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Archive for October, 2009

Horror House

Tuesday, October 27th, 2009

With the runaway success of the film, Paranormal Activity, the horror genre is once again alive and well. The indie flick, made for an unbelievable $15,000 and so far raking in nearly $62 million since being released in late September (and showing no signs of loosening its grip on the box office any time soon) is basically a haunted house movie, but terrifyingly so, according to critics and audiences alike. I’ve been dying (so to speak) to see it and it looks like my beyond busy schedule of late will finally allow me to do so this Halloween weekend. I can’t wait; I love a good scare!

PARANORMAL ACTIVITY

PARANORMAL ACTIVITY

This time of the year really is the best for discovering some new horror film, whether it’s a current cinematic offering or something courtesy of your local dvd store. And television is loaded with all sorts of viewing options in the horror genre right about now, too.

The present is also an ideal time to revisit past horror favorites; here are some titles which for me have really stood the test of time…and still make me jump out of my seat at just the right moment.

The Exorcist (1973) – Satanic possession at its finest. Enough said.

THE EXORCIST

THE EXORCIST

Halloween (1978) – For better or worse, John Carpenter’s classic tale of evil got the head rolling on the slasher sub-genre. Some may argue that it’s a bit dated (not to mention tame by today’s torture porn standards) but for me it’s still a very effective piece of horror. And the musical score is a ring tone favorite, too, especially at this time of the year.

HALLOWEEN

HALLOWEEN

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) – Director Wes Craven’s introduction to the man sooooo not of your dreams, Freddy Krueger, robbed me of sleep for at least a couple of nights when I first saw it back in the mid 1980’s. However, like most great horror films, generally unnecessary sequels followed. And as everyone knows by now, the first Nightmare flick also featured a very young Johnny Depp in his feature film debut.

A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET

A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET

The Vanishing (1988) – This foreign film was remade in 1993 with Jeff Bridges, Kiefer Sutherland and Sandra Bullock but the original is far superior and therefore the one to see. The plot is simple enough: while on vacation with her boyfriend, a woman is mysteriously abducted. Three years later, the boyfriend tracks down her kidnapper with chilling results.

THE VANISHING

THE VANISHING

The Blair Witch Project (1999) – I have this film on my list even though I’ve only seen it once (at the theater) and haven’t been able to watch it again. So it must be effective. A trio of film makers encounters more than it bargained for while researching and filming a documentary about The Blair Witch. Like Paranormal Activity, this was made for next to nothing ($60,000 budget) and made a ton of money while scaring audiences shitless (almost $250 million worldwide). The final scene of the film is absolutely terrifying.

THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT

THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT

Those would be just a (very) few of my favorite scary things; all pre-2000 I just noticed. I’m thinking that Paranormal Activity might find a home among them once I see it this weekend.

Cheerio!

S.R.

Fast Food Fellatio

Monday, October 12th, 2009

On-line (or off, for that matter), I love hot sex that seems to go on forever; but on occasion when time isn’t on my side I’m delighted when I experience a “quickie” that is incredibly satisfying. A recent trip to the Maleflixxx.tv site provided such sweet (and sticky) satisfaction.

In a rush to leave my condo for an appointment but also craving some on-line cock before doing so, I found myself quickly perusing Maleflixxx.tv’s “Most Watched” list for something uh, suitable to fulfill my craving. There at #6 was Cazzo Film’s Pizza Cazzone. Instinct insisted that I check out which scenes from the flick were currently available. Good call on my part since one of the studs featured in Pizza Cazzone is none other than English Lad Matt Hughes, whose 11” dick is pretty much the size of a rolling pin. Judging from the photo stills accompanying his scene (#3, for the record) with Jenson Lomax, the premise and action looked hot. Matt is the kitchen boy who enjoys fucking the dough at the Pizza joint he works for. Lucky delivery boy Jenson arrives with pizza toppings, soft drinks and an appetite for some big uncut cock. What follows is a sizzling blow job scene that will leave you weak in the knees and hard in the pants. And did I mention that the scene’s running time is a mere, but oh so rewarding, 8 minutes?

I’ve said this before (and clearly am about to say it yet again) but Matt Hughes really does have a magnificent tool and is one of those performers who seems to be having a very good time using it. He comes across as extremely comfortable in front of the camera, which along with that cock of his is a real treat for those of us watching him in action. And kudos to Jenson for managing to take Matt’s stiff dick all the way to the back of his throat.

Time well spent. Repeatedly, I might add.

Cheerio!

S.R.

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