The Squad, a new comedy by porn director Carter StevensIf you know your classic porn, then you know director and performer Carter Stevens and his funny, tongue-in-cheek XXX movies. It’s been a while since Stevens has directed a film, and hot damn and hell yeah to his return! Carter Stevens is back with The Squad, a new comedy about porn, the police, and the golden age of dirty movies. There are only a handful more days to contribute to its Indiegogo campaign.

I was fortunate enough to speak with Stevens about this life in the porn industry, as well as The Squad.

 

 

I suspect that some of you might not know just what to expect from Stevens. Here are a few highlights from some of the films he mentions in our interview. It’s not always easy to turn a person on and make them laugh, but Stevens has never had a problem balancing those two reactions to his films. Have a look at a few highlights below.

I love seeing the infamous and boundlessly sexual Jamie Gillis fumble with a bra strap in Mount of Venus:

Who doesn’t love the post-coital chat and news broadcast commentary about the usefulness of porn in the sci-fi fuck flick Roller Babies?

Finally, from his debut film, Lickity Split, this clip (my favorite of the 3 here) features the Stevens himself as an uninterested passenger aboard a bus in the middle of an orgy outbreak:

So, if you didn’t get it before, you do now. Make it rain for The Squad on Indiegogo and watch more of Carter Stevens’s movies right here!

2 Responses to “Carter Stevens Is Back With a Comedy About 70′s Porn”

  1. Chet Baker says:

    Do you know where I could purchase the Mount of Venus and Lickity Split DVDs other than going to the site that your readers are redirected to when we click on “watch more of Carter Steven’s movies right here!” I’m not really trusting that particular website.
    Thanks for your time

  2. oodlesoquim says:

    Hi, Chet. Odette, here. Just to make sure, this is the page you land on correct: http://www.hotmovies.com/director/258/Carter-Stevens/? That’s actually our (the writers’) website, and completely safe for purchasing!

    Sorry to hear it caused any concern, though; can I ask why it seems untrustworthy?