Reviews of John Amero Movies

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Boxcover for Bacchanale
(3.5 stars avg from 2 reviews)

Starring: Brown, Larue, Harry Reems, Roberta Findlay, Tina Russell, Jason Russell, Darcy, Bobby Niles, Uta Erickson, Darcy Brown, Chuck Federico, Lydia Burns, Patricia Kleb, Roberta Scardera, Pat Agers, D.B. Brown, Bruce Michael, Donny Lee, Richard Jennings, Bernice Turner, Ron Babin, Steve Gould, Michael Findlay, Neil Jenny, Stanley Kamel, Linda Boyce, Dick Sherman, Warren Miles, Robert Rhodes, Watts, Dick Bennet, Linda Joyce, Richard Sherman
Studio: Cal Vista Classics

Directed by: Lem Amero, John Amero
Release date: 11/18/2008
Bacchanale reviews:
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Bacchanale is a dark film to come from the early 70s. As masturbation material it would be a waste to view this title. As a haunting film, this is one that should be checked out. VCX has done a decent job with the release of Bacchanale.
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BACCHANALE (1970) is a 76 minute trip through a strange dreamscape. VXC has re-released the film in a special widescreen edition as part of their Cal Vista Classics series, which debuted in 2008.
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Boxcover for Blonde Ambition (Video-X-Pix)
Blonde Ambition (Video-X-Pix) 
(4.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Jamie Gillis, Eric Edwards, David Morris, R. Bolla, George Payne, Dory Devon, Suzy Mandel, Molly Malone, Wade Nichols, John Christopher, Erica Eaton, Adam DeHaven, Kurt Mann, Patricia Dale, Greg Falcon, Jeanne Joseph
Studio: Video-X-Pix

Directed by: Lem Amero, John Amero
Release date: 5/20/2003
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Blonde Ambition (Video-X-Pix) reviews:
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A pair of yokel, talent-show sisters (Suzy Mandel and Dory Devon) looking to make it big in New York, a rich and conniving British heiress and her naive nephew (Eric Edwards), and a mix up involving a long lost, priceless broach all combine and ignite to fuel the fire that is "Blonde Ambition". A very good, adult comedy filmed in the late 70s and from Jon and Lem Amero and Video-X-Pix, this high-budget fuck-flick packs the plot of a low-budget mainstream release of its era into a tight, tongue-in-cheek, pornographic package...and the result is utterly watchable.
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Boxcover for 5 New York Classics
5 New York Classics 
(1.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Jack Wrangler, Miles Long, Keith Anthoni, George Payne, Scorpio, Gustavo, Steve Parker, John Kovacs, Kip Noll, Daniel Holt, Christopher Rage, Shawn Gregory, Lew Seager, Johnny Kovaks, Victor Huston, Sven Jensen, Alan Miles, Michael Pen, Tone Stalione, David Starbuck, Josef Tempesta, Tom Cord, Brad Ford, Ken Edwards, Pete Connors, Andy Breugera, Perry Fryer, William Hallquist, Trane Johnson, Ray Moore, BJ Bare, Pat Johnson, Roberto Castro
Studio: P.M. Productions

Directed by: Arch Brown, John Amero, Michael Findlay, Says Parker, Bruce King
Release date: 4/23/2002
5 New York Classics reviews:
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The only film in this collection worth watching at all is ALL TIED UP. As though realizing this it had a disc all to itself. The other four films are crunched together on the second disc. And that is a problem because they are so compressed that you are lucky if two of the four will play. I was able to watch (unfortunately) two and a half of the films but the rest of the disc simply would not play on any of my five players. ALL TIED UP stars Scorpio one of our earliest porn stars. He was slender, bottomed as well as topped and had a blond walrus mustache. Indeed all of the guys in all the films wear mustaches. It was the badge of gaydom in this ancient time period. One didnt need gaydar, the mustache screamed GAY! The Nazis wouldnt have needed pink triangles with these guys. (Okay, so I had a mustache myself oncebut it was in a much later time period so I wasnt a clone). Anyway, a delivery boy seduces Scorpio so that he can steal the keys to his apartment thus allowing two others to enter and tie Scorpio to the bed. Thereafter he gets dildos and cocks up his butt.
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