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  • Acteurs : Derek Long, Matthew Montgomery
  • Réalisateurs : Sean Abley
  • Format : PAL, Couleur, Dolby, Sous-titré
  • Audio : Anglais
  • Sous-titres : Français
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : WE & co
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 21 janvier 2009
  • Durée : 91 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B001LQR8SE
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 128.874 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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Après avoir été frappé par la foudre, le Dr. Bill Matthews se retrouve à l'hôpital, soigné par le très sexy Craig. Le jeune interne est lui-même survivant d'un accident similaire et il invite Bill à rejoindre un groupe secret dont l'objectif est d'atteindre l'extase par l'électricité. Très vite, les deux hommes s'engagent dans une relation physique survoltée et développent un appétit insatiable pour tout ce qui peut les électrifier, mais ce n'est jamais assez Rien ne pourra arrêter Bill dans sa recherche de la décharge ultime

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Après avoir été frappé par la foudre, le Dr. Bill Matthews se retrouve à l'hôpital, soigné par le très sexy Craig. Le jeune interne est lui-même survivant d'un accident similaire et il invite Bill à rejoindre un groupe secret dont l'objectif est d'atteindre l'extase par l'électricité. Très vite, les deux hommes s'engagent dans une relation physique survoltée et développent un appétit insatiable pour tout ce qui peut les électrifier, mais ce n'est jamais assez. Rien ne pourra arrêter Bill dans sa recherche de la décharge ultime...

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Par soso le 14 avril 2012
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Film gay de science fiction limite inclassable car il est original, c'est pas loin d'une addiction à l'électricité.Acteur qui joue aussi dans le fil "recherche relation stable".
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40 internautes sur 46 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9604f714) étoiles sur 5 gay geeks unite! 18 mars 2008
Par M. Mishkoff - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Tired of AIDS, coming of age, that first relationship, and campy fabulousness being the only subjects of queer cinema? Ready for a gay film where the sexual orientation of the characters is treated in a matter-of-fact manner and secondary to the actual storytelling? Do you like good ole fashioned sci-fi/horror genre entertainment? Then Socket is a movie you'll want to check out.

I managed to catch this at the LA G&L film festival last year, and I have to say it was a breath of fresh year. I'm gay, but I'm also a true blue geek who loves good sci-fi and horror movies. And let's face it, it's not like anyone is trampling over themselves to make movies for gay geeks. So to discover Socket, with it's quirky premise, solid writing, and great performances, that just also happened to have some super steamy sex scenes thrown in, was truly a nice surprise. I'm glad to see that the film secured a distributor so that more people will be able to see it - and I hope that it's a big success so that more movies like it will get made in the future.
18 internautes sur 21 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x96207e40) étoiles sur 5 Socket to me 24 avril 2008
Par Danimaniac - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I enjoyed this movie. Even though it's not the best movie of any of the genres it crosses, it certainly is not "the worst gay movie ever", as touted in the hyperbolic reviews which trash it. SOCKET has a unique premise and carries it out well. Without over-analyzing the physics or having a degree in engineering, I was able to sit back and enjoy a fun ride with likable characters and a light presentation. I was a little disappointed because, I don't know why, I expected more gore. I guess when I learned of the concept of the movie, I thought it sounded very David Cronenberg... so I imagined there'd be more gore. One of the positive aspects of the movie is that it is a movie with gay characters that isn't about being gay. I think it has cross-over appeal for a hetero audience not afraid of seeing men naked as much as we see Sharon Stone naked in her "thrillers". Also, the nudity isn't as gratuitous as other reviwews here would have you believe. This isn't one of those movies that's all about sex & naked gays with a loose story hung around it. Here, the story and characters come first. I think the problem other reviewers had with this movie was a preconcieved notion of what they were going to see. I was disappointed with the lack of gore when I was expecting buckets, but I realize it wasn't the movie makers' fault I expected that without knowing the movie well before seeing it. I guess the movie is at least unique in the fact that its premise has a lot of possibilities- I think it is worth a look with an open mind and few preconcieved notions.
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HASH(0x962388f4) étoiles sur 5 - A Very Original Premise with a Too Common Plot - 26 mars 2008
Par Franklin Hummel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
*Note: There are minor spoilers in this review.* --- SOCKET is a good SF horror film. The disappointing thing is, it could have been a great one. --- This movie's creative concept is that some people who are struck by lightning are then able to become quasi-sexually stimulated by electricity. These few meet together in a small, secret group and give themselves electrical highs. --- SOCKET then becomes the horror cliché story of a Strange Thing (blood, brain parts, salt, lifeforce, etc.) That Becomes An Addiction and ends with another cliché, The Horror Still Lives! --- (The Strange Addiction theme can be done with greatness: watch Roger Corman's X - THE MAN WITH THE X-RAY EYES.) --- This is a well-done movie even with a low-budget that had to be filmed in 9 days. Many of the actors are excellent; one reason I bought this DVD was for Matthew Montgomery, who I've followed since his appearance in a fan-made STAR TREK web episode. --- The main reason I bought it is I *really* love SF&F&H and if it's gay-related that's a *big* plus. --- Beyond its standard plot, there are several serious problems that make enjoying SOCKET difficult. First, the movie's transfer to DVD seems to have been done at a low audio level. Once the film began I had to turn my TV's volume to nearly twice it's normal level to make it audible. (After the end credits, I was blasted by loud music when the disc returned to the menu.) --- Next, of great importance in all speculative film/fiction is to have a consistent universe *within* its story. SOCKET fails this in two ways. There is the often presence of TVs with static-filled screens. I had thought the electrically-charged character's body interfered with electronics, but this was contradicted by his using a cell phone and computer without problems. In the commentary, you learn the director *forgot* to film the explanation for the TVs, but even if this had been used, it's still not consistent in the movie. --- (The commentary is badly-made; some people on it can barely be heard and at one point there is an unexplained silence for 3 minutes.) --- Another internal universe concept in SOCKET is obsessive-compulsive neatness developes in these lightning-struck individuals. This is explained as "Energy is order." Scientifically that's wrong; energy is imbalance and chaos. (Re: E=MC2 & entropy & opening-credits' lightning.) This then contradicts many events, resulting in my often being "taken-out of the movie". --- Finally, one of the *worst* distractions was during the characters' "power-ups". I am 96% sure the sound used during these was of the original STAR TREK's "Enterprise" increasing its warp speed! --- It was very pleasarable to watch a movie where the central characters were gay men and this wasn't vital to the story; the same with the occasional nudity. However I was disturbed by what I felt was a rape of one man by the other, without any follow-up to this. --- I feel the reason I've been so critical in this review goes back to my original comment: SOCKET is a good SF horror film that could have been a great one. I suggest SOCKET as a should-see, and for gay SF&F&H fans, a must-buy. Just know you might be disappointed at times.
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Par astrorev - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The premise of this movie is intriguing and the allegorical parallels to drug addiction are actually well portrayed. Unfortunately the very low production values seriously degrade this film. Let's face it, open heart surgery in a dimly lit room that looks like it's in a warehouse basement??! I could go on and on with examples of not only poor sets, but of cheesy lighting, poor sound, and horror elements that are about as scary as shelling peanuts. The transfer quality to the dvd is pretty awful, too; washed out colors, & erratic volume. Perhaps this movie was more enjoyable on the big screen?? Two stars for the eye candy and maybe a half star for the effort...
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HASH(0x96233f18) étoiles sur 5 Enjoyable 15 juin 2009
Par Lasha - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I have to admit after reading the reviews I waited until this movie went on sale to purchase it. I wasn't expecting much. However, I was pleasantly surprised to find I really enjoyed this movie. The two leads, Bill and Craig (Matthew Montgomery from "Gone, But Not Forgotten") had great chemistry together and the plot was extremely original.

Now I have seen better production values on a Sci-Fi channel Saturday night movie, but for a low-budget, sci-fi and gay-themed film this movie is far better than say "Boa vs. Python" or "Megasnake."

Take a chance on this film, I think you'll like it.
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