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Welcome to the Bunghole #2 Poor Quality?

Porn Valley- In his lawsuit against Skeeter Kerkove, Kevin Rubio contends that Skeeter in directing and producing Welcome to the Bunghole #2 “delivered a film that was of poor quality and below the recognized standards in the adult entertainment industry.”

Skeeter doesn’t think so. I spoke to him Monday night and here’s what he had to say.

“I watched the movie, which I hadn’t seen before,” says Skeeter. “I watched it three times- twice last night. It’s over 2 hours and 45 minutes long. What I found is not in the entire movie is there a light stand [which Rubio claims] or a light cord or a cameraman’s foot.” It’s Skeeter’s belief that Rubio saw the raw footage and was basing his claims off that.”I’m a very aggressive cameraman,” Skeeter insists. “But I turn in more footage than anybody or their mother could ever use.” However Skeeter says you won’t see any evidence of miscues or dirty lenses in the edited version.

“There may be some spit drops from me being truly the most aggressive, energetic cameraman in porn without a doubt. It’s my style and I ain’t changing it for nobody. Ever. But you will never once see a light cord, or a stand or anything. Let me tell you when you’re underneath a man who has his legs spread open to get the closest shot you can of a blowjob, it won’t be flawless.”

According to Skeeter, the second scene in the movie features seven anal positions; the third scene has eight and the fourth scene has nine.

“This is not like a majority of the movies where they have two or three,” he states. “This has every position a man could come up with.”

“When I watched the movie and saw all that was involved, I asked myself how did I get all that done in one day? Because there’s an entire cable version I haven’t seen yet. But I’m incredibly pleased with the movie and would be proud to own it. Especially for the price it was done for. I was very pleased with what I saw.”
 

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