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Tattoo 

Release date: 4/24/2000
Reviewed on: 11/9/2003 by astroknight

Starring: John Decker, Alyssa Allure, Chloe, Ariana, Charlie, Dick Nasty, Angelica Sin, Emily, Kiss, Frank Towers, Porsch Lynn, Herschel Savage
Studio: Ultimate

Directed by: Rick Blaine
Review brief: Running Time: 122 min. (cover states approx. 90 min.) Production Date: Feb. 1998 Director: Rick Blaine Cast: Ariana, Chloe, Charlie, Alyssa Allure, Angelica Sin, Porsche Lynn, Kiss, Emily Hill, Herschel Savage, John Decker, Dick Nasty, and Frank Towers in sexual roles, and Solveig, Rampart, and Allysin Chaynes in non-sex roles Initial Expectations: Ive heard mediocre things about Tattoo, but with the cast I cant help but have some decent expectations. Initial Reaction: Its not great, but the variety of the scenes take it much further than I expected. Who Should Watch It : Anybody wanting a variety of scenes and something a little harder than the normal couples feature. Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting extremely soft and romantic porno Audio /Video Quality: The technical aspects leave more than a little to be desired. The audio is pretty well balanced and clear, but the video has more than a little grain. It almost looks like a second or third generation VHS copy.
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Review brief: Running Time: 106 min. Production Date: 4 / 15 / 1996 Director: Rick Blaine Cast: Shanna McCullough, Missy, Nici Sterling, Sid Deuce, Lovette, Suzi Suzuki, Tom Byron, Mark Davis, Alex Sanders, Mickey G., Rick Masters, Wilde Oscar, and Dave Hardman Initial Expectations: Theres quite a bit of great talent here that should be able to make this work. Initial Reaction: Its a well done feature that does a good job mixing fetish sex with a couples movie. Who Should Watch It : Anybody whos curious about fetish sex Who Should Avoid It: Anybody looking for a more standard couples movie Audio /Video Quality: The audio is often slightly unbalanced and has an electronic sound to it every now and then. Theres also a few dubbed areas and a few areas with no audio outside of the music. The video is normally clear, but has a bit of grain throughout the feature and a few spots where the lighting is a little low, beyond just mood lighting, and some where theres way too much natural light.
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Tattoo 

Release date: 4/24/2000
Reviewed on: 9/8/2001 by rieekan

Starring: John Decker, Alyssa Allure, Chloe, Ariana, Charlie, Dick Nasty, Angelica Sin, Emily, Kiss, Frank Towers, Porsch Lynn, Herschel Savage
Studio: Ultimate

Directed by: Rick Blaine
Review brief: * DIRECTOR: Rick Blaine (1998) * DURATION: 120mins * FEMMES: Alyssa Allure, Angelica Sin, Ariana, Chloe, Emily Jewel, Kiss & Porsche Lynn. [Non-Sex] Allysin Chaynes. WELCOME to Rieekan Review #7 Tattoo. Against all sensibility, I chose Tattoo over My First Time Ever 3: Suddenly Stacy. At any rate, Ive learnt my lesson and the only thing now preventing me from making intelligent DVD choices is a lack of money. Consult also DeathIncarnates review or reviewers summary for more thoughts on the good and bad of Tattoo. Tattoo isnt all bad but its an ordinary skin flick at best. The story revolves around an attraction (I use the term lightly in relation to Ariana) whose body is covered with magical tattoos that suck her audience into their sexual fantasies. The story is passable, the set- ups are good, the acting is decent and there are some impressive special effects to boot. EXTRAS: None. Zero. Nada. NOTES: I assume the lack of a time code is why I cant jump to any point with PowerDVD a major annoyance.
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Tattoo 

Release date: 4/24/2000
Reviewed on: 9/4/2000 by deathincarnate

Starring: John Decker, Alyssa Allure, Chloe, Ariana, Charlie, Dick Nasty, Angelica Sin, Emily, Kiss, Frank Towers, Porsch Lynn, Herschel Savage
Studio: Ultimate

Directed by: Rick Blaine
Review brief: Directed by Rick Blaine Starring Ariana, Chloe, John Decker, Herschel Savage et al. Review : 'Tattoo' is definitely the best of the batch of DVDs I have reviewed in the last week or so.. not only is it shot on film, but the overall quality of the production (special effects, acting, sets etc.) is, if not spectacular, at least above average.
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