Friday, March 08, 2013

Guilty Pleasure...

I dunno what it is about The Haunting, CockyBoys' latest Jake Jaxon-directed three-part ghost story featuring Christian Wilde, Max Ryder, Ricky Roman and Arnaud Chagall, but it just seems so erotic yet sophisticated (as much as porn can be sophisticated). Just watch the trailer below if you don't believe me. I mean, it's more like a Hollywood movie than any promotional video for porn!

Superhot Christian Wilde plays Klaus Heist, a highly successful yet greatly disturbed artist who is severly lacking creative inspiration. After doing some research online, Klaus learns of an isolated manor for sale in the woods rumored to be one of the most haunted properties in New York - just the kind of thing to inspire a great work of art! On impulse, he purchases the house with the hope of encountering the supernatural and drives there the following day.

A spritely young real estate agent, played by Max Ryder, can't believe he's sold his first listing in just a day - especially since it's notoriously known for being haunted - and he greets Klaus enthusiastically upon arrival. But Klaus has other plans. Without warning, he slams the chipper little punk against the wall and fucks him hard... in every single room of the house. Because if that doesn't provoke the spirits to reveal themselves to him, what will?

When the plan doesn't work in his favour, an even more flustered Klaus kicks the useless agent out of the house he now owns and retreats to his room to paint. Without the spirits connecting to him, he decides to flip the tables and create a tribute painting for them.

What he discovers in his work is not fright, but an act of love - a guilt-ridden church pillar's son submitting himself to his forgiving valet, their lives lost but their passion still alive and pulsing through the house. With Arnaud Chagall as the pillar's son and Ricky Roman as the valet, Klaus is not haunted but moved by their redemptive passion fucking and the forgotten brutality that failed to tear them apart.

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