Men Next Door, The

Men Next Door, The

By Guest House Films

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Writer/director Rob Williams (Make The Yuletide Gay, Role/Play) returns with a new romantic comedy about finding love a little too close to home. As he reluctantly celebrates his 40th birthday, Doug (Eric Dean, star of Arizona Sky and Nine Lives) finds himself falling for two very different men - 50-year old Jacob (Michael Nicklin) and 30-year old Colton (Benjamin Lutz, star of The Love Patient, Bite Marks), who literally is the boy next door. But what he doesn't know is that the two men are, in fact, father and son!


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  • Director: Rob Williams
  • Producer: Rob Williams
  • Producer: Rodney Johnson
  • Writer: Rob Williams
  • Length: 1 hrs. 24 mins.
  • Rating: NR
  • Released: Nov 10 2017
  • Added: Nov 10 2017
  • TLA SKU: 1944892

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3 Reviews for Men Next Door, The

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Review by Robert O'Neill

By: Robert O'Neill
In-House Review - Sep 12 2012
Prolific gay writer/director/producer Rob Williams is back with a romantic comedy that follows a very unusual love triangle.

Doug (Eric Dean) is having a pretty crummy 40th birthday at the start of The Men Next Door. A quiet dinner party... Read More

Review by Kevin Matthews

By: Kevin Matthews
Film by film Rob Williams has gotten better and better but I still didn't see this one coming. After the brilliance that was MAKE THE YULETIDE GAY I didn't think he had anywhere else to go-- but boy, did this film prove me wrong!

It has b... Read More

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
I have been a fan of Rob Williams since his first film, "Long Term Companion" and let me just say that he keeps getting better and better. He explores our lives as gay men and then puts it all up on the screen. This time he goes in a bit of a differe... Read More

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