This year’s XRCO nominations, with links for further reading!
In the end, many of them cried.
Think about it: If Reese goes the porn route and comes on Sarah Connor’s face, how will she get pregnant with The King? Of the Future?
I don’t eat at those kinds of restaurants enough
Fear-based and founded on a high-concept lie (that the porn industry both encourages STDs and fails to treat them), the well-funded Yes on Measure B campaign passed—in my opinion—based solely on voter ignorance.
…it doesn’t take much imagination to remember that, 20 years ago, every single movie would have been a Hairy Girl release.
…So where is our “Rats in a maze, men in a cage” movie extrapolated from that quip in “Tango & Cash” and starring Katsuni in the porn version?
Perhaps Nina does love Ron, but then they go and fuck a bunch of other people and never see each other again.
“The Smurfs XXX” is a backstage look at the porn world through the filter of children’s programming.
This year’s XRCO Awards were a great fun time; a perfect encapsulation of the misplaced resentment, earnest good will, limited attention span, dark humor, poor planning, and uncalibrated sense of history that Porn Valley’s 4-decades-old adult industry is known for.
Director Axel Braun’s big-budget 3D adaptation of Francis Ford Coppola’s 1994 “Dracula” is impressive for its big cast and numerous sex scenes. I am particularly fond of the juicy Krissy Lynn, and it is great to see her and others being serviced while still wearing their coarse white washer-woman outfits, no doubt bought in bulk…
If an actor is but an instrument of the script, Bartholet is the biggest tool there is. In fact, he should be called Home Depothelet.
Andy San Dimas fucks the entire surviving citizenry of the planet Krypton in Axel Braun’s “Superman XXX,” which makes her a shoo-in for next year’s Best Interspecies Gangbang award.
Because there’s more than one way women can get ropey volleys lobbed across their faces and necks
It is fitting that this movie opened with a scene of disco-era club dudes cutting lines of cocaine.
The Na’bi discover the humans’ treachery and overthrow them, a storyline representative of Hustler’s longstanding support of indigenous cultures. But how come everything wasn’t blue?
“That is the stupidest thing I think I’ve ever read.”
It would have been a bold act of splitting the difference for director Braun to throw in a bi/interracial/wheelchair three-way. To the tune of “Red Barchetta.”
The best character in the movie is Alec Knight as Major Healy. Played by Bill Daily in the original, Knight nevertheless does a flawless Paul Lynde impression. Maybe he thought it was “Bewitched.”
“Glee XXX” is going to be fine. In light of recent events, how bad could it possibly be?