Jaxson diverted from the reality TV genre with his next film, The Haunting, an erotic ghost story.
The film was praised particularly for its character development, plot, and attention to detail.
The article, He & He & He, was later adapted into a play titled "Gay Sex" for a Vassar College student's senior thesis.
The writer led a panel discussion with Morecock, Jaxson, and Sebastian on life, love, and their art porn movement.
A new roster of exclusively signed models was recruited including Mason Star, Gabriel Clark, and Tommy Defendi.
The look and feel of the films also changed drastically, with more attention to cinematography and editing.
This is a timeless story that will live on each halloween to come!
This project was the last appearance for Max Ryder.
Together they induct doe-eyed Mason Star, a newcomer to NYC, into their group.
All three guys have one thing in common: they will do whatever is needed to achieve their goals... Also starring Marc Dylan, Kennedy Carter, Gabriel Clark and Turk Mason, "Name of the Game" is the first scripted feature from Cocky
In June 2013, Jaxson garnered international headlines when the New York Daily News revealed that his former business partner was Glenn Greenwald, the journalist behind the National Security Agency scandal.
Additionally, Cocky Boys signed a professional dancer they named Jett Black in 2013 who was subsequently expelled from the Royal Winnipeg Ballet for his work with the studio.