Mens Room: Bakersfield Station – TitanMen Gay XXX Classic Movie Review (NSFW)


Back in 2004, Joe Gage made this TitanMen classic starring Danny Vox, who is returning to his home town. However the bus station is not quite how he remembers it as there are tons of guys all looking to get off as they make their travels. Danny finds out that he’s in for a ride as he blows his load several times with a cast of 12 other performers in this raunchy flick. Check out my thoughts on this jizz worthy movie, but be ready, it will probably make you horny as fuck!

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This movie stars:

Danny Vox, Alex Leon, Andrew Rubio, Andy Dill, Lex Kyler, Marc Sterling, Nick Capra, Randy Manroot, Tommy Deluca, Kent Larson, Abram Rodriguez, Matt Majors, Joey Russo

2 comments to Mens Room: Bakersfield Station – TitanMen Gay XXX Classic Movie Review (NSFW)

  • Michael Mendez  says:

    I remember this movie but haven’t watched it since it first came out. I think I’ll have to watch this again. To TitanMen.com I go!!!!

  • That Long-Haired Creepy Guy That Long-Haired Creepy Guy  says:

    LOL! It sounded as though you said ‘piss’ during the send-off at the end. Instead of ‘peace’, but that was just me mishearing. Probably.

    I remember this movie. I didn’t stumble upon Joe Gage until sometime in 2012, but this was one of the films under him that I remember really liking. I also thought that the bathroom layout was odd. I liked how each scene seemed to lead into one another. His films have a certain “American Graffiti” quality to them.

    I think my favorite in this trilogy is the second one. One reason is because it has Blu Kennedy in it. He is playing an adorable little ginger jock in it. Anyway, great review, Paulie. I love watching you review classics.

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