Titanmen Stars To Unveil Digitally Remastered Classics. first up… Desert Train

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We here at Titanmen are very proud of our 20+ years worth of some of the best gay porn ever made. We’ve brought you some of the biggest hit movies going, some classics movies that are still huge hits with fans. We introduced you to some of the biggest gay porn stars ever like Dred Scott, Francois Sagat, Dean Flynn, Jesse Jackman, Dario Beck, Eduardo, David Anthony, CJ Madison and many, many more…

Top directors like Bruce Cam, Brian Mills, Joe Gage, Paul Wilde and Jasun Mark.

But when our older movies pre-date digital movie making, we decided to go deep into the long-out-of-print catalogue and work some MAJOR digital remastering work. The editing and production team have been working on this for quite a while and the results are pretty amazing.

Take a look at this new print of the 1997 classic Desert Train.

Bruce Cam’s epic story of the desert drifter follows Titanmen Adriano Marquez, Eduardo, Michel D-Amours and more as they find solace in each other’s muscular arms. Filmed in the Mojave Desert the visual imagery is so stunning and the sex so intense this movie received GAYVN awards for “Best Cinematography” and “Most Romantic Video”. “Desert Train” is one of the all-time greats of gay porn, right up there with “The Bigger the Better,” “Boys in the Sand” and the Joe Gage Trilogy.

Director Bruce Cam’s stunning videography, smooth editing, masculine men, and outstanding sex lend the movie an abstract and dreamlink quality that heightens it’s eroticism. Starring Adriano Marquez, Brian Hansen, Eduardo, Jackson Phillips, Marcello Reeves, Michael D’Amours, Rich Ryan, and Xavier De Paula. 

4 COMMENTS

  1. Joe Gage didn’t direct “Boys in the Sand” — that was Wakefield Poole. And it was never part of a trilogy. Your PR folk need to re-learn their gay porn history.

    • Good Catch. That was listed out of order… should have read “Boys In The Sand” and The Joe Gage Trilogy. (the Joe Gage Trilogy, of course, is Kansas City Trucking Co, LA Tool and Die and El Paso Wrecking Co).

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