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Blu-Ray Porn released in Sydney [Sep. 29th, 2008|10:37 pm]
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Now available in Parramatta. Blu-Ray titles (1081i resolution) including Texas Vibrator Massacre !

WARNING: Some of the material in this You-Tube trailer may contain nudity but has not been flagged unsuitable for children

from a review at Fleshbot com (Those under the age of 18 (or 21 in some regions) should refrain from clicking this link. This warning is given in accordance with LiveJournal policy as some of the graphics could be considered in bad taste.

After a brief retirement to race dirt bikes, Rotten is back to prove that no one does horror porn better with the release of "The Texas Vibrator Massacre", which stars Ruby Knox, Daisy Tanks, Gia Paloma, Roxy DeVille, Jaime Elle, and Bella Lynn — none of whom were actually harmed (much less massacred) during the production. The vibrators, however, are another story.

These are the first Blu-Ray adult discs observed on the shelves of our dedicated retailers but marked at $A70 each are a bit beyond my budget at the moment. For those who haven't followed the HD wars debate it was considered by many that the format the porn industry chose would become the winner in the High Definition DVD format wars. 1081i stands for 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels (interlaced) as opposed to 1920 by 1080 pixels (progressive scan) or 1080p.

This was at the shop at the rear of New South Wales Police HQ (Parramatta) where stock was inspected a few months ago and reported as a raid together with threats of imminent arrest and where footage of the alleged raids was allegedly provided to Channel 10 presumably to demonstrate the degree of seriousness with which the New South Wales police regard this type of material. Channel 10 seemingly chose not to air the alleged raids and stock was back on the shelves within two days.

They have since gone "up market" with High Definition titles and have seemingly run out of discounted ($15) Paris Hilton material.

Refer: Mac World May 2nd 2006

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