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Lights & Darks 
(2.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Brock Webster, Brandon Lee, Brett Matthews, Rick Razor, Jake Samms
Studio: Channel 1 Releasing

Directed by: Doug Jeffries
Release date: 8/12/2005
Lights & Darks reviews:
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Ive never really cared for Doug Jeffries as a performer, but after seeing LIGHTS & DARK Ive concluded I like him much better as a performer than as a director. Its unbelievable that anyone could take such a hot cast and make such a lukewarm film. Yet hes done just that. The idea is pretty good. Centering the action around a coin laundry where one normally separates the lights from the darks but having white boys and black boys come (or cum) together. The problem was in the execution. The direction lacks imagination and hes badly serviced by his cameraman. Either the cameraman has one leg considerably shorter than the other or else he has an absolute fetish for oblique angles. Such shots only disorient the viewer. A swirling pattern reminiscent of a similar device in Hitchcocks Vertigo changed the setups between and within the scenes themselves. I know this was to simulate the washing cycle and would have been OK to have separated the scenes but it occurs within the scenes whenever the blocking changes. The result is a series of static tableaux.
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Bolt: Expanded Edition 
(3.0 stars from 1 review)

Starring: Lance Gear, Gus Mattox, Rod Barry, Zak Spears, Anthony Shaw, Dillon Press, Rob Romoni, Owen Hawk, Eddie Stone, Johnny Hazzard, Kent Larson, Tag Adams, Brandon Lee
Studio: Channel 1 Releasing

Directed by: Chi Chi LaRue
Release date: 10/14/2004
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I was disapointed with the final product of Bolt, especially in light of the hype and promise of the promotion. The sex is fine, but nothing new or original. A lot of jumping from angle to angle by the camera which causes it to feel disjointed and tends to blur what little story line there is which weakly tries to string the vignets together. (They would have been better off ditching the story and just filming the sex.) The hour long orgy is about 30 minutes too much as it becomes repetitious and doesn't feel as if an actual orgy was taking place but individual scenes pieced together with some performers getting more than their fair share of screen time while others are left in the cold. It all ends rather abruptly with no real sense that anything other than that the clock ran out of steam. The hottest scene is the first with Zak Spears and Johnnie Hazzard, the weakest is the tattoo scene. The bloopers are sort of fun, but manage to reinforce the idea that the orgy was not a set piece nor spontaneous in nature.
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