We've been writing about legendary director Joe Gage for years. The masterful auteur behind gay porn classics such as Kansas City Trucking Co., El Paso Wrecking Corp. and L.A. Tool & Die has worked long and hard in the adult-entertainment industry. His amazing work started in the 1970s, when he wrote, produced and directed the aforementioned seminal trilogy, and continues to the present day.
Gage, who was inducted into the GAYVN Hall of Fame in 2001, signed with Titan Men in 2009 and produced more than 20 titles for the studio, including Gunnery Sgt. McCool, Chainsaw and Slow Heat in a Texas Town. Now, Titan has honored the 70-year-old Gage with his own site dedicated to some of his finest films. Fans who visit Joe Gage Men will find all his best Titan titles, including the first four installments of Joe Gage Sex Files, 110 in Tucson and Men's Room Bakersfield Station.
In a 2007 interview with BUTT magazine, Gage said, "I think it's so confining, so diminishing to say, 'I am a gay man.' My approach has always been: you're a human being first, you're a man second, you're a gay man way third. You can't define yourself." So it's no surprise that the Gage guy depicted in these films is typically a rugged, blue-collar dude who is likely to have a Marlboro dangling from his lips. Joe's trademark style of directing and storytelling is also prominent. This usually includes a slow, sensual buildup to blazing-hot sex between two or more manly men, sometimes from different generations.
Btw, if you enjoy Joe's Titan work, he also produces and directs for his own D/G Mutual Media, his company with fellow porn veteran Ray Dragon. And he writes a fun and dick-centric blog here. For more information on his Titan material, visit Joe Gage Men.