The Backside of Horror: Martin Kemp and Harrison Pruett, “Embrace of the Vampire”

Published October 28, 2013 by biggayhorrorfan
Getting abreast of the situation with Embrace's Harrison Pruett!

Getting abreast of the situation with Embrace’s Harrison Pruett!

Let’s face it, half the fun of horror and exploitation is seeing some hot bodies frolicking around in the buff. And while I worship the female form, I believe exploitation definitely veers into the exploitive when only gorgeous women are on display while their male counterparts remain chastely buttoned up. Therefore, The Backside of Horror salutes the filmmakers and actors whom even up the score a bit by showing us instances of hot and juicy male flesh in their bloody celluloid fantasies.

While 1995 erotic thriller Embrace of the Vampire was teen starlet Alyssa Milano’s chance to show the world that she had become a woman (over and over, again), one orgy fueled dreamscape sequence, also, gave the surprised college jocks (who picked up this “Boss” boob fueled gem) a gander at some male ham hock, as well.

As the nocturnal fantasies of Milano’s virginal Charlotte become more and more infested by the cruel reach of a very amorous vampire, things get steamier and steamier. At one point in time, Charlotte imagines she is being ravished by her college boyfriend (the late, handsome Harrison Pruett), a college acquaintance (sensual Charlotte Lewis) and her mystical undead tormentor (Spandau Ballet’s very English Martin Kemp).

Martin Kemp goes for the 'Gold'!

Martin Kemp goes for the ‘Gold’!

As Pruett kneels on the bedside, gnawing on Milano’s delicious ta-ta’s, we are treated to a very sensual, semi-obscured view of his buttocks. Kemp’s aggressor, though, goes full throttle. Placing himself upon Alyssa’s arching torso, he brings things home as the audience experiencing a full view of his thrusting ass cheeks.

Talk about your male bonding!!

You can lunge into the Embrace of the Vampire trailer, here:

And until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan

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