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Celluloid in the City : Daryl's Hard Liquor and Porn Festival

If you're looking for something hot to do on this cold October night then look no further than Daryl's Hard Liquor and Porn Festival shooting out onto screens tonight, Saturday October 14th at 9pm at the Bloor Cinema. Tickets are $20 and include access to the scandalous porn star themed afterparty at Dragonfly in Parkdale.

This year's programming features the best in sexually explict comedy including a few must see's that are definetely worth the ticket price.

Krazy Kock, a short by one my all time favourite animators; Bill Plympton, tells the hilariously manic tale of a chicken mascot's experimentation with aphrodisiacs before the big game that ends in a throbing, raging public half time show. This short is a preview of Plympton's new feature High Hair and I can barely keep it in my pants waiting for this one.

What's a Motherfu**er Gotta Do (To Get His Ass Eaten Out Round Here) is a hilarious rap short directed by Ron Eigen featuring the spot on Jeff Richards from MadTV & SNL. Filthy, funny and so catchy you'll have to stop yourself from singing it in public afterwards. Richards is also performing at the afterparty so you're really getting more ....bang for you buck.

Throw in other disturbing jems like the low brow, low-fi John Waters meets Eastern block train wreck; Shameless and all the completed entries from the 69 Hour Porn Challenge and you've got the hottest hook-up Toronto has to offer. Way to go Daryl, you nasty.


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