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Anything That Moves 

Release date: 7/31/2000
Reviewed on: 10/17/2008

Starring: Selena Steele, Tracy Winn
Studio: VCA

Directed by: John Leslie
Review brief: Two exotic dancers (Selena Steele and Traci Winn) get involved in a murder, the truth being somewhere muddled in the middle.
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Bobby Sox 

Release date: 4/24/2000
Reviewed on: 2/12/2006

Starring: Nikki Tyler, Chloe, Shanna McCullough, Kimberly Cummings, Chelsea Blue
Studio: Vivid

Directed by: Paul Thomas
Review brief: "Bobby Sox" is a type of porn film that goes under the category: One of Paul Thomas' worth watching films. I say that since P.T. is one of the most hit-and-miss directors in the business. But when he's good, man is he good. This movie, along with the original "Masseuse" will go down in my head as masterpieces. Sadly, however, this movie has been hacked to pieces by any current VHS or DVD versions of the movie (especially the VHS, but the DVD has some of the choppiest editing I've ever seen).
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Neu Wave Hookers 

Release date: 1/17/2006
Reviewed on: 1/27/2006

Starring: Tiger, Felix Vicious, Kurt Lockwood, Dirty Harry, Justine Joli, James Deen, Sierra Sinn, Joanna Angel, Nyomi Zen, Tommy Pistol, Riley Mason, Dana DeArmond
Studio: VCA

Directed by: Eon McKai
Review brief: Eon McKai's "Neu Wave Hookers" is one of those porno movies that take the medium to a whole other level. While considered a "feature", it is really more of an experimental piece (with sex)that takes some risks (such as no on-screen sex for the first twenty or so minutes), but works brilliantly due to the perfect combination of style, campiness, and scorching sex. This is also a movie that I recommend seeing twice; the first time you see it you'll be too confused; the second time it will all come together (it did for me at least). The plot (or which parts of it are coherent, at least) deals with Riley Mason and Joanna Angel as "working girls", who pick up an old VHS copy of "New Wave Hookers" from a yard sale. They watch it with their girlfriends (Tiger, Justine Joli, and Felix Vicious) and are intrigued by it, to the extent where they break into VCA headquarters (don't expect any legitimate shots of the real HQ's however)and find out about the "Dark Report", where Gregory Dark claims to have discovered Traci Lords at a car wash. Their discovery conldues with a lesbian orgy.
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Kill Girl Kill 3 

Release date: 10/20/2005
Reviewed on: 1/14/2006

Starring: Tiger, Rob Rotten, Kurt Lockwood, Katrina Kraven, James Deen, Joanna Angel, Nyomi Zen, Serena Sin
Studio: VCA

Directed by: Eon McKai
Review brief: This is my first review in quite some time and my first review of a movie this new. My tendencies in reviewing porn are usually classics and features, but I have lately been getting into the alt.porn phenomenon that seems to be dominating VCA currently. I saw Joanna Angels' "Joanna's Angels" and then I checked out this movie, also featuring Joanna, directed by L.A. art school graduate Eon McKai, who made his directorial debut last year with "Art School Sluts", which I have yet to see, but is supposedly very good. McKai's "Neu Wave Hookers" is set for release on January 17'th, so I thought I'd check this movie out first as a little preview into his work. What I found was very, very promising. VCA has made some great classic porn films (many of them, sadly, very butchered on DVD). But then in the mid 90's, Jim Holliday started directing for them, and the overall body of work from the company went into decline (maybe their all-condom policy helped).
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Jamie Loves Jeff 

Release date: 9/26/2003
Reviewed on: 11/27/2005

Starring: Tom Byron, Jamie Summers, Jeff Stryker, Nikki Knights, Megan Leigh
Studio: Vivid

Directed by: Paul Thomas
Review brief: Ironically, I got "Jamie Loves Jeff" off the poor review of another critic. Everything he hated about the movie actually made me interested in seeing it, and now I wished I would've listened to him instead. "Jamie Loves Jeff" is an incredibly amateurish looking early Paul Thomas vid. As in many of Thomas' early movies, it looks like it has been shot and edited by a high school student, with Grade Z acting and a script, which even by porno standards sucks. The "story" involves around a high school reunion. Jamie (Jamie Summers) and Jeff (Jeff Stryker) were high school sweethearts who have moved on with their lives. Jamie is married to a dorky lawyer (Tom Byron) and Jeff is married to a ditzy housewife (Megan Leigh, possibly one of the worst actresses ever in the business). At the reunion, Jamie and Jeff get back together (we get a lame montage with Jamie going down a slide and playing in a park with Jeff before the sex scene), while Tom gets it on with Megan and Nikki Knights. This is much more exciting than Jeff and Jamie's boring sex scene, which we sadly get two of.
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Pretty Peaches 2 

Release date: 5/10/2002
Reviewed on: 11/27/2005

Starring: Peter North, Jamie Gillis, Ron Jeremy, Buck Adams, Tracy Adams, Siobhan Hunter, Janette Littledove, Melissa Melendez, Ashley Brown, Tami White
Studio: VCA

Directed by: Alex deRenzy
Review brief: Alex deRenzy's "Pretty Peaches 2" is a lighthearted, fun sex epic that doesn't try to be anything more and therefore suceeds. The story, which never takes itself seriously, involves a girl named Peaches (Siobhan Hunter), desperate to learn about sex. She is interrupted by her mother (Tracey Adams) during her rendezvous with her boyfriend Bobby (Peter North). Bobby hides in mom's room and is found peeking at her. So what does she do? Fuck him, of course. Meanwhile, Peaches is growing more frustrated. She goes to visit her dad (Herschel Savage), who warns her not to be a tease. She then decides to go visit her uncle (Ron Jeremy), a crazy Vietnam vet. On the road, she is picked up by Buck Adams and gets a room with him, watching him fuck Jeanette Littledove (who was once Buck's real-life wife). At the same time, Tracey and Herschel get together to find Peaches. It turns out that they're divorced, but they reconcile (not until after a session from F.M. Bradley, though, however).
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New Wave Hookers 

Release date: 4/24/2000
Reviewed on: 11/27/2005

Starring: Ginger Lynn, Kristara Barrington, Gina Carrera, Brooke Fields, Desiree Lane, Jamie Gillis, Jack Baker
Studio: VCA

Directed by: Gregory Dark
Review brief: The Dark Brothers' "New Wave Hookers" was an original (before the numerous sequels), hot, hilarious movie upon its release in 1985 and some, but not all of those elements hold up today. The story involves two slackers, Jimmy (Jamie Gillis) and Jamal (Jack Baker), who spend their time drinking beer and watching porn videos. As the movie begins, Jimmy tells Jamal they should become pimps and open an escort service, New Wave Hookers, where the girls would fuck to new wave music. They soon fall asleep, where they are transported into another world: They now run New Wave Hookers Incorporated and have a "dog" (Steve Powers), who telepathically receives phone calls. Their first girl is Candy (Desiree Lane), who skates into their office. Jimmy and the "dog" try her out, while Jimmy watches and masturbates (Jack Baker was actually a legitimate actor, playing Sticks on "Happy Days", and his sexual acts are limited to self-gratification and oral sex). Next Brooke Fields and Kimberly Carson visit a barely recognizable Peter North, who lives in a tent.
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Curse of the Catwoman 

Release date: 4/24/2000
Reviewed on: 11/24/2005

Starring: Patricia Kennedy, Tom Byron, T.T. Boy, Jake Steed, Randy Spears, Raven, Jamie Gillis, Ashley Nicole, Racquel Darrian, Derrick Lane, Rocco Siffredi, Marc Wallice, Selena Steele, Zara Whites, Dizzy Blonde, Christian Parker, Jimmy Pike, Jerry Lee, Jay Roth
Studio: VCA

Directed by: John Leslie
Review brief: John Leslie's "Curse of the Catwoman" is one of the most sylish porno movies I have ever seen. While honestly I think there are better John Leslie movies when it comes to storyline and, quite frankly, the sex, "Curse" is a perfect movie for anybody looking for a moody, style film. Anybody familiar with John Leslie's work will know this is a sequel (although rather different) to Leslie's 1988 classic "The Catwoman". In this film, a group of cat people hang out at a club, hunting for sexual prey. As the movie begins, Ashley Nicole is getting a stand-up fuck from T.T. Boy while Rocco Siffredi and Raven watch. Raven goes over to join the two, when club owner Jamie Gillis interrupts and tells her to get out. On their way out of the club together, Gillis and Nicole are attacked during a rendezvous by Raven, who gives herself to Jamie and provides Ashley with a "bigger dick". The sets and lighting are fantastic in these scenes and really help to motivate the sex.
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Coming Of Age (Caballero) 

Release date: 1/30/2004
Reviewed on: 10/4/2005

Starring: Porsche Lynn, Tori Welles, Tammy Monroe
Studio: Caballero

Review brief: "Coming of Age" is a shot-on video production made during F.J. Lincoln's heyday with Caballero in the late 80's, in which he mostly collaborated with his wife at the time, Patti Rhodes, who would write the scripts and co-produce the movies with Lincoln. I would compare this, quality and style wise to Lincoln's "Love on the Run", a porn masterpiece that still hasn't gotten the DVD treatment. This is a porn movie that manages to tell a story and show developed characters, as well as present sex. Tami (Tami Monroe) is a country girl who lives with her Granpappy (Lincoln). Her boyfriend (Tom Byron) is the son of the family rivals, and when her Granpappy discovers them during a sexual encounter, he shoots and kills him. Tami runs away to find her Aunt Trudy, who now goes by the name of Trixie, (Cheri Taylor), who works in a whorehouse, along with an assortments of characters, including a worldly hooker (Tori Welles), a regular and sometimes boyfriend of Trixie's (Joey Silvera), and a newcomer Karen (Honey Moore), who claims to have "plenty of experience".
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Resurrection of Eve 

Release date: 8/1/2002
Reviewed on: 9/22/2005

Starring: Marilyn Chambers, Jon Martin, Tyler Reynolds, Mimi Morgan, Dale Meador, Ken Scudder, Johnny Keyes, Kandi Jones, Al Rand, Nancy Weich, Matthew Armon, Damona Marin, Cozy Edmundson, June Richards, Bentley Christmas, Pam Francis, Dana Fuller, Binky Bish, Zachary Strong, Mark Ellinger, Gerald Greystone, Curt McDowell
Studio: Mitchell Brothers

Directed by: Artie Mitchell, Jon Fontana
Review brief: "Resurrection of Eve", the Mitchell Brothers follow up to "Behind the Green Door" is a different kind of adult film on many levels. First of all, the character development and ambition of this project is unprecedented for the genre. Secondly, it is an adult film in which the sex itself is actually shadowed by the storyline. With that being said, I wouldn't recommend the movie for somebody just looking to get a quick fix. The story follows a woman named Eve (played at different points in her life by Nancy Welch, Marilyn Chambers, and Mimi Morgan). She meets a smooth DJ named Frank Paradise (Matthew Arnon) whom she falls in love with and eventually marries. A soft spot for Frank, however, is Eve's friendship with black boxer Johnnie Keyes (playing himself). He gets insanely jealous, despite absolutely nothing going on. This eventually leads to a breakup, which leads to Eve (Mimi Morgan)getting into a disfiguring accident. After the accident, she is Marilyn Chambers. The movie is very involving and we could actually believe these are real people.
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Grafenberg Spot, The 

Release date: 1/2/2005
Reviewed on: 9/22/2005

Starring: Jazz, Ginger Lynn, Amber Lynn, Raven, Toni, Nina Hartley, Sandy, Tracy, Sophia, Lois, John Holmes, Simone, Angelique, Rick Savage, Annette Haven, Sapphire, Harry Reems, Teresa, Susan, Lili Marlene, Rita Erotica, Elise, Pepper, Debi Sundahl, Thor Southern, Al Rand, Miss Susannah, Susie Bright
Studio: Mitchell Brothers

Directed by: Artie Mitchell
Review brief: The Mitchell Brothers' "Grafenberg Spot" was a movie described in the book "Bottom Feeders" as a "six-day wonder shot to fund legal expenses". By the sounds of that description, you would think that the movie is a piece of shit. "The Grafenberg Spot", however is a quite watchable, and actually very entertaining film that while doesn't reach the standards of "Behind the Green Door" or "The Resurrection of Eve", is still a must-see in the adult genre. The cast in this movie are amazing. It is certainly a who's who of adult cinema in 1985. Ginger Lynn, Harry Reems, Annette Haven, John Holmes, Amber Lynn, Nina Hartley, Lili Marlene, Rick Savage. Traci Lords was in the original version of the film. Story tells of a comparative literature graduate named Leslie (played by Ginger), who has the habit of pissing in her lover's (Harry Reems) face while getting eaten out. She goes to a clinic where a doctor (Annette Haven) teaches her about the Grafenberg pleasure spot.
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Pillowman 

Release date: 3/27/2004
Reviewed on: 9/21/2005

Starring: Aja, Peter North, Britt Morgan, Joey Silvera, Tony Montana, F.M. Bradley, Brandi Wine, Rene Morgan, Tammy Reynolds, Jose Duvall, Chanel Price
Studio: VCA

Directed by: John Leslie
Review brief: "The Pillowman" marked the first John Leslie feature in which he, himself, did not appear. By not appearing, he proved that he was just as good of a director as an actor, and also that he could get out of other actors, performances almost as good as his own. The story concerns a man who goes by the name of the "Pillowman". As played by Peter North, he is "cocky", confused, and somewhat dumb, but also very likable. As the movie opens, he is searching a house for valuables. He gets caught by the resident (Chanel Price), who orders him to pull his pants down. In seconds, she turns his soft cock into a rock hard one. This then leads to an armchair fuck with the usual cum blast from North. Possibly the best scene of the movie. The plot is kind of confusing at times, but Peter is trying to get a list of women's phone numbers. Every women he gets involved with ends up becoming a fiasco, just after he invites them out to "Chinese food and ice cream".
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Sex World (VCX) 

Release date: 5/14/2001
Reviewed on: 8/29/2005

Starring: Joey Silvera, John Leslie, Kay Parker, Annette Haven, Leslie Bovee, Abigail Clayton, Desiree West, Peter Whigham, Sharon Thorpe, Amber Hunt, Suzette Holland, Carole Tong, Joey Civera, Kent Hall, Jack Wright, Carl Regal, Maureen Spring, Cris Cassidy, Johnny Keyes, Carol Tong, Peter Johns, Roberto Ramos, Jake Freeman, Sean Desmond, Dennis Ratto, Carol Watts, Sally Carey, Rachel Blue, Sandra Pan, Miki Raver, Jack Train, Joan Worth, Ann Martin, Roger Kaho, Jay Zukerman, Tony Saenz, Dale Kalberg, Ben Blankenship, Pat Parker, Rex Harrison
Studio: VCX

Directed by: Anthony Spinelli
Review brief: Anthony Spinelli's "Sex World" is a movie that I have been wanting to see for a very long time. I finally obtained a copy of this 1978 classic and the wait was well worth it. As an adult movie with a real plot and actors who could actually act, this film is effective on several levels: As erotica, a character study, and a psychological drama. There are many characters to keep track of here and the movie is practically a who's who of porn in 1978. The story revolves around a group of people taking a chartered bus to a resort known as "Sex World". The characters include Annette Haven as a lesbian left by her lover (Cris Cassidy), who comes to the resort looking for a heterosexual encounter; an adult movie enthusiast (Sharon Thorpe) who can't express her desires in real life; a racist (John Leslie) who is slowly seduced by black beauty Desiree West, and several couples having various sexual problems. The sex scenes themselves are pretty short, since they are so numerous in number, but they are all beautifully shot and uniquely erotic.
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Bad (VCA) 

Release date: 11/28/2000
Reviewed on: 8/27/2005

Starring: Tom Byron, T.T. Boy, Ashlyn Gere, Jamie Gillis, Lauren Hall, Iesha
Studio: VCA

Directed by: John Leslie
Review brief: "Bad" is probably the weakest John Leslie movie I have seen. Even weak John Leslie is usually better than 90 of the usual porn, but this movie is a true disappointment and deserves it's title. Still I have to say that weak John Leslie films are ten times better than weak Paul Thomas movies. One of the problems of this DVD is that it is so edited down. IAFD lists the original as 82 minutes and the DVD version runs 67. It is obvious that plot elements are missing and at times the movie makes little sense, unless you read reviews of the original VHS tape. The plot concerns a girl named Pat (Iiesha), who is sent to the Attitude Adjustment Center by her parents (Lauren Hall and Jamie Gillis). It is there that she will be under the control of Dr. Deeeeeep (not sure how many E's there are, but you get the point), played by Joey Silvera. Marc Wallice, Tom Byron, Peter North, and others play patients. Supposedly, Wallice convinces Dr. Deeeeeep to hypnotize Pat and then has his way with her.
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Playin' Dirty 

Release date: 10/31/2000
Reviewed on: 8/22/2005

Starring: Tom Byron, Sasha, Joey Silvera, Jamie Gillis, Ron Jeremy, Marc Wallice, Selena Steele, Rachel Ashley, Rene Morgan, Heather Torrance
Studio: VCA

Directed by: John Leslie
Review brief: John Leslie's "Playin' Dirty", which was part of his transition into smaller, more entertaining movies tells the story of Lloyd Dixon (Ron Jeremy), who embezzles $7 million out of his boss (Jamie Gillis). Lloyd is in cahoots with a young woman (Renee Morgan), who also does oral favors for the boss. Jeremy and Morgan are also having an affair and they plan to leave together as soon as the money comes through. Gillis also is the leader of a bike gang (Schwinns, not Harley's)whose members include Joey Silvera, Tom Byron, Heather Torrence, Marc Wallice, Sasha, and the delightfully yummy Selena Steele. Gillis finds out that Lloyd is trying to rob him, and in turns kidnaps Lloyd's wife (Rachel Ashley) as a ransom. This, however, doesn't disturb Lloyd one bit, who despises his wife with a passion. But, however, when Renee pays the gang a visit and gives away her necklace (in which Lloyd hid the combination for the bank vault) in return for information, they are sent on a mission full of erotic and funny delights.
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Chameleon, The 

Release date: 4/24/2000
Reviewed on: 8/21/2005

Starring: Peter North, Victoria Paris, Joey Silvera, Selena Steele, Lynn Francis, Tori Welles, Debi Hansen, April West, Pamela Rose
Studio: VCA

Directed by: John Leslie
Review brief: John Leslie's "The Chameleon", which many, including this reviewer, consider his masterpiece, begins with a soothing blues ditty by Bill Reid as the credits go up. We then open with a woman named Diana (Tori Welles) talking to her psychiatrist (Richard Pacheco). It appears that she has sexual problems, although they're not what you would probably imagine. It turns out that Diana's a "chameleon". If you don't know what I mean, just read ahead and you soon will. We then cut into a sizzling sex scene with a woman (April West) taking on two guys (Scott Irish, Axel Horn). After they are finished, the woman goes to the bathroom, where she turns into Diana! She has the ability to change her identities, which she takes to her full advantage. This is much to the chagrin of her boyfriend Marc (Tom Byron), for whom sex is a much more meaningful experience.
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Catwoman, The 

Release date: 4/24/2000
Reviewed on: 8/18/2005

Starring: Peter North, Joey Silvera, Laurel Canyon, John Leslie, Meagan Leigh, Nikki Knights, Veronica Hall, Alexa Parks, Buddy Love
Studio: VCA

Directed by: John Leslie
Review brief: John Leslie's "The Catwoman", which marks one of his last, if not the last, of his sex roles is a moody, charged, and very erotic masterpiece that helped establish his directorial style. Kathleen Gentry stars as Jennifer, a photographer who is having problems with her boyfriend Stefan (played by Joey Silvera). While she is walking home from work, she has the feeling that she is being followed. She literally bumps into a stranger (Leslie), who invites her for a drink. As they talk, hints of sexuality echo out of their conversation. He offers to call her a cab, but instead she offers to walk him home. When they get inside Leslie's home, they get it on as soon as you can say "Bingo". This sex scene is especially charged and ranks as one of the all-time best, in my opinion. He rips off her clothes and passionately starts licking her body as she gives him an equally ferocious blowjob. They then start to fuck, with the two of them getting so much into it, that you can see Gentry's scratchmarks on his back.
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Goin' Down Slow 

Release date: 10/16/2000
Reviewed on: 8/10/2005

Starring: Tom Byron, Peter North, Shanna McCullough, Joey Silvera, Ona Zee, John Leslie, Meagan Leigh, Richard Pacheco, Dana Lynn, Kathleen Jentry, Alecia Monet, Robert Bullock
Studio: VCA

Directed by: John Leslie
Review brief: "Goin' Down Slow", John Leslie's second directorial effort after "Nightshift Nurses" is a very different kind of adult film. It has a huge emphasis on storyline and style, rather than sex, which at times makes some of the sexual scenarios seem pointless or uninteresting. The plot itself is amazing: Ironic, full of twists and turns, and unpredictable. It is the porn equivalent of a Hitchcock movie. Ona Z plays a lonely woman who likes to watch her neighbor Ellen's (Shanna McCullough) daily trysts with lover George Anton (John Leslie). Ona's in love with George and thinks that he should be hers. Ellen is married to Martin (Robert Bullock), an advice columnist who goes under the name "Madame Rona". George is Martin's boss. Kathleen Gentry plays Martin's secretary and Joey Silvera plays a photography. Later, when a murder is committed, all of these characters come into play. What happens, I will not say, but I will say that John Leslie makes no easy assumptions. There are a fair amount of sex scenes, but none of them are very long or memorable.
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Nightshift Nurses (VCA) 

Release date: 4/24/2000
Reviewed on: 7/27/2005

Starring: Peter North, Sheena Horne, Joey Silvera, Lois Ayres, Keisha, Bionca, Josey Duval, Lynn Francis, Dana Dylan, Steve Henessy, D.J. Cone, Siobhan Hunter, John Leslie
Studio: VCA

Directed by: John Leslie
Review brief: "Nightshift Nurses", the directorial debut of perhaps the best actor to ever work in adult, John Leslie, not only is a scorcher when it comes to the sex, but also makes great use of comedy, blues music, and filmmaking styles that Leslie would later use in the "Chameleon" and "Catwoman" movies. The film takes place during one night in a hospital. Lois Ayres plays the senior nurse who heads the other nurses, played by Bionca, Keisha, Sheena Horne, and Lynn Francis. John Leslie plays Dr. Grow, an insomniac who hates his job and would really like to be a professional harmonica player. Joey Silvera is an everyman who goes by the name of Idaho Moe and in his spare time pretends that he's a doctor. Peter North, Josey Duval, and D.J. Cone play various patients and Siobhan Hunter is a "sister" who is waiting for her brother to come out of surgery. One more character worth mentioning would be the black janitor, played by Steve Hennessy. While mopping a hallway, he overhears moans and goes into the room to investigate.
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