Melon Farmers Original Version

Weekly News


Highlights


 

Unappealing film censorship...

The Indian government has decided to disband the film censorship appeals board


Link Here10th April 2021
India's film makers are discussing a decision by the Indian government's to abolish the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal (FCAT).

The FCAT was set up in 1983 by India's Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to hear appeals by filmmakers aggrieved by the decision of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC).

With its headquarters in the capital, New Delhi, the FCAT was headed by a chairperson and had four other members, including a secretary appointed by the Indian government.

In its order earlier this week, the government said the high court and not the FCAT will now hear the appeals by filmmakers who do not agree with the CBFC's suggestions or certificates for their films.

The move has made Indian filmmakers, mainly in Mumbai-based Bollywood, angry and anxious. Alankrita Shrivastava, director of feminist film Lipstick Under My Burkha , told Al Jazeera the abolition of FCAT will make filmmakers like her more vulnerable. The director said:

If there is a disagreement with the decision of the censor board, filmmakers will have to go directly to the high court. This may cause long delays, meaning a greater financial burden on filmmakers. It is a setback for artistic freedom.

 

 

Propaganda victory...

Chinese propaganda channel CGTN works round Ofcom's ban and will now again be available across Europe


Link Here10th April 2021
Full story: Diplomatic Censorship at Ofcom...Ofcom get caught up in international relations
China's state propaganda channel CGTN could soon be back on British TV screens, as French authorities have agreed to regulate, so overriding a decision by the UK TV censor Ofcom to ban the channel.

Ofcom decided to pull CGTN off air in February after finding it unacceptable that the channel is editorially controlled by the Chinese Communist party.

France does not have rules that prohibit state-controlled broadcasters from airing in the country.

But now that the channel is officially regulated by another Council of Europe country, then Ofcom is bound by treaty to accept that CGTN can now broadcast to Britain.

The treaty between members of the Council of Europe, a 47-member organisation that is separate from the EU and therefore not affected by Brexit, mandates that an international broadcaster can beam into the territories of signatories as long as it falls under the jurisdiction of one member.

Saying that, it is not yet clear whether Sky will be including the channel in its package. However Sky currently carries the channel on its networks in Italy and Germany.

 

 

A gold star for Texas...

Texas Senate passes a bill requiring social media companies to fully explain their censorship decisions and allow a legal route for appeals


Link Here10th April 2021
Full story: Internet Censorship in USA...Domain name seizures and SOPA
The Texas Senate has passed a measure that would prohibit large social media companies like Facebook and Twitter from censoring political and religious viewpoints of Texas citizens. The bill now awaits a vote in the Texas House.

Senate Bill 12 was introduced by State Senator Bryan Hughes. Titled Relating to the censorship of users' expressions by an interactive computer service , the bill would not only prohibit censorship, but would require social media companies to disclose their moderation policies, publish reports about any blocked content, and create a legal route for people to appeal any censoring or deplatforming decisions.

Senator Hughes announced the passage on Twitter:

I think we all have to acknowledge that social media companies are the new town square and a small group of people in San Francisco can't dictate free speech for the rest of us.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott is expected to sign the bill if it passes the House. Abbott gave his hearty approval of the bill from the beginning, appearing alongside Senator Hughes at a press conference in March to announce the legislation.

 

 

Shopping: Snake in the Eagles Shadow...

1978 Hong Kong action comedy by Woo-Ping Yuen, once cut by the BBFC, set for UK Blu-ray release on 3rd May 2021


Link Here10th April 2021

Snake In The Eagle's Shadow is a 1978 Hong Kong action comedy by Woo-Ping Yuen
Starring Jackie Chan, Siu-Tin Yuen and Jang-Lee Hwang Melon Farmers link BBFC link 2020 IMDb

Cut by the BBFC for 18 rated cinema release, VHS, and DVD. BBFC 12 rated for 2021 Blu-ray.

No cuts shown for the 2021 entry in the BBFC database but it is not confirmed that the animal cruelty footage has been restored.

UK: Passed 12 for moderate violence, language:

Promotional Material

An orphan who has been raised at a kung fu school, where he is treated as little more than a dogsbody and practice target for the students, has a life-changing experience after helping an old peripatetic beggar.

 

 

Shopping: Humanoids From The Deep...

1980 USA Sci-Fi horror by Barbara Peeters,Jimmy T Murakami just released on UK Blu-ray


Link Here10th April 2021

Humanoids from the Deep is a 1980 USA Sci-Fi horror by Barbara Peeters,Jimmy T. Murakami (uncredited)
Starring Doug McClure,Ann Turkel,Vic Morrow Melon Farmers link BBFC link 2020 IMDb

Some releases are missing a shot of a man having his head ripped off.
UK: UK: Passed 18 uncut for sexual violence, strong gore:

Promotional Material

Noyo's a sleepy little place, where nothing much happens. So why are people being attacked and killed by THINGS that come out of the water? The answer involves pollution and mutated sea life that's developed a taste for death. As the 'orrible humanoids lay siege to Noyo, it's up to the great Doug McClure (The Land That Time Forgot; Warlords of Atlantis), to put a stop to their murderous rampages.

Notorious for all the sex 'n' violence that producer Roger Corman insisted on adding against the director's wishes, Humanoids of the Deep is a monster movie for the Video Nasty age. A cheesy, sleazy classic, lovingly presented by your pals at 88 Films.

Extras:

Features Include
New 4K Master from the Original 35 mm Camera Negative
Original DTS-HD MA 2.0 Soundtrack
Optional English SDH Subtitles
Audio Commentary by Film Critic Kim Newman and Film-maker Sean Hogan
Audio Commentary by Critic and Author Samm Deighan
The Making Of Humanoids From the Deep
Leonard Maltin Interviews Roger Corman
Deleted Scenes
Theatrical Trailers
TV Spot
Radio Spot
Stills Gallery
Reversible Sleeve featuring brand new artwork and classic original poster art.

 

 

Let's jail everybody who fibs or exaggerates to get laid...

New York state bill demands fully factual consent before people can have sex


Link Here 10th April 2021
New York Assembly Member Rebecca Seawright has announced bill A6540 which defines consent to sex as a freely given, knowledgeable and informed agreement obtained without the use of malice such as forcible compulsion, duress, coercion, deception, fraud, concealment or artifice.

If passed, this would be the first time lawmakers formally define the meaning of consent in the state's penal law for sexual assault and all crimes.

Seawright menacingly threatened in a statement:

The United States Bureau of Justice Statistics reports that a sex crime is committed every 73 seconds. We must stop this rising trend by clearly defining consent, thereby empowering our police and prosecutors to take action. The proper definition of consent in New York's laws will clarify lawful sexual conduct, guide behavior, and make it possible to hold sexual predators accountable.

Offsite Comment: If lying to get yourself laid is made a crime, no one will ever want to have sex again

10th April 2021. See article from rt.com by Charlie Stone

Being less than truthful to get your leg over could become a criminal offence if New York lawmakers get their way. This crazy intrusion into private lives ignores the fact everyone tells white lies to impress potential partners.

If you want to have sex with someone new these days, you'd better draw yourself up a contract... or you could end up in jail.

...See full article from rt.com

 

 

Shopping: Nightmare Weekend...

1986 UK / USA / France Sci-Fi horror by Henri Sala, once cut for an MPAA R rating, just released on US Blu-ray


Link Here7th April 2021
Nightmare Weekend is a 1986 UK / USA / France Sci-Fi horror by Henri Sala (as H Sala).
Starring Debbie Laster, Dale Midkiff and Debra Hunter. Melon Farmers link IMDb
Exists as a cut R rated Version and an Uncut Unrated Version. This release is the Unrated Version.
US: Uncut and MPAA Unrated for:

Promotional Material

A brilliant computer scientist has just finished work on his greatest creation: a super computer with the ability to transform the personalities of bad and disobedient people. In anticipation of sharing his work with the scientific community, the scientist invites a fellow expert to test the machine on a group of debauched young women. Little does he know that his colleague intends to use the computer to turn their subjects into bloodthirsty mutants!

Made by a French crew in Florida, NIGHTMARE WEEKEND is a non-stop assault on the senses. Head explosions, gratuitous nudity and softcore sex, bikers, roller-skating, and a telepathic hand puppet named George rank NIGHTMARE WEEKEND among the weirdest and most jaw droppingly absurd horror films of the 1980s. Long available only in low quality transfers of the R rated version, Vinegar Syndrome presents this forgotten trash masterpiece fully uncut and in widescreen, on Blu-ray for the first time!

Bonus Features:
1. Region Free Blu-ray
2. Scanned & restored in 2k from a 35mm internegative
3. "THANK GOD IT'S MONDAY" - Surviving Nightmare Weekend with Dean Gates (23min)
4. "KILLER WEEKEND" - An Interview with Marc Gottlieb (13min)
5. Alternate R rated edits
6. Original theatrical trailer
7. Reversible artwork
8. English SDH subtitles

 

 

Italy ends censorship of films on moral and religious grounds...

Filmmakers will instead self classify their own movies with age ratings


Link Here 7th April 2021

Born in 1914 at the dawn of cinema, Italy's censorship law felled some cinematic giants including Last Tango in Paris , but is now set to be awarded a 'rejected' rating, as unsuitable for a modern audience.

Film censorship has been abolished, announced culture minister Dario Franceschini in a statement:

The system of controls and interventions that still allow the state to intervene in the freedom of artists has been definitively ended.

As a result, it will now no longer be possible to block the release of a new film or demand edits for moral or religious reasons.

Filmmakers will instead classify their own movies with an age rating. Their decisions will be audited by a new commission made up of 49 members chosen from the film industry, but will be experts in education and animal rights.

According to a survey by Cinecensura , an online exhibition promoted by the culture ministry, 274 Italian films, 130 American movies and 321 from other countries have been banned in Italy since 1944. More than 10,000 were cut in some way, including works by directors such as Federico Fellini. However the last major case of censorship was in 1998 with the blasphemous and grotesque Toto Who Lived Twice , which was strongly criticised by Catholics.

 

 

Meanwhile the BBFC extends its remit and appoints itself as the high priest of religious morality...

The BBFC decides that nonsensical christian websites should be banned to under 18s for silly religious conspiracies about gays, jews and coronavirus


Link Here7th April 2021
The BBFC arbitrates on contested decisions on decisions that mobile phone companies make on blocking websites to customers who have not verified themselves as over 18.

One such decision shows that the BBFC are imposing their woke morality on such decisions. A notable case is the website is Christian Voice. This group has long features on Melon Farmers for being a pretty standard christian group with a pet peeve about gay people, considered something of a biblical abomination, citing a famous verse from the Bible in the book Leviticus.

The BBFC writes about two christian websites:

Christian Voice - christianvoice.org.uk

The BBFC viewed the website on 29 March 2021. The URL leads to the UK-based campaign group which advocates for legal and political reform through a literal interpretation of the Bible. Numerous articles on the site make negative generalisations about particular groups of people (for example, transgender people) which could be interpreted as having the potential to encourage discriminatory and harmful views.

As a result, we would classify the site at least 18.

The Good News About God - goodnewsaboutgod.com

The BBFC viewed the website on 15 January 2021. We noted that the site presents as a religious blog discussing faith and health. Numerous articles on the site make negative generalisations about particular groups of people (for example, Jewish people) which could be interpreted as having the potential to encourage discriminatory and harmful views.

As such, we did not consider the website to be suitable for people under the age of 18 and would classify it at least 18.

The BBFC have also pronounced that two rather political websites that are very critical of islam and judaism should also be banned to under 18s:

The Religion of Peace - thereligionofpeace.com

The BBFC viewed the website on 17 February 2021. We noted that the site presents as a current affairs website discussing news concerning Muslims and Islam. Numerous articles on the site make negative generalisations about particular groups of people (for example, Muslims) which could be interpreted as having the potential to encourage discriminatory and harmful views.

 As such, we did not consider the website to be suitable for people under the age of 18 and would classify it at least 18.

Jihad Watch - jihadwatch.com

The BBFC viewed the website on 17 February 2021. We noted that the site presents as a current affairs website discussing news concerning Muslims and Islam. Numerous articles on the site make negative generalisations about particular groups of people (for example, Muslims) which could be interpreted as having the potential to encourage discriminatory and harmful views.

As such, we did not consider the website to be suitable for people under the age of 18 and would classify it at least 18.

Heritage and Destiny - heritageanddestiny.com

The BBFC viewed the website on 22 March 2021. The URL leads to a political site with articles and reviews expressing an ethno-nationalist perspective. During our sampling of the site we noted uncritical examples of Holocaust scepticism, anti-Semitism and discrimination, all of which could be interpreted as encouraging harmful attitudes towards particular groups (for example, Jewish people).

As such we would classify this site at least 18.

 

 

US libraries release their annual list of most complained about books...

Complaints about divisive racism oust the usual complaints about gay propaganda for children


Link Here 7th April 2021
Previous editions of the American Library Association list have been dominated by complaints about books attempting to normalise gay or transgender relationships to children. This year marks a dramatic change and now most books have received complaints about racism issues and about divisive racial politics.

Top 10 Most Challenged Books of 2020

The American Library Association Office for Intellectual Freedom tracked 156 challenges to library, school, and university materials and services in 2020. Of the 273 books that were targeted, here are the most challenged, along with the reasons cited for censoring the books:

  • George by Alex Gino
    Reasons: Challenged, banned, and restricted for LGBTQIA+ content, conflicting with a religious viewpoint, and not reflecting "the values of our community"

  • Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You by Ibram X. Kendi and Jason Reynolds
    Reasons: Banned and challenged because of author's public statements, and because of claims that the book contains "selective storytelling incidents" and does not encompass racism against all people

  • All American Boys by Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely
    Reasons: Banned and challenged for profanity, drug use, and alcoholism, and because it was thought to promote anti-police views, contain divisive topics, and be "too much of a sensitive matter right now"

  • Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson
    Reasons: Banned, challenged, and restricted because it was thought to contain a political viewpoint and it was claimed to be biased against male students, and for the novel's inclusion of rape and profanity

  • The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie
    Reasons: Banned and challenged for profanity, sexual references, and allegations of sexual misconduct by the author

  • Something Happened in Our Town: A Child's Story About Racial Injustice by Marianne Celano, Marietta Collins, and Ann Hazzard, illustrated by Jennifer Zivoin
    Reasons: Challenged for "divisive language" and because it was thought to promote anti-police views

  • To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
    Reasons: Banned and challenged for racial slurs and their negative effect on students, featuring a "white savior" character, and its perception of the Black experience

  • Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck
    Reasons: Banned and challenged for racial slurs and racist stereotypes, and their negative effect on students

  • The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison
    Reasons: Banned and challenged because it was considered sexually explicit and depicts child sexual abuse

  • The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
    Reasons: Challenged for profanity, and it was thought to promote an anti-police message

 

 

Shopping: THE LUCKY STARS 3-FILM COLLECTION...

film set by Sammo HUNG just released on UK Blu-ray with 2 extra versions


Link Here4th April 2021

THE LUCKY STARS 3-FILM COLLECTION is a film set by Sammo HUNG
Starring Jackie CHAN, Sammo HUNG and Yuen BIAO

  • Winners and Sinners (1983)
  • My Lucky Stars (1985)
  • Twinkle, Twinkle, Lucky Stars (1985)

Thanks to Anthony:

I recently received the new The Lucky Stars Eureka! Entertainment 2021 Blu-Ray release and can confirm that My Lucky Stars is indeed uncut; the joke about rape and the scene in which Sammo Hung's character uses wire to unlock a car door is fully intact in that release. Eureka! had also confirmed this to me by email.

UK: The Hong Kong Version of My Lucky Stars was passed 15 uncut with a BBFC trigger warning for references to sexual violence, domestic abuse:
UK: The Hong Kong Version of Twinkle, Twinkle, Lucky Stars was previously passed 15 without BBFC cuts for:
  • 2021 Eureka The Lucky Stars 3-Film Collection [ My Lucky Stars: Hong Kong + International, Twinkle, Twinkle, Lucky Stars: Hong Kong + Taiwan ] RB Blu-ray at UK Amazon #ad released on 22nd March 2021
My Lucky Stars is a 1985 Hong Kong action comedy by Sammo Kam-Bo Hung.
Starring Sammo Kam-Bo Hung and Charlie Chin and Stanley Sui-Fan Fung. Melon Farmers link BBFC link 2020 IMDb
Exists as an original Hong Kong/Cantonese Version and a shortened International/English Version. Both have been cut by the BBFC for 15 rated cinema, VHS and DVD. Presumably the 15 rated 2021 Blu-ray release is uncut. The Cantonese Version is uncut and MPAA PG-13 rated in the US.
Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars is a 1985 Hong Kong action comedy by Sammo Kam-Bo Hung.
Starring Sammo Kam-Bo Hung, Richard Ng and Eric Tsang. Melon Farmers link BBFC link 2020 IMDb
The film has never troubled censors but exists as a Hong Kong Version and an Extended Taiwan Version.

Promotional Material

Three action packed comedy classics come to Blu-ray for the first in the UK from brand new 4K restorations! The original trilogy of Lucky Stars films were massively successful both in Hong Kong and internationally. Featuring star-studded ensemble casts including Sammo Hung (also directing), Jackie Chan , Yuen Biao , and appearances from Richard Ng, Andy Lau, Rosamund Kwan, Moon Lee, Dick Wei, James Tien and many more!

Winners and Sinners (1983) Five former prisoners form a cleaning company and endeavour to keep clear of crime, but inadvertently find themselves in the middle of a counterfeit money scheme, and now the Triads and the police are out to get them!

My Lucky Stars (1985) The Lucky Stars are sent to Japan to help the police apprehend a gang of dangerous criminals and a corrupt cop. Of course, nothing goes to plan, and a series of gut-busting and neck-breaking action sequences ensue, leading up to one of the best climactic fight sequences ever filmed.

Twinkle, Twinkle, Lucky Stars (1985) Tasked with busting a crime syndicate, the Lucky Stars wreak havoc in a holiday paradise with their unique brand of high-kicking justice and outrageous antics.

SPECIAL THREE-DISC BLU-RAY EDITION CONTAINS

  • A unique variant edition Limited Edition O-Card slipcase featuring new artwork by Darren Wheeling [2000 copies]
  • All three films presented in 1080p on Blu-ray from brand new 4K restorations, including the alternate extended Taiwanese version of Twinkle, Twinkle, Lucky Stars also fully restored in 4K
  • Cantonese audio tracks (original mono presentations)
  • Optional English dubbed audio tracks for all films
  • Newly translated English subtitles
  • Brand new feature length audio commentaries on all three films by Asian film expert Frank Djeng (NY Asian Film Festival)
  • Winners and Sinners Archival interview with director and star Sammo Hung (6 mins)
  • Winners and Sinners Archival interview with director and star Sammo Hung (13 mins)
  • Winners and Sinners Sammo Hung retrospective featuring interviews with friends of the legendary director, actor, and action choreographer (20 mins)
  • My Lucky Stars Archival interview with Michiko Nishiwaki (20 mins)
  • My Lucky Stars Archival interview with Sammo Hung (18 mins)
  • Twinkle, Twinkle, Lucky Stars Archival interview with Richard Norton (33 mins)
  • Twinkle, Twinkle, Lucky Stars Archival interview with Richard Ng (21 mins)
  • Behind-the-scenes featurettes on all three films originally produced for their Japanese releases
  • Outtakes, NG ( No Good! ) shots for all three films
  • Trailers for all three films
  • Limited Edition collector s booklet featuring new writing by James Oliver [2000 copies]

 

 

Shopping: Doc...

1971 USA western by Frank Perry, once cut by the BBFC, just released on US Blu-ray and DVD


Link Here4th April 2021

'Doc' is a 1971 USA western by Frank Perry.
With Stacy Keach, Faye Dunaway and Harris Yulin. Melon Farmers linkYouTube icon BBFC link 2020 IMDb

Cut by the BBFC for an AA (14) rated cinema release. Violence was restored but a cock fight was cut for DVD.
US: Uncut and MPAA R rated for:

Promotional Material

When two-fisted gunslinger Doc Holliday (Stacy Keach, The Long Riders) rides into Tombstone, he's ready and willing to help District Marshal Wyatt Earp (Harris Yulin, Narrow Margin) clean up the unruly town, just as they did in Dodge. But to Doc's surprise, Earp has changed from a steely-eyed believer in law-and-order to a greedy opportunist who'll do anything to be elected Tombstone's sheriff. To ensure his victory, the unscrupulous Earp enlists Doc's help in double-crossing the most vicious band of outlaws in the territory, the notorious Clanton Gang. It's a dangerous scheme that leads to the infamous showdown at the O.K. Corral, where a bloody slaughter transforms villains into heroes... and heroes into American legends. Written by legendary columnist Pete Hamill (Badge 373), directed by the great Frank Perry (The Swimmer) and co-starring screen legend Faye Dunaway (The Thomas Crown Affair) as Katie Elder.

Special Features:
-Brand New 2K Master
-NEW Audio Commentary by Filmmaker Alex Cox
-Theatrical Trailer
-Optional English Subtitles

 

 

Shopping: Age of Consent...

1969 Australia comedy romance by Michael Powell, once cut for a BBFC 'A' rating, just released on UK Blu-ray


Link Here4th April 2021

Age of Consent is a 1969 Australia comedy romance by Michael Powell.
Starring James Mason, Helen Mirren and Jack MacGowran. Melon Farmers link BBFC link 2020 IMDb

The film was originally passed X uncut by the BBFC but the distributors decided to cut the film for an 'A" rating. The same cut version was released on 15 rated VHS in 1986 and 1995. The uncut version was rated 12 for 2008 DVD. The Director's Cut is MPAA R rated
UK: Passed 15 uncut for:

Promotional Material

Based on Norman Lindsay's controversial autobiographical 1935 novel, Age of Consent is the story of an artist (James Mason), grown tired of producing art for wealthy Americans, who moves to the wilds of Australia's Great Barrier Reef where he meets Cora (Helen Mirren), a teenage girl who inspires him and becomes his muse -- as well as the object of his desire.

The penultimate film from the great Michael Powell (Black Narcissus, The Red Shoes, Peeping Tom), Age of Consent explores the obsessive nature of an artist approaching the twilight of his career. Misjudged and mis-handled on its initial release (when the distributor removed key scenes and re-scored the film), Age of Consent is now regarded as one of Powell's key works.

Extras INDICATOR STANDARD EDITION SPECIAL FEATURES

  • High Definition remaster
  • Original mono audio
  • Two presentations of the film: the 2005 restoration of the director's cut, scored by Peter Sculthorpe (107 mins); and the studio cut, scored by Stanley Myers (100 mins)
  • Audio commentary with film historian Kent Jones (2009)
  • The Beauty of the Image: The John Player Lecture with Michael Powell (1971, 85 mins): archival audio recording of the celebrated filmmaker in conversation with Kevin Gough-Yates at London's National Film Theatre
  • The Guardian Interview with Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger (1985, 105 mins): archival audio recording of the Archers in conversation with Ian Christie at London's National Film Theatre
  • Age of Innocence (2018, 38 mins): an in-depth appraisal of Age of Consent by Ian Christie, author of Arrows of Desire: The Films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger
  • Making 'Age of Consent' (2009, 17 mins): production manager Kevin Powell, composer Peter Sculthorpe and editor Anthony Buckley recall the film's turbulent history
  • Martin Scorsese on 'Age of Consent' (2009, 6 mins): the acclaimed director discusses the impact and legacy of Powell's film
  • Helen Mirren: A Conversation with Cora (2009, 13 mins): the award-winning actor reflects on one of her earliest and most memorable film roles
  • Down-Under with Ron and Valerie Taylor (2009, 10 mins): a conversation with the celebrated underwater photographers
  • The Boy Who Turned Yellow (1972, 54 mins): Powell and Pressburger's final collaboration, made for the Children's Film Foundation
  • Original theatrical trailer
  • Image gallery: promotional photography and publicity material for Age of Consent and The Boy Who Turned Yellow
  • New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing



 

melonfarmers icon

Home

Top

Index

Links

Search
 

UK

World

Media

Liberty

Info
 

Film Index

Film Cuts

Film Shop

Sex News

Sex Sells
 


Adult Store Reviews

Adult DVD & VoD

Adult Online Stores

New Releases/Offers

Latest Reviews

FAQ: Porn Legality
 

Sex Shops List

Lap Dancing List

Satellite X List

Sex Machines List

John Thomas Toys