“I’m (still) going to go (back) to a world where I have sex with beautiful women every day,” Deen says.
“You can’t flunk out of porn” is a rule with exceptions
It was like a J. Geils’ “Centerfold” moment for me, except I already knew Stoya when she was a centerfold.
A touching tribute to Christina Amphlett, 1959-2013
Lee Roy Myers directs James Deen as the character Quest in this ridiculous desert epic from the band Bend Sinister. Deen crosses the desert holding a boombox that continuously zaps him, and yet he doesn’t become sterile (He probably has his magic couch nearby). In the meantime he absorbs the majestic Dokkenesque bombast of Bend…
I talked with Deen in Las Vegas about the non-aggressive way he landed the Paul Schrader-directed Bret Easton Ellis adaptation “The Canyons” and about how he copes with his “crippling” shyness.
If 2 Live Crew met actual talent, they might have created a song like XL’s “Mean Bitches.”
These fragments would tell us a lot about Japanese culture if we were the type to believe that a culture’s pornography is any indication of that culture’s values.
It’s movies like the sweet and ridiculous “Wet Dream on Elm Street” that makes us fall in love with easy, naked women with big boobs all over again.
If you’re going to interview someone about his rum, the right thing to do is to have consumed a lot of it beforehand
“The Smurfs XXX” is a backstage look at the porn world through the filter of children’s programming.
Maybe it took the French Revolution to show us that hair doesn’t matter; that the virtues of liberté, égalité, et fraternité don’t raise barricades against the follicularly challenged.
In the depths of the Great Depression, only the antics of Slurpy Throatsluts and his gang of lovable vagabonds kept the nation’s minds of its troubles. Mister, we could use some Slurpy Throatsluts again.
Gram Ponante awkwardly conflates a horse race in Maryland with a porn star from Kentucky, just to show some naked pictures of Angelina Valentine.
It’s like the slave market in “Roots,” except they’re white Europeans and it’s an anus.
“These rings mean that, when I say sorry, I can put my wang back in your beav,” says Peter to Lois, and it’s true.
“…I felt that the characters’ quest to find gloryholes within the co-opted Aperture Corporation spoke to the struggle our community faces in bringing differing gender roles, body types, and sexual orientations to the screen.”
“…so many people (who don’t write porn) talk about how easy it is to write a porn script…”
Producers missed out when not including any footage from “Wired Pussy”
On these cold Los Angeles winter nights, make sure your labia are cozy