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post Happy New Year

December 31st, 2008

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Mashup

This year’s Billboard Top 25 pop singles

DJ Earworm – United State of Pop 2008 (Viva La Pop)

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post Word Of Mouth

December 31st, 2008

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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, ManNet Closed Set Oral Report Trailer and VOD/DVD info  HERE

 

post You Must Remember This…

December 31st, 2008

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The last good-bye

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Remembering HERE 

post Guilty Pleasures

December 31st, 2008

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Wednesday Twofer

 

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post Word Of Mouth

December 30th, 2008

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“Gage’s preoccupation with the grittier side of hard-hunger vitalizes all the sordid scenes.”—Porn O’Phile, SINema

Closed Set Oral Report Trailer and VOD/DVD info  HERE

post The Burgler And The Swabbie…

December 30th, 2008

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INT BEDROOM ENTRANCE

 

GRANT BLALOCK, wearing a NRTC uniform and carrying a duffle bag and a navy coat over his arm, appears at the door leading to the bedroom and sees

 

INT BEDROOM 

 

SULLY is carrying a high-end leather jacket out of the walk-in closet.

 

SULLY

Hey, Ret, look what I found

 

Sully looks up and sees Grant.

 

SULLY

Oh.

 

The two men eye one another and a moment passes between them.

 

GRANT

Are… you a friend of Toby’s?

 

Sully pauses.

 

SULLY

Yeah. 

 

GRANT

              Ah…

 

Grant nods.

 

GRANT

You from down in town?

 

SULLY

(playing for time)

Uh, yeah…

 

GRANT

Where is he?

 

SULLY

              Who?

 

GRANT

              Toby.

 

SULLY

Uh, I don’t know. He’s around

here somewhere.

 

GRANT

              Who’s Ret?

 

SULLY

              A…friend. Of…Toby’s.

 

GRANT

Old pals, huh?

 

SULLY

Uh huh.

 

GRANT

So you know him pretty well.

 

SULLY

              Yeah.

 

GRANT

So how come you’re in my room?

 

Sully remains silent.

Grant notices what Sully is wearing.

 

GRANT

Aren’t those my pants?

 

          SULLY

Uh, yeah, I was just—

 

GRANT

Take ‘em off, dude.

 

Sully eyes Grant and changes tactics.

 

          SULLY

A lotta guys down in town talk

about Toby, you know that?

 

GRANT

Oh yeah?

 

          SULLY

Yeah. You know about Toby,

don’t you? Are you like him,

navy guy?

 

Sully gropes Grant’s crotch.

 

          SULLY

Why don’t you take your pants off?

 

GRANT

Cut it out.

 

SULLY

I can’t help it. I’m horny.

 

Sully sticks his hand down his own pants and eyes Grant as he brings his fingers up to his face and inhales

 

SULLY

You horny too?

 

GRANT

What if I am?

 

SULLY

Come on.

 

Sully slowly runs his hand across the front of Grant’s uniform trousers.

 

GRANT

   (exhales)

Okay.

 

Grant and Sully slowly strip off their trousers, and stand facing one another, their erections sticking out of their undershorts.

Sully shoves his hand into his crotch again, pulls it out and places it under Grant’s nose.


SULLY

Want some of this? 

 

Grant closes his eyes and slowly inhales.

 

 

SULLY

That’s what I thought...

 

 

With his signature style, director Joe Gage blends suspense, sex and story perfectly to create a thriller that is compelling from beginning to end.” Martin Cox, ManNet


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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December 30th, 2008

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Original KCTC Trailer and VOD info  HERE

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post You Asked For It

December 30th, 2008

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Pro/Am

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post It’s Coming…

December 29th, 2008

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Remember Springer?

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Sure you do

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And if you don’t, check back here after the first of the year, pervs.

I’m just sayin’…

post Reindeer Games

December 29th, 2008

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Final 2008 Christmas piece

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Merry Christmas from Bailey the Unknown Reindeer HERE

2:36

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 “…the pain train has barely left the station.”

As usual, no one nails it better than Wolcott:

“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

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