Meet Myles and Brody, best friends and total opposites. Myles is a hopeless romantic looking for Mr. Right. Brody is a sexy player on the hunt for Mr. Right Now. These two friends make a ... See full summary »
Michael Adam Hamilton,
Tim and John fell in love while teenagers at their all-boys high school. John was captain of the football team, Tim an aspiring actor playing a minor part in Romeo and Juliet. Their romance... See full summary »
This ripped-from-the-headlines drama covers the early rise of gay porn headliner Sean Paul Lockhart a.k.a. Brent Corrigan, before his falling out with the producer who made him famous. When Sean decides he'd be better off a free agent, a cash-strapped pair of rival producers aim to cash in by any means possible.
Real-life Luzerne County, Pennsylvania judge -- Michael Conahan -- signed paperwork in 2006 changing the real-life victim Bryan Kocis' charge from sex assault to corruption of minors. As a result of that change, Kocis was not required to be registered as a Megan's Law offender and Cobra Video commenced. Conahan later pleaded guilty to federal racketeering charges in relation to the infamous "Kids for Cash" scandal, and is serving 17.5 years in prison for other charges. The Luzerne County scandal, involving Kocis' judge, of sentencing kids to overly-harsh sentences to an out of state facility for cash kickbacks was used in a Law and Order: Special Victims Unit episode 10.20 "Crush". Actress Swoozie Kurtz played the Conahan role of the crooked judge. See more »
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This is sort of a real life comment type of review, as I knew both Harlow and Joe before they were both convicted.
I had an affiliate sales porn blog, and Harlow and Joe's porn company and their corresponding porn site (BoyBatter.co/) were big money-makers. They focused on military, hyper-masculine types of young men, and their fans couldn't get enough.
They focused on bareback porn, which means of course "without condoms", pioneers of the industry at the time. Now bareback porn has become almost the standard in most markets, as it seems to sell better than safe sex videos.
After arrest and before conviction, Harlow called me often always to reiterate that he wasn't guilty, and I supported him in my own naive way. (The collect telephone calls from prison/jail were outrageously expensive, and I asked him not to call me unless it was something urgent.) But my question is why is Bryan Kocis, who was the actual owner of Cobra Video, (hence the title of the movie) named and referred to in the film as Stephen? Was there a prenuptial type of agreement with Bryan's family to completely avoid using his real name?
I'm going to watch the film tonight, and will update this, if possible, after viewing it.
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