The theme of the story of the new indie flick Parisukat [Square] is murder-mystery, a whodunnit tale of a gay serial killer in a creepy house. Aside from the tale of carnage, there are also carnal episodes among the actors, particularly the leads – former model and 90s sexy actor Toffee Calma [top pics] and comer Jeff Tatsuro [bottom pics]. Of course, you’ll have to watch the movie starting 10 March 2010 [Wednesday] at the Robinsons Galleria to find out who did the full monty in this one. By the way, the entire cast will be at the Galleria on Wednesday at 8.30 p.m. for the meet-and-greet.

Happy Flicks

Tomorrow is a holiday in the country, so why not head over to the cinemas to watch the showing of Little Boy/Big Boy, a new gay movie that “tells the tale of a carefree soul who is suddenly confronted with the responsibility of taking care of his seven-year-old nephew.” This one stars Paolo Rivero who bottoms for Douglas Robinson. It’s a happy movie that affirms the vision of director Joselito Altarejos and screen writer Lex Bonife that the homosexual is “not just an organism for pleasure but also a catalyst for unconditional love.” The movie will be screened starting 5 August 2009 at the Robinsons Galleria, Robinsons Ermita and Robinsons Bacolod theaters.

Speaking of Lex Bonife [who’s doing a bit role in this one, so I heard] and unconditional love, there’s another gay movie that is – mark your calendar again, guys – slated for showing on 12 August 2009. It’s called Showboyz and it stars the very controversial Kristofer King, shown above being flogged in the log by 90s sexy actor Toffee Calma. Showboyz, which is directed by Crisaldo Pablo, will be shown at the Robinsons Galleria, Robinsons Ermita, Remar Cubao, Isetann Recto and some theaters in Cebu and Davao.

WITWI Toffee Calma

Toffee Calma started out as one of Manila’s in-demand male models in the early 90s. When the modeling assignments got sparse, he went into acting – without his clothes on. He churned a considerable number of sexy movies, and he became fodder for the gay mags in his time due to the publicity photos. Eventually, he stopped doing movies when the era of soft-porn flicks ended. He is now into the networking business and reportedly, a researcher for a magazine show in one of the networks. Lately, he was in the news because of a libelous maid [“Nag-uuwi po ng lalaki ang amo ko“] on radio who wanted to collect her overdue salaries from Toffee. Toffee Calma was last seen at the recent Kadayawan Festival in Davao City this month.