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 There Goes The Neighborhood! Tristan Taormino And Adam & Eve Release “House Of Ass!”

After a nearly five-year hiatus, Village Voice sex columnist and AVN award-winning director Tristan Taormino returns to the world of adult video with Adam & Eve Pictures’ “House of Ass.” This reality-TV inspired nouveau gonzo feature is the brainchild of Taormino. “I wanted to invite a group of porn stars to a secluded mountain home for the weekend and see what would happen if they relaxed and let their guard down,” she says. And let their guard down, they did! While each houseguest was scheduled to perform in one scene with another guest, they were also encouraged to have sex with guests of their choice. Throughout the weekend, they told secrets, dished about each other and were brutally honest as they talked in the Confessional. From alt superstar Joanna Angel’ first interracial scene with Mr. Marcus (and three, yes, three scorching anal scenes!) to Justine Joli and Sarah Blake on the balcony with toys and tongues (and a unique metal tuning fork never before seen in an adult film) to an impromptu orgy including Keeani Lei, Scott Nails and Talon, “House of Ass” is truly an experiment in spontaneity. Scheduled for release February 21, 2006, “House of Ass” goes where no other gonzo film has gone. “I had always been told ‘porn stars need structure to perform, you need a script, you need this and that,’ and I wanted to prove the naysayers wrong,” explains Taormino. “I think ‘House of Ass’ will definitely do that!” Taomino is the author of True Lust: Adventures in Sex, Porn and Perversion; Down and Dirty Sex Secrets and The Ultimate Guide to Anal Sex for Women. She also appeared as a guest commentator on the Adam & Eve iN-Demand series, “The Search for Adam & Eve.” For more information on Taormino or “House of Ass,” please contact Craig Ledford at (919)644-8100 x 3262 or

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