July 03, 2000 12:01pm
Director Robert Madison Takes "Cellar Dwellar" to New Level
Source: Elegant Angel Video
by: Company Press Release
(CHATSWORTH, CA) -- For the third installment of the Cellar Dweller, new Elegant director Robert Madison takes things forward straight into the past.
"Since it's a sequel I gave it some of the same elements as the first two. Hopefully I took it to a new level. It's a really complex story." So instead of having two hairy guys manning the counter in a pawn shop, he opted to take the action into a sex shop with two young and nubile female clerks. "That's what I want to see, so I figured that there was a lot more we could do with two girls."
Robert started his film off at the dawn of time showing what Cellar Dwelling in caveman times was like, then onto the present day with the wild, wacky and thoroughly bizarre game show "Who Wants To Fuck A MillionHares" which is hosted by two wise cracking guys in bunny suits. The bunnies were such a big hit on the set that Robert was quickly writing new material for his latest creations and they soon got much bigger roles.
Then there is a scene that he shot at 2 in the morning at a deserted bar. "I really love the scene we shot in the bar. With Heather Lyn and Erik Everhard. It's really cool. The bar just looked really great. We started at the pool table, then we went on the bar, to the table and then they went back into the kitchen. This is my favorite shot here. The whole way back right into the sex. Great transition. Anal sex right where they make the food. It was cool."
Even though this is the third installment of a series, Robert isn't concerned about being judged by the last two Cellar Dwellers. "Rob Black did his thing and I'm doing mine. There are some similarities because it is a series and there is a defined idea behind it, but I stayed away from the areas that he delved into. I did my own thing with it. And I'm really happy with the results. I had a really good time making this movie and I think that fun comes through on the tape!"
Look for a July 27th Release Date