Behold the Gayest, Sexiest ‘Star Wars’ Sequel Ever (NSFW)

Behold the Gayest, Sexiest ‘Star Wars’ Sequel Ever (NSFW)

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Editor’s Note: All of the links in this story are NSFW.

If you’ve ever wondered what imperial stormtroopers do when they’re not busy hunting droids and shooting rebels, Los Angeles-based artist Venfield8 has created a very unofficial four-part series inspired by Star Wars that’ll satisfy your curiosity. The private lives of stormtroopers apparently involve a lot of muscles, rhinestone-covered helmets and male frontal nudity, which makes sense — it must get really muggy and confining in those uniforms all the time.

His series is called MOONR8KR and it’s more or less a series of short art films featuring nude men in a bedazzled stormtrooper helmet. He releases one a year and none of them really have a plot. There’s no Yoda, Luke Skywalker, Darth Vadar, Rylo Ken or Jar Jar Binks (thank god). In fact, it seems to take place on planet Earth though who knows, maybe it’s some planet in the Dagobah system.

In chronological order, there’s MOONR8KR #1 A Messenger Arrives” in which a tattooed, disco-headed stormtrooper on all fours arches his back in soil; “MOONR8KR #2, The Fame” in which a furry stormtrooper sits rudely on a see-through chair before strutting nude through his neighborhood; and MOONR8KR Reborn” which actually looks like it should be a commercial for an intergalactic cologne called “Death Star.”

The latest installment came out two days ago, which kind of makes it The Last Jedi of the MOONR8KR series. It’s called “MOONR8KR: Of the Night”  and it follows the exploits of a lean, nocturnal stormtrooper who has a seductive relationship with several trees in his secret garden. It’s probably our favorite in the series mostly because of the lead actor and his, uhhh, talent. We like it almost as much as the Star Wars gay porn parody. Five stars.

But if you dig the MOONR8KR series, check out Venfield8’s other films, “Duo,” “Bear Hill,” and “For Your Gods” — they’re all erotic and not a bad way to spend some time on Planet Earth.

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