[This post contains mentions of James Deen. I no longer support him or his work.] January 24th, 2013 I was really excited to watch the latest video from Wolf Hudson’s website, as it starred Kimberly Kane, but turns out it was just a 9-minute smothering video and only about 3 minutes contained actual naked pussy over mouth. My next choice of smut, then, was the Hangover parody — James Deen’s scene with Dana Dearmond. At one point I minimized it, and suddenly it sounded like a tiger tearing flesh. APPARENTLY THIS WAS HAPPENING: Something similar took place earlier in the month when I was watching Kristina Rose: Unfiltered. Is this a hot new ~thing~? Please say no. It hurts my skin. Throughout all of . . . read more
Wolf Hudson is a hunky, versatile pornstar who also happens to be a wonderful human being. One of the best things he’s ever done was a scene with Kimberly Kane and Danny Wylde. He now has a paysite, Wolf Hudson Is Bad. Read my full review of it here.
Do you know how many years it’s been since Bend Over Boyfriend? I hate to break it to you (and myself), but 1998 was 14 years ago. While you were suffering through “Hooch” and “Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It,” while Bill Clinton was not having sexual relations with that woman, and while some dumb new search engine was launching, Carol Queen and some couples were making a video that was soon to change the landscape of sexuality. They didn’t know what to call their crazy groundbreaking sex act or how to make a video without neon lights and jug-jug-a-jug guitar noodling in the background, but by golly, they were into it. And ahead of the curve: the term “pegging” wouldn’t be coined . . . read more
[Wolf’s site no longer exists, but you can still stream his performances here or on Kink.com. ] Wolf Hudson looks like the kind of guy who owns more than a few sets of brass knuckles, but in actuality, he is a sweetheart with killer dance moves who hangs out with cats and tweets mouthwatering pictures of his mom’s Dominican food. I first laid eyes on him in Shifting Gears, and I’ve considered him a BAMF ever since his scene in My Own Master, so when he asked me to review his newly-launched paysite, I had to say yes. I have never reviewed a website before, but DON’T WORRY I AM VERY CRITICAL OF THEM TOO. Wolf Hudson Is Bad is still in its infancy — it . . . read more
[This post contains mentions of James Deen. I no longer support him or his work.] August 5th, 2010 Today I watched Justine Joli: Lost with Saraid, which I had been eagerly anticipating. Very quickly realized it was a mistake to have anticipated it. Despite some awesome pairings, the camera angles consistently lacked close-up genital shots (which Saraid and I live for), plus the scenery was terrible and the between-scenes stuff was amazingly bad. I would not have survived without our conversation. Epiphora: this is so dramatic. is this a sitcom? hello houses Saraid: I feel like bob saget should pop up Epiphora: bob saget loves sasha grey Scene one: Justine Joli and Claire Adams. Now, I believe that rose petals can be used . . . read more
There is something about Kimberly Kane’s brain that I really like. My Own Master, her latest directorial movie, reminds me exactly why. Static on the TV in the background? Sailor hats? Music that I actually like? What is this? Surely it cannot be a porno. A little creativity goes a long way in porn. Remember Kimberly’s Live In My Secrets, with a Jesus painting, a gumball gag, a dude in a horse sling, and fake blood? Yeah, that was awesome. And so is My Own Master. My Own Master (which is shot by Eon McKai) begins with an awesome song by Deathelectric, and Kimberly smoking and making sexyfaces at the camera while wearing a sailor hat, denim jacket, a collar . . . read more
Genre: Bisexual Director: Chi Chi LaRue Length: 1 hour, 25 minutes Cast: Cameron Marshall, Ryan Alexander, Lola, Lee Stephens, Shy Love, Britney Amber, Blake Riley, Johnny Hazzard, Wolf Hudson, Cody Springs, Krystal Kali Special Features: PopShot-on-Demand, Behind the Scenes (6 minutes, not bad), Wrap it Up (a PSA for condom use asking “is it really that much hotter without a condom?”) Audio/Video Quality: The video is presented in letterboxed widescreen format. The video is clear, as is the audio. The lighting isn’t wonderful; some shots are a bit dark or shadowed due to the indoor setting; other shots are overly lit. There is music layered under the scenes; it’s fairly unobtrusive and not especially ridiculous, but I still wish it . . . read more