Vincent Van Patten) and Jeff (Peter Barton), who have to spend the night in a haunted house occupied by a psycho-slasher. The girlfriends go along, too.
But it's not just about the beefcake. I could swear that Seth and Jeff were being presented a same-sex couple, in spite of some heterosexual dalliances.
1. When in danger, the two together as tightly as boy-girl couples in heterosexist flicks.
3. Jeff escapes from the haunted house and runs into town. When no one believes him he steals a gun, uses it to hijack a car, and rushes back to rescue -- not his girlfriend, who is already dead -- but boyfriend Seth.
Director Tom DeSimone got his start directing gay porn in the 1970s, so it is understandable that he might accentuate the beefcake and the bonding.