Trailer: Alex the Assassin

Here are some clips of Alex in action:

Get the full video in the clip store. The next video should be up in a few weeks, featuring another model making his second appearance!

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New Video: Alex the Assassin

The newest GuysOutCold video is up: Alex the Assassin.

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Alex is back, and this time, he’s playing an assassin charged with breaking into a foe’s apartment to dispatch him once and for all. Alex finds more than he bargained for, however, in the way of booby traps that knock him silly repeatedly, flatten him, shock him, blow him up and injure his foot. The video is about 10 minutes total, and Alex is in white socks for a good portion of it.

The trailer will be up tomorrow, but it’s available in the clip store now.

New Video: More of Matt’s Slapstick Antics

Happy fall! Just put up a new video on the site: More of Matt’s Slapstick Antics, featuring returning model Matt.

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Like Matt’s last video, this one is pretty simple: no plot, not much dialogue — just nonstop comedic kos. Matt gets knocked silly for more than 13 minutes straight: anvils, mallets, electric shocks — all the usual GuysOutCold fun! Also features a lot of focus on his feet in white socks and barefoot. Note there are no transformations/flattenings in this one.

Trailer tomorrow, but get it at the clip store now!

Teaser: Derek in the Quest Dimension

Here’s a look at Derek’s new video:

Get the full video at the clip store. And this isn’t the last you’ll see of Derek! For anyone disappointed that this video did not contain transformations/flattenings, you’ll be in for a real treat in the next one.

New Video: Derek in the Quest Dimension

Just posted the newest GuysOutCold video — Derek in the Quest Dimension.

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Derek is back, and this time, he’s faced with a series of tasks he must complete in order to escape the “Quest Dimension.” Those tasks will have him going through several clonks on the head, vore, electric shock, simulated tickling and all sorts of other silly shenanigans.

As with Victor’s video, this video comes in both a “serious” and “slapstick” form. Scene-wise, they largely are the same. The serious version includes no cartoon sound effects or graphics and an eerier soundtrack, whereas the slapstick version is more of the traditional GuysOutCold feel. The slapstick version also is slightly longer because it includes an extra scene at the end to keep with its comedic theme.

Note that there are no flattenings/transformations in either video.

I’ll have a trailer up tomorrow, but both videos are up on the clip store now.