NYCC 2019- Sunday, Part 1: Anime, Cosplay, and lots of Captain America

Since I didn't get to fully enjoy Saturday in my brand new Captain America Avengers: Infinity War cosplay, I decided to wear it again on Sunday. Honestly, this was the most fun day of last year's New York Comic Con. I have a ton of pics for you guys, so let's not waste anymore time and get right into it!

Let's start with an image from an Anime booth, my friends and I met up at throughout the con. It was easy to locate, cause big Anime boobs!

This Cyclops statue was not at Anime booth was so fucking cool, that I have to share.

This Green Goblin was amazing. One of the best cosplays that I have ever seen for the supervillain (if not, in fact, the best!). It was unquestionably one of the most badass cosplays of the entire convention!

Here are a couple of more cool as hell cosplays!

My friend and Master Minion, Negative Pop, got to take some super cool pics of me in my Captain America cosplay, by myself and with other cosplayers. Here are the first of many!

 Here I am with Double Captain, whose cosplay of Captain America was absolutely fucking awesome!

To be continued...

All photography by NegativePop.

More NYCC 2019
NYCC 2019- Thursday, Part 1: Toys and Collectibles
NYCC 2019- Thursday, Part 2: The Best in Cosplay
NYCC 2019- Friday, Part 1: Logan, Deadpool, and the X-Men!
NYCC 2019- Friday, Part 2- The Further Adventures of Logan, Deadpool, and the X-Men!
NYCC 2019- Saturday: My Debut as Captain America!


Sofie Marie’s ‘Sibling Rivalry’ Nominated for 2020 MV Award

(Los Angeles, CA / January 15, 2020) -- Rising star Sofie Marie is a 2020 MV Awards nominee in the category of MV Producer of the Year for her standout performance in ‘Sibling Rivalry’ on the SofieMarieXXX channel, part of the YummyGirl.com network.
Starting January 8 through January 19, fans can vote for Sofie Marie and ‘Sibling Rivalry’ at the ManyVids.com contest voting page, with winners to be announced February 9 at ManyVids.com/MVLive.
“I’m pretty excited about this MV Awards nomination, so thank you to the fans for making the video among the most popular this past year on the ManyVids platform,” said Sofie Marie, who stars in the taboo adult film alongside Rion King and Alex Jett.
“We appreciate the support from ManyVids - not only as a MV Awards nominee, but also as an exceptional service for hard-working performers looking to elevate their brand. Thank you so much!”
Fans can find ‘Sibling Rivalry’ at SOFIEMARIEXXX.com on the YummyGirl Network, where every channel is included free with membership to the site… with fresh clips added weekly!
Sofie Marie and YummyGirl offer special made-to-order fan videos for YummyGirl Customs, selling promo gear and autographed DVDs at her YummyGirl Store, and live cam girls on YummyGirlCams.
Catch Sofie Marie nearly every afternoon at SofieLive.com between 4 and 6 pm PT weekdays and weekends most afternoons.
To book Sofie Marie in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, contact 101 Modeling and visit:
In only two years, adult star Sofie Marie has muscled her way into the industry with her self-produced hardcore videos on her content site SofieMarieXXX.com. The endurance athlete with a killer bod launched her career as a bikini model in 2013, then progressed to nude modeling before starting a porn business in 2017 with fellow performer and producer Spike Irons.
Raised in a conservative household and quite shy, Sofie Marie discovered a lust for swinging with her husband, which led to her interest in adult film and webcamming. Now with a successful adult network of over 21 websites and 38 channels, she and Irons manage pay sites for content producers and models to help them become successful too. 
In addition to shooting 400+ scenes (and counting) for her YummyGirl Studios, the fan favorite has also shot for Wicked, Digital Playground, Girlfriends Films, Naughty America, New Sensations, 3rd Degree, Kick Ass Pictures and many more. To find out more about Sofie Marie, follow her on Twitter at @WickedYummy1.



Ricky Greenwood Directs Jill Kassidy, Mackenzie Moss, Kenzie Reeves, Ashlee Juliet, Jayna Woods, Bree Daniels, Cadence Lux and Abigail Mac!
MONTREAL, Quebec(Jan. 14, 2020) – Sensual college girls share their lesbian passions in “Sorority Love & Lust,” the opening chapter of a new series from Mile High Media’s all-girl studio, Sweetheart Video. The movie is now available on DVD. 
Ricky Greenwood directs “Sorority Love & Lust,” starring box cover models Jill, Kassidy and Mackenzie Moss, along with Kenzie Reeves, Ashlee Juliet, Jayna Woods, Bree Daniels, Cadence Lux and Abigail Mac in four tales of hot lesbian sex.

For box art, cast list and more visit http://www.milehighonline.com/product/movie/4974.             
“In his inimitable style, Ricky presents four amazing scenes of great chemistry and intense orgasms from an amazing cast of performers,” said Mile High Media Vice President Jon Blitt. “Jill and Mackenzie highlight this series opener with an intensely passionate scene that will leave viewers breathless.”
“Sorority Love & Lust,” begins with Miss Brando (Jayne Woods), a sorority housemother, who reminisces on her wild days as a young student in a sorority where a lot has changed, but some things like love, passion and sisterhood remain the same. Madeline (Mackenzie Moss) and Penny (Jill Kassidy) are reunited after a year apart and Madeline convinces Penny to join her sorority. Things get hot and heavy when Madeline explains the light hazing ritual and the pair finally kiss. 
Meanwhile, Lucy (Ashlee Juliet) and Julia (Abigail Mac) play with a Ouija board and get some intimate answers from the other side. Things aren’t as simple for Cynthia (Cadence Lux) who has been struggling to get out of bed while in the throes of first semester blues, But with the help and affection of her sorority sister, Sara (Bree Daniels), Cynthia, starts to see the bright side of life. Passion also finds Miss Brando during Thanksgiving break, as she relives her wild youth, when she is seduced by a lonely student Isabelle (Kenzie Reeves). 

Shot in 4K HD, the DVD features four scenes of lesbian sex, as well as a slide show of exclusive photos, behind-the-scenes footage, animated chapter index, no regional coding, and more.
Sweetheart Video is the place for those lovers of girls who can't have enough soft breasts, fully shaved beauties and toe curling orgasms. It features high-quality lesbian erotica and lesbian porn with real orgasms and the hottest adult stars.
For production stills and content, log on to Mile High Media’s Press Access site: http://milehighonline.com/press/.  Media seeking to be qualified may email Dusty@DustyInk.com.
About Mile High Media:
Mile High Media has been a pillar of the adult industry for over 25 years.  The Canadian managed company began as a Canadian licensee for American adult movies, ensuring it distributed only the highest quality content.  Understanding the diverse and ever changing needs of its consumer base, Mile High determined the best way to provide a wide array of superior entertainment was to produce its own.  In 2003, Mile High launched Doghouse Digital, the first of its acclaimed lines catering to specific niches.  Growing market trends and demand led Mile High to create Sweetheart Video (lesbian line), Sweet Sinner (couple line), Reality Junkies (reality gonzo line), Male Reality (gay reality gonzo line), Icon Male (Gay romance line), TransSensual (TS erotica line) and recently launched Cherry Pop Films (teen gonzo line).  With over 2500 titles, Mile High’s studios yield some of the most viewed adult movies in the world, available on all platforms, including broadcast, IPTV, VOD and mobile applications.  Mile High is committed to evolve alongside consumers tastes, reflecting new developments in technology and entertainment.  This philosophy led AEBN.net to name Mile High the 2012 Studio of the Year. For more information, visit www.MileHighOnline.comwww.Facebook.com/MileHighMediaor www.Twitter.com/MileHighMovies.

You can also find Sorority Love & Lust here


NYCC 2019- Saturday: My Debut as Captain America!

Saturday is always the wildest and most packed day at New York Comic Con (which is saying a lot!), and that was the case this year. Unfortunately, my friend lost his phone, and we spent a good deal of the day trying to help him find it. That being said, I still got to take some pics and have fun. This is also the day that I debuted my, at that point in time, new cosplay: Captain America from Avengers Infinity War.

First two some pics with my friends Nelson D. Martinez and Breezkesi as Deadpool and Rogue, respectively. The second of which was taken at a booth for My Hero One's Justice 2.

This Hawkeye was badass. I love the way these two pics came out!

Captain Americas assemble (with Mike and Brooklyn Captain America)!

This has to be one of my favorite pics of this day!  

 I have this before but Scrapstastic, as Joker on this day, is the freaking cutest! 

 Badass pic with Nelson and Dane

This is from that time that Capt hung with an ever growing group of Deadpools. Eventually, Wolvie joined in on the fun, too!

 With Stevo, as Gambit. 

One of things I was most looking forward to doing at this con, was picking up Michael Gingold's Ad Nauseam II book and getting him to sign. As I have said before I LOVE these books so much! This on focuses on the 90s and 2000s, which was, sadly, the end of the newspaper movie ad.

More NYCC 2019
NYCC 2019- Thursday, Part 1: Toys and Collectibles
NYCC 2019- Thursday, Part 2: The Best in Cosplay
NYCC 2019- Friday, Part 1: Logan, Deadpool, and the X-Men!
NYCC 2019- Friday, Part 2- The Further Adventures of Logan, Deadpool, and the X-Men!


The 30 Best Horror Films of the 2010's

The 2010s have ended, and it's time to look back at the very best in horror that that decade had to offer. There weren't that many clear trends, as we had remakes, ghosts flicks (with way too many shitty jump-scares), home invasions, horror comedies, gorefests, and more. Whatever the case maybe, it was hard narrowing it down to just 30, but I feel very pleased with what I picked. Let's not waste anymore time and get right into it!

  • Honorable Mentions:

Return to Nuke 'Em High Vol. 12
Would You Rather
Happy Death Day 2U
The Love Witch

30. You're Next (2011)- Adam Wingard's rollicking horror comedy has one of the best final girls in the gorgeous Sharni Vinson's Erin and ends up being one of the finest home invasion flicks in recent times.

29. The Woman (2011)- Arguably Lucky McKee's best film, The Woman is one fuck of a brutal and uncompromising viewing experience. It also stands has a powerful feminist view years before the current cinematic state. Throw in some excellent acting and you have one of the best hardcore splatter flicks of the last decade.

28. The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2017)- This chilling and intense supernatural horror flick is ghost (and witch!) horror done right. It builds tension and is genuinely creepy. The more the movie moves along the tighter you'll grasp your chair. Throw in some superlative acting from the small cast, and you have a real winner.

27. The Shallows (2016)- The Shallows is one of those films that has gotten better with time and viewings. It is a nail-biting horror-thriller that also happens to be beautiful looking, and just cause of its gorgeous star Blake Lively. Lively makes for a great heroine and proves that she is more than just a perfect body. Truth is this film is one of the best shark horror movies ever!

26. Incident in a Ghostland (2018)- From Pascal Laugier, the director of the vicious Martyrs comes this brutal and under-seen masterpiece. Hopefully, with Shudder starting to stream it last year, more have. My full review.

25. The Devil's Candy (2015)- A truly chilling and unnerving heavy metal/ horror movie from The Loved Ones (2009) writer/ director Sean Byrne. My full review.

24. Green Room (2015)- Another movie that gets better with repeated viewings, punk rock/ horror/ thriller Green Room is intense as fucking hell. It also features an amazing performance by Patrick Stewart as the lead neo-Nazi scumbag as one of the best bad guys (and easy to root against) in a genre film in the past decade.
23. The Cabin in the Woods (2011)- Wild horror/ comedy that works best with the less you know of it. My full and non-spoiler review.

22. Crimson Peak (2015)- A beautiful (in fact it is one of the most gorgeous horror movies of the last decade) and wonderfully acted horror/ Gothic romance from Guillermo Del Toro that is one of the very best ghost movies around. It is horribly underrated and should have been seen by more. Hopefully by now, you all have.

21. Train to Busan (2016)- Just when we were all ready to keep the zombie movie in the fucking toilet, comes this thundering ass kicker from Korea. A full throttle mix of action, gore, drama, and intensity that deserves all the praise it gets.

20. Get Out (2017)- A smart and timely horror movie from Jordan Peele got the rare kind of love (IE Oscar attention) for a genre movie. But, with its smart, deep, and. at times, funny script, excellent acting. and superlative directing it is more than worth it. Plus, it is highly entertaining, something completely missing, from most, if not all, of those other, so-called "elevated" (holy fuck, do I ever abhor that term!) horror movies.

19. It: Chapter One (2017)- This ridiculously successful horror flick, is one of the finest Stephen King adaptations ever made. It also has one of the best child casts ever, in any movie of any genre. The second chapter is alright, but a letdown, so let's just concentrate on our love for this one, OK?

18. Black Swan (2010)- Featuring an amazing performance by Natalie Portman, this is a nightmarish, searing, and, sometimes, sexy flick. Darren Aronofsky's modern masterpiece is really one of the best psychological horror movies ever made.
17. Raw (2016)- Alternately sexy, shocking, smart, and repulsive French horror movie is one of the best Euro-horror flicks of the last couple of years. Wonderfully acted and made, Raw shows us that the French are still kicking ass in our beloved genre.

16. The Conjuring (2013)- James Wan's scary modern classic (and his best movie to date) created its own world, the highly successful The Conjuring Universe, and is one of the best ghost movies ever fucking made. My mini review.

15. The Final Girls (2015)- A smart, loving horror comedy with a ton of heart. My full review.

14. Anna and the Apocalypse (2018)- Truly one of the greatest Christmas horror movies, this flick is one hell of mix of comedy, zombie, musical, and the holiday. And, unlike a lot of musicals, I actually love the tunes in it! Gory, funny, exciting, moving, and fun, with a wonderful turn by the lovely Ella Hunt as the title character, this is one I truly love.

13. Deathgasm (2015)- A gore drenched splatterfest, this headbanging and utterly hilarious fucker might just be the king of heavy metal horror movies. It has everything you could ever ask for: demons, metal love and music, hot babes, nudity, sex toys as weapons, and ton of fucking gore.

12. Piranha 3D (2010)- Blood drenched, sexy, and frequently funny remake might just be better than even Joe Dante's own cult classic. Filled to the brim with graphic gore, babes (including Elisabeth Shue, Riley Steele, Gianna Michaels, Kelly Brook, and more!), nudity, lesbianism, and an awesome cast, it is without a shadow of a doubt the best aquatic horror flick of the last decade.

11. Better Watch Out (2016)- This one ranks right next to Gremlins and the original Black Christmas as one of the greatest Christmas horror movies ever made. It also falls under the less you know about it, the better category. A nasty, fun, and twisted flick with great acting from its young leads, that is completely my cup of blood and excellent in repeated, and yearly, viewings.

10. Gerald's Game (2017)- Mike Flanagan's incredible adaptation of one of my favorite Stephen King books. My full review.

9. Evil Dead (2013)- Fede Alvarez' gorefest is one of the most fun moving going experiences of the last decade. It also might be the bloodiest big-studio film ever made. Combine it with Mia, who as played by the beautiful Jane Levy, is one of the absolute best horror heroines ever! Now, can we please get the fucking sequel, like right fucking now!!

8. Starry Eyes (2014)- A bloody, smart, and nightmarish horror flick with a killer performance by the beautiful Alex Essoe. My full review.

7. Happy Death Day (2017)- Talk about a movie for whom my love has grown and grown. Of all the movies, that are listed here, it is probably the one I have seen the most times, at least in terms of shortest period of time. Funny and wild this slasher/ comedy take on Groundhog Day holds a very special place in my heart. The awesome Baby-Face Killer has one of my favorite masks ever. And, its final girl Tree, as portrayed by the breathtaking Jessica Rothe, is honest to God one of the best the genre has ever seen.

6. Revenge (2017)- This superlative French, feminist badass of a movie is one of the greatest rape-revenge movies ever made. My full review.

5. Excision (2012)- An alternately twisted, funny, moving, sexy (in messed up sort of way), and gory coming of age film that with an amazing performance by the breathtaking goddess AnnaLynne McCord. Her character is one of my favorite, complex females in horror of the last decade. Playing her mom is Traci Lords in the greatest role she has ever had. The fact that this superlative masterpiece only gets better with multiple viewings is that much more impressive a feat.

4. American Mary (2012)- The Soska sisters introduced us horror fans to Mary Mason in this modern classic. My full review.

3. Mandy (2018)- A true masterpiece Mandy mixes Mad Max style revenge, with David Lynch and Dario Argento influences, gore, and a metal heart and style to deliver the most original horror movie of the 2010's. Gory, insane, is has an evil, hippie cult, demonic bikers, chainsaw mayhem, and an unhinged and awesome Nicolas Cage. There is no fucking movie quite like it. Plus, the Cheddar Goblin fucking rules!

2. Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead (2014)- Speaking of Mad Max, this fucker combines that with the zombie flick,and the result is the absolute best zombie movie since Shaun of the Dead. My full review.

1. Doctor Sleep (2019)- Mike Flangan's adaption of the Stephen King book of the same serves as a sequel to both The Shining book and movie. And, dear friends, ain't easy to pull off. Yet, he does it so amazingly in this the best horror movie of all of the 2010's. If you were one of those who fucked up and missed it in the movies, be sure you correct that shit when it comes out digital download and Blu-ray (February 4, in a director's cut!).

I would love to know what your favorite horror movies of the  2010's were. Tell me in the comments section below.