January 15, 2004 (12:35pm): The following was posted by April Hunter:
Hi Guys and Chix!
I just finished my latest video and it's rockin'. The video is available NOW, and all DVD orders will be sent out next week.
Here's what you get:
The DVD will be ready in 10-14 days. If you'd like to change your order to VHS to get it quicker, holler: firstname.lastname@example.org
I worked all weekend to finish this video--and like everything else in my life, it came with complications (ran out of harddrive space) and took much longer than I'd anticipated, but it's FINALLY DONE. AND I LOVE IT. Here's what ya get:
-6 of my personal favorite matches, in Japan and the USA, uncut, featuring Trinity, Momoe Nakanishi, Tracy Brooks, Mima Shimoda, Yoshida, Leo-na, Dirty Rotten Scoundrelz, Sumie Sakai and more! Each match is 8-20 minutes long.
-Behind The Scenes with me on the making of "Home Sweet Battlefield" action movie(uncensored version) starring Zero One's Hashimoto, pop star Sonim, myself, Monkey Boy Kasai, The Predator and more!
-A video diary of Allison Danger and I in Japan.
-3 hot 'n' sexy hard hitting music videos featuring highlights from lingerie photo shoots and match highlights with Ariel, The Women's Super 8, Simply Luscious, Outcast Killahs, Josh Daniels, Rob Eckos, Cindy Rogers, Alere Little Feather, DRS, Alexis Laree, Gail Kim, Phoenix and more...
Due to some of the interesting language and situations, this is probably not suitable for anyone under 12.
Comments from a fan who bought:
The video is COOL.You really did a nice job putting it together.The opening Tainted Love montage ROCKED.I thought all three music videos were great but I especially liked that one.I also really liked the April/A Danger travel diary.As you can tell,I really liked this tape. Chuck Potier
This video is edited. To see a preview or buy: http://www.aprilhunter.com/cool_stuff/videos.htm
Approx. 2 hours
$20 VHS/$23 DVD (no region encoding)
Thanks and take care!!!-April
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Source: April Hunter
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