Wednesday, May 28, 2008
AMG Brasil has released its latest hot title, “Suruba: Azul,” directed by company founder Dennis Bell and starring a cast of 10 Brazilian of the hottest performers you have ever seen, shot on location near Rio de Janeiro.
Known for the use of exterior scenes shot on the rainforest and jungle of Brazil, Bell choose seaside locations for this title from the orgy-themed “Suruba” line.
“I was hanging out with some friends on a private beach just outside of Rio on a day off,” Bell said. “We were just kicking back drinking Caipirinhas on an absolutely cloudless day.
“The expanse of the sky melded with the horizon of the South Atlantic,” he added. “After a few rounds, a couple of the guys decided to strip down and go skinny-dipping. They peeled off their ‘sungas’ [swimsuits] and jumped straight into the clear blue water. When they came out, their caramel skin glistened in the sun like gold against the blue sea. It is a classic tropical color combination. I used that image as the starting point for the film.”
The movie features several models that Bell has cast in previous AMG Brasil releases, including Lucas Lucky, Marcelo Mastro and Jack Benelli, as well as Rick Garcia, Will Castelo, Roger Carneiro and Jonny Saullo. Three newbie performers also appear, including Diego Fontinelle, Alex Frias and Leonardo Reis.
Another Scorcher from AMG that will sure to make you sweat, just in time for the summer!
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
This years Grabby Awards were held Saturday night at the Park West Theater in Chicago, hosted by the Queen of Gay Porn Chi Chi LaRue and Honey West. It turned out to be a big year for ties, with multiple winners being honored in several categories
Best Actor honors went to both Jason Ridge for his performance in “A Rising Star,” produced for his own Ridgeline Films, and Erik Rhodes in Falcon Studio’s “Ivy League.”
The coveted Best Newcomer award also was split between Raging Stallion exclusive Steve Cruz and Rascal exclusive Blake Riley.
The Best Performer category was a toss up for the judges, who gave double honors to Jake Deckard and Jason Ridge.
Best Solo Scene also was a tie, with a trophy going to Tory Mason for his performance in Buckshot Productions’ “Paradise Found,” and Raging Stallion’s Ricky Sinz for his solo effort in “Grunts.”
Major winners included:
Best Actor(s) TIE: Jason Ridge and Erik Rhodes
Best Newcomer(s) TIE: Steve Cruz and Blake Riley
Best Nonsex Performance Lou Cass
Best Performer(s) TIE: Jake Deckard and Jason Ridge
Best Supporting Actor Ricky Sinz
Best Versatile Performer Erik Rhodes
Hottest Bottom Jesse Santana
Hottest Cock (Uncut) Devin Moss
Hottest Cock (Cut) Diesel Washington
Best Director Chris Ward & Ben Leon, “Grunts” (Raging Stallion Studios)
Best Screenplay Andrew Rosen, “The F Word” (Jet Set Productions)
Best Videography Brian Mills & Paul Wilde, “H2O” (Titan Media)
Best Video “Grunts” (Raging Stallion Studios)
Best All-Sex Video “Link: The Evolution” (All Worlds Video)
Wall of Fame: Tony DiMarco, director/videographer Doug Jeffries, performer/director Billy Masters, gossip columnist Brian Mills, director/videographer Kent North, performer (posthumous award) Parker Williams, performer Brent Smith, producer
Lifetime Achievement Toby Ross, director (Hornbill Films)
Best Scene Awards:
Best Solo Sex Scene TIE: Tory Mason, “Paradise Found” (Buckshot Productions), Ricky Sinz, “Grunts,” (Raging Stallion Studios)
Best Duo Scene Jake Deckard and Remy Delaine, “Playback” (Raging Stallion Studios)
Best Three-way Sex Scene Kevin Miles, Blake Riley and Scott Tanner; “Link: The Evolution” (All Worlds Video)
Best Group Scene Steve Cruz, Brendan Davies, Johnny Hazzard, Joe Strong, Matt Majors, “Link: The Evolution” (All Worlds Video)