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See this picture across the banner on the top of the page? The intriguing JACKtheZIPPER took a series of them starring me and the whippetlike trailergirl Marina Angel in a room of the Alexis Park Hotel in Vegas. As I get older (especially in this business), I worry about appearing creepy. Seriously, what am I…
You can’t spell Gump without Um…
Siffredi leaves a legacy of nearly 2,000 movies shot on three continents.
“…suggests a world in which on any given night there are more than a hundred transsexuals willing to babysit your child.”
“Show us the stretching of the Asian Starfish,” says Jake Malone breathlessly
Wouldn’t it be great if a pornographer were brave enough to name her movie after a Guess Who song? Dana Vespoli is that pornographer.
“Then why was there only one set of footprints?”
“Because I was fucking you.”
“You’re killing me,” Manuel Ferrara says to the great white Mia Malkova. “You’re like a shark.”
…we also wonder what other tricks scientists at the Manwin lab have in store to turn Selena Rose into the Latina Jesse Jane.
On a deeper level, “La Boutique” is a canny metaphor for porn piracy. Like the boutique itself, in which nothing is actually sold, tube sites don’t traffic in quality but actually traffic in traffic, and there’s a lot of traffic in that store.
Digital Playground puts out all these think-pieces, and sometimes I get confused about whether the work is metaphorical or if it really is just about fucking. You decide.
…(Ash Hollywood) is juicy and submissive in this role, ripe for unsettling things to happen to her…
“I couldn’tve loved her more in just her plain old everyday clothes.”
When James Deen’s gambling addiction threatens both his home and the life of his wife, Kayden Kross … nothing bad happens. The moral of “Losing Kayden” seems to be that divorcing an addict is a great idea if you’re hot already.
I’m always sad when the new “Performers of the Year” rolls out. Even though Lexi Belle and Asa Akira carried over from “Performers of the Year 2012,” it makes me wonder if Kagney Linn Karter, Kristina Rose, Jayden Jaymes, and Gracie Glam are on a junk heap somewhere being crushed into cubes.
In the middle of the California desert, beautiful women frolic on sensual furniture. We wonder: Who took the rest of their stuff? But then we think: If they’re happy, we’re happy.
I’m convinced that the future of porn most reliably rests in first-person adventures like Dani Daniels’ “Dare,” in which the movie is all about the personality of its star.
Is it possible to watch a movie made in 2010 and still find relevance to today’s world?
“Don’t let anyone make you feel ashamed. You’re smart and funny and real.”