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Beastmaster

Blake Presents

2015. Directed by Pandora/Blake
Runtime: 11 min.

Ron Beastly has a wild side… and it’s about to be let loose. He and Seani Love negotiate a snarling, fantastical scene that brings together elements of BDSM, corporal punishment and animal play. These two redheaded, bearded bears are a perfect match for some queer beast role-play!

Trans male performer Ron Beastly is the werewolf, a wild, growling beast captured in chains. Professional dominant and tantra teacher Seani Love is the Beastmaster, the wizard determined to tame the magical beast and use his powers for sorcery. Faced with snarling and snapping a-plenty, Seani has to employ floggers, whips, and fists to subdue the beast and bind him to his will. Obedience training calls for a collar, lead, and choice tidbits of meat as reward for good behavior. As wizard and werewolf struggle for dominance, will the beast turn on his master, or can the wizard tame him? When Dreams of Spanking was censored by the UK government under regressive obscenity laws, this film was watched by the censor more than any other video: a fact that made us fall in love with it all over again. Who knew priggish Government officials were secretly into gay male wizard/werewolf porn? We hope they had as much fun watching it as Ron and Seani clearly did making it.




Production Name: Beastmaster
Production Date: 1/3/2015
Custodian Of Records:
S Wicks
222 Bracknell Close,
London
N22 5TA
UK
Dreams of Spanking retrospective "Subversive Spanking Porn"
London Porn Film Festival 2018





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