"A Gay Version Of 'Sex And The City'" - New York Post
A witty, sexy comedy which cleverly balances gay cynicism with old-fashioned romance, Slutty Summer tells of one young gay guy's adventures in steamy New York City. Lanky blond Marcus (writer-director Casper Andreas) gets a sudden reality check in gay fidelity after catching his lover in bed with another. Picking up the pieces, Marcus gets a job at a restaurant where he is befriended by a group of lovelorn waiters who school him on re-entering the dating scene. Taking the advice of "sl--ping around" as the best medicine, Marcus tries his luck but quickly falls for pouty-lipped coworker Tyler, who's definitely not good dating material. Is he on track to love the wrong man again, and is promiscuity really the answer? Set to a great soundtrack, Slutty Summer pulsates with great dialogue, flashes of hot flesh and a bevy of sex-craved characters.