My first porn review in several months reveals that people are still fucking in that house.
Gram’s Dirty Dozen of 2013 (powered by Gamelink)
Mia Malkova is not some wizened strip of sex jerky, walking amongst the cranes and helipads of Downtown L.A. in director Mason’s “Erotica X.” In fact, had she skipped lunch, she might have blown right off the roof.
Nikki Benz takes over Porn Valley in “Benz Mafia,” but the film doesn’t answer the question of why she’d want to.
Kiki D’aire talks with Gram Ponante about her role in 2000’s “Camp Erotica,” managing a porn agency, guys who can’t get it up, and meeting girls who remind her of her.
I may be wrong, but I think women like Angelina Jolie much more than men do; she is devastatingly attractive in that way women like but that men quickly tire of, since there’s no payoff. With Chanel Preston, there is only payoff.
“…so many people (who don’t write porn) talk about how easy it is to write a porn script…”
Any poor shmoe can tell you that there is nothing more lonely than being loved “like a friend.” Follow hapless Anthony Rosano as he tries to break free of “The Friend Zone” in this excellent couples’ film from New Sensations.
You’d think that, facing extinction, humanity wouldn’t bother with condoms.
“Portrait of A Call Girl” is my favorite porn movie in a long time.
“Unemployment Benefits” suggests that hot women cannot get jobs in America, which is shocking.
“Vanilla Sky” meets “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” in the vagina of Inari Vachs
“You’re more exciting than his hands, I hope,” says Bobbi Starr
What makes “Jeopardy!” worth getting into isn’t in the movie at all, but in the fascinating Behind the Scenes footage available on the DVD.
“A Little Part of Me” is porn for people who like scented candles.
Max Hardcore should have written and directed this movie.
“Malice” might well be Sasha Grey’s last big feature for a while, now that she’s all famous and stuff, so, if not for the chance to see a dwarf or actual nipples (courtesy of Jesse Capelli and Mackenzee Pierce) in Jumbo’s Clown Room, see it for Sasha.
…the “Sex & the City” parody is much more satisfying than the original show, which left me feeling guilty after each viewing because I always wanted to shoot certain characters in the face.
Maybe the girls don’t all look like Kirsten Price, Kaylani Lei, and Alektra Blue where you live, but you will recognize their characters in “Dinner at Frankie’s,” and that’s what makes this movie special.