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Wife-O-Rama 7: Wives In Heat 
(3.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Kyle Stone, Rod Fontana, Envi Mi, Luccia, Bethany Sweet, JR Langdon, Monet Staxx, Brad Hardy, Michelle Honey, Dede Bloom, Swiss Balls
Studio: Avalon

Directed by: Fhraunze
Release date: 12/12/2006
Wife-O-Rama 7: Wives In Heat reviews:
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Title: Wife-O-Rama #7 Wives In Heat Released by: Avalon (FYA Independent) Reviewed by MD James The first thing that this reviewer noticed when the disc was put into the player was the sudden lack of any kind of usual disclaimers or forced trailers. Thats good. You go directly to the main menu, which is about as simplistic as you can get. Its just a simple menu screen with the choices and some soft rock music in the background. You dont even see the usual required disclaimers until after you start up the main feature. Once we get past that stuff, then we get to the main feature, which apparently consists of a series of sexual interviews featuring married women (and one married man) needing and getting fucked. Scene 1: Bethany Sweet Bethany shows up at the Wife-O-Rama studio and goes through a little interview with the director. Shes not really happy with her sex life. She wants passion and romance. She watches porno, but keeps it to herself.
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Wife-O-Rama 3 
(3.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Erica, Layla, Felix, Vixen
Studio: FYA

Directed by: Fhraunze
Release date: 1/16/2006
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The Little Details Running Time: 74 min. Production Date: 11 / 1, 3, 16 / 2005 Director: Fhraunze Cast: Erica, Felix Vicious, Layla Rivera, and Vixen The Short Story Initial Expectations: Solo releases are very hit or miss for me. I'm not sure what to expect here. Initial Reaction: It has a few minor faults, but worked better than I expected. Who Should Watch It : Fans of solo action Who Should Avoid It: Anybody who doesn't like girls playing to the camera. The Technical Stuff Audio /Video Quality: The technical aspects are okay. Wife O Rama seems to go for an amateur feel, and it brings that feeling in without holding back the technical aspects too much. The audio is a little on the low side. It's clear but has a fair amount of background vocals both from the set and behind the camera. The video is presented in the full frame format and is pretty average. There's a little camera motion, a few autofocus blurs, and a few shadows.
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