Reviews of Jett Blakk Movies

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Dante (Red Devil) 
(5.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Chad Hunt, Trent Atkins, Trevor Knight, Eddie Stone, Ty Hudson, Zackary Pierce, Damon Phoenix, Logan Robbins
Studio: Red Devil Entertainment

Directed by: Jett Blakk
Release date: 8/21/2007
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Dark and mysterious themed gay erotica movie. And I do mean movie, complete with intriguing plot and intelligent dialog. Ty Hudson plays three roles: Two gothic type powers from some ancient past and the boss of the lead character, Dante, (One very Hot Logan Robins). Dante loses grip on his life after freaky angles creat sexual and dramtic havoc on his life. His ex-escort lover falls away from him after a heated agruement and then picks up giant dicked Chad Hunt with Swarthy Eddie Stone following "Behind". Okay, fucking Trent actually. Trevor Knight and euro-looks Zachary Pierce fuck the living daylight, (or demonic darkness), out of Ty Hudson who later fucks angelic assed Damon Phoenix in a loving way. Four hot sex scenes and great story line with sequal suggested. Music is phenomonal and appearently written by Ty Hudson. Interesting special features that are informative and entertaining. Not the usual run of porn add-ons. Very original feel and unique approach to porn.
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How To Seduce a Straight Man 
(4.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Christian Owen, Nick Capra, Brett Matthews, Zackary Pierce, Adam Faust, Jordan Vaughn, R.C. Ryan, Aaron Archer
Studio: Red Devil Entertainment

Directed by: Jett Blakk
Release date: 3/3/2007
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Although hes been a busy little bee over the past months, its been awhile since Jett Blakk produced anything through his own studio Red Devil. HOW TO SEDUCE A STRAIGHT MAN remedies that neglect. Jetts strengths are in feature-length gay hardcore movies, but occasionally (as here) he opts for short vignettes the sort of filmic equivalent of short stories. There are four of these in this collection, providing tongue-in-cheek but not wholly implausible methods of gay guys luring straights to sex. In the first of these where it is suggested we get them hot by telling raunchy stories we find Nick Capra and his real-life boyfriend Aaron Archer are soaking in a hot tub after their ladies have departed. Nick has done a number of fine films for Red Devil and is a deservedly well-known performer. Aaron is appearing in films for the first time. He has a striking face with a small goatee and a stunning body that is made even more sensual by beautifully patterned hair.
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Masque (Oh Man) 
(3.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Chris Dano, Andrew Addams, Danny Lopez, Corbin Michaels, Brett Matthews, Jacob Slader, Ty Hudson, Sean Steele, The Dicksman, Zackary Pierce, Scott Wilde, Nick Mazzaro, Antonio York
Studio: Oh Man

Directed by: Jett Blakk
Release date: 12/12/2006
Masque (Oh Man) reviews:
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Oh Mans Masque is a unique video in that it acknowledges that it used Edgar Allen Poes The Masque of Red Death as its inspiration. Having not read Poes work here, the theme sort of gets lost on me, but in a nutshell, Brett Mathews tells the story of how sex can cause minds to get warped. He is talking to a group of guys and tells them that before they adopt this new lifestyle without sex, they will have a party. They have numerous costumes to choose from; however, nobody is to wear the color red. The men come together into this large room and like most parties they sort of break off into groups of two and three for conversation. A masked caped man (who we later learn is Jacob Slader) comes in touching the men one by one. When he approaches Brett, he almost touches him, but doesnt. Brett is furious, as this person has worn red after he advised them not to do so. After each guy is touched he becomes still and silent. In a flash Jacob is on this stage and throwing back his cape showing him in only a leopard skin thong.
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Nick Capra Dirty Talk 
(4.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Tony Scalia, Dillon Press, Bret Wolfe, Nick Capra, Arpad Miklos, Pascal Bruno, Chet White
Studio: Red Devil Entertainment

Directed by: Jett Blakk
Release date: 2/3/2006
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As Jett Blakk did for Jason Ridge in THE BEST OF JASON RIDGE, he now does for Nick Capra, another star who has blossomed under Blakks astute direction. The result is NICK CAPRA DIRTY TALK. Bret Wolfe, a good friend, interviews Nick. Wolfe makes it easy for Capra to speak freely about his life, loves, and art. There are times when they forget they are doing this for others and go off onto tangents that make us feel neglected but on the whole were seldom bored with their conversation. Bret comes across as a warm friendly sort of laid-back guy. Nick in contrast appears to be a tad hyper, the type of guy its exhausting to be around for any length of time. He comes across as frightfully intelligent and so open and honest that he must have and made many enemies as well as friends. Another surprise is that he is much lighter than the macho stud he appears to be in films. We begin with a solo. Nick lies on a sofa and pounds his pud. It doesnt take him long to shoot a load. Then, with more or less introductory comments, we are treated to three of Nicks scenes for Red Devil.
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Dirty Little Sins 
(5.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Brad Benton, Dillon Press, Jason Ridge, Nick Capra
Studio: Red Devil Entertainment

Directed by: Jett Blakk
Release date: 6/3/2005
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Gore Vidal once expressed the notion that if someone were to deliberately sit down in a conscious attempt to devise a religion that would enslave the mind and negate all life, he couldnt do much better than Judeo-Christianity. Of course any religion demands absolute belief in the absolutely unbelievable, demanding that we stifle reason and murder the mind. Yet, it is not the evil of religion per se that DIRTY LITTLE SINS deals with, but the evil men who use that religion in a hypocritical manner. It is a timely topic with our present administration using right-wing religious groups to further a repressive and tyrannical agenda that erodes our liberties and the fundamental principles on which this country was based. Freud said that religion attacked sexual activity because religion was a perversion of sexuality. That is certainly the case here as illustrated in the opening prologue where we pan from a bible to a cross on the wall stating you are forgiven to young Brad Benton on his bed gazing at pictures of naked men and masturbating.
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French Kiss (Red Devil Entertainment) 
(4.3 stars avg from 2 reviews)

Starring: Nick Capra, Pascal Bruno, Mack Manus
Studio: Red Devil Entertainment

Directed by: Jett Blakk
Release date: 11/4/2004
French Kiss (Red Devil Entertainment) reviews:
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Hottie Nick Capra does Paris in this better than average film from director Jett Blakk. The Plot French Kiss opens with Nick Capra (one of my many porn crushes) playing a tourist, wandering around Paris and checking out the sites. At one point, someone slips a package into his backpack while he's not looking. It's only later that he discovers the package and finds a letter inside, detailing a sexual escapade. He begins reading and we cut to the scene in question. It's a duo between the incredibly sexy Taurus, and somewhat less sexy Mack Manus. The two trade blowjobs before Taurus gets his ass plowed. In the end, Manus shoots his load on Taurus' ass and eats it up, while Taurus shoots a fine load on Manus' bearded face. Capra then puts the letter back in his bag and sets off to do more sightseeing. We see him pass the Arc de Triomphe on his way to the Louvre. After seeing much of the museum (in a set-up that takes far too long), he takes a break to read another of the letters that was slipped into his bag.
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I always reviewed the films from Red Devil Entertainment by saying that they were porn movies; not porn films. A porn film being one in which anonymous guys walk into a room and fuck. A porn movie being one in which there is a strong story, and three-dimensional characters. So, I was surprised andI admitdisappointed that their latest release is a porn film; not a porn movie. This is not to say it isnt good. It is. Its just not their typical release. As director Jett Blakk explains in his commentary (do listen to the commentary, its interesting) the logistics of filming on a tight schedule in Paris made a complex plot problematic, so the plot here is merely a device to link together the various scenes. Nick Capra, an American in Paris, is reading the menu outside a French restaurant when a packet of letters is slipped into his backpack. When Nick reads the letters, they describe various sexual encounters and we see them occur.
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Canvas 
(4.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Kylie Ireland, Michael Knight, Chad Hunt, Tony Scalia, Jason Ridge, Alex Leon, Sebastian Jaymz, Rob Romoni, Nick Capra
Studio: Red Devil Entertainment

Directed by: Jett Blakk
Release date: 12/9/2003
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At Red Devil Jett Blakk does not make porn films. He makes porn movies. Theres a difference you ask? Yes, there is. A porn film is one in which anonymous guys walk into a room and fuck. A porn movie is one in which there is a strong story, three-dimensional characters, and full-fledged production values. Of course guys still walk into a room and fuck, but we know these guys, and as a resultwe become much more involved in their sexual activity. We know we are in for something special when the credits roll over close-ups of a brush leaving paint on a canvas and Jake Renders fine rendering of Schuberts Trio in E-flat booms out from the screen. (Viewers may remember its being used in Kubricks BARRY LYNDON. Its beautiful yet at the same time slightly sinister. Incidentally, Schubert was gay.) The film opens with Ross an ad executive, played by the star Jason Ridge, waking up in bed with his wife, Janie, nicely played by Kylie Ireland. (Dont worry, guys, she doesnt have sex and she keeps her clothes on at all times.).
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Nasty Nasty 
(4.5 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Doug Jeffries, Andrew Addams, Paul Johnson
Studio: Red Devil Entertainment

Directed by: Jett Blakk
Release date: 6/19/2003
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With homage to Hitchcock and a bow to Brian di Palma, Jett Blakk has devised a clever and well-acted film with lots of red-hot sexual encounters. The star of the film is Jason Ridge, a Ben Affleck look-alike, who will have you wishing he were in every scene. And he almost is, as he plays twin brothers who were separated at birth. The good twin, Will, becomes a successful hairdresser; while the evil twin, Jason, is a thoroughly bad lot who at the start of the film owes a gangster $20,000. You can tell them apart because good guys wear white and bad guys wear black, and also because Jason has a remarkable ring given to him by his father, the doctor who delivered these illegitimate brothers. A black and white prologue shows their birth. Then with music reminiscent of Psycho we see a title sequence designed by Adam Rom that reminds us both of Psycho and North by Northwest. A double screen image then shows us the boys at their morning stroke session. Jason does his in bed; Will in the bathtub.
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