Director's Note From Jake Jaxson:
I'm super excited to release part two of One Erection: The Un-making of a Boy Band
. We first premiered this project last year, co-directed with the Legendary Chi Chi LaRue, and to date this is the most fun I have had on a project, and I'm continuously inspired by my collaboration with all involved.
A couple weeks back I was happy to show part of the episode to a full theater at this year's #CockyCon, and it was such a joy hearing and watching an audience come together to watch our work. I was so happy to hear the laughter and excitement, knowing that the performers could finally hear and see what I have known for so long—that their talent is real, and that more and more they are helping to create a new kind of sexual story-telling that can tickle and stimulate all the senses.
I can't tell you how truly committed our performers are to their craft and these projects, and I can't thank them enough for all their hard work, focus, respect and trust in allowing us to create these multi-layered films. If you enjoy what you see today, please let them know, as I can attest from our screening last week, nothing sounds or feels better than a round of applause!
The last time we met up with boy band sensation New Direction
, the guys were shooting their new music video directed by legendary filmmaker Chi Chi LaRue. The location was a notable gay club, the director a famous drag queen and pornographer, and the homoerotic lyrics of their songs seemed to provoke one blatantly obvious question... are these guys gay or what? The members of the band have explicitly denied discussing their sexuality in public, but when indie filmmaker Jake Jaxson was given the OK by frontman Liam Riley
to film a behind-the-scenes documentary of the band members' personal lives, all the juicy secrets have suddenly come to the surface... whether they like it or not!
In this second installment of One Erection: The (Un)making of a Boy Band
, more of the T is spilled when the band's sexuality is called out by celeb-journalist Evan Ross Katz in a heated interview. Liam Riley vocalizes some internalized feelings regarding fellow New Direction member Levi Karter
and the recently departed Allen King
, and band manager Jason Maddox
is soon at odds for finding a replacement. Complications ensue, however, when Jason gets mixed up in his own personal love interest -- the token evangelical rock singer of the group, Tayte Hanson
. With their priorities all over the place, the remaining members of the band come to terms with Tayte replacing Allen as their new choreographer, while Jason comes to terms with accepting a more public relationship with Tayte.
As New Direction's hit single "Sticky Face"
reaches the top of the charts, we soon find out the true meaning of the song. With Tayte's pride for being a stern... if rather weird... supporter of making Jesus "sexier," Jason finally comes to terms with making their relationship as explicitly exposed as possible. Soon enough, Tayte's Walmart bestselling hit "Nailed Him" takes on a whole new meaning as he gets nailed by Jason's cock in every way imaginable! And then finally a surprise special guest crashes the party, making the future of New Direction
anything but certain...