“Prisoner of War 2” is now available on DVD from gay romance studio Icon Male. The erotic World War II drama is the anticipated follow-up to 2014’s “Prisoner of War,” which XCritic.com rated as “Highly Recommended.”
Distributed by Mile High Media and written and directed by Nica Noelle, “Prisoner of War 2” stars Sam Truitt, Alexander Gustavo, Trent Ferris, and Ty Roderick.
To view box art and product information for Icon Male’s “Prisoner of War 2,” visit http://www.milehighonline.com/product/movie/3396.
In Volume 2, sadistic German officers Dieter and Heinrich capture hot, American soldiers John and Charlie. When the sexy US comrades won’t give up army intelligence, the sinister Nazis decide to make use of the helpless studs for their own pleasure. Just when it seems all hope is lost, it appears the careless Germans have actually played into the young Americans’ hands because all is fair in lust and war.
“I love this series because I’m a big World War 2 buff, and in general period piece films are my favorite to make,” says Nica Noelle. “This one was particularly fun because of the cast. I had no idea that Alexander Gustavo was capable of performing a flawless German accent when I cast him, so that was a wonderful surprise. Beyond that, Alexander really channeled his character. He improvised a lot of dialogue during the sex scenes, and I almost dropped my camera I was so taken aback by his performance.”
Noelle continues, “I love to cast Ty Roderick in my army films because to me he’s the quintessential tortured hero. He’d been asking me to write him more complex characters for him, so I wrote a set up between him and Trent Ferris that would really test his acting skills. Ty is blindfolded and tied up in the sequence so he had to do all of the acting with his mouth and his voice – he literally had nothing else to work with. He really pulled it off.”
Icon Male and Noelle released the debut volume of “Prisoner of War” in October 2014, and the movie immediately helped place the studio on the map as a premiere producer of gay erotica. XCritic.com reviewer John Boy wrote, “I highly recommend this movie. Nica Noelle knows how to mix together hard bodied men, military uniforms and sparse prison cells and end up with one hot fuck flick that will turn on every one of your senses.”
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As an innovator in gay erotica Icon Male recently received Cybersocket’s 2016 Best New Site Award and 2015 Awards nomination for Best New Company plus, XBIZ 2015 Awards nominations for Gay Movie of the Year for “Forgive Me Father,” and Gay Director of the Year for Nica Noelle.
Movies from Icon Male are unique to the gay marketplace and embody what fans have come to expect from Nica Noelle and Mile High Media – genuine and intimate exchanges between performers featuring forbidden sex, emotion and compelling storyline.
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Mile High Media has been a pillar of the adult industry for over 20 years. The Canadian managed company began as a Canadian licensee for American adult movies, ensuring it distributed only the highest quality content. Understanding the diverse and ever changing needs of its consumer base, Mile High determined the best way to provide a wide array of superior entertainment was to produce its own. In 2003, Mile High launched Doghouse Digital, the first of its acclaimed lines catering to specific niches. Growing market trends and demand led Mile High to create Sweetheart Video (lesbian line), Sweet Sinner (couple line), Reality Junkies (reality gonzo line), Male Reality (gay reality gonzo line) and recently launched Icon Male (gay romance line). With over 2000 titles, Mile High’s studios yield some of the most viewed adult movies in the world, available on all platforms, including broadcast, IPTV, VOD and mobile applications. Mile High is committed to evolve alongside consumers tastes, reflecting new developments in technology and entertainment. This philosophy led AEBN.net to name Mile High the 2012 Studio of the Year. For more information, visit www.MileHighOnline.com,