By: Keith Witchka, Staff Writer
Business is about to pick up with Helix Studios unveiling its new DVD release, ‘Greetings from Palm Springs’ (2018) on the 8teenboy label. The multi-award winning company has kicked off their promotion campaign for this ‘MUST STOCK” gay erotica extravaganza and we are sure to see gay bloggers going insane over executive producer Keith Miller’s latest extravaganza!
Fans of the 18-21 gay erotica genre market will be unable to resist getting their hands on director Alex Roman’s latest mouth watering gay erotica release that features Helix Exclusive heartthrobs Alan Davis, Jared Scott, Jimmy Andrews, Gabe Isaac, Devin Lewis, Caleb Gray, Adam Hunt and Dustin Cook.
“Buckle up for this ALL bareback, school boy bang-a-thon! Hook up with eight young, dick hungry hotties and their raging hormones while they’re shoved tightly together in this super tasty, twink filled Air BNB! Our millennial, masturbation worthy, wonder boys bed hop with their big bonered buddies and aren’t afraid to cum in the backdoor. Every hot housemate has a key to each dick filled door and they’re willing to open wide with horny hospitality. The wild weekend culminates in an orgasmic orgy where everyone cums together for the greater girthy good! Let go and stretch yourself to the lusty limit with these hot heathens on their horny holiday…cum on in, the key is under the mat.”
Helix Studios Direct has confirmed that Greetings from Palm Springs (2018) is now shipping to retailers and independent distributors worldwide! Adult consumers can purchase this ‘MUST STOCK’ by visiting the Official Helix Studios Online Superstore.
Directed by: Alex Roman
Produced by: Keith Miller
Production co: 8teenboy Studios
Distributed by: Vimpex Media (EU)
Run Time: 2 Hours 8 Minutes
Ship Date: April 3, 2018
Street Date: April 11, 2018
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