On Second Star, Derek Quint’s Mysterious Warehouse of Wonder!

Published December 17, 2011 by biggayhorrorfan

How many times has Big Gay Horror Fan hoped to stumble upon a forbidden warehouse on New Year’s Eve and find some cutely smooth stud, waiting within, to seduce me? Well, honestly, never. But the thought did cross my mind after watching Derek Quint’s beguiling short, Second Star.

In Second Star, two transient youths, fighting their way to warmer climes, run into a mysterious benefactress of sorts on a subway tunnel. Accepting an invitation to spend the evening with her, they soon find themselves locked into a willowy game of seduction and intrigue.

Writer-director Quint creates a moody dreamscape, here, with seemingly no budget. Images of fairy tales, elusive realities and those creepy party scenes from Rosemary’s Baby and Midnight Cowboy enter one’s mind upon viewing. Most importantly, Quint makes you wonder what really goes on in the dream world of those forced onto the streets for survival, making Second Star a sociological statement as well as an artistic one.

Featuring a solid cast, with BGHF favorite Heather Dorff (What They Say, Afraid of Sunrise, Mother’s Blood) and the truly delicious Andrew Bochniak making indelible appearances as a pair of glittery masked wraiths, Second Star also features some story driven boy on boy action – a true holiday gift to the guys like me and the girls who love them, everywhere!

Check out Second Star at:

And for more information on Quint and Addovolt Productions be sure to visit http://addovolt.blogspot.com/2010/11/second-star-short-film.html, as well!

Until next time, Sweet love and pink Grue, Big Gay Horror Fan!

One comment on “On Second Star, Derek Quint’s Mysterious Warehouse of Wonder!

  • While I didn’t really understand at all what was going on, that wasn’t a detriment oddly enough. The “needing to understand” made it all very intriguing, and for an extremely low budget, there are some wonderfully eerie and surreal images going on here. And when all was said and done, I actually enjoyed not fully comprehending what went on at that very unusual party. And remind me to get a crocodile head/dip bowl for my next swingin’ soiree!

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