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Code Name: Dynastud
Cruising for a Bruising: The Legend of Dynastud / Neon Cobra

USA 2018
produced by
Richard Griffin for Scorpio Film Releasing
directed by Richard Griffin
starring Anthony Gaudette, Derek Laurendeau, Bruce Church, Aaron Andrade, Candace Sampson, Dan Mauro, Michael Varrati (voice), Mark Andrew Garner, Jordan Pacheco, Mark Hutchinson, William Galatis, Lars Rieck, Graham Stokes, Adam LaFramboise, Sissy O'Hara, Lee Rush, Terry Shea, Rich Tretheway, Daniel Martens, Ronald Martin, David Erin Wilson, Geoff White, Anthony Rainville, T.J. Frizzi, Leslie Racine Vazquez
written by Lenny Schwartz, Duncan Pflaster, Richard Griffin, Michael Varrati, Scott Phillips, Daniel Martens, music by Kevin MacLeod, Lightwave 80, Mark Culter, Daniel Hildreth, theme song written by Ian Hardcastle, performed by Claire Ashton, visual effects by John Dusek, Torey Haas, Jeffrey Long

review by
Mike Haberfelner

It's the USA in 2024, and homosexuality has long been outlawed and made punishable by death. And ultra-conservative gun-loving, gay-hating senator Hightower (Bruce Church) is on his way to become the next president - if only his daughter Patty (Candace Sampson) wouldn't fuck around a bit too much (quite literally). So the senator decides to give her a husband who will be forced to be devoted to her - like a prisoner he's able to send to death row shouldn't things work out. So he chooses Bart (Derek Laurendeau), who got caught offering a blowjob but is otherwise a pretty decent guy, and the two get married ... but being gay, Bart is unable to perform in the wedding night, and then is snatched by gay superspy Dynastud right under everyone's noses. For some reason, Bart is believed to be the chosen one of the secret gay movement, so it's imperative to get him to Bruce Li's (Mark Andrew Garner) frozen body on a Canadian space station without delay (and yep, I know how this sounds), but Hightower and daughter are not the ones to let a good man go, so they send bumbling duo Sam (Dan Mauro) and Vargas (Aaron Andrade) after the two of them, and afterr their demise pick up pursuit themselves - and this is where things start to get really weird ...

 

Code Name: Dynastud is pretty much a "what the fuck"-thing - which I mean in the best possible way: It really starts on a wild concept and then just gets weirder all the time - but funnier as well, and while not all the jokes might be of the sophisticated variety, the film also never talks down to the audience, instead keeps them wondering "what will they think of next" ... and as mentioned before, it gets weirder all the time. And apart from it's conscious camp approach to things, what really makes this movie is its light-footed approach and it's constant twinkle in the eye. It's really a film that's bound to leave your mouth agape and have you laughing (maybe both at the same time) at maybe a couple of occasions.

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