Cinema Boy of the Month
Friday night was movie theater night for us here at GorgeousBoys. The movie was Friday the 13th (2009). The theater was packed full by so many high school teens it so well made the movie even better watching all the kids scream and jerk everytime Jason laid the axe down. Even better was the hoots and cat-calls made in the more erotic scenes of which we all know to well - a naked fucking couple get their wigs split by Jason. No slasher flick can be called a slasher flick without the infamous "get killed while making hot and sweaty - moaning sex" Being the biggest fan of slasher films it's no wonder I'm a pornographer.
Slash and Porn go hand in hand. With the possible exception of the hardcore porn flick, no modern film genre has managed to achieve quite the level of commercial success in spite (or because) of its inherent controversiality as has the slasher movie. Otherwise known as the "stalker," "dead babysitter," or "teenie-kill" picture, the "slasher" label has been adopted by most fans and critics to designate the entries in a voluminous collection of remarkably similar post-1960 horror films. In these movies, isolated psychotic males, often masked or at least hidden from view, are pitted against one or more young men and women (especially the latter) whose looks, personalities, or promiscuities serve to trigger recollections of some past trauma in the killer's mind, thereby unleashing his seemingly boundless psychosexual fury.
The new remake of Friday the 13th is certainly not a good movie by any rational, logical standards, but it delivers exactly what it promises. Like its 11 predecessors, it's a primal experience, all sex and jolts and violence and blood, and forget any kind of connecting thread. At some deeper, absurd level, it's all about things like fear of sex and castration anxiety; when the audience laughs at the sex and violence, this is no coincidence. It's a gut reaction to some very real, very physiological stuff. The minute you start to think about it rationally, such as writing a movie review, you discount everything you saw and felt. click image for super size poster
Now allow me to review the main hunk I was ogling in the movie. Against the advice of locals and police Clay (Jared Padalecki) scours the eerie woods surrounding the camp looking for his missing sister. Jared is in no doubt one gorgeous hunk. At age 26 from San Antonio, Texas he plays Dean Forester on Gilmore Girls and also had an uncredited role as a high school bully in 2003, Steve Martin's Cheaper by the Dozen. I've put you a little interview video of him after the jump and of course the hot photos I've collected of him. So there you have it, The Gorgeous Boy of Cinema for this month. So leave me your comments and tell me what you think of him.
The movie runs about 97 minutes it has strong bloody violence and if you are a true Slasher Film movie fan as I am you don't want to miss it. You can visit the Official Site of Friday the 13th by clicking here.
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