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Just got a call from a porndtar’s husband!!! 

Last night a call was placed to this pornstars cell phone from a ‘middleman’ asking if she and a friend would be interested in paying some special attention to some Japanese friends of a certain US Federal Agency!

According to the husband, a rep from the US Agency himself placed the call for a referral and wanted two girls to meet these Japanese businessmen as a means of solidifying a contract between the government agency and these Japanese partners.

According to the husband, the references were checked out and it was infact a government agency representative that placed the call for a referral for this sexual encounter.

The 2 girls showed up to a hotel, met a guy in the lobby who handed them 2 Bank fo America Cashiers checks. The girls went up to the specified rooms and played with the Japanese guys noodles until they got all the sauce out of them!!!

HERE COMES THE PROBLEM!! This morning the pornstar and her friend went to the bank to cash the checks, and the B of A rep let them both know they were duped, they were paid in FAKE cashiers checks!!

Calls are beung made now to get cash to make up for this blunder, and if not, then names will be posted and this will no longer be an anonymous post!!!!


LOS ANGELES – Vivid Entertainment has been notified that it has won awards for three of its films at the annual 2005 Empire Awards selected by Adult DVD Empire.

Vivid’s The New Devil In Miss Jones won Best Feature DVD and Best DVD Commentary Awards while Where The Boys Aren’t took the honor for Best Classic DVD. Jenna Loves Pain a Vivid co-production with ClubJenna starring Jenna Jameson, which is distributed by Vivid, was awarded the title of Best Fetish DVD.

“We’re delighted with these honors, which are yet another acknowledgement of the great job director Paul Thomas did with The New Devil in Miss Jones and the power of our Where the Girls Aren’t franchise,” said Howard Levine, LFP’s National Sales Manger for Vivid. He noted that The New Devil in Miss Jones also won nine AVN Awards in January.

Shannon Nutt, Editorial Director for Adult DVD Empire, said “I really feel this year’s winners reflect the true top-notch efforts of the adult industry in 2005, and I’m quite happy with the results – all of this year’s winners are deserving.”

 To see the 2005 Empire Award winners visit www.empireawards.com/winners.


SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA – Exotic adult actress Stormy Daniels has launched a new Club Stormy Website under the management of Jenna Jameson’s company, ClubJenna, Inc.

The new site includes sizzling photos and videos featuring the performer, whose sultry look reflects her Irish and Cherokee Indian extraction. She has appeared as a contract actress for Wicked in numerous best-selling adult films, most recently “Watching Samantha,” “Neighbors” and “Internal Affairs.” She also appeared with Jenna Jameson in “Jenna’s Star Power,” released in 2005, and has directed two films, “Private Eyes” and “Second Thoughts.”

Stormy’s ClubJenna site includes a candid diary in which she keeps her fans posted on her daily activities and schedule of gentlemen’s clubs appearances, store signings and other public events.  Stormy has just launched her own video line, so the new site will be a place her fans will be able to get a great inside look at Stormy’s life on set.

In one recent post she dished some kiss-and-tell gossip in a heads up on a new mainstream part, writing that “I auditioned for a part in Courtney Cox’s new TV show ‘Dirt’ and got it! In the first episode, I get to make out with Lakers star Rick Fox!! We shoot on March 14th. I’ll keep you posted.”

“Stormy is HOT and she is an amazing performer!  We are super excited to be working with her and we made sure we built a site that her fans would love as much as they looove her!” says Jenna.

ClubStormyDaniels also gives subscribers access to 24/7 live chat featuring Stormy and other adult stars, a click-and-use Stormy Daniels downloadable wallpaper section, links to her blog on myspace.com, and a candid autobiographical section in which she reveals her birthday (March 17th), and the fact that she’s “really into horses. They are my passion! The only regret I have about being in the adult business is that my hectic travel schedule has forced me to temporarily give up riding.”

For a tour visit http://members.clubstormydaniels.com.


CHATSWORTH, Calif. – The second contract star to ever sign with Adam & Eve, Austym Moore has left the company to seek other options.

“There are no hard feelings. I just decided at this point that I’m better off on my own,” said Moore, who did not sign on for another year when her contract with Adam & Eve expired on March 1.

Katy Zvolerin, spokeswoman for the company, said Adam & Eve and Moore came to a mutual agreement not to renew her contract. “We would love to work with her again in the future and we wish her the best,” she said.

Moore, who stars with fellow contract star Carmen Luvana in the recently released The Contractor, is noted for signing with Adam & Eve last March without previous adult film experience.

Jamie Michaels, Moore’s manager, said he supports Moore’s decision to leave Adam & Eve. “She made some good movies for them and now I think she made the right decision and she can now pursue other opportunities,” he said.

“The way our phone is ringing today, I don’t think we’re going to have any problems finding work.” Moore said she has completed eight features for the company, but so far only three have been released.

Moore’s next release is University of Austyn 2 set for release on Monday..She can also be seen in the upcoming Carmen & Austyn, also starring Luvana and set for release on March 13, as well as Headmaster 2 scheduled for later this year.


LAS VEGAS – Former adult performer Clarissa Doll apparently took hr own life and was found dead the week fo March 6 at a home in Las Vegas.

Doll was close friends with director/producer Joe Gallant, who said in a statement “I worked with her for four or five years ago,” said her friend Terry. “She was one of the few models who actually looked as good in person as in her promotional pictures.”

Doll also worked as a Budweiser Girl, featured on Playboy Channel’s Sexcetera, E!’s Wild On, VH1’s Centerfold Babylon, on ESPN promotional spots, and HBO’s Real Sex series. Doll also could be found doing numerous print modeling.

Doll made her porn debut in 2004’s The Luv Generation which an AVN Award for best pro am in 2005. She also was featured in Manhattan Girls and in Wild in the Streets.


CHATSWORTH, Calif. – Director Michael Ninn’s production company, Ninn Worx, has recently signed its first female director in Lorraine Sisco (aka Tall Goddess). The statuesque German was signed to a deal directing four titles a year for the company.

Ninn Worx will release Sisco’s first feature, Clique, on March 8. As Sisco told AVN.com, Clique is “about a ‘haunted’ house with a lot of sexual energy from all the things that have happened in it. Visitors come into the house and they can’t help but be overcome by the energy.”

Sisco, herself, has acted in some solo scenes and done box covers for Ninn and Andrew Blake. Not surprisingly, she also has a history in runway modeling, in Europe. Apparently, Sisco brings her fashionista tendencies to her work, as she told AVN.com that Clique has very elaborate fashion in it, and that she’s going to strive to combine adult with high fashion in her future titles. 

Sisco explained that her first feature was shot in a very non-linear, stylistic way, characteristic of other Ninn Worx titles. She also mentions the aggressive female performances in the feature.

“I’m not very interested in performances that have no energy. I’m always encouraging the female performers to put out more energy, and reverse the usual male/female roles.”

Clique has five scenes, and includes performances by Jamie Huxley, Charlotte Stokely, Havannah Ginger, Tyra Banxxx, Katie Morgan, Teanna Kai, Jenaveve Jolie, James Deen and Randy Spears.

“It’s a real sexual adventure,” enthused Sisco.

Ninn Worx is distributed by Red Light District. For more information on Clique and Ninn Worx, go to www.ninnworx.com.


Fayner Posts: Had some people over last night ’cause it was my mother’s final night here and she was cooking me a lamb roast. TR, Keith, Tyler, Travis and Pablo Diablo showed up, everyone ate.

Travis, though, found himself cornered by Pablo’s dog in the kitchen, all howling and pissed off.

No one knew why until I noticed meat juice seeping through his pant pocket. Travis stole some lamb. He didn’t need to, I would have given him all he wanted.

The dog was the prettiest thing to give Travis the time of day in a long long time.


Docurama presents
Debbie Does Dallas: Uncovered (2005)“Maybe now she’s living in Wisconsin, making cheese. I don’t know.”
Eric Edwards (Rob Everett)

Review By: Mark Zimmer

Published: March 15, 2006

Stars: A.J. Cohen, Eric Edwards, Herschel Savage, Robin Byrd, Bob Burge, R. Bolla,
Other Stars: Bill Kelly, Pat Livingstone, Dan Hanks
Director: Francis Hanly

MPAA Rating: Not Rated for (nudity, sexuality, language, drug use)
Run Time: 00h:47m:17s
Release Date: March 14, 2006
Genre: documentary

C C- C- B+ B+ 0

DVD Review

The 1978 porn film Debbie Does Dallas was important in the mainstreaming of pornography, with a scandalous lawsuit giving it publicity. Probably the most-seen piece of smut after Deep Throat and The Devil in Miss Jones, it’s still a popular item today. This documentary, by filmmaker Francis Hanly, takes a brief look at the success of the film, its aftermath and the whereabouts of the stars today.

Although it’s a concept that more than sells itself, the results don’t quite live up to the possibilities. Although the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders’ lawsuit is touched on briefly, the substance of the suit and its results are passed over in silence. With one exception, none of the female stars are willing to discuss the film at all. A few of the male stars are willing (though none are very proud of their work), but watching them watch a DVD of a porn film that they acted in 25 years earlier is hardly compelling viewing. Altogether too much of the documentary is devoted to undercover FBI agents who were putting on a sting for the producer, Mickey Zaffarano, though it’s only tangentially related to Debbie.

Debbie herself, Bambi Woods, vanished from sight shortly after the film’s production, and various websites have reported her as having died of an overdose in 1986. Porn distributor Bob Burge theorizes that if she were, in fact, dead, she’d be easier to find. After tracking down her parents, Burge decided to respect her desires for privacy. The filmmakers apparently also tried to track her down, but they failed completely. Their attempts might have been interesting, but they’re rather skimmed over too. Several moving segments include the efforts of star R. Bolla to do legitimate acting, only to be betrayed by his agent, apparently upon her discovery that he had once done porn.

Although there’s plenty of nudity, the hardcore content is put well out of focus or cropped to keep things at a softcore level. That reticence is symptomatic of the film’s uneven attitude; although it’s more than happy to capitalize on the notoriety of the underlying smut, it quietly tut-tuts and cautions about the naughty content, the use of drugs (including the later overdose of one of the female stars), connections with the underworld, victimization of actresses, and other ills. It’s ultimately a somewhat hypocritical cross of leering enjoyment and prudish conservatism that doesn’t really fulfill the promise of the concept.

Rating for Style: C
Rating for Substance: C-

Image Transfer

Aspect Ratio 1.85:1 – Widescreen
Original Aspect Ratio yes
Anamorphic no

Image Transfer Review:

The widescreen presentation is, oddly, nonanamorphic. The film appears to have been shot on video, with the resultant lack of detail magnified by the lack of anamorphic enhancement. Color is reasonably good, though the palette is generally subdued. The Debbie clips are from a videotape sourced from an appropriately grungy print.

Image Transfer Grade: C-

Audio Transfer

 LanguageRemote Access
DS 2.0 English no

Audio Transfer Review:

The 2.0 audio is quite clean, without any significant issues. The ’70s porn music in the background comes from the surrounds on a ProLogic setup, making for an immersive 42nd Street experience.

Audio Transfer Grade: B+

Disc Extras

Static menu
Scene Access with 12 cues and remote access
Subtitles/Captions in English (closed captioning only)
4 Other Trailer(s) featuring
Bob Dylan: Don’t Look Back, Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills, Andy Goldsworthy: Rivers and Tides, The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill

Packaging: generic plastic keepcase
1 Disc
1-Sided disc(s)
Layers: single

Extra Extras:

  1. Bonus Documentary

Extras Review:

Other than four unrelated and dispensable trailers for other Docurama releases, the sole extra is the documentary Diary of a Porn Virgin (48m:32s, 2005), directed by Simon Egan. This documentary follows three people as they dip their toes into the UK pornography pool. Frankie, a 38-year-old woman, leaves the corporate world to do porn, initially for private use and then for commercial pictures. Sahara, a young Asian woman, leaves the fashion industry for sex films and becomes highly popular due to her ethnicity, while Lee is a petrol station worker who gets into the business almost accidentally. This documentary, unlike the main feature, is rather more unflinching and straightforward, looking dispassionately at the good and the bad of the experiences these three share. It’s intriguing and works quite well, leaving one to wonder what happens next.

Extras Grade: B+

Final Comments

This is a somewhat disappointing look at the making of of a classic ’70s porn flick, and the aftermath of its release. The video source isn’t the best, though the sound is good. The companion piece is far more interesting.

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