RandyBlue Releases Gay Porn Tribute to Film Noir

WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif.—Alley Cats, the first big-budget feature from the RandyBlue Presents line of gay adult titles, takes the cast and viewers even further back in time than the company’s previous nostalgia release, That 70s Gay Porn Movie. Set in 1953, Alley Cats embodies the studio’s tribute to film noir, which as a gay porn category is well on its way to “trend” status.

In the 1950s, open homosexuality was unheard of. Prowling the streets in search of sexual liaisons could get a guy locked up or killed. Into that milieu steps Johnny Malibu (Reese Rideout), looking for fun behind the Dragonfly nightclub. For a while, he finds exactly what he seeks.

Then Malibu’s luck runs out, and he’s fingered for a murder committed by the notorious Alley Cat Killer. He’ll need more than good looks and a hot body to get out of the jam. Then again, five-man prison orgies aren’t all that bad, after all.

Released Tuesday by Pulse Distribution, Alley Cats was directed by Captain Limur and Jeremy Lucido. In addition to Rideout, the flick stars Derrek Diamond as Mickey Crenshaw, the murder victim; Sean Everett as Bill Shire, an ex-con sent up because of his sexual orientation; Tyler Johnson as prison guard Buck, Chris Rockway as Detective Lazlo and James Hawk as reporter Jack Gordon.

“There aren’t enough feature films in the gay market,” said Janet T., vice president of sales for Pulse. “Alley Cats has a great story line, amazing cover art, smoking-hot guys and scorching sex scenes. And the plot is so good, you might forget you’re watching a porno until another hot sex scene goes down.”

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