25 Great Gay Sex Scenes Saga – Movie #7: “Chillerama” (Segment: I Was A Teenage Werebear)

Chillerama Cover Image

Title: Chillerama

Actors:

Sean Paul Lockhart… Ricky

Anton Troy… Talon

Director: Tim Sullivan

SynopsisA repressed gay teen transforms into a beast after being bitten by a hunky classmate.

The Backlot Rating:

Hotness – 2

Romance – 0

WTFactor – 8

This movie was so far removed from the others that I’ve watched so far, that I was quite confused as to why it was included. I actually really rather believe that it has less to do with the actual scene mentioned, and more to do with the fact that it starred Sean Paul Lockheart, who is a very famous former adult film star under the name “Brent Corrigan”. In all honesty, I went into this movie with a very closed mind. As the movie started, I literally thought, “I so don’t want to watch this; it’s going to be awful.” By the end of the opening scene, I was more than convinced that I was absolutely right. However, as the movie went on, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that my assessment was a bit premature. Chillerama is an anthropology of horror stories has two general settings: (1) a drive-in theatre on its last night of operation, where the real story occurs and (2) the horror movies that are being screened at the theatre. The second setting is subsequently divided into three separated stories: Wadzilla, I Was A Teenage Werebear, and The Diary of Anne Frankenstein.

The movie was pretty enjoyable. The humour, sometimes, was very politically incorrect or just downright obscene, and definitely isn’t for everyone. However, it wasn’t so much so that it made me hate it. Wadzilla was about a man, whose semen onlyseemed to produce a single sperm at a time, and so takes a new FDA-unapproved drug in an effort to strengthen his solitary spermatozoa. Unfortunately, this drug causes his sperm to grow to monstrous proportions, inflicting severe pain in his testicles. The only way to relieve the pain is to ejaculate, but this releases his monster sperm out into the world, and immense chaos ensues. It’s pretty much the Penthouse version of Godzilla, and I don’t know where people come up with these things.

I Was A Teenage Werebear, which is the story that The Backlot pointed to, is about Ricky, a high school senior, who is fighting against his homosexuality. He soon encounters and develops a crush on the leader of a group of leather-wearing bad boys. After suffering a bite from this mysterious man, Ricky finds out that he’s been transformed into a “werebear”. While you would assume that a “werebear” means that Ricky would turn into the four-legged mountain animal, the “bear” that he transforms into is the muscle-bound bear of the gay community. If you have no idea what this is, I’ve explained the concept in my BearCity review. A musical aspect of the movie pays homage to Grease in this bizarre Teen Wolf horror parody.

The Diary of Anne Frankenstein is the story of how Hitler created his very own monster of Frankenstein after learning of the process from a book found in the attic of Anne Frank. Although, on paper, this storyline is all kinds of offensive, it was unfortunately the funniest of all the horror movies presented in this film.

Chillerama is a wonderfully bizarre movie with a low-budget appearance which belies its very clever writing. It is by no means a titan of cinema, but it does a wonderful job of parodying 60’s- and 70’s-era cult films. Its relentless employment of puns and brazen use of stunt doubles and stunt puppets makes for absolutely hilarious viewing. Once you’re able to appreciate this movie for what it is and what it sets out to do, you will no doubt be just as pleasantly surprised as I was.

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