Beastly Boyz

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Beastly Boyz
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Distributed by Rapid Heart Extreme
Directed by David Decoteau
Produced by David Decoteau
(producer)
Written by David Grove
Starring Sebastian Gacki
Emery Wright
Kyle Schwitek
Dean Hrycan
Valerie Murphy
Tyler Burrows
Neil William Hrabowy
Andrew Butler
Charlie Marsh
Language English
Release date 2006[1]
Running time 96 minutes

Beastly Boyz is a 2006 homoerotic horror television film directed by David DeCoteau.[1][2] It was the first movie to be released on his Rapid Heart Extreme label.[3] The film has been screened on the LGBT-focused here! television network.[4][5]

Plot[edit]

Rachel, a beautiful young artist, is murdered at her secluded lakefront house by a group of soulless killers. Her brother Travis vows to punish her killers one by one - even if it costs him his soul. Guided by his sister's ghostly voice that commands him to take brutal revenge, Travis hunts down each of the killers and punishes them in gruesome fashion. Travis's conscience catches up with him, but his sister's voice and other circumstances push him into much more horrible circumstances than he is already in.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Beastly Boyz: A Twisted Tale of Revenge (2006), New York Times
  2. ^ Interview With David DeCoteau, Logo Online
  3. ^ David DeCoteau interview (2006), MJ Simpson
  4. ^ Beastly Boyz, gaywired.com
  5. ^ [1], here! Network press release

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