Seemingly Legit Batman V. Superman Spoilers

The JoBlo movie network has released a modicum of spoilers surrounding the upcoming Batman/Superman movie, and they seem to originate from pretty reliable sources. If you're not interested in the spoilers, don't press play on the following video. However, if you're concerned with the production like I am and want to make sure Zack Snyder isn't fucking things up, you'll probably be pleased with the three key pieces of info included herein. News pertains to Wonder Woman's appearance, Batman's impetus and Lex's motivation. Don't press play if you don't want the seemingly legit spoilers. [Featured image by Cliff Chiang]

Two Connors in One Day: Corbin Fisher’s Connor Makes A Comeback

Corbin Fisher's Conner is the most recent "tent pole" performer to make a comeback to the site after an extended absence. In Hollywood, the "tent pole" films are the ones that bring in the most money for the year so that they can fund all of the operations & other projects they have going on. In the world of web-only porn sites, the equivalent comes in the form of performers instead of standalone movies.  In the history of Corbin Fisher performers, Lucas was the first of such performers. Next came Dawson, and then arguably Travis, but one could Connor falls more into that third slot. There are others, of course (Dru, Aiden) but Connor is a sight to behold. The tall, blond, and stacked performer is a modern staple of gay porn and it's a joy to see him back in action, in a bareback threeway no less. tumblr_n6jqjjdQV71s7twfho1_500 tumblr_n6jqjjdQV71s7twfho3_500   tumblr_n6jqjjdQV71s7twfho4_500 tumblr_n6jqjjdQV71s7twfho6_500 tumblr_n6jqjjdQV71s7twfho7_500 [gifs by x]

Jake Bass + Connor Maguire for CockyBoys

IMG_6503 Connor Maguire is one of the best performers ever to have had the misfortune to work for Next Door Studios. After that studio pretty much sank like the Titanic, Connor did most of his work for Men, AKA The Jonny Rapid Milk Machine. Fortunately for us, he seems to be a bit of a free agent right now, so he's exploring his options and working for studios where you might have never expected him to show up. Case in point: he recently teamed up with Jake Jaxson's team over at CockyBoys to deliver one hell of a scene with consummate bad-boy Jake Bass. Both guys have some sexual similarities and personal differences that make them a compelling duo on screen. Connor is the muscled, all-American jock, and Jake is the lean, skaterboy Franco-Canadian import. Connor and Jake both have hefty uncut cocks relative to their frames, and both guys are excellent versatile performers. IMG_6633 The separate opening interviews with each guy are true to character. Jake is ever evocative, and Connor opens with a Superman reference. It becomes clear as they keep talking that each guy is going to pair well with the other. Oh yeah, and did I mention the blatantly obvious? Connor is a ginger, and gingerness is next to godliness. header_new_nsfw

Music Monday – WhoSampled

Today I want to do something different for #musicmonday. For the first time, I'm not featuring actual music but rather a service. One that I have long needed and only just discovered. First let me preface why I needed the service so badly with a rather wordy rant: A few months back, I was catching up on some of the newer episodes of The Tonight Show. Ever since Jimmy Fallon took over I've tried to stay current because despite his shortcomings as a comedian, he has turned the Tonight show back into a really fun hour (ok, minus commercials 42 minutes --- and minus the bits that don't work 34 minutes) of television. On the night that Demi Lovato was booked as a musical guest – I'm not a fan, I just remember music-related information more than anything else – The Roots were playing an interstitial piece of music during a return from a commercial break. It sounded extremely familiar, but I couldn't quite place it. Cut to: 2 months later, that 2.5 second snippet of music is still haunting me, albeit not as persistently, and during some random thoughts about Geri Halliwell's first solo album, I suddenly remembered that artist who styled herself as Vitamin C. Everything was citrus-colored with her. At any rate, 14-year old me totally bought into her shtick, and I listened to that album often. The very last track on her debut album was especially catchy, but I was unaware of its musical pedigree. See, it turns out, nearly the entire musical portion of that song was lifted from an old song by The Clash. Don't get me wrong, the musical education I received as a result of my parents' album collections was indeed substantial. Furthermore, VH1's Pop-Up Video and Rock & Roll Jeopardy furthered my musical education. But the one primary era of the musical past in which I'd never been tutored was punk. My dad was a fairly straight-laced fella, and my mom had a varied pop-alternative taste. There wasn't really any punk influences anywhere. I knew the Clash hits that would become pop-culture references, "My Sharona," and "Rock The Casbah," but I didn't know much else from that band or their genre. Cut to: Last night. I was watching an episode of Grey's Anatomy on Netflix ("Valentines Day Massacre" to be exact) and I heard that all-too-familiar drumbeat. It was back. And I thought, naturally, that it was the Vitamin C song (since, again, I did not have the reference point of the song from which the music was sampled) until I noticed that the vocals were not matching up with what I had been expecting. Since Grey's is a very music-heavy show (all of the episodes are named after song titles that fit the theme of the episode but which are not necessarily featured) there are plenty of resources in which you can locate songs by scene descriptions. Turns out, the song which I'd been latching on to for months was a total surprise. Final Verdict: The song I had been playing in my head was Vitamin C's "Fear of Flying." That song in fact samples nearly all of its music from The Clash's "Magnificent Seven." Ergo, that Tonight Show interstitial as played by the roots was actually them jamming out to some Clash instead of forgettable pop entity from the turn of the millennium. And that musical journey is why I am recommending to you a website and mobile app called WhoSampled. It is a remarkable database that gives you any and all samples and musical references contained within a song. Myself, I have what feels like a musical venus fly trap of a brain; I absorb melodies, flourishes, basslines, guitar licks, et al. but my mental cataloging skills are often not adequate enough to file away all of the information that's going in. I have a much more visual type of memory in that musical notes can trigger scenes in my head, which then may trigger pertinent information about that musical cue, but not always. WhoSampled, therefore, is essentially my new god. I now have the visual spiderweb database I've needed for a long time, and I'm really hoping that my sharing what I've found can help someone else out there who also has a hard time cataloging all of the music in their heads. Visit the website  - - - Download the iPhone app for $2.99 (worth it.) If you're interested in the aforementioned music: Vitamin C's "Fear of Flying" The Clash's "Magnificent Seven" from whence much of the music came: