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Review brief: Jacky St. James and Eddie Powell co-direct this feature written by Jacky about lost love. Carter Cruise gets the starring role as a college student who had a horrendous practical joke played on her during her freshman year in college. Unfortunately, she was in love with the guy who made her a laughingstock. Meanwhile, Carter has some heavy flirtations with her boss, Brandon Morrow, and, while he's a player, he has genuine feelings for the gorgeous blonde. This 2 hour plus feature explores her feelings and her lost love.
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Review brief: Bill Eagle's TEMPTATIONS (1976) follows an old voyeur Howard Hugh (Jake Teague) and his personal assistant Raymond (John Leslie) cruising the streets with stops for the old guy to watch couples sucking and fucking throughout the first half of the flick. Enter his wife Rochelle (busty and beautiful Jennifer Welles) who discovers a video tape of a threesome (including Raymond) then makes a tape of her own in this terrific xxx comedy from the classic era. Standard frame. 80 minutes.
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Review brief: Some gent has opened a pleasure club featuring some hot Euro starlets dressed in kimono robes...kind of modern geisha girl theme going on with the likes of Tigerr Benson, Jasmine Jae, Elicia Solis and Hannah Shaw.
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Review brief: James Avalon and Sweet Sinner's latest release concerns a problem I have not been confronted with...being attracted to your girlfriend's mother! They always say you'll be able to tell what you wife will look like in 30 years by looking at her mother but this is taking it to the extreme! LOL. Chloe Foster, Dana DeArmond and Cameron Dee are the girls to watch in this one!
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Review brief: Kemal Horulu directs and edits WOMAN IN LOVE (1980, Caballero Home Video) with the lovely Laurien Dominque playing Christine Warren, a bored wife, who breaks from her dull hubby and their life on Long Island for a new job and other encounters in Manhattan. In a major role, Vanessa De Rio plays Simone Foster, a sex crazed catalyst for most of the sexual shenanigans that Christine encounters. Cinematographer Larry Revine beautifully captures the indoor and outdoor adventures of Christine as she must decide between two very different life styles. Standard frame. 85 minutes.
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Audition, The (Crowned Jewell) 

Release date: 6/24/2014
Reviewed on: 9/4/2014 by astroknight

Starring: Alec Knight, Akira Lane, Jessica Bangkok
Studio: Crowned Jewell Productions

Review brief: This is a solid movie that's held back by weak technical aspects. Akira Lane and Alec Knight do a great job as a couple luring Jessica Bangkok into a hardcore three-way under the premise of it being a softcore scene. The technical aspects are weak, however, and there's very little effort put into the extras. This is a good movie held back by the little details.
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Review brief: Eternal is a love story about a romance writer, played by Kaylani Lei, who moves to her new home and encounters Edward, played by Michael Vegas. India Summer is the writer's agent/friend who is trying to help her get another book finished and her devoted husband is played by Marcus London. Also featured are Dane Cross as the ex-boy friend, Lizz Tayler as the original Elizabeth and Derrick Pierce with Victoria White as yesteryear lovers. Director Barrett Blade makes a cameo as the real estate agent.
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Review brief: Samantha Saint sparkles as The Candy Striper trying to get through her first day on the job in this hilarious classic from Jonathan Morgan and Wicked Pictures.
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Call Me Mother 

Release date: 8/27/2014
Reviewed on: 9/4/2014 by fu_q

Starring: Tony De Sergio, Jodi West, Callie Calypso, Payton Simmons
Studio: Forbidden Fruits Films

Directed by: Harry Sparks
Review brief: When her father (played by Tony DeSergio) brings home his new, psycho-nympho wife (played by Jodi West), Callie Calypso's life is thrown into a dark and twisted tailspin that can end in only one of two ways for the barely-legal teen...bad or worse. Such is the case in "Call Me Mother", an exceptional thriller of an adult film from Harry Sparks and Forbidden Fruits.
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Review brief: James Barholet is the host of a radio show in which he invites callers to describe their hottest sexual experiences to him. What follows is the exhibition of those stories. Carter Cruise, Asa Akira, Ava Addams, Brandi Love and Callie Calypso desribes their calls in detail! For those that care, condoms are used in every scene.
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Review brief: James Avalon's latest release for Sweet Sinner stars Dana DeArmond, Casey Calvert, Ash Hollywood and Maddy O'Reilly. Danny Mountain and Dana have a relationship and it goes by the wayside when she meets other people.
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Review brief: It fast paced lust among the vineyards of Europe. (Well, I think it's Europe, because the DVD is made by Private). Each scene gets right to the dirty deed with minimal fuss, and most of the women herein get their brown-eyes exercised. The last scene even has some DP action.
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Review brief: After breaking up with her boyfriend, Kleio teams up with her friend Jessie Lee to open a business in order to show the blondes can do lots of stuff better than anyone else. In the process, Kleio and her fellow golden haired vixens get done, and quite nicely.
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Review brief: I liked the previous edition of this series from Girlfriend Films so I have high hopes for this one! They have a nice cast here including Aaliyah Love, Prinzzess, Penny Pax, Scarlet Red and Aryana Augustine. There are 4 scenes here with a storyline to set everything up.
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Shades of Kink 3 

Release date: 8/13/2014
Reviewed on: 8/27/2014 by captain-jack

Starring: Mr. Pete, James Deen, Tyler Nixon, Sara Luvv, Chloe Foster, Scarlet Red
Studio: Sweet Sinner

Directed by: James Avalon
Review brief: James Avalon explores the kinky sides of a relationship. Sara Luvv gets the starring role and hooks up with James Deen, who lets her explore her darker side. Scarlet Red and Chloe Foster also have scenes in this story but this is all about Sara and how she goes in deeper and deeper.
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Review brief: Axel Braun is a master at the parody game and here he takes on the Disney Classic Sleeping Beauty. He has Anikka Albrite in the lead role and that's always a good place to start. Stormy Daniels, Shayla LaVeau and Riley Steele to lend their considerable charms to making this story work. It's a little darker version than the cartoon but Axel adapts the storyline well to the adult screen.
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Review brief: Directed by Jakodema, 4EVER (2014, Digital Playground) is an 8 episode original series with a trio of Eternals-vampires-played by the likes of Stevie Shae, Marie Mc Cray and Aaliyah Love. These good vampires are out to reign in a bad vampire, Adrian, who's played by Michael Vegas, with the help of another good vampire, Damian, played by Ryan Driller. Leaving their fangs at home in Romania for the most part, these good vampires spend half the time having sex with each other, which leaves this story to limp along. This two disc set look and sounds great but at nearly 4 hours you get something that plays like an overly long episode of the TV series Charmed only with vampires instead of witches, warlocks and demons. No condoms.
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Review brief: Jacky St. James wrote and directs this feature about family dynamics. Step-siblings, step-dads and step-moms, they’re all getting fucked in this one! Veruca James, Katie St. Ives, Aidra Fox and Darla Crane lend their considerable charms to this feature.
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Review brief: The new big event movie from director Brad Armstrong takes us to a story that leaves behind the special effects and instead lets the characters dry the story. jessica drake is a great performer to have when you want to take that approach with your picture and she is joined by Tyler Nixon who is young in stature but delivers big time in this performance. The subject matter will be controversial for sure as you finish watching the entire movie and the ending will most definitely generate discussion.
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Love and Loss 

Release date: 7/23/2014
Reviewed on: 8/17/2014 by astroknight

Starring: Ramon Nomar, Seth Gamble, Brendon Miller, Maddy O'Reilly, Penny Pax, AJ Applegate, Chad White
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Stormy Daniels
Review brief: Stormy Daniels delivers once again with a nice romantic feature with some very nice emotional depth. Maddy O'Reilly and Seth Gamble do a great job in the lead roles, and the story is kept quick and brisk without feeling overly light. The technical aspects are pretty good and there's a bit of care put into the extras with three solid bonus scenes. This is a very solid rental that might even be worth the purchase if you're a fan of the stars.
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Sweetness And Light 

Release date: 6/24/2014
Reviewed on: 8/15/2014 by captain-jack

Starring: Evan Stone, Alektra Blue, Alan Stafford, Seth Gamble, Siri, Brooklyn Chase, Belle Noire, Karla Kush
Studio: Girlfriends Films

Directed by: B. Skow
Review brief: B.Skow lets his creative side out again in this tale of a couple who gets off on fighting. Brooklyn Chase and Alan Stafford use it as a form of foreplay, they fight about everything under the sun. We’ve all known couples like this and things are fine until Alan calls her the one name you should never call a woman. A cunt. She kicks him out and Alan moves in with his brother and his wife. They try to set him up with someone and Brooklyn’s friends try to set her up as well but the heart wants what it wants.
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Zodiac Rapist Grindhouse Collection, The 

Release date: 3/18/2008
Reviewed on: 8/14/2014 by flash

Starring: John Holmes, Suzanne Fields, Judy Angel
Studio: After Hours Cinema

Review brief: The Zodiac Rapist Grindhouse Collection combines the two Sam Dobbs films together on one release. The films are fun and lighthearted. However, After Hours Cinema has altered both films, one considerably, which makes it hard to recommend this set.
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Review brief: Dawna the Dead tries to be a feature horror movie and an all sex movie all at the same time and ends up failing at both. I am not sure who the intended audience is for the movie as it seems to fall flat in all areas.
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Review brief: Brad Armstrong's Aftermath fires on all cylinders with a great emotional backbone, fantastic performances from jessica drake and Tyler Nixon, great camera work and editing, and plenty of passionate sex. This one is definitely worth the purchase and should be plenty of love come award season.
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Review brief: Every girl needs a mentor and these older gentlemen counsel these young babes to the best of their abilities. I would mentor any of these babes at any time! Sara Luvv, Jodi Taylor, Dakota Skye and Ava Taylor are the sexpots who need guidance and they get it in the best way possible.
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