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Eyelashes 

Release date: 4/26/2010
Reviewed on: 5/10/2010 by rosco-fuji

Starring: Kitty McMuffin, Aiden Starr, Damek, Dane Cross, Charlotte Vale, Vin Vericose, Katie St. Ives, Violet Monroe, Sherwood
Studio: Vivid Alt

Directed by: Eon McKai
Review brief: Im not going to dwell too much on Eyelashes from Vivid-Alt as its one of those releases that tries to be high brow art instead of what it is, porn. That being said, this release has the very hot and tasty Katie St. Ives in it along with Aiden Starr and Charlotte Vale. The problem with this is that the high brow art aspect of the release completely kills it. IMHO, it sure seems like the majority of the film is shot through a rectangular magnifying glass, completely killing any inclination to view it. At this point, it becomes completely unwatchable.
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Eyelashes 

Release date: 4/26/2010
Reviewed on: 5/8/2010 by fu_q

Starring: Kitty McMuffin, Aiden Starr, Damek, Dane Cross, Charlotte Vale, Vin Vericose, Katie St. Ives, Violet Monroe, Sherwood
Studio: Vivid Alt

Directed by: Eon McKai
Review brief: If Eon McKais aim in putting together Eyelashes were to create an utterly unwatchable adult film, then one could call this endeavor a success. Under any other measure of accomplishment, however, this production outright fails. While I recognize that McKais tendency is toward being more artistic and establishing a unique look for his adult filmsand, as such, I have taken this into account somewhat positively in prior reviewsit has always been a noted concern of mine that he was being artsy simply for the sake of appearing edgy, different, and deep. Along these lines, I have always been concerned that this would one day take his work too far and ruin its value as an adult-oriented product. In Eyelashes, this is indeed what has finally transpired. Sowhat kills (literally) this movie as an adult film? The actresses are fine. The actors are fine. The sex, on the whole, even appears to be fine. Sure, the colors are drab, the sets are dull, the angles are sometimes awkward, the cuts are jumpy, and the camerawork is often jittery and jerky.
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