Falcon Studios releases “Dare”, Launches Website

A car…a madman…a journey…a sexual awakening…join the journey if you dare.

San Francisco, CA – December 5th, 2007

Falcon Studios announces the impending release of their annual blockbuster film “Dare” (FVP180). Written and directed by award-winner Jett Blakk, “Dare” follows the adventures of three strangers who unwittingly cross paths on their way to Los Angeles. All three men have very different reasons for being on the same road; Psycho Sam (Lou Cass) has a mysterious delivery to make, star-struck Drew (Riley Burke) is hoping to make it big in Hollywood and Wood (Braxton Bond) is a drifter who isn’t quite sure what he’s looking for – but he’s looking. Soon after Wood picks up a hitchhiking Drew, they run into the shady Psycho Sam and make the mistake of inviting him along for the ride to L.A. An intense and sinister game of Truth or Dare propels the travelers into a dark landscape of searing erotic heat and adrenaline-pumping danger.


“Dare” stars newcomer Braxton Bond, pornstud Riley Burke and legendary pornstar Lou Cass (in a non-sexual role). Falcon Lifetime Exclusive Matthew Rush, Falcon Exclusives Roman Heart, Cort Donovan, and Erik Rhodes round out the erotic momentum in a cast of fourteen which also features the erotic talents of Tyler Riggz, Tyler Saint, Mason Wyler, Dallas Reeves, Noah Driver, Eric Blaine and Jack Shamama (in non-sexual role).


To celebrate the December 24th release of “Dare” Braxton Bond and Riley Burke will appear live on a special edition of Falcon TV Saturday, December 15th from 6-7pm PST. “Dare” layouts of Braxton Bond, Erik Rhodes and Roman Heart will be featured in upcoming issues of Unzipped, Freshmen, and Men Magazines. The film will also have a dedicated web-site; Dare-Movie.com which will feature an extended trailer available for downloading to mobile devices in addition to downloadable wallpapers, buddy icons and more. As always, membership has its rewards, and members of Falcon XXX will receive 50% off the list price of the film.

1 Comment

  1. Endy

    December 23, 2007 at 2:19 am

    I always keep myself up-to-date with every Falcon Studios’ new movies (although its impossible to buy any coz I live in Indonesia). It’s been a long time since Falcon launched a dedicated website for its movie. I really miss those websites. I’m very happy that Dare has its own website. Please, keep making dedicated web for other upcoming movies. Coz a website boosts the ‘class’ of that movie.

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