All Reviews by Superoxide
Seven Deadly SinsStudio: VividImaginativeAlthough part of the condom era, the sex was imaginative and therefore sexy.
The smearing of lesbians with food was a bit much, but some must like that. Dark Angels #1 (Disc 1)Studio: New SensationsA fine point The vampires in this movie do not bite their sex partners if they have semen on their faces. So I guess if you don't want to be bitten by a vampire, don't use a cross. Ejaculate on the vampire's face. Good to know. 8th Sin, TheStudio: VividEnjoyablePre-HIV testing and pre-Viagra so condoms all around, but no 20 minute sex scenes which bore couples. Enjoyable couples fare. I still don't know what the 8th sin is - voyeurism? Lovers LaneStudio: WickedGood actingAs expected for a movie of this era, condoms are used. The acting is on a par with cable TV shows. The sex and story are above average. To Die ForStudio: VividEroticThe plot is negligible, but the photography is first rate and the sex scenes are imaginative and erotic. Condoms of course for this era of porn. Everybody Loves Lucy (Disc 2)Studio: HustlerDisappointingWhile the cinematography was good with interesting double anal and double vaginal shots, the sex scenes dragged on and the plot was skimpy. No seduction or foreplay, just immediate sexual activity. Cheers: A XXX Parody (Disc 1)Studio: New SensationsArousingThe couples really seemed to enjoy each other and communicate with more than just profanity. The sex scenes lasted over 20 minutes, so they tend to get redundant. Superman XXX: A Porn ParodyStudio: Vivid-Axel BraunThin plotThere is very little Superman in the movie, but the women are enthusiastic which is always a plus. Shouldn't Superman's ejaculate be more powerful than a locomotive and potentially fatal to those in its way? Portrait Of A Call Girl (Disc 1)Studio: Elegant AngelConvincingThe plot is out of the Lifetime Channel, but the sex is raw and convincing. A call girl who doesn't use condoms or drugs is not believable, but Andrews' performance is.