Adult Film Database

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Adult Film Database
Type of site Adult Website
Available in English
Slogan(s) Serving the adult film community since 1999.
Alexa rank Negative increase 40,311 (April 2014)[1]
Current status Active

The Adult Film Database is a website that attempts to keep records of all pornographic movies and adult film stars. This includes filmographies, partial biographies, reviews, labeled and categorized adult film stills, as well as a regularly updated adult industry blog which features the latest news about adult performers, movies, directors, studios, web site updates and sundry adult news from around the world.

It was originally created in 1991 under the name Sodomite by a college student. This was an attempt to fill the void of the temporary absence of the Internet Adult Film Database (IAFD) and as a project in web development. In 1999 its name was changed to the Today, the is a major competitor to the Internet Adult Film Database.

Taking inspiration from both the Internet Adult Film Database and IMDB and forging ties with industry mainstays like Vivid Entertainment, Hustler, Wicked and Digital Playground the currently features information on over 90,000 adult movies and 50,000 performers.

Run by a husband and wife team, the was the first online adult database to include both straight and gay videos and performers. The site is rich in galleries and original articles, also setting it apart from other databases.

On October 1, 2007, the was mentioned in an article about the Internet Adult Film Database from the online equivalent of Brazilian newspaper Folha de S.Paulo.[2]

Also, in October 2007, the debunked rumors that legendary adult film performer Tamara Lee had died from AIDS. The news was covered by Adult Video News (AVN) in an article on October 23, 2007.[3]

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  1. ^ " Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 2014-04-01. 
  2. ^ "Brazilian Online Newspaper Article". Retrieved 2007-10-01. 
  3. ^ "Tamara Lee Death Rumors Debunked". Retrieved 2007-10-23. 

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