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Review brief: It's all about naughty nookie and horny hijinks when two young ladies, Sharon Mitchell and Susaye London, decide that they need a break from the city and opt to rent a party home out in the 'burbs. Of course, the two nubiles always find themselves short of cash, as women of their age are wont to do, and they soon discover that the best form of payment for just about anything (...including the rental...) is ass. Fortunately for all involved, this suits the girls just fine, and they happily make good on their payments. Such is the case in "French Teen", an overall-good, 1977 release from Cal Vista and director John Christopher.
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Review brief: It's the early 1970s, a time of political, social, and sexual change and unrest, when the new, the old, and everything in between is clashing, and only one Presidential candidate, the uber-popular sex star, Linda Lovelace, can unite the various factions of the country and bring peace and harmony to the land. Such is the case in "Linda Lovelace for President", a decent, 1973 release from Gourmet Video.
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Review brief: Dominatrix Without Mercy is a roughie that was made by Shaun Costello for the Avon cinema chain. This isn't one of the better roughies to have been made during the 70s, with no real plot just the gritty sex. Alpha Blue Archives has done a decent job with the release with the transfer coming from an actual film print.
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Review brief: "The Sexualist", a 1975 release from Gourmet Video and Kemal Horulu, lies somewhere between a narrated adult film and a faux-documentary that largely takes a look at the underfunded work of a fictional hippie director, Dale T. Fuller, with an era-appropriate vision--that sex, masturbation, and astrology are all linked to humanity's ultimate development.
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Whatever Happened To Miss September? 

Release date: 7/14/2009
Reviewed on: 1/16/2016 by fu_q

Starring: Eric Edwards, Tina Russell, Mark Stevens, Steve Tulkner
Studio: Gourmet Video

Review brief: A quest to find the object of a wealthy business tycoon's obsession, an elusive centerfold played by the all-American brunette Tina Russell, leads a private investigator to uncover more than he had ever bargained for. Such is the case in "Whatever Happened To Miss September?", an overall-good, 1973 flick from Jerry Denby and Gourmet Video.
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Review brief: A grossly unequal inheritance pits a lowlife real estate jockey, Ron Jeremy, against his super-do-gooder brother, Herschel Savage, and--of course, this being a porno--all manner of sexual machinations and hi-jinks ensue. Such is the case in "Expose Me Now", an overall-good, 1983 release from Joe Sherman and Cal Vista.
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Review brief: An unintentional encounter with a loser student leads a repressed-though-sexual, young teacher, Jesie St. James, down a dirty and ultimately unfulfilling path. Indeed, it seems that no matter which turn she takes in her life thereafter--for love, for lust, or for both--Jesi is destined for erotic despair. Such is the case in "Easy", a very good, 1978 release from VCX and director Anthony Spinelli.
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Review brief: Much to his wife's (Alexandria Cass') dismay, a new-to-the-road trucker (R. "Big Bear" Bolla) finds himself unable to perform sexually unless he's thinking or talking about trucking. Indeed, while "Big Bear" is a huge stud on the road and at the local hangout (the "Trucker's Haven"), he's a total dud at home. Such is the case in "Breaker Beauties", an overall-good, 1977 release from Steven Barry and Alpha Blue.
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Review brief: Anyone But My Husband is an enjoyable comedy to come from Roberta Findlay. The sex is great, the cast does a good job, and the film is funny. Alpha Blue Archives has done a decent job with the release, the majority of the master comes from a good print and the missing portions come from a beat up video.
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Review brief: Captain Hooker & Peter Porn is an average adult movie to come out of the 80s. The plot is basically throwaway and exists only to be able to call the movie a feature. The sex is good and there was some good set work. Caballero's release is disappointing.
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Pleasure Island (Alpha Blue) 

Release date: 1/19/2008
Reviewed on: 1/10/2016 by flash

Starring: Jesse Adams, Christine DeShaffer, Joan Ambriz, T. Hutton, Ted Kesey
Studio: Alpha Blue Archives

Directed by: Dan Wright
Review brief: Pleasure Island is a poorly done one day wonder that fails at the sex and the story leaving the viewer wondering what the producers were thinking when they put this into the cinemas. Alpha Blue Archives has done a poor job with the release using a video master.
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Review brief: When his simple best friend, Richard Pacheco, finds love in the arms of a young woman and begins to drift away, a rough-around-the-edges, smooth-talking, hard-fucking womanizer, John Leslie, is left to deal with feelings of emptiness quite unfamiliar to him. Such is the case in "Nothing to Hide 1", an exceptional, 1981 release from director Anthony Spinelli and Cal Vista.
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Librianna: Bitch of the Black Sea 

Release date: 1/19/2008
Reviewed on: 1/7/2016 by flash

Starring: Pezda Vanutcka, Vladick Cadoy
Studio: Alpha Blue Archives

Review brief: Librianna: Bitch of the Black Sea was an attempt to make a pseudo-Russian adult film. While some creativity fell into the concept behind the film, the final product shows ineptness at every level. Alpha Blue Archives has a decent print of the film and despite a few flaws in the transfer has done a good job with this release.
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Millionairess, The (GVC) 

Release date: 10/24/2008
Reviewed on: 1/5/2016 by fu_q

Starring: Marc Stevens, Mary Stuart, Andrea True, Jack Webb
Studio: Gourmet Video

Directed by: Leonard Kirtman
Review brief: Even ending up in jail doesn't stop a frisky, oil tycoon's daughter, Andrea True, from having a good time in "The Millionairess", an overall-good, 1975 release from Leon Gucci and Gourmet Video. Featuring Ms. Andrea True--who went on to a good deal of disco fame shortly thereafter (i.e. with her hit, "More, More, More")--as a dopey, though sexually liberated, southern belle who's been locked up for indecent exposure, this film finds the Tennessee tart sucking and fucking just about anyone who happens to find his or her way into her cell.
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Review brief: A young woman's (Joan Devlon's) sexual awakening has nightmarish consequences when her curiosity and friendship with Susan Catherine lead her to stray outside of the relative safety of her parents' home and into the clutches of a handful of low-life, urban characters. Such is the case in "Little Angel Puss", a very good, 1976 release from Alan Colberg and Cal Vista.
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Review brief: Despite the fact that they have two eager and willing boyfriends chomping at the bit to get into their pants, Marsha Wolfe and Yvonne Green decide that it's far more interesting to whore their way around San Francisco--fucking older strangers as they do--than it is to play with someone their own age. Such is the case in "Midnight Hustle", an overall-good release from Steve Brown and Alpha Blue Archives that highlights both the deviant behavior of these two young lasses and also the cruel denial of their guys.
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Review brief: A frustrated and depressed housewife, C.J. Laing, finds herself on a slippery, sexual slope when she acts upon the advice of her therapist and begins to cheat on her sleazy, uninterested husband. Such is the case in "Anyone But My Husband", a very good, 1975 release from Alpha Blue Archives and Roberta Findlay.
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Wacky World Of X-Rated Bloopers 

Release date: 9/19/2006
Reviewed on: 1/3/2016 by fu_q

Starring: Christy Canyon, Bunny Bleu, Ginger Lynn, Amber Lynn, Tamara Longley, Heather Wayne, Randy West, Mai Lin, Porsche Lynn, Sharon Mitchell, Joey Silvera, Tanya Fox, Ron Jeremy, Marc Wallice, Buck Adams, Blake Palmer, Tracy Adams, Domonique, Eric Edwards, Danielle, Linda Shaw, Dana, Shauna Grant, Jerry Butler, Cara Lott, Misty Dawn, Viper, Kelly Richards, Rhonda Jo Petty, Kevin James, Stacey Donovan, Jesse Eastern, R. Bolla, Elle Rio, Laurie Smith, Jay Serling, Gina Valentino, Stephanie Rage, Charlie Waters, Amanda Tyler, Ray Wells, Rikki Blake, Herschel Savage, Rose Marie, K.C. Valentine, Ashley Brooks, Jessica Wilde, Love, Tami White, Craig Roberts, Jason Dean, Rick Cassidy, Little Oral Annie, Misty Reagan, Tara Blake, Buddy, Chad Sanders
Studio: Gourmet Video

Review brief: "Wacky World of X-Rated Bloopers", an overall-decent, 1989 release from Gourmet Video and narrated by Kimberly Carson, is exactly as its name would imply--a collection of bloopers and behind the scenes material from a number of 1980's releases. Funny moments, true missteps, wood issues, and micromanaging directors are all highlighted. A number of stars from the era make appearances, some more so than others, and the release does provide a nice look at life on a porn set from a time period when BTS material really wasn't mass-produced and readily available. While it's not so much a production to get off to, it's certainly interesting and reasonably worth a watch.
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Review brief: A giggly gaggle of young girls (18+) sets off on the path toward sexual discovery when a pervy, older sleazebag prank calls their sleepover in "A Teenage Pajama Party". An overall-good, 1977 release from Jim Buckley and Alpha Blue Archives, this flick revolves around the fantasies and "real-life" (film-wise) actions that the call brings about.
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Review brief: Bacchanale is a dark film to come from the early 70s. As masturbation material it would be a waste to view this title. As a haunting film, this is one that should be checked out. VCX has done a decent job with the release of Bacchanale.
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Review brief: When a desperate girl on the street sells Kevin James a ring that she stole from her father, his (...sexual...) luck changes...and so does everyone else's who comes into possession of the bejeweled band. Such is the case in "Ring of Desire", a good, 1981 release from Peter Balakoff and Gourmet Video. Indeed, the ring finds itself passed around the various corners--and between the assorted characters--of Hollywood, from lawyers to actresses to writers to prostitutes and so on, and whoever owns it at the time finds him- or herself quite lucky (...as in "getting lucky"...). With a clever, though simple plot, good acting, a number of shorter sex scenes, and a strong cast, this little fuck-flick from yesteryear is actually a lot of fun and worthy of a watch...particularly for fans of the classics.
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Review brief: This release features what appear to be the two earliest feature films that Alex de Renzy made. It is great that Vinegar Syndrome has given a nice release to Little Sisters and Powder Burns but sadly neither of these films will likely appeal to most viewers.
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Review brief: The bubbly brunette Betty Boop of porno past, Desiree Cousteau, finds herself as the latest in a string of sexual submissives to be subjugated by the demanding Pat Manning and her pervy sidekick, John Leslie. Such is the case in "Getting Off" (a.k.a.: "Slaves of Love"), a very good, 1979 release from VCX and Hayes DuPree.
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Review brief: Corruption is a must see classic adult film which combines some great, but dark, sex scenes with a complex plot and great acting. Vinegar Syndrome has done an amazing job with this release!
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Review brief: China Girl is a great feature film to have come from the 1970s featuring a fun plot, nice sex scenes, and good acting. Fans of plotted feature films should find a lot to like here. Sadly this release from TVX Home Video is sad and will disappoint fans of the film.
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