Adult Films to Play on Blu-ray

Vivid Entertainment Group will become the first adult filmmaker to put out a movie in Blu-ray Disc when it releases "Debbie Does Dallas...Again" in late March, but it's not saying who is helping it make copies of the discs.

Most porn industry film makers have not been able to find replicators to make Blu-ray Disc copies for them, and have instead turned to rival format HD DVD. The two formats are vying to replace DVDs as the high definition format of choice for people who like to watch movies at home.

In fact, Vivid is the only company in the adult film industry using Blu-ray Disc right now. Other companies say they were rebuffed by Sony and other companies that replicate Blu-ray Discs.

News source: PC World

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So it looks like the porn industry is intent about improving the quality of the DVDs that they sell. It also means there are going to be more clear visual treats thanks to Blu-ray.

Tomer,
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This is good news for the porn industry because off late the pron industry is struggling and viewership is only over the internet. Bra

Adult movies have a great hand in promoting lingerie, couples will watch adult movies and their after the female will either want something similar or the boyfriend will gift her a sexy lingerie. Freya Lingerie

Well there is a huge section of adult film watchers that like to see adult movies at home and if they can have a blu ray DVD of the favorite adult models then sure sales will pick up.

There is a reason why they say the golden age of porn was the during the late 70s and early 80s. Most of the porns now are just a bunch of sex scenes spliced together, atleast then you had cheesy music and some plot.

Ewwww..."Debbie Does Dallas...again". Debbie must be 15 years aged since the first "Debbie Does Dallas".....ugh no thanks...

The blue-ray tidbit is only a footnote. It was only a matter of time to see porn on HD-DVD or BlueRay, but god, who would ever think to resurrect the Debbie Does Dallas movie...EWWWWW.

Tokar said,
Ewwww..."Debbie Does Dallas...again". Debbie must be 15 years aged since the first "Debbie Does Dallas".....ugh no thanks...

The blue-ray tidbit is only a footnote. It was only a matter of time to see porn on HD-DVD or BlueRay, but god, who would ever think to resurrect the Debbie Does Dallas movie...EWWWWW.


...this being the internet I dont know if you are being sarcastic or not.

Debbie must be 15 years aged since the first 'Debbie Does Dallas'.....ugh no thanks...

...who would ever think to resurrect the Debbie Does Dallas movie...EWWWWW.


Yes, I believe the plan is to release the movie under the new title, Driving Miss Debbie.

Tokar said,
Ewwww..."Debbie Does Dallas...again". Debbie must be 15 years aged since the first "Debbie Does Dallas".....ugh no thanks...

The blue-ray tidbit is only a footnote. It was only a matter of time to see porn on HD-DVD or BlueRay, but god, who would ever think to resurrect the Debbie Does Dallas movie...EWWWWW.


Indeed. The first pr0n to be released on Bluray, and it's such garbage
Perhaps they exhumed Debbie just for this? :laugh:
Well, at least it fits - crap content on crap media

@thecrow:
Plot in pr0n is absolutely pointless and superfluent. I ceratinly don't watch pr0n for the plot, and anyone who does needs their head examined x)

yeah i agree... with the "bluray is sad" comment..... cause even though blu-ray looks good for pc storage... i think in terms of movies... me personally i would lean towards hd-dvd.... although as of now i aint looking to get rid of standard dvd's anytime soon

There is absolutely no reason to prefer HD DVD to Blu-ray. It is inferior in every conceivable way.

Blu-ray costs the same (HD DVD combo discs are actually $5-$10 more).
More studio support (Columbia, MGM, 20th Century Fox, Disney, Lionsgate all exclusive).
More Consumer Electronics company support (Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, JVC, Hitachi, Sharp, Philips, Mitsubishi, Pioneer, Yamaha all exclusive).
More PC maker support (Dell, Apple, VAIO are exclusive).
More storage (50GB vs 30GB).
More bandwidth (54Mbps vs 36Mbps).

Unless you are a Toshiba/Microsoft fanboi or a rabid Sony hater there is NO reason for HD DVD to exist.