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“Ain’t no party like a Joe Gage party, ’cause a Joe Gage party don’t stop!”
“Some of the things that I’ve always liked about director Joe Gage are the authenticity of the performers and the settings of his productions. And, true to form, this one is cast and stage-set to perfection.
The man behind some of the best blue movies ever — he set a host of standards for gay fuck films which have been copied, imitated, but never improved upon, over the years since his debut in the 1970s. His technique of his early films remains thrillingly the same.” —Butch Harris, ManNetClosed Set Oral Report Trailer and VOD/DVD info HERE
“It’s raining as I type, not a cold stinging seasonal rain but a clammy, soupy rain that only says Christmas if you’re stuck outside of Mobile with the Memphis blues again. I don’t recall a Christmas with this much premonitory overhang. Usually after a tough year you hang your hopes on a better one to come, but nearly every other economic and media forecaster predicts that 2009 will be worse than 2008, that the pain train has barely left the station. No one is anticipating 2009 to be an up year; we’re all flattening ourselves against the wall and making ourselves inconspicuous, hoping it leaves us relatively unscathed. And yet I listen to the Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, and Jack Benny Christmas specials on Sirius Radio Classics, broadcast and taped during the daunting depths of WWII, and the tone of those shows is unbombastically upbeat, confident, and determined, a cool reprimand to gloom-mongering and self-pity prevailing today. It may have been a studied pose borne of necessity, but it’s worn well, and the songbirding of Peggy Lee, Rosemary Clooney, and Doris Day is what vanilla frosting would sound like with lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Merry Christmas, and on with the show.” —James Wolcott