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Jizztastic!

You read about it here (and here) and now you can have it all to yourself, former Gutter movie editor Robin Bougie’s XXX movie, The Cumming of Jizzus. Check out Robin’s blog for more info.

Saving the Fox

The CBC interviews former Gutter Movie Editor Robin Bougie about Vancouver’s famous and endangered grindhouse palace, The Fox. (He wrote an article about the Fox and the Venus–read it here).

The Cumming Of Jizzus – Scene 2 Set Diary

In thy kingdom, he cums!

The relatively short 4 hour shoot for the first scene of this triple XXX bible story provided some very exciting results, but how would scene two of THE CUMMING OF JIZZUS play out? Well, it took a while to get started since the first snowstorm of the season in Vancouver held up our performers, and […]

Jizzus Set Diary, Day One

Witnessing the res-Errection

This past Saturday (November 11th 2006) was a day at least 4 months in the making. It was somewhere about that long since scriptwriter Karina Jordi provided us with the script/idea we’d need to roll this project in motion, and investors had been nailed down. The project? Cinema Sewer presents: THE CUMMING OF JIZZUS.

Van Comics

The eyes have it

I was in Vancouver a few weeks back, mostly for kicks but also to sample the local comics scene. There’s more to it than Marc Bell, whose playfully obtuse strips and illustrations get most of the attention. Nicknamed Vansterdam for its tolerance of all things herbal, Vancouver has long mined its health-conscious hippiedom for excellent […]

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