Someone pulled a fast one on me last night while I was swimming in a beer fog. You see, when I woke up this morning, I found that porn had gotten all technical on me. What’s that all about? What happened to slappin’ a tape into your VCR and drooling (or doing whatever it is you do) over a bunch of naked bodies crawling all over each other? Well, I guess the old fashioned style of porn will never go out of style…at least I sure as hell hope not. But Michael Ninn is here to spruce up your naughty viewing habits if you so desire.
With “2FUNKY4U”, Michael Ninn has created what is being called “the first film of it´s kind in the adult entertainment industry.” “2FUNKY4U” is a completely 3D computer generated porno, produced for Private, an adult video company. So for all of you that keep one hand down your pants while playing videogames, this film is gonna be for you.
But Michael Ninn hasn’t stopped there. He has another film coming out for Private called “Perfect”, which features a “bullet time” spooge shot, as seen in “The Matrix”…’cept there wasn’t any spooge flying around in that film. In an interview with, Ninn said that, “Stopping the man´s ejaculation and freezing the woman´s expression in real time was a very delicate procedure that required both expensive equipment and precision filming.” Instead of throwing $35,000 at the shot, Ninn devised his own camera set-up to achieve the “bullet time” effect.
Working in the adult film industry for nine years now, Michael Ninn is always looking for new and exciting ways to make people happy in the pants. “I try never to look back on old projects. In fact, once one piece is completed, I immediately begin the task of seeking out and researching new ideas, new styles, new actors, new colors, and new technology,” Ninn told
“2FUNKY4U” and “Perfect” will both be available August 2002.

Posted on August 12, 2002 in News by

If you liked this article then you may also like the following Film Threat articles:
Popular Stories from Around the Web

Tell us what you're thinking...

Comments are governed by the Terms of Use of this Site. Click on the "Report Comment" link if you feel a comment is in violation of the Terms of Use, and the comment will be reviewed appropriately.