale that works as a gay spoof on the spy genre in addition to being an appealing skin flick.