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Review brief: The latest epic release written and directed by Brad Armstrong. It features Wicked contract stars jessica drake and Asa Akira. The female cast also includes the likes of Adrianna Luna, Capri Cavanni and Asphyxia Noir in various roles. Strong male performers were used to tell the story as well, Tommy Gunn, Xander Corvus and Steven St. Croix are among the dudes used. The story centers on jessica drake who experiences a life threatening injury and is taken to the hospital where a surgeon fights to save her. jessica while under anesthesia is taken to the underworld where she has her own unique experiences as she experiences a journey to see if her life will be spared. Colorful characters are met along the way and they tie in with events going on above. It was very interesting how Brad tied the two worlds together like this and I suspect fans will enjoy the ride. Lots of visually stunning things to see in this production.
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If You Only Knew (Wicked) 

Release date: 2/13/2013
Reviewed on: 1/4/2014 by bono-one

Starring: Kris Slater, Aaron Wilcoxxx, Allie Haze, Presley Hart, Penny Pax, Logan Pierce
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Stormy Daniels
Review brief: A 2013 release written and directed by Stormy Daniels. She assembles a real strong female cast, Allie Haze, Presley Hart and Penny Pax to tell a story of two brothers who start off living their lives in opposite manners. One is a real dedicated business man while the other is more inclined to want to help out his local community and not make as much a fuss over his monetary station in life. Aaron Wilcoxxx and Kris Slater play the brothers and a jolting development mid movie changes the course forever of the surviving sibling, for the better too I should add. It's a good story and the actors all deliver the goods in between sex scenes to keep the show rolling along. Penny Pax is surprising in this for me at least playing a character I hadn't seen her do before and she pulls it off beautifully. Allie is her usual strong self and Presley is quite nice in her limited role appearing in one scene.
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Wicked As She Seems 

Release date: 4/24/2000
Reviewed on: 12/27/2013 by fu_q

Starring: Nick East, Tom Byron, Kaitlyn Ashley, Peter North, Tiffany Mynx, Chasey Lain, Kaylan Nicole, Jay Ashley, Cody Adams
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Paul Norman
Review brief: The beautiful Chasey Lain plays the part of a bubbly, fun-loving call-girl in "Wicked As She Seems", a good mid-90s release from Wicked Pictures and Paul Norman. As one of her first fuck-flicks, this production is sure to please the fans of this former Wicked contract star (the first, in fact) and later Vivid Girl. Indeed, Chasey quickly catapulted to the top of the industry back in her day, and fans nostalgic for that era will find a lot here.
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Review brief: This is a very fun little fuck flick. There's plenty of fun setting up each of the scenes, and the sex is just as solid with a top notch cast. The technical aspects are every bit as solid as one has come to expect from Wicked Pictures, and some decent effort towards the extras as well. This one's worth the purchase.
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Star Kissed 

Release date: 12/4/2013
Reviewed on: 12/15/2013 by fu_q

Starring: Mr. Pete, Mick Blue, Monique Alexander, Bill Bailey, Alison Tyler, Aaliyah Love, Brad Tyler, Kiera Winters, Tyler Nixon
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Barrett Blade
Review brief: When her cardiologist ex-boyfriend, Bill Bailey, suddenly reenters the picture, Aaliyah Love--now married to another man--is faced with quite the heart-wrenching dilemma in "Star Kissed", an overall-good flick from Barrett Blade and Wicked Pictures. Similar in its storyline to another recent production from Blade ("Harvest Moon"), the idea behind this one is good, but--be it the acting or simply the devil in the details--it just doesn't hit quite as well as the other release in the plot department. Things don't fully gel. Fortunately, Aalyiah is cute as can be, is taking the "D" (which she only recently started to do), and the remainder of the cast puts forth strong sexual performances. This is particularly true for industry veteran, Monique Alexander, who owns her scene from start to finish. In all, it's a good release...but not a stellar one.
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Review brief: This is quite possibly my favorite Stormy Daniels feature so far. The story is predictable, but works great due to how much fun the cast looks to be having with it (especially Stormy and Michael Vegas). The sex is also solid, and fits into the movie very nicely. The technical aspects show the usual great care one expects from Wicked Pictures, and there's a bit of effort put into the extras with three good sex scenes. This one's definitely worth the purchase.
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White Witch 

Release date: 1/15/2014
Reviewed on: 12/7/2013 by fu_q

Starring: Nick Manning, James Deen, Bridgette B., Ryan Driller, Chanel Preston, Skin Diamond, Asphyxia Noir
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Scott Allen
Review brief: Things are certainly not as they seem in "White Witch", an exceptionally gritty, mind-bender of a flick from Wicked Pictures and director Scott Allen. Indeed, James Deen plays the role of a low-end private investigator who has been hired by Nick Manning--a man who's as egotistical as he is wealthy--to find someone named simply "R. Morris". Having but 24 hours to do so--and extraordinarily little to go on--James ultimately seeks out the services of Asphyxia Noir, a so-called "white witch". The gripping and sinuous storyline that unfolds from there is nothing short of awesome, as the audience is left guessing until the very end as to what's fully going on. Complementing this mystery is an excellent cast, strong acting, and a unique filming style that manages to capture the essence and realism of the sex in both its soft- and hardcore form.
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Review brief: This is a must buy release for anyone who considers themselves a fan of Samantha Saint. There's a very nice variety of action, as well as a harder edge that works well with the artistic style of the movie. The technical aspects show some very nice care, and there's also some decent effort towards the extras. This is a darn hot release.
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Hollywood Spa 

Release date: 6/3/2003
Reviewed on: 11/27/2013 by astroknight

Starring: Asia Carrera, John Decker, Jill Kelly, Ruby, Felecia, Serenity, Alex Sanders, Colt Steele, Jacklyn Lick, Papillion, Emmanuelle
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Fred J. Lincoln
Review brief: This isn't a bad release if you're looking for a trip down memory lane. This would have been a pretty good release when one factors in the quality of porn in the mid-90s, but now seems a bit dated. From the story to the cheesy music to the technical aspects, this one barely makes it past the average mark despite having the always reliable Serenity in three of the six scenes. Give this one a rental if you're interested.
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Candy Striper, The 

Release date: 12/11/2013
Reviewed on: 11/21/2013 by fu_q

Starring: Erik Everhard, Toni Ribas, James Deen, Samantha Saint, Xander Corvus, Anna Morna, Rilynn Rae, Bonnie Rotten, Brooklyn Chase
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Jonathan Morgan
Review brief: It's a code red ( in red-hot...) when Wicked's resident blonde bombshell, Samantha Saint, shows up to volunteer (...and more...) at the perviest hospital on the planet. Such is the case in Jonathan Morgan's latest laugh-out-loud comedy, "The Candy Striper", a very good release from Wicked Pictures. Playing the part of the unwitting and innocent newbie to utter perfection, Samantha ends up duped time and time again into the sexual shenanigans of the hospital's assorted characters. They'll stop at nothing to involve her in their hijinks, and--pleaser that she is--she always winds up more than happy to oblige.
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Ring, The 

Release date: 11/6/2013
Reviewed on: 11/20/2013 by astroknight

Starring: T.J. Cummings, Kaylani Lei, Capri Cavanni, Michael Vegas, Gia DiMarco, Samantha Saint, Chad Alva, Rilynn Rae
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Stormy Daniels
Review brief: This is another extremely enjoyable little sex comedy from Stormy Daniels. Kaylani Lei and Michael Vegas play extremely well off each other to drive the movie, and are joined by a very nice supporting cast. The sex works well for the story, and the technical aspects are as solid as one has come to expect from Wicked Pictures. Add in a few nice bonus scenes in the extras and you have a very nice release that's well worth the purchase.
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Review brief: If you like all girl action with a bit of artistic style and plenty of nastiness, this one's definitely worth picking up. The ladies are beautiful, the style is artistic, and you get plenty of threesomes, anal action, toys, and more. Devinn Lane and Nicole Sheridan fans with definitely want to take note with both ladies working their magic in three of the six scenes. The technical aspects are very nice and there's some nice care put into the extras. This one's worth the purchase.
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Review brief: This is an excellent porn parody that's a must buy for any porn fan who loves the original cult classic. jessica drake, Rocco Reed, and Mac Turner do a great job in the leads, and the supporting cast does just as well. The technical aspects are perfect for he movie, and there's a ton of effort towards the extras. This one's definitely worth the purchase price.
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Price Of Lust, The 

Release date: 1/14/2009
Reviewed on: 10/16/2013 by astroknight

Starring: Randy Spears, Voodoo, Mark Wood, Sascha, Stormy Daniels, Amber Rayne, Lindsey Meadows
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Stormy Daniels
Review brief: Movies like this are why I can't help but go into every Stormy Daniels movie with very high expectations. The movie is very well written, acted, and directed with plenty of hot sex and Stormy Daniels showing just how good she is both in front of the camera and behind it. Randy Spears, Lindsey Meadows, and Voodoo are every bit as good leading the movie, and there's a nice little supporting cast as well. Add in some very nice technical aspects and solid care towards the extras and this one is well worth the purchase price.
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Tuff Chick 

Release date: 11/16/2004
Reviewed on: 10/9/2013 by astroknight

Starring: Brad Armstrong, Voodoo, Devinn Lane, Holly Hollywood, Nick Manning, Monique Alexander, Barrett Blade, Gia Jordan, Carmen Hayes
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Michael Zen
Review brief: Devinn Lane and Michael Zen team up for another solid couples feature in this tale of revenge. Devinn Lane does a great job leading the cast, and turns out three hot sex scenes as well as a very nice acting performance. Add in solid performances by Holly Hollywood, Gia Jordan, and Monique Alexander and there's plenty to like here. The technical aspects show some very nice care, and there's also some good effort put into the extras. This one's not without it's faults, but still well worth checking out.
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Review brief: It's a wild, erotic, no-holes-barred ride when the blond beauty, Samantha Saint, is given free reign to act out her inner-most desires in "Samantha Saint is Completely Wicked", an exceptional film from Wicked Pictures and Jonathan Morgan. In what is certain to be a redefining role, Samantha delivers perhaps the dirtiest and most intense performance of her career. Indeed, she does anal, anal play with toys, interracial, and even a glory-hole gangbang...all while managing to look utterly stunning. Everything in this flick is done right--the production values, the camerawork, the sex, and even the soundtrack. What results is nothing short of awesome. If you are going to purchase but a single Samantha Saint movie this year, make sure that it's this one. It's that good.
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Review brief: This is a very solid feature. With a slow pace that lets the story and characters develop as well as sex that fits nicely into the story, Brad Armstrong and Stormy Daniels do a great job behind and in front of the camera, respectively. The technical aspects show some very nice care and there's also some very nice effort put into the extras. This one's definitely worth the purchase.
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Review brief: Michael Raven gets artistic and satirical as he skewers modern day porno. jessica drake takes the lead here as the roles are reversed with women getting the power and not being afraid to use it. The technical aspects show great care and as usual with Wicked Pictures, there's some nice care put into the extras. This is a solid release that's definitely worth picking up if you're even the least bit interested.
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Review brief: Chicanery, deceit, and tragedy ensue when Lexi Belle--a hair-dresser whose marriage to Kris Slater has run into an emotional and financial rough-patch--goes on a free vacation and inadvertently ends up in bed with another man (Steven St. Croix). From there, a sinuous and diabolical tale unfolds, involving all manner of plot twists that will keep the viewer's attention literally pinned to the screen. Such is the case in "Unfaithful", a very good release from Wicked and director / actress Stormy Daniels. Featuring a well-developed and gripping storyline, as well as believable characters and strong production values, this one is certain to please the couples crowd. And, while things get off to something of a slow start sexually, the heat does pick up in the third scene, so there's enough overall erotic charge, as well. In all--and for the correct audience--this dark and foreboding tale of disloyalty is recommendable.
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Harvest Moon 

Release date: 10/2/2013
Reviewed on: 9/20/2013 by fu_q

Starring: Erik Everhard, Mr. Pete, Will Powers, Danny Mountain, Xander Corvus, Madison Fox, Remy Lacroix, Christy Mack, Chloe Amour
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Barrett Blade
Review brief: It's a sticky situation (in more ways than one) for country-girl Remy LaCroix when her absentee former fiance, Danny Mountain, decides to suddenly reappear and insinuate himself into her small-town life. Such is the case in "Harvest Moon", a very good production from Barrett Blade and Wicked Pictures. Continuing Blade's recent winning streak, this flick showcases Ms. LaCroix as a young woman in love whose entire existence is disrupted when Mountain--after having left her with nothing more than broken promises--makes his "triumphant" return. Having moved on and married Mountain's ex-best friend, local-boy Xander Corvus, Remy ends up with difficult and heartrending choices to make...the type of choices that tear at the fabric of her being, her relationship, and her soul. Of course, along the way, there's plenty of hot sex...buttressed by a strong cast and solid complement this well-developed and poignant storyline.
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Review brief: A robbery gone bad leaves jessica drake clinging to life in a hospital's operating room...and her boyfriend--Steven St. Croix--powerless to help. In the anesthesia-induced haze that ensues, jessica embarks upon a dangerous and sexualized journey during which she encounters myriad bizarre characters and places. As her mind conjures up these visual manifestations of the events transpiring in reality, it remains to be seen whether she will make it through, or whether she will be forced to the other side. Such is the case in Brad Armstrong's "Underworld" from Wicked Pictures. An utterly exceptional endeavor, this feature production hits everything almost perfectly. From the scorching and well-captured sex (including multiple anals and a jessica drake DP) to the excellent plot and perfect casting, production values, and costuming, this one is simply awe-inspiring. Indeed, it should not be missed.
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Jugsy (Wicked) 

Release date: 4/2/2003
Reviewed on: 9/18/2013 by astroknight

Starring: Sean Michaels, P.J. Sparxx, Steve Drake, Madison, Heather Lere, Rob Tyler, Heidi Cat
Studio: Wicked

Directed by: Herschel Savage
Review brief: This is a fairly forgettable blast from the past. The story is light, the acting isn't anything special, and the music is as cheesy as one remembers for early nineties porn. The sex isn't bad, but it also isn't anything special. The technical aspects leave plenty to be desired, but for the age of the movie it appears Wicked treated it right. This one's a rental at best.
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Review brief: The story is about a young self-help relationship writer who finds out her fiance is cheating on her during an interview on National TV. She spends some time in the Mountains at her brothers cabin and meets a nice guy named Zach. At the end of her stay she refuses Zach's strange advance and writes a fiction novel based on their potential romance.
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Review brief: This is an above average feature, which is a bit below what I normally expect from Stormy Daniels. Stormy does a very nice job in the movie, and has a great supporting cast with Marcus London, Randy Spears, and Alektra Blue. Although the sex is solid, the movie seemed a bit slow and had a hard time pulling me in at first. The technical aspects, however, are very nice and there's some solid effort put into the extras. This one's a solid rental.
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Review brief: The outfits are tight, the girls are gorgeous, and the sex is smokin' in "Skin Tight", a spandex-ripping ride from Jonathan Morgan and Wicked Pictures. Featuring an all-star bevy of babes in the most form-fitting of attire, this very good release delivers on all of its promises. Indeed, the likes of Christy Mack, Samantha Saint, Dani Daniels, Jennifer White, and Mischa Brooks--who brings up the rear on booty-duty--all bring the heat in their respective sequences...each of which has its own clever and / or comical mini-plot. All things considered, this fine fuck-flick is most certainly worthy.
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