“It’s weird, it’s creepy, it’s tragic — it’s the thrill that’ll wreck your life.”
Gram’s Dirty Dozen of 2013 (powered by Gamelink)
Both for Easter Monday and April Fools, I’m reminded of “Malice in La La Land” starring Sasha Grey, one of many high-minded and big-budget independent productions that occasionally sweep through Porn Valley and are rarely heard from again.
I don’t think something horrible in Flower Tucci’s vagina made Sasha Grey leave porn.
Lorelei Lee has co-written “Cherry,” the first mainstream movie about the porn industry written by a porn performer.
“Yeah, that’s a lot of sperm getting on me,” notes drake. “That’s why I take off the blue dress.”
Sasha Grey’s “Neu Sex” doesn’t actually have sex in it. How refreshing!
What is it about Elegant Angel’s new “Bush” movie that makes me think of an American Apparel campaign to sell merkins?
How many times have I introduced Lucy Liu as Jennifer Aniston at my dinner parties?
“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.
“This inhuman place makes human monsters” – Danny Torrance
“Well, maybe not racy for you…”
Because porn performers are rarely recognized for their work, it seems fitting that this homespun-seeming garage band of an event reflects the quality of the average porn movie.
“I got things you won’t believe/Name your pleasure I will sell/I can fix your wildest needs/I got heaven and I got hell.”
“The ‘going rate’ for talent is decided by the purchaser in an open free market and I have exercised my right to purchase or not make a purchase,” said Mullen.
“Fly Girls” was so good I actually gave it to my friend for his birthday. If I had given him “Flight Attendants,” he would no longer be my friend.
I will be presenting the Best Actress trophy at this year’s XBiz Awards, but I am unsure of how I should comport myself.
You think anyone else is looking out for your best interest? Come over here, Baby: I’ll take care of you.
In a very real way, all porn is good. But the following titles were better.
“Someday soon, you’re going to have families of your own. And if you’re lucky, you’ll remember the little moments, like this, that were good.”