Director: Matt Sterling
Stars: Jeff Stryker, Steve Hammond, Jim Pulver, Doug Cory
Jeff Stryker and Steve Hammond play Stryker and Dutch, sworn enemies on the hunt for diamonds in some unnamed Central American jungle. Machine guns and blowdryers at the ready, Stryker and Dutch lead their rival teams on a wild goose chase that digs up little more than heaps of sex!
We know that Stryker and Dutch hate each other, as before the lost-treasure plotline kicks in, they have a turf-war brawl at an abandoned railway, where Stryker comes to the defence of his pals, Jim Pulver and Ted Dowell, who are fucking in a train, which is not at all surprising considering that Pulver only ever appears in Sterling scenes set in train carriages. Dutch and his gang of muscle marys want to gay bash Pulver and Dowell, but it’s Stryker, rushing to the scene on his Harley, who arrives to save the day in an absolutely hilarious scene of trash-talk and staged kick boxing:
Stage thus set, we’re off to the jungle, where Gavin Jeffrey plays a native boy who hangs out in the treetops and wears stripes of war paint, and who is fascinated by the argy-bargy of the horny Westerners he spies in the glades below. As Stryker, Hammond and all and sundry fuck each other day and night, Jeffrey watches them and masturbates with a quizzical expression on his face. And who wouldn’t be bemused by the unexpected sight of Hammond giving it to heavily-frosted Kevin Williams and Stryker dry fucking some poor grunt during a sudden downpour. It’s not the kind of thing you see everyday, especially if you’ve been raised by monkeys.
Anyway, to cut a long story short, Stryker and Dutch return to LA and have sex with each other before Stryker gets some really good news in the mail and the film ends with him high-fiving the air.
This isn’t the master Sterling’s best film, and, contrary to many reviews, doesn’t contain any particularly special performance from Stryker either. However, the sex between the very attractive stars of this film is spectacular, and there are several priceless interludes like this one: