A DC-based gay sex website becomes home for a serial killer with a flair for exhibitionism. The life of controversial young artist Manny Yates is shattered when murder penetrates his close knit circle of friends causing him to question those friendships, life in general, and all the relationships around him. Hamilton, a gay detective with an attitude and an agenda is on the case in more ways than one. Written by
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This is the worst gay film I have ever seen. And, as a member of the Stonewall generation, babes, I've seen 'em all. The most disturbing thing about this movie is its soft-core eye candy. The experience of watching this film mimicked one of those horrid chat room conversations with a hottie who turns out to be a vacant narcissist in an Adonis suit. If the acting hadn't been so abominable, this parallel universe to the real gay universe on line might have been amusing. If it had been a farce, it might have been amusing. If it had been populated with bad drag queens, it might have been amusing. It was none of these things. It was just a bad movie, badly written, badly acted, and badly designed. Amir Darvish was the only minor exception to the general lack of redeeming features of this opus. What a waste of pixels.
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