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Wanted: Cody Cummings

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

Although he tries hard not to be, super stud Cody Cummings is a cocktease. And I say that as a compliment. Well, sort of. I am a bottom after all. ( :

I recently reviewed Cody’s self-titled site. Although it’s not exactly a gay site—it’s more a wannabe bi-sexual destination—the man is so damn attractive I couldn’t resist the temptation to spend some time watching him in action.

CODY CUMMINGS

CODY CUMMINGS

There’s no question about it, Cody is hot property and has “gay man’s fantasy” practically tattooed all over his delicious body. He’s handsome, with a great smile, seemingly charming personality and with the sort of physical package that wet dreams are made of. His solo sessions are quite arousing–I lost track of the time watching him pump that gorgeous cock of his—but when he attempts to satisfy the man-on-man needs of his gay audience he mostly falls short. He certainly gets an “A” for effort though.

The gay sex is sadly limited to Cody usually allowing another guy the opportunity to give him a hand and/or blow job; in more than one instance Cody needed to get and maintain his hard-on from watching straight porn. Damn. While there is some body caressing, I couldn’t find any clips where Cody and the dude sucked face, which is a real shame because judging from the scenes involving a gal, Cody Cummings is a master at the art of kissing. And I’ve always believed that if a man can kiss well, then he’s probably a good fuck, too.

(Lucky) PARKER LONDON & CODY CUMMINGS

(Lucky) PARKER LONDON & CODY CUMMINGS

Again, based on watching Cody in action with one of the many lucky ladies he bangs on his site, he is a great lover. Attentive, sensual and with a big dick that aims to please (not to mention a muscular ass), what more could one want in a lover? Oh yeah, for him not to be strictly straight when it comes to fucking. There are MMF scenes but again it’s a no-kiss, no-fuck zone for the other gent. Talk about frustrating.

Despite my criticisms (although it’s more a case of some wishful thinking on my part), I do like Cody Cumming’s site. Reading my review will tell you that. He’s undeniably sexy and is as gay-friendly as he can be. I guess I just wish he could be gay-friendlier.

Cheerio!

S.R.

Sexy Studs of the 2010 Winter Olympics

Saturday, February 13th, 2010

While last night’s opening ceremony for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics was primarily a showcase for all things Canadian, the introduction of the parade of athletes from all competing countries quickly made it an international affair for me; in terms of sexual fantasies, that is.

There was no shortage of studs on hand from the 80+ countries competing at The Games. Here are 20 (okay, 21) gents I wouldn’t mind sharing some Olympic wood with:

Austria – Andreas Linger (luge)

ANDREAS LINGER

ANDREAS LINGER


Belgium – Kevin van der Perren (figure skating)
KEVIN VAN DER PERREN

KEVIN VAN DER PERREN


Canada – Lascelles Brown (bobsleigh) and John Morris (curling)
LASCELLES BROWN

LASCELLES BROWN

JOHN MORRIS

JOHN MORRIS


Croatia – Ivica Kostelic (alpine skiing)
IVICA KOSTELIC

IVICA KOSTELIC


Czech Republic – Martin Havlat (hockey)
MARTIN HAVLAT

MARTIN HAVLAT


Finland – Tuomo Ruutu (hockey)
TUOMO RUUTU

TUOMO RUUTU


France – Guilbaut Colas (freestyle skiing)
GUILBAUT COLAS

GUILBAUT COLAS


Germany – Andre Lange (bobsleigh)
ANDRE LANGE

ANDRE LANGE


Great Britain – David Murdoch (curling)
DAVID MURDOCH

DAVID MURDOCH


Italy – Armin Zoeggeler (luge)
ARMIN ZOEGGELER

ARMIN ZOEGGELER


Latvia – Mikelis Redlihs (hockey)
MIKELIS REDLIHS

MIKELIS REDLIHS


Netherlands – Jan Smeekens (long track speed skating)
JAN SMEEKENS

JAN SMEEKENS


Norway – Magnus Moan (nordic combined)
MAGNUS MOAN

MAGNUS MOAN


Poland – Konrad Niedzwiedzki (speed skating)
KONRAD NIEDZWIEDZKI

KONRAD NIEDZWIEDZKI


Russia – Ilya Kovalchuk (hockey)
ILYA KOVALCHUK

ILYA KOVALCHUK


Slovakia – Pavol Demitra (hockey)
PAVOL DEMITRA

PAVOL DEMITRA


Slovenia – Andrej Jerman (alpine skiing)
ANDREJ JERMAN

ANDREJ JERMAN


Sweden – Mattias Weinhandl (hockey)
MATTIAS WEINHANDL

MATTIAS WEINHANDL


Switzerland – Renato Ulrich (freestyle skiing)
RENATO ULRICH

RENATO ULRICH


U.S.A. – Nick Baumgartner (snowboard)
NICK BAUMGARTNER

NICK BAUMGARTNER

Let the games begin!

Cheerio,

S.R.

Oscar Predictions, Part One - The Easy (?) Ones

Sunday, February 7th, 2010

Last week the nominations for this year’s Academy Awards were announced. That, along with the actual Oscars ceremony itself are winter highlights for me; the rest of the season can go fuck itself.

As has been the case for more years than I can recall, on Oscar night I will be crossing my fingers not only for the members of Hollywood’s talent club I’m hoping will take home some hardware but also for myself. Oscar night means Oscar pool and damn it this year I no longer want to be the bridesmaid when the tally of who predicted the most winners correctly is completed at the end of the night. Jeff Bridges and Sandra Bullock aren’t the only ones due for some winning recognition.

I have to say there weren’t many surprises where this year’s nominations are concerned, aside from maybe the fact that I had already seen 9 of the 10 Best Picture nominees; as of Friday, that 9 has turned into a perfect 10. But that’s not to say that there won’t be any surprises when the winners’ names are called on Sunday, March 7. And for that reason, I’ve decided to divide my predictions for this year’s Oscar winners into two categories: The Easy Ones, and The Not So Easy Ones. Welcome to the former.

1. Performance by an actor in a leading role: Jeff Bridges. He’s excellent in Crazy Heart and it’s the kind of role that screams Oscar; the Academy loves a convincing drunk. Prior to seeing Crazy Heart, my money was on yummy and talented George Clooney for Up in the Air. But George already has an Oscar and Bridges is long overdue for one. The dark horse in this category is Jeremy Renner, absolutely wonderful in The Hurt Locker.

The Academy will have to be either Crazy or Heart-less not to award Jeff Bridges

The Academy will have to be either Crazy or Heart-less not to award Jeff Bridges

2. Performance by an actor in a supporting role: Christopher Waltz in Inglourious Basterds. Although probably the least recognizable name in this category, his performance should change that once he wins the Oscar. Woody Harrelson is the dark horse here, but only because hardly anyone is familiar with the film for which he’s nominated; its release has been THAT limited.

3. Performance by an actress in a leading role: Sandra Bullock. She really does carry The Blind Side and delivers a very convincing performance without going over the top. Fellow nominees Meryl Streep and Helen Mirren are already Oscar winners and Carey Mulligan and Gabourey Sidibe are seriously too young in their careers to be awarded anything other than a nomination.

Is an Oscar on the horizon for Sandra Bullock?

Is an Oscar on the horizon for Sandra Bullock?

4. Performance by an actress in a supporting role: Mo’nique in Precious. If Mo’nique doesn’t win for her portrayal of the “misunderstood” mother from hell, then there’s no justice. I predicted this win back in September when I attended the gala presentation of Precious at the Toronto International Film Festival, and that prediction hasn’t changed.

5. Best animated feature film of the year: Up. I don’t think Up should be eligible for best animated feature AND best motion picture—it’s like one actor being nominated for both lead and supporting Oscars for the same damn role—but whether or not it deserves to, it’ll win this category. There are enough seniors and sentimentalists in the Academy to make it happen.

Yup to Up for Best Animated Feature

Yup to Up for Best Animated Feature

6. Achievement in art direction: Avatar.

7. Achievement in cinematography: Avatar. The more I think about it, the less of an “Easy” prediction this is but I’m going to stick with it. The Hurt Locker or Inglourious Basterds could be the name in the envelope though.

8. Achievement in costume design: The Young Victoria. Royal attire from an appropriate (read: less than contemporary) period always translates into Oscar gold.

9. Achievement in directing: Kathryn Bigelow for The Hurt Locker. This is a tough category that in all likelihood will come down to Bigelow for the Hurt Locker and her ex-husband, James Cameron, for Avatar. My money is on the lady. The DGA gave Bigelow the nod and unless the Academy is filled with a surplus of male chauvinist pigs, I think it will follow suit.

Kathryn Bigelow could hurt ex-hubby James Cameron with an Oscar win

Kathryn Bigelow could hurt ex-hubby James Cameron with an Oscar win

10. Achievement in makeup: Star Trek. Seems like the logical choice to me but then again I never thought that La Vie en Rose would have won in 2007 or The Curious Case of Benjamin Button in 2008.

11. Achievement in music written for motion pictures (original score): Up. I don’t recall the scores for Avatar or The Hurt Locker being all that memorable. Alas, I have yet to see Fantastic Mr. Fox or Sherlock Holmes.

12. Achievement in music written for motion pictures (original song): The Weary Kind (theme from Crazy Heart). I’m hardly a fan of country music but after seeing Crazy Heart, I couldn’t wait to pick up the soundtrack, and this song is one of the reasons why. And with regards to the other nominees, does a year go by when Randy Newman does NOT receive at least one nomination in this category. WTF?

13. Best motion picture of the year: Avatar. The only competition here is The Hurt Locker and with the best director award recipient often serving as a prelude to the best motion picture of the year, if Kathryn Bigelow wins for The Hurt Locker, then a best picture upset may follow.

Avatar takes aim at the Best Picture Oscar

Avatar takes aim at the Best Picture Oscar

14. Achievement in visual effects: Avatar. Duh.

15. Adapted screenplay: Up in the Air. Although up for 6 awards, I think this will be the sole victory for the timely Jason Reitman directed flick.

So that would be part one of my Oscar predictions. Between now and awards night, I’ll weigh in where these remaining categories are concerned:

Best documentary feature
Best documentary short subject
Achievement in film editing
Best foreign language film of the year
Best animated short film
Best live action short film
Achievement in sound editing
Achievement in sound mixing
Original screenplay

Cheerio!

S.R.

We Have Lift-off!

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

I’m happy to announce the launch of an exciting new feature on Sir Randy called Pillow Talk. It feels like it’s been a long time coming (I first had the idea this past summer!) but the planning and creating has finally come to a conclusion. Thank god for small miracles. (Ha ha.) And for sure, let me know what you think!

Pillow Talk is essentially the label I’ve attached to my interview sessions with some of today’s top (bottoms, too) gay porn stars. The premise is simple: I present each stud with a series of 25 quick, personal questions covering an entertaining range of topics including an appropriate title for their memoirs, favorite film from their childhood, pet peeve, and something about themselves that might surprise others. The questions are fun, with the answers providing an equally good time…as well as a few surprises!

A new interview will be posted each week but for the launch I decided to go with not one but two yummy subjects: Jeremy Hall (of Club Jeremy Hall) and Raging Stallion David Taylor.

PILLOW TALK-ER JEREMY HALL

PILLOW TALK-ER JEREMY HALL

In weeks to come (so to speak), some of the stars you can expect hear from are C1R’s Johnny Hazzard, Randy Blue’s Chris Rockway, Marco Wilson of Men at Play, and World of Men’s one and only Collin O’Neal. But that’s just a cocktease of sorts.

CHRIS ROCKWAY'S COMING SOON

CHRIS ROCKWAY'S COMING SOON

As Pillow Talk is an ongoing feature at Sir Randy, there will be plenty more studs coming your way in the future. And if there’s someone you’d like to be interviewed, then don’t hesitate to e-mail me at sirrandy@sirrandy.com. After all, I aim to please. ( :

Cheerio!

S.R.

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