"It’s hard to know where to begin with BuckleRoos; it’s that good. But even more, it’s that much fun! That’s the secret of BuckleRoos: It’s a fabulous, fun fuck flick; a hard-core gay porn western fantasy romantic comedy. There’s nothing to compare it to. While so much gay porn takes itself too seriously, BuckleRoos is a hoot. Hell, it’s a hootenanny! Still, where do you start? Do you start with the directors? Jerry Douglas has been making gay porn since the 1970s; he helped invent the thing. John Rutherford has practically turned it into an art form, first at Falcon and now as the head wrangler at Colt, where he has here revived its once-sizzling Buckshot production label. Imagine Robert Altman and Steven Spielberg working together and you get the idea. Or do you start with the cast? Every single man in BuckleRoos is at his absolute sexual peak. The diversity is astonishing: from lean, lithe and barely legal to mighty-muscled hard bodies who’ve seen it all. There are eager newcomers, seasoned veterans and at least one break-out star turn. Most are uncut, and the different ways they fool with their foreskins are worth the price of the video alone. Or do you start with the production standards? Todd Montgomery’s photography, Andrew Rosen’s editing, plus the lighting, sets and music are impeccable, better than some mainstream videos. The opening scene is a crane shot of a pick-up truck driving into a ranch. A crane shot? Nobody does crane shots in porn! Or you start with the story? Nobody, but nobody, does story porn better than Jerry Douglas, and this is his masterpiece. Here the sex and story are so thoroughly interwoven that you can’t have one without the other - and each makes the other more exciting. So, come and listen to a story about a Man in Black. No, it’s not Johnny Cash, but Zak Spears in a non-sexual role - though this man is more sexual fully clothed than most men are buck-naked. He plays a mystical figure - ghost, spirit, fairy godfather? - who dispenses magical belt buckles. While most belt buckles keep pants on, these keep pulling them off. He stays to watch what happens and even helps things along." Quoting a review by Jameson Rodgers.