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Review brief: Title: Collectible Released by: B-line (New Machine) Reviewed by MD James Submitted for your approval in an otherwise ordinary-looking home in an otherwise ordinary-looking neighborhood, we come across a man who has literally become the master of his domain. A man who has created a willing collection of human beings, eager to be used to fulfill any sexual desire imaginable. A man who collects human beings like you and I would collect stamps. And yet, for all of the power that this man has amassed, his Garden of Eden is about to encounter a temptation that will bring the world that he knows crashing down. A world that only exists in the dimension that we call the Scotty Fox Zone. Okay, with apologies to the late Rod Serling I couldnt watch this video without thinking about the "Twilight Zone" or any number of other reality-suspending shows.
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Review brief: Running Time: 66 min. (including four min. of fun credits) Production Date: 1992 Director: Scotty Fox Cast: Nikki Dial, Alyssa Jarreau, Christine Appleigh, Meekah, Mona Lisa, Jonathan Morgan, Ted Wilson, Randy Leatherface West, and Randy Spears Initial Expectations: Something about this one seems like it could be fun, but something else scares me. Initial Reaction: Its funny, but not that hot. Who Should Watch It : Fans of Elvis who want lukewarm porn Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting hot and heavy porn Audio /Video Quality: The audio is surprisingly good. Its nicely balanced, free from background noises, and doesnt have any noticeable dubbing. The video shows the age of the feature in an unflattering way. Theres a few shadows, more than a few remnants, and some extremely noticeable grain. It looks like it was mastered from a second or third VHS copy. Music: The music is extremely amusing, but a little on the loud side.
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Review brief: Running Time: 69 min. Production Date: 1990 Director: Scotty Fox Cast: Danielle Rogers, Sheri Taylor, Alice Springs, Lynn LeMay, Randy Spears, Tomy Byron, and Peter North Initial Expectations: Early nineties porn often leaves a lot to be desired for me, but with Danielle and Randy here Im willing to give it a chance. Initial Reaction: This one night stand should have been put to bed much earlier. Who Should Watch It : Extreme fans of the cast Who Should Avoid It: Anybody wanting good technical aspects or a lot of hot sex Audio /Video Quality: The audio has a decent balance, but theres a loud hum in the background at some points. The video has a fair amount of grain and lousy lighting. It looks pretty close to a second generation VHS copy. Music: Its the typical loud and cheesy music that made porn in the early nineties so easy to make fun of. Menus: The main menu has a small clip of the movie. There is no chapter menu, which makes the DVD feel really cheap. The Feature: Randy Spears is having a mid-life crisis.
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Titty Slickers 

Release date: 10/17/2002
Reviewed on: 11/1/2002 by astroknight

Starring: T.T. Boy, Randy West, Tom Chapman, Teri Diver, Angela Summers, Jamie Lee, Tonisha Mills, J.B.
Studio: New Machine

Directed by: Scotty Fox
Review brief: Running Time: 70 min. Production Date: 1991 Director: Scotty Fox Cast: Angela Summers, Teri Diver, Tonisha Mills, Jamie Lee, Randy West, T. T. Boy, Tom Chapman, and J.B. in a non-sex role Initial Expectations: I remember watching this a long time ago and kind of enjoying it. Im hoping I enjoy it just as much here. Initial Reaction: Its not perfect, but it is pretty hot and a lot of fun. Who Should Watch It : Anybody wanting some brainless but fun fucking Who Should Avoid It: Anybody who wants high technical aspects or all natural women Audio /Video Quality: The audio isnt too bad, especially for the age of the feature. Its a little off balance at times, but not too bad. The video is a little grainy and fuzzy, and also has a few bleeding colors and ghosting. Theyre definite problems, but since I dont remember the original VHS being much better, Im guessing New Machine is dealing the best they can with what they have. Music: The music is a bit loud, but fun and a little different.
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