If there ever was a porn release that could be called “Going through the Motions” Blasst from the Passt could be that release. At one point 10 to 15 years ago, Seymour Butts was an innovator in the world of porn; bring a reality style to his releases that also included excessive Ass to Mouth and talking directly to the camera. It’s really too bad that he’s let his brand name devolve into crap like this release. Blasst from the Passt starts out with the usual 2257 slides and then says “Total Running Time of this Release is 120 minute.” This statement is completely inaccurate as the running time of the 4 scenes included in this disk is less than 90 minutes. It doesn’t even come close to 120 minutes if you counted the trailers put into the Extras. Off to a great start Butts! We then are treated to a 4 scenes that are pulled from Butts’ releases and have absolutely no correlation to one another other than they were shot at Butts’ house. I don’t get this release overall. It seems to me that Butts would play to his strengths and put out an “I Love …” series or “The Best of ….” series starring his muses at the time. I’d love to see a collection of scenes with Shane, Taylor, Alisha, Wendi Knight, Halli Ashton or one of the few other regulars that he used to use. Granted, McKayla Mathews and Flower Tucci are in 2 of the 4 scenes here, but if you didn’t know their history with Butts, they’d be interchangeable here. Shai Lee and Melanie Jagger are also in scenes with the other Butts girls; but overall excluding the A2M these girls do, nothing exciting happening in their scenes. This is a release to put out a release, nothing else going on here. Even the Extra features are lacking. A few trailers from Butts releases and also some promos for his other ventures; but again, it’s just stuff to put onto the disk to say you put some stuff onto the disk.
The four scenes are:
Melissa Lauren & Ava Vincent and a guy
Mckayla Mathews & Shai Lee and a guy
Keiko and a guy
Melanie Jagger & Flower Tucci and a guy
Butts has put out much better material in his time, check out those instead of this release. Where did you go Seymour?