Cooking With Porn Stars

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Cooking With Porn Stars Review


Colin Malone's got a pretty sweet job. I don't exactly know what it is, but it looks like a lot of fun.

In this DVD, the "infamous TV host" compiles three visits to porn star homes, ostensibly to get cooking tips from them, but really he's just harassing them into removing various objects of clothing while repeatedly dropping the microphone and waiting for their gourmet delicacies. (It's not porn but it's definitely R-or-beyond material.)

The 70-minute disc is a technical nightmare of bad lighting and the aforementioned bad sound, but it's pretty hilarious to see these starlets in their actual homes. Houston's zebra-print floor (exposed as she creates Jello shots) is priceless. Apparent lesbian/bisexual roommate stars Raylene and Chandler have the perfect picture of domestication -- until one shows off her strap-on and another starts drinking vodka from a coffee cup. And Teri Weigel makes brownies with Colin as well -- or more to the point, she rubs frosting all over her chest and Colin licks it off.

On DVD you also get a full episode of Colin's Sleazy Friends (so you can see what all the fuss is about) plus some behind-the-scenes footage. I don't know quite what else to say about this disc, but if you think it might be up your alley, you probably don't need me to say another word.



Cooking With Porn Stars

Facts and Figures

Run time: 60 mins

In Theaters: Tuesday 9th April 2002

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Contactmusic.com: 3 / 5

IMDB: 5.0 / 10

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