Titan just released a pretty hot scene featuring Sword favorite Leo Domenico and up-and-coming stud Jay Bentley, I just have some questions about the set decorating choices.
Not to get all Lurid Digs on Titan, but I can’t help but notice some very bold, mid-century-esque pattern choices in both wallpaper and couch upholstery in a few recent scenes. Now, I understand this in the context of their recent “period” feature Shag, but the rest? Maybe it’s a little distracting?
Sure every studio’s got their aesthetic these days. There’s Hot House with all those bare rooms and platforms (and sneakers), Treasure Island with their obviously smelly dungeons and scabies-laden mattresses, and Raging Stallion with their post-apocalyptic TV rooms and filthy prisons.
All I know is there some dude over at Titan (perhaps it’s his house they keep using) who thinks each of these design choices is spectacular, while for many of us who don’t share his taste it might make us long for Sean Cody’s bland, cum-stained, but solid-colored sectional sofa. All those mauve and beige dots and circles are really distracting me from some very important dick-sucking.
Observe, first, these new images from Scene 3 of Worked Over, with Leo and Jay, just released today.
Then there was this scene from last falls Resort, also featuring Jay Bentley, along with Christopher Daniels, and starring this wallpaper…
… and this carpet.
Let’s not forget Wide Awake, featuring this weird, um, camo fabric is it?
And then there was Shag, starring this wallpaper, and Jay Bentley again.
Anyway. Try and watch Leo and Jay fuck, because it really is hot, without making frowny faces at the sofa.