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February 11, 2016

The Young and the Rest of Us - Season 1 (Adam and Eve - 2016)

Reviewed by: Rick L. Blalock   - February 11, 2016

Starring :

Holly Heart
Steven St. Croix
Elizabeth Bentley
Katerina Kay
Nikki Daniels
Alec Knight
Chloe Amour
Tyler Nixon
Sarah Vandella
Anya Ivy
Gemma Jolie
Seth Gamble

Synopsis
Trophy wives, cheating husbands, vengeful lovers, horny school administrators, busty tutors, lusty college students, blackmail, scandals, lesbian love affairs - these are just a few of the things the residents of College Grove face on a daily basis. So forget those ordinary daytime dramas, because this sexy soap opera will have you hooked... and hard!

(Runtime - 1 hr. 54 mins.)
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THE YOUNG AND THE REST OF US is a web series/Adult soap opera serial from ADAM AND EVE, and the mind of comedic Porn parody master, Will Ryder.  First premiering online as webisodes, the DVD here, presents each of the segments together as one continuous movie(with the show's first season running nearly 2 hours in length).

In this first season, we find ourselves in the college town of College Grove, and more specifically, at Grove State University, where one, Vincent Ferrara is the esteemed President.  Not only does he lead the school, he has also become very prominent and influential in the town of College Grove.  And it is because of his position in the town, that he looks to make a career move, as he has, what seems to be bigger and better ambitions.  Simply put - he wants to run for US Senate.  However, upon his decision, he runs into more than a few complications, some that could very well tarnish his reputation.  His kids("Griffin"(Tyler Nixon), "Elizabeth"(Elizabeth Bentley), and "Britney"(Katerina Kay), are all getting into trouble, and failing classes.  While his second  wife "Abby"(Holly Heart) is a druggie-alcoholic.  And his good friend, John Hargarden"(Alec Knight), turns him down, when he proposes that he join him as his campaign manager and Chief of Staff.  All of which occurs as THE YOUNG AND THE REST OF US, purposely leaves us with a cliffhanger, as Griffin looks to finally score with his sexy Professors(Sarah Vandella), who promises to "reward him for his good grades.  I guess it's up to us to tune into the next season to find out how things go!

February 10, 2016

Weekend to Remember (Wicked Pictures - 2016)

Reviewed by: Rick L. Blalock   - February 10, 2016

Starring :

Casey Calvert
Kiera Nicole
Sara Luvv
Olivia Austin
Edyn Blair
Tommy Pistol
Small Hands
Marcus London
Jake Jace
Rob Carpenter

Synopsis
Corey's overprotective mother takes a weekend trip and leaves her incompetent brother Ricky in charge. Within minutes of Uncle Ricky's arrival, he offends the neighbors and picks up a sexy hitchhiker who robs the house. Desperate to make money to replace his mother's stolen necklace and in hopes of finally getting laid, Corey reluctantly agrees to throw a house party. In a hilarious turn of events, things quickly go from bad to worse.

(Runtime - 1 hr. 48 mins.)

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In the Porn Comedy, WEEKEND TO REMEMBER, from Stormy Daniels, and WICKED PICTURES, young "Corey Bell"(Rob Carpenter) has the house all to himself, when his mom(Jane Hamilton - the legend, formerly known as Veronica Hart), goes out of town on vacation for the weekend. She leaves her bumbling convict brother "Ricky"(Tommy Pistol) in charge for the weekend, however, it would seem that Corey would have been better off being left by himself. Because as soon as "Uncle Ricky" arrives, he already has riled up the new neighbors(Olivia Austin and Marcus London), and soon, an encounter with a Hooker named "Honey"(Keira Nicole) at the liquor store, which he brings home, results in more trouble, when she and her boyfriend make out with a seemingly expensive necklace belonging to Corey's mom.  After the event, panic sets in for Corey and the rest of them, as they are not sure how they will replace the necklace, that is surely irreplaceable.  That's when Uncle Ricky comes up with a brilliant plan: to throw a weekend house party, one that would of course, charge an admission fee to get in.  Ricky sees it as a great opportunity to make fast money, as he calls on his Cuban pal, the eccentric "DJ Pinto" to oversee the jams at the party.  Initially, Corey is reluctant, but eventually, he gives in when he believes that he has no other option.  The party at first is a smash, as he looks to finally hook up with a girl that he likes, named "Elise"(Casey Calvert).  However when those plans don't pan out, it would appear that he finally comes to his senses, ending up with Katrina(Edyn Blair), the girl who's been there for him all along.  But not before the raucous party is busted up and the "Weekend to Remember" comes to an abrupt end with some hilarious results.

February 9, 2016

Love is a Dangerous Game (New Sensations Romance - 2011)

Reviewed by: Rick L. Blalock   - February 9, 2016

Starring :

Richie Calhoun
Xander Corvus
Rocco Reed
Jack Lawrence
Natasha Nice
Kimberly Kane
Alyssa Branch
Kelly Klass
                                                                                                                     

Synopsis
When children's writer, Paulina Connelly, decides to embark on a new career writing horror, she has no idea how it will completely change her life. Needing guidance, she seeks advice from acclaimed horror novelist, Wes Mueller. In their first phone conversation she feels an undeniable connection and agrees to meet with him. But, as their relationship progresses, information about his suspicious past comes to light causing her to fear for her own safety. Is Wes the man of her dreams?...or will Paulina be his next victim? Things aren't always what they seem in this quirky, suspenseful romance!

(Runtime - 1 hr. 34 mins.)

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In the film, LOVE IS A DANGEROUS GAME, despite finding great success with her series of "Molly the Magical Meerkat" books, children's book Author, "Paulina Connelly"(Natasha Nice), looks to make a career change, when she is inspired to pen a Horror novel, by the works of best selling Horror Novelist, "Wes Mueller"(Richie Calhoun).  She finds his work, both edgy and exciting, which is just the type of stuff that she hopes to soon write herself.  It takes some convincing on Paulina's part, but soon, she convinces her agent, Donald"(Jack Lawrence), to give her a shot.  However, for Paulina, there is only one problem - she doesn't know where to begin.  Looking for inspiration, who better to call, than the very man whom inspired her in the first place?  Although he has an unlisted number, the savvy Paulina is able to locate and purchase Mueller's number online, and soon calls him up.  Wes Mueller, who seems to live a secluded lifestyle, is at first, put off by the call.  But when he learns of her identity, he is rather thrilled, as he explains that his niece, just so happens to be a fan of "Molly the Meerkat".  From there, sparks conversation, followed with Mueller being glad to help her.  The two soon hit it off, much to the chagrin of Paulina's sister, "Sara"(Kimberly Kane) and her boyfriend, "Craig"(Rocco Reed), who both believe that Mueller is a shady character,  Because, after all, any Author who writes stories with titles such as "Torture Devices of the Soul" "Stungun City" and "Bullet in the Heart of Hate", must be crazy, right?  Paulina initially blows it off, but it is when Sara and Craig locate an article in as issue of "Novelist Monthly". that things about Mueller, begin to look rather suspicious.  The article, published one year ago, chronicles Mueller's 3 month stay in an institution, due to a mental illness.  Could Sara and Craig actually be right?  Could his  story be far more fact than fiction?  It's possible.  And because of that Paulina shuts him out, although he continues to call.  Fast forward in time a little, and it has been some time since she last spoke to Mueller.  However, in a surprise, he unexpectedly shows up at her door, just as she is getting ready to go to dinner.  So, is he there to slaughter her in cold blood?  Not quite.  In fact, he has a plausible explanation for everything, cluing us in on just has dedicated he is to his work.  But that doesn't mean that the two can't have a little fun with Sara and Craig.  When they show up to dinner together, Mueller is quick to assume the act of unhinged crazy person, much to the delight of Paulina, and the real life Horror of Sara and Craig.  In the end, Paulina discovers that sometimes assumptions aren't always true, and that sometimes love finds you when you least expect it.

February 4, 2016

Movie Review: Werewolves in Heat (2015)

Okay. I promised David Hayes that I would be brutally honest in my review of this movie and I intend to keep it. (please don’t be mad please don’t be mad please don’t be mad)

Werewolves in Heat is about three young men about town looking to party and get laid. Renting a house out in the desert they plan a big shin dig but if they don't want it to end up a sausage fest, they need to find some ladies. ASAP. They journey to a local bar where they hire some hookers for the evening. How convenient…except, unbeknownst to our gentlemen callers, these ladies are also werewolves and our intrepid heroes are on their dinner menu.


That's really all you need to know about the film. There is nothing deep, or even all that interesting, about the story. The characters are tissue paper, the acting is terrible, and the whole thing felt like a group of people made a movie just because they could. Basically the entire film is jerk-off fodder for 13 year old boys - which is maybe why I didn't like it.

There were just a couple of bits that made the 70 minute watch time worth it. The man-servant that comes with the rental house, Captain Bill, was amusing. He had little zingers here and there, he kept himself in the front closet until needed, and he wore a captain's hat the whole time. He made me laugh once or twice.

Lost and Found (New Sensations Romance - 2011)

Reviewed by: Rick L. Blalock   - February 4, 2016

Starring :

Allie Haze
Lexi Belle
Kimberly Kane
Zoe Voss
Xander Corvus
Chad Alva
Tony De Sergio

Synopsis

In Lost and Found, David (Xander Corvus), a swinging bachelor who's tired of his old ways, can't believe his luck when Jen (Allie Haze) moves in next door. After being uncharacteristically at a loss for words, David is helped by his roommate, Steve (Chad Alva), who devises a scheme that is certain to bring Jen and David together. Is there no limit to what a man will do for a shot at love? Find out in this adorable romance about a man, a woman and the little pup that brought them together by nearly tearing them apart.

(Runtime - 1 hr. 58 mins.)
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In the film, LOST AND FOUND, "David" is a young bachelor, who has has spent most of his young Adult life searching for love.  However most of his discoveries have resulted in only one night stands.  When his latest night out ends just as they always do, with the woman(Zoe Voss), just up and leaving the next morning, David is quick to voice his frustration to his couch potato roommates, Steve"(Chad Alva) and his girlfriend, "Vicky"(Kimberly Kane).  It is then that Steve and Vicky note David's attraction to the new neighbor, the attractive "Jen"(Allie Haze), who has just moved in.  David acknowledges his liking to the new girl next door, but can't fathom a way to break the proverbial ice.  David just so happens to run into Jen as she is out walking her dog, "Boz".  It is a rather casual exchange between the two, as "Boz" seems to take to David.  Ironically it is "Boz", that would soon set things in motion.  That's because, soon when Jen leaves the house to go shopping with her friends "Meg"(Lexi Belle) and "Roger"(Tony De Sergio), "Boz" gets out, and somehow ends up in David's backyard.  When he finds him, he reports it to Steve and Vicky, and it is Steve that has a radical idea.  It's an idea that he believes will get David closer to the girl of his dreams.  Steve thinks that they should hide the dog, while David pretends to know nothing of his whereabouts.  Steve thinks it's a surefire plan, but David, the nice guy doesn't go for it....initially.  However things change when David goes to return "Boz", only to find Jen isn't home.  And of course when David returns home, things sort of gravitate to Steve's original plan.  The roommates hide "Boz", and soon, David and Jen develop a relationship as they do things such as go on walks and post up missing posters around town.  David knows that he has done wrong to arrive at this point, but loves the attention and affection that Jen gives to him.  Which makes it even more complicated, when the two start to fall for one another.  It is at that point, that David is faced with a dilemma.  He knows that he must return "Boz" eventually, but will doing so cause a rift in the good thing that he has found with Jen?  As it turns out, he would eventually have no choice but to finally tell Jen, when Steve and Vicky mistakenly let their cover slip.  Jen, is of course, is devastated by the revelation, and vows to never speak to, or see David even again.  But, as with every great story, fate soon steps in, when it is "Boz", the dog that started the whole ordeal, that brings them back together again.

February 3, 2016

Movie Review: The Young Like It Hot (1982) and Sweet Young Foxes (1983)

Directed by Bob Chinn (uncredited)

Movie review by Greg Goodsell

The camera's in focus, the colors are luscious and the girls are all pretty – kind of sort of. It's as good as it gets for the twilight of Golden Age Porno. Both The Young Like It Hot and Sweet Young Foxes were released just before video killed the porno star. This Video Syndrome pairing will send lots of old perverts waxing nostalgic – among other things! – as well as younger folk, late to the party of filmed flesh.

The Young Like It Hot concerns a small telephone company and the randy lads and lasses who keep it running. When the operators' jobs are threatened with automation, supervisor Hyapatia Lee – long brunette locks and legs up to here, tells the gals to give their customers a more “personalized” service. This entails  handing out lots of specious bedroom techniques to couples on the other line. There is also lots of lame comedy. A construction worker (Joey Sivera) asks blonde bimbo switchboard jockey questions about electrical wiring. “I don't know anything about electricity, but my boyfriend always told me that I light up a room!” Har-de-har-har. The bimbo's advice – “Choose the yellow wire! Such a positive color!” leads to near fatal accidents and unbridled hilarity.

Women play with their pussies, get eaten out, suck dick, fuck – everything ends happily!

The extra for this film on the Vinegar Syndrome DVD is an interview with porno stalwart Bill Margold – and what a raconteur he is! I've met the gentleman in person and he can spin a yarn, I tell ya … well, anyway, he talks about his part in the film as an obscene phone caller. The scene indeed is a rarity: a solo male masturbation in a heterosexual porno. The story is simple and unadorned, Margold did as he was told – some of his filthy talk was appropriated by the character of the like-minded Paul, played by the late Paul Seymour Hoffman in Todd Solondz' Happiness (1999)! – and he was later informed years later by a college student that his scene was a positive influence on his overall social development. Whatever.

Sweet Young Foxes has even less plot: Three rather mature college

Again, women play with their pussies, get eaten out, suck dick, fuck – everything ends happily! Familiar fleshy appendages belong to such fuck film favorites as Cara Lott, Ron Jeremy and Kay Parker are all trotted out with cheerful abandon!

The extra for Sweet Young Foxes is an interview with porno director extraordinaire Bob Chinn, who comes off as a nice, normal, workaday guy pressed into the skin trade. He relates how his wife had to wait until their children went to bed before she could bang out scripts on the kitchen table for the next day's shoot. Chinn's interview ends abruptly, when he admits that he just got sick of the porn business. 

Vinegar Syndrome has done their usual exemplary job of creating a sparkling transfer for these long-in-the-tooth one-handers. The colors are beautiful and the photography is way above the norm for projects of this type. There's no real reason to pass up on these sweet young foxes, so if this is your thing – dig in!

coeds in a luxurious home have the summer in front of them following their freshman year (Lee) and decide to get laid as much as possible.

(This just in on the Vinegar Syndrome web site -- this edition was limited to only 2,000 copies -- and is already sold out!)

Wetwork (Vivid - 2014)

Reviewed by: Rick L. Blalock   - February 3, 2016

Starring :

Steven St. Croix
Richie Calhoun
Derrick Pierce
Danny Wylde
Penny Pax
Kimberly Kane
Claire Robbins
Eva Karera

Synopsis
From AVN Award-Winning director Eli Cross comes a story of spies, international intrigue, assassins, and prostitutes of every sort... sexual and political. As ruthless spy Anthony faces a midlife crisis, he must decide whether to keep playing the kiss and tell, murder and mayhem game, or retire. But retire to what? And what about Katherine, the seemingly normal artist, who just happens to kill her patrons after sex... who Anthony quickly becomes entangled with in a deadly game of cat and mouse. If you like your porn hot, nasty and layered, Wetwork is your film. With three anals, a beautiful San Francisco location, and the budget of a mainstream film, this is Eli Cross at his best... and it doesn't get any better than that.

(Runtime - 2 hr. 33 mins.)
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In the film,WETWORK "Anthony" is a legendary spy, who is at a crossroads in his life.  He wants to give up his secret, and calculated profession after years of carrying out hits around the world.  After executing one last hit in Paris, he says that's it.  However, after returning home to California, he finds that he just can't give up what he's best at, and decides to take on the next mission.  The mission?  To trail and the execute a woman named "Katherine Mox".  On the surface, to everyone else, Katherine is an upcoming artist who's appearing on the cover of various art magazines. But to the people at Anthony's agency, Katherine Mox, is a cold-blooded assassin.  An assassin, who's good with a gun, but even better with a knife.  While initially Anthony tries to keep a low profile, by posing as a journalist from Vanity Fair, who looks to do an article on Mox's success in the art world, it doesn't take the savvy Katherine long to figure him out.  As the two of them meet head on, they come to discover that not only was Anthony hired by a man named "Singer"(Bryn Pryor) to kill Katherine, likewise he had hired she to get rid of Anthony, whom "Singer" now sees as an unstable liability.  With Anthony and Katherine now both wanted individuals, their enemies become common.  But none are worse than the man who hired both of them - the elusive "Singer".  As a love affair grows between Anthony and Katherine, Anthony reports back that he has killed his target, all the while, he and Katherine work together to close in on "Singer".  They soon do, but in the film's last act(Which ends beautiful in an abandoned warehouse), there is a twist to this tale of assassins and spies, which throws deception into the mix, resulting in an intense conclusion.

February 2, 2016

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Marriage 2.0 (Lionreach Productons/Adam and Eve - 2015)

Reviewed by: Rick L. Blalock   - February 2, 2016

Starring :

India Summer
Dylan Ryan
Nina Hartley
Sadie Lune
Devi
Carol Queen
Ryan Driller
Mickey Mod
Andre Shakti
Christian Wilde
Chris Ryan (Non Sex)

Synopsis
In Marriage 2.0, beautiful Bay Area documentarian India (India Summer) wants to love unconditionally - we all do - but as she pushes the boundaries of her relationship with her long-time boyfriend (Ryan Driller), she finds that tearing down boundaries is much easier than creating new rules to live by.  Lost in this new cultural landscape of the open relationship, India seeks the sage advice of luminaries such as Christopher Ryan (bestselling author of Sex at Dawn) and Nina Hartley (in an equally sexy, poignant, and hilarious performance as India's mother) - but will she follow it?  Set against the vivid, natural beauty of Northern California and San Francisco - the cultural epicenter of the alternative relationship movement - Marriage 2.0 celebrates a modern redefinition of the committed relationship as a springboard for adventure, where unfettered physical and emotional intimacy can fuel our passion while strengthening the bond with those we love.
Megan and Eric

(Runtime - 2 hr. 7 mins.)
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In the film, MARRIAGE 2.0, "India"(India Summer) is a documentary filmmaker who lives in San Francisco.  For 8 years she has enjoyed a relationship with a man named "Eric"(Ryan Driller), who himself, works as an artist and writer.  Much of their relationship, we find has been happy, however we learn that part of the reason for that is because India has allowed some adjustments.  In other words, she has allowed an open relationship on Eric's behalf.  And because of this, Eric has another lady, a younger blonde, named "Kara"(Dylan Ryan), which he occasionally sees.  But while she how allowed Eric to have relations with others, she herself, has chosen to remain monogamous.  It is something that has not bothered her until now, when the topic becomes the topic of a current documentary piece she is now working.  The documentary, titled "Marriage 2.0" is centered around Monogamy, and it's alternative variants - particularly, open relationships.  In her interviews for the documentary, she talks to Author Chris Ryan and his partner, Cacilda Jetha who argue the case for open relationship opposed to traditional monogamy.  The talks, with these professionals, friends and her mother(Nina Hartley),cause India's thoughts, when it comes to being with only one partner to soon change.  It all starts when a getaway she plans for she and Eric, must be postponed because Eric has plans to take Kara out for her Birthday - that's when the jealously finally sets in for her.  However, things reach their peak when during a dinner party(which includes a full blown orgy), she finally meets Kara for the first time, and then later catches Eric and Kara in the middle of a steamy sex act.  From there, heartbroken and also jealous, India goes on the explore her side of the open relationship as well.  However, although she enjoys experimenting and opening her self up more in terms of freedom, she soon accepts that she can love only one partner.

January 28, 2016

Fantasies (New Sensations Tales from the Edge - 2015)

Reviewed by: Rick L. Blalock   - January 28, 2016

Starring :

Carter Cruise
Sara Luvv
Chanel Preston
Katrina Jade
Xander Corvus
Toni Ribas
Richie Calhoun
Michael Vegas
Stallion

Synopsis
A night of good friends and good drinks turns into a wild night of sex and passion when Carter and her 3 college roommates turn her sexual fantasy into reality. Eager to realize her fantasy of having sex with a stranger, Sara meets two men on a business trip and invites them back to her hotel room for wild, anonymous sex... but there is a twist. For her 5-year anniversary celebration, an unsuspecting Chanel has her bedroom fantasy brought to life by her husband and a complete stranger. Passions ignite when Katrina invites a colleague over to hammer out a contract drawn up by her husband - a contract that involves her having sex with another man... Him.

(Runtime - 2 hr. 49 mins.)
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From their Tales from the Edge line, comes this series of 4 vignettes from Directors; Jacky St. James, Eddie Powell, and Paul Woodcrest.  FANTASIES presents 4 short tales about people making their fantasies a reality.  Here, we have a front row seat, as people act out their most desired, most craved fantasies.  The scenarios played out in FANTASIES are strip poker - which leads to a multi-person gang bang. voyeurism, three-way, and submissive sex.

January 27, 2016

Wild Inside (Vivid - 2014)

Reviewed by: Rick L. Blalock   - January 27, 2016

Starring :

Tommy Pistol
Richie Calhoun
Lee Stone
Barry Scott
Ava Jay
Andy San Dimas
Lily Labeau
Lexi Swallow

Synopsis
James is a mild-mannered bank vice president, who occasionally steals an extra newspaper, dines and dashes, and cheats a little on his taxes... he's a closet rebel. Lulu is a free-spirited girl who breaks into houses, steals cars and hearts in equal measure, and apologizes for nothing. When Lulu meets James, they bring out each other's shadow side, leading them on a sexual adventure far from James' straight-laced life, and into a dangerous world that includes Lulu's fresh-out-of-prison-Husband, Ray. David Stanley presents a multi-layered drama, with a story as highly charged as its sex, with an insane threeway, all-natural beauties, and facials galore. Open it up... It's Wild Inside.

(Runtime - 2 hr. 9 mins.)
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In the film, WILD INSIDE, James' life should be quite alright, seeing as he has just been promoted to the Vice President for Marquette, the bank in which he works.  But it's not.  That's because James is down and out after his wife "Shelia(Lexi Swallow) left with their kids, 6 weeks ago, after he caught her cheating.  Ever since then, he has been sort of lost, which during this time, sees him looking for an escape.  That is what he believes he has found, when he meets a young woman named "Lulu"(Ava Jay).  Lulu has an adventurous side that the otherwise straight-laced James finds intriguing, and after a sexual encounter, and the hot-wiring of one's car, the pair head out on a road trip to "Lulu's friend "Nancy's"(Andy San Dimas) house.  All is good as the group of 3, head out to the local bar, but that is where they soon would run into trouble.  It's because, also there is "Ray"(Tommy Pistol), Lulu's husband, who just so happens to be fresh out of lockup, after serving 5 months for home invasion.  The night ends with James beat up, bruised and battered, at the hands of Ray.  Yes, James should have stayed away, yet his growing interest in Lulu(whose real name, we lean by this time, is "Audrey"), draws him back to Nancy's house, but there he doesn't just find Lulu/Audrey, he walks right into an elaborate plan, which has been orchestrated by Ray.  Knowing that James has recently been promoted to Vice President at Marquette, Ray kidnaps James in an attempt to have the sum of 2 million dollars transfered over to him.  With time ticking away and the window of opportunity for escaping closing, James must think fast, and what happens in the end, may, or may not have dangerous consequences.

January 26, 2016

Pee-Wee's XXX Adventure (Vivid - 2012)

Reviewed by: Rick L. Blalock   - January 26, 2016
Starring :

Tommy Pistol
Evan Stone
Tom Byron
John Strong
Barry Scott
Jerry
Lucas Stone
Capri Anderson
Aiden Starr
Jada Fire
Lea Lexis

Synopsis

Pee-Wee loves Dolly more than anything else in the world. Too bad she's a doll. But Pee-Wee doesn't want to admit it. To him she's as real as the bowtie around his neck, much to the chagrin of sex worker Lizzy, who longs for Pee-Wee as much as Pee-Wee lusts for Dolly. When Dolly is stolen by a mysterious bandit, Pee-Wee goes on a wild, madcap recovery mission, complete with ghost truckers, gangbanging bikers, and a porno director named Chorkle...only to find Dolly as a prop on a Lizzy porn set! Will Lizzy finally consummate her love for Pee-Wee? Is Pee-Wee really over Dolly? Will you bust a nut over the crazed 4-way interracial ass fuck, or Capri Anderson's awesome body? Hit play (as in playhouse) and find out.

(Runtime - 2 hr. 7 mins.)
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In PEE-WEE'S XXX ADVENTURE "Pee-Wee"(Tommy Pistol) is a child-like man, who lives a very happy life.  The day starts out like any other; he wakes up, checks his weight on the scale, pumps his penis up with an enlarger, brushes his teeth, and even plays with his breakfast perversely before eating it.  The morning goes well, as he even caps it off with a love session with his sex doll, that he affectionately calls "Dolly"(Aiden Starr).  When it comes to "Dolly", she is his best friend, and even though she is not real to others, she is very real to him.  He even calls "her" his girlfriend - much to the dissatisfaction to his friend "Lizzy", who is truly in love with Pee-Wee.  But just as the day was going rather swell, things take a turn for the worse when it appears that someone has stolen Pee-Wee's "Dolly".  It all happened when Pee-Wee stopped at "Chuck's"(Evan Stone) novelty store to purchase some fresh sexual goodies.  But unfortunately, after being treated to a viewing of Chuck's latest arrivals, and a back room sex show from Lizzy, Pee-Wee returns to the parking lot to discover that his car....and "Dolly", are gone.  This soon sends Pee-Wee into a panic, as he embarks on a journey to find his "Dolly".  First, Pee-Wee checks with his nemesis, "Francis"(Evan Stone), who had shown interest in "Dolly" previously.  Then, Pee-Wee hitchhikes to a biker bar, via a mysterious trucker named "Large Marge"(Evan Stone).  After escaping a certain demise at the hands of "Big John"(Lucas Stone) and his gang, Pee-Wee discovers that "Dolly" has somehow made "her" way onto a porn set in Hollywood - a film appropriately called "Dollhouse", which is being directed by "Chorkle Horkenfish"(Evan Stone).  So from Arizona, "Big John" hooks Pee-Wee up with a ride via one of his pals, a convict, whom has just spent 14 months in prison, for walking around with a boner in his pants, in the state of Arizona.  Apparently, it's illegal. The trip isn't without hurdles, as the two are eventually pulled over by the cops, however they are able to get out of trouble, due to some quick thinking on the part of Pee-Wee, who dresses up as a woman to fool them.  But despite the setback, Pee-Wee eventually makes it to Hollywood, and on the set of "Dollhouse", where he finds several hopefuls already auditioning for the film's sequel.  Yes even Ron Jeremy can't pass up the opportunity to audition.  It is amongst those auditioning, that Pee-Wee dons a disguise and calls himself "Big Wee".  It works, because Horkenfish is drawn to the look.  It is just what Pee-Wee needed in order to make it on to the set, and to locate "Dolly", whom he eventually does find amid all of the fucking and other shenanigans on set.  His quest to rescue "Dolly" leads to hilarious crashing of several scenes, as he races through them in a bid to escape Horkenfish, and with his prized doll.  So, who really took Dolly?  It all leads to one person. Lizzy, who cannot fight her feelings for Pee-Wee.  In the end, with a little help from "Dolly", Pee-Wee comes to realize that he needs someone who isn't just pieces and parts(particularly ones that have parts that require washing after use), that he needs a real girl.  And although Pee-Wee once thought of her as a "filthy, disgusting whore", as she is a sex worker, he now realizes that she is just the right girl for him.  The journey that Pee-Wee had to go on, to first rescue "Dolly" and then to find love with Lizzy, was an interesting one. So interesting, that Chorkle Horkenfish wants to make it a movie - a porn movie.  And so he does, and then Pee-Wee and Lizzy of course lived happily ever after.

January 21, 2016

The Exes and Ohhhs (New Sensatons Tales from the Heart - 2015)

Reviewed by: Rick L. Blalock   - January 21, 2015

Starring :

Aria Alexander
Jade Nile
Alli Rae
Casey Calvert
Michael Vegas
Richie Calhoun
Tyler Nixon
Ryan McLane

Synopsis
While helping friends plan a wedding, Jade and Michael's lingering feelings ignite a passionate conversation about what went wrong in their relationship. Desperately in love with her ex-boyfriend Ryan, Aria concocts a variety of scenarios to lure him over to her apartment. Tyler's true feelings for his ex-girlfriend Alli surface after a heated argument about her new boyfriend. Richie fights to save his relationship with is ex-girlfriend Casey when she suggests they sell the home they own together.

(Runtime - 1 hr. 50 mins.)

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THE EXES AND OHHHS, is a film from Writer/Director Jacky St. James, and NEW SENSATIONS from their "Tales from the Heart" line of films.  It is a vignette film, featuring a series of 4 short stories centering around the idea of Exes rekindling their relationships - and what it takes for them to find love again.

January 20, 2016

Second Chances (New Sensations Romance - 2014)

Reviewed by: Rick L. Blalock   - January 20, 2016

Starring :

Carter Cruise
Allie Haze
Jessa Rhodes
Chad White
Brendon Miller
Logan Pierce

Synopsis

During her Freshman year of college, Madison Presley thought she'd met the love of her life when she starting dating handsome football player, Josh Rochette. That is, until she found herself the butt of a giant fraternity joke that he had carefully orchestrated behind her back. Devastated by his betrayal, Madison spends the next three years trying to move past her heartbreak with the help of her unfailingly loyal friend, Dean and wisecracking roommates, Olivia and Lucas. But, when Josh unexpectedly comes back into her life during her senior year - Madison's world is thrown into a tailspin. Although older, wiser, and far more jaded than when she'd first fallen for him, she's left wondering whether something truly wonderful can come out of giving people Second Chances.

(Runtime - 2 hr. 13 mins.)

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In the film, SECOND CHANCES, college Senior, "Madison Presley"(Carter Cruise) was left heartbroken when, during her Freshman year, her Jock boyfriend, "Josh Rochette"(Chad White) dumped her has part of a cruel Fraternity initiation.  The initiation called for him to sleep with, and then subsequently dump someone on the night of the annual Fall formal for no reason at all.  Unfortunately, Madison was the sacrificial lamb.  The act even earned her the nickname of "Wham, Bam, Thank you, Lamb" around campus.  It is something that over the years, she has learned to cope with.  Fast forward a little bit, to the present time.  It is now 3 years since the heart crushing event, and she has since been successful at moving on.  She runs an animal charity group called "Pets Heal Hearts" with her roommates, Lucas(Logan Pierce) and Olivia(Jessa Rhodes), with which they rescue, and rehabilitate animals, with the help of children.  She also spends a lot of her time working at a local bar for her Bartender boss, "Dean"(Brendon Miller).  But it is at that very bar, that her world is shaken up when Josh shows up with his new girlfriend, "Bethany Landis"(Allie Haze). Madison does all that she can to avoid him, but then the unthinkable happens, when an anonymous donation for the sum of $5,000, in made to the charity. Initially, Madison and her roommates have no clue but to wonder would could be so generous. But it is after some digging, that the hack savvy Lucas finds out exactly who.  It's none other than Josh Rochette himself.  This causes Madison to have a few questions.  Why would he do this?  Is he trying to win her over(again)? Will he get in the way of a possible new romance with Dean?  Or does her one time man in her life simply want a second chance in order to redeem himself?

January 19, 2016

Double Feature from Hell: Hellinger and Holy Terror

That title pretty much sums it up. This write up is the result of me having to sit through two crappy films in one afternoon. So put your big girl panties on and let’s get through it.


Hellinger (1997)

We begin this movie with a flashback to 20 years earlier. Eight-year old Melissa’s dad is being a total dick to her because his wife, her mom, left him. Apparently the little tyke is afraid of the dark and of something called Hellinger, a mythical demon of sorts that she fears will come take her away to Hell. So naturally the dad taunts her because dick and by doing so, incurs the wrath of Hellinger - who’s real, by the way - who pops in just long enough to pluck out daddy’s eyes and deliver a promise to return.

He doesn’t give us a timetable or a reason WHY so Melissa is left frantic, fearful, and fucked in the head.

Now it’s present day and Melissa is in therapy (shocking). Her therapist doesn’t believe her story about Hellinger, even though she saw him the other night! The power went out in her apartment and Hellinger showed up, tore some skin off his face then ate it. He blathered on about how much he missed her. Is he hitting on her or something? I guess yelling at a woman about how much you love her eyes and wanting to rip them from her skull is considered foreplay in the demon world

Elsewhere in the city, the cops are presented with a couple of gutted and eyeless bodies. The main detective hires Ken, some ginger with a Yakuza complex, who just happens to be Melissa’s cousin, and he stumbles upon this Hellinger story. Apparently Hellinger was a priest back in the 50s who was murdered during astral projection. And when Melissa was a girl she basically called on him to help her when her dad was being a dick bag.

Come with me if you want to die of boredom.

So it turns out that Hellinger has pretty much been PROTECTING Melissa her all along  - from some very bad elements in her life - and that’s why he loves her or some shit like that. So she punches a hole in his face.

FIN

Wow. Just...wow. I did leave out some details here because I wouldn’t want to spoil all the fun for you. And by fun I mean boredom that makes you wish you had some gut-wrenching parasite just so you could CARE about something.

The acting. Oh, dear lord it’s awful but I was expecting that. It’s the norm in this kind of flick. Though I have to say the actress playing adult Melissa wasn’t all that bad. Not great but compared to everyone else she was Laurence Olivier.

The music is terrible. It’s either similar to that minimalist shit by Phillip Glass or cheesy rock music. Never really fit the film but it was probably free or cheap. The sound in general is awful. The dialogue is very muffled most of the time if not completely inaudible, like in the scene where Ken talks to some random hookers and their pimp outside. All you hear is street noise. When you can decipher the words it sounds completely forced and unnatural.

I don’t really understand what was going on with Hellinger. Why was he yelling all the time? And if he wasn’t yelling he sounded like he might be choking on his own spit or a fur ball. The look of the character is cenobite rip-off. There’s even a dream scene where he’s beckoning to Melissa and there are chains hanging down and swinging around him. When he’s not spouting love sonnets to Melissa he’s philosophizing about life and shit. It’s like Pinhead and Dr. Phil made a baby in Hell.

There is one very brutal rape/murder scene that made me cringe. It seemed added in either as filler or as “oh shit we forgot to expand on this character to explain why Hellinger does what he does later” so they needed to make it memorable. That it was, folks. That it was. And not in a good way. It was complete overkill (no pun intended) and though it might have been necessary to expand part of the plot, it could have been handled better. 





*pours herself a nice glass of Rum Chata to ease the pain of having to do this again so soon*



Holy Terror (2002)

The second feature can be summed up like so: A nun, who was possessed by the Devil in life, must now do Satan’s bidding in death. I only know this because of the blurb on the back of the DVD. Nowhere in the movie is it ever really explained, though I suppose some of the silent movie overacting in the opening scene does give us a bit of an idea.

Kane, a milquetoast real estate agent, is somehow in the employ of the evil nun. He rents a particular house to young couples who are eventually killed by the nun. It’s like he’s setting up sacrifices for her or something. The newest couple, Julie and David, move in and right away weird shit begins to happen. The evil nun is invading their dreams. But what does that matter? We’re young and horny and have a pool!

They eventually have a house warming party and invite over four friends. Kane shows up at one point to drop off papers so he might as well join in. Needless to say (oh but I will) one by one they are picked off by the evil nun in her never ending quest as Satan’s bitch.

Oy vey.

Again, this is just terrible. Luckily it’s only an hour long so my suffering was limited. Pretty much like everything in the flick.

The acting is sooooo lackluster. Again, quelle surprise! However, I got a good laugh when I recognized the actress who plays Julie. She was in a Brain Damage film called Hell’s Highway - another low budget film but it was much more entertaining than this. She’s also been in a bunch of soft core porn. Yeah, I recognized her from that stuff, too. 

The music is that angry speed metal crap or styled like shitty 80s pop music. The special effects (basically the nun using some kind of demon psychokinesis on Kane when he gets all uppity) look very vintage arcade video game-esque, aka laaaaaaaame. Maybe if I threw a bunch of quarters at my TV it would have been better.

The whole movie felt trite and uninspired. Many of the scenes felt like filler and most of the characters were just plain stupid and I didn’t even care when they died.




Nothing at all redeeming about either of these films.


0 Hatchets (out of 5)

The Submission of Emma Marx: Boundaries (New Sensations Erotic Stories - 2015)

Reviewed by: Rick L. Blalock   - January 19, 2016

Starring :

Penny Pax
Riley Reid
 Richie Calhoun
Van Wylde
Logan Pierce

Synopsis
When a new contract is drafted up defining the parameters of their BDSM relationship, Emma realizes that Mr. Frederick is anything but predictable. With new rules pushing her beyond her emotional and sexual limits, Emma finds herself caught up in a whirlwind of erotic excitement. But when someone from Mr. Frederick's past resurfaces, her world is rocked to the very core. Rattled by the realization that sometimes the road to sexual freedom comes with a price, Emma must confront her inner demons and decide whether she's capable of a relationship that challenges the boundaries she's defined for herself.

(Runtime - 2 hr. 21 mins.)
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Picking up 3 years after the last film, THE SUBMISSION OF EMMA MARX: BOUNDARIES finds the character of "Emma Marx"(Penny Pax) settled comfortably within her alternative BDSM lifestyle with Mr. William Frederick.  When we last saw them, they entered into a part time agreement, however now we find, that things have gone full time, as Emma is now William Frederick's full-time "Sub". The two now living together in a house that they purchased together, still play by strict rules.  Rules which Frederick sets.  Emma, must always be in submission to him, even when he is not there, must also wear what he chooses for her, as well as keep her body looking just right.  In addition to, she must accept and complete all challenges given to her, or else be punished. It even goes as far as her having to ask for his permission to sleep with him.  The rules are definitely out of the ordinary, however, it is the lifestyle that they live, and it is a lifestyle that Emma is comfortable with - that is until one of Frederick's challenges approaches another one of Emma's personal boundaries.  Like last time with anal sex, Frederick proposes something that Emma would never do.  And what is it this time?  A threesome.  It is a topic of discussion, which overlaps into her "regular" life, as her sister "Nadia"(Riley Reid), and her husband, now of 3 years, "Ray"(Van Wylde), have ventured to try BDSM, however, Nadia is turned off by bringing someone else into the picture, when Ray suggests it.  She just won't have it. And it is Nadia's rejection that has Emma thinking long and hard about her situation at hand.  Frederick gets Emma to open up about a little crush that she has on the new guy at the office, "Shane Covington"(Logan Pierce), with whom, he eventually proposes they engage in a three-way with.  Penny is initially appalled by the idea, as she does not wish to stray away from the exclusive relationship she shares with Frederick, however, Frederick's intimidation factor is enough to make the reluctant Penny, send out a few "feelers" to Shane in the form of notes at work.  Small notes that are rather intimate in nature.  She tells him that she has masturbated at the thought of him, and follows that up with asking him if he has ever thought about fucking her.  She even slips him a pair of panties at the encouragement of Frederick.  It is just another thing which takes her further out of her comfort zone.  However, little did she know that her relationship with Frederick would be later, further tested, when someone else enters the picture.  William Frederick's first "Sub" - "Audrina Whitman"(Sara Luvv),  It is an arrival that makes Emma extremely jealous, as it would appear that the relationship between she and Frederick slowly begins to unravel.  Why is it that Frederick is spending time with an ex-associate?  And why is it that he mysteriously leaves the house late at night, and mornings.  All of these questions are answered as Emma Marx continues her journey into the alternative and unpredictable world of BDSM lifestyles. As Emma and Frederick making adjustments to their exclusive agreement, it all concludes with boundaries being crossed at long last.

January 14, 2016

Movie Review: Dirty Deeds (Wicked Pictures - 2014)

Reviewed by: Rick L. Blalock   - January 14, 2016

Starring :

Stormy Daniels
Lea Lexis
Dahlia Sky
Gabriella Paltrova
Misty Stone
Ryan Driller
Erik Everhard
Daniel Hunter
Xander Corvus

Synopsis
Co-workers Carrie and Justin are both in need of some extra money. Carrie’s looking for her own place, after discovering her boyfriend’s secret sex tape and Justin’s saving for an expensive engagement ring to satisfy his obnoxious girlfriend. As a result, they join forces and begin working odd jobs for extra money and before long … they begin to fall in love. With scintillating sex and ‘laugh out loud’ dialogue, “Dirty Deeds” will satisfy couples and fans of romantic comedies, as well as fans of, star and director, Stormy Daniels.

(Runtime - 2 hr. 04 mins.)

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In DIRTY DEEDS, a film written and directed by Stormy Daniels, Daniels stars as "Carrie", a woman whose life was seeming to go just fine, before she found out that her boyfriend, "Matt"(Ryan Driller) has been cheating on her.  But that is when things go south, as she realizes that her job at Carson's Collections, a collections agency, just doesn't pay enough to afford a new apartment,  Carrie eventually finds herself soon moving in with a kooky co-worker named Tricia(Joanna Angel).  It's an awkward living arrangement for sure, especially when Carrie takes note of the strange relationship that Tricia has with her brother(Small Hands).  It's enough to urge her to start looking for odd jobs to earn extra money, in order to get her own place.  So together with a co-worker named "Justin"(Xander Corvus), who is in a likewise position(he wants to afford a platinum engagement ring for his demanding girlfriend, "Regina"), Carrie begins to embark on a series of odd jobs to earn money.  It begins with Carrie taking a job at a horse stable, and Justin, a job as a Production Assistant on a porn set.  Neither job, needless to say, works in their favor.  So from there, they join together in their quest. It is a journey that moves them through a series of jobs.  Jobs such as; Repossessing cars, cleaning murder scenes(as well as Port-o-Potties), working on a farm, nude modeling, and lastly they take jobs as exterminators for Tricia's cousin's(Dick Chibbles) company, "Assassinations by Jed". None of the jobs that Carrie and Justin partake in are grand, but they serve their purpose, and in the end, the two are able to meet their goals.  Carrie gets a new apartment, while Justin is able to get Regina her expensive ring.  However, it is when they achieve their goals, that they realize that they do not have everything that they want,  And what they truly want is one another.  In a nice turn of events, all is realized at Justin's very own engagement party.

January 13, 2016

Movie Review: The Friend Zone (New Sensations Romance - 2012)

Reviewed by: Rick L. Blalock   - January 13, 2016

Starring :

Anthony Rosano
Riley Reid
Dana DeArmond
Danny Mountain
Giovanni Francesco
Lexi Bloom
Xander Corvus

Synopsis
Kevin and Gina are best friends that do absolutely everything together...almost. Unfortunately, despite harboring a major crush on her, he has never been able to move their relationship past the "Friend Zone." So, when Gina suggests that they try their hand at online dating, Kevin's fear of losing her pushes him to do the unthinkable. Stealing the identity of his coworker, Cameron, and creating a fake online profile, he sets out to woo his best friend, Gina. but when she falls for her online suitor and demands that they meet in person, Kevin will have to risk everything by telling the truth. Will his deception destroy their entire relationship, or will they finally step outside the "Friend Zone?"


(Runtime - 2 hr. 04 mins.)

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From NEW SENSATIONS, comes this Jacky St. James penned film, which is Directed by Eddie Powell.  THE FRIEND ZONE, tells the story of 2 best friends, "Kevin Anderson"(Anthony Rosano) and "Gina French", who live together, as a matter of fact, they do almost everything together.  However their relationship is strictly platonic in the eyes of Gina.  However, it is not the same for Kevin, who longs for more of a relationship with her.  Unfortunately, as her best friend, he has had to endure seeing Gina go through a number of different relationships that have left her unhappy.  However, soon, things are shaken up after a nasty breakup with  her long time boyfriend, sends Gina's sister "Wendy"(Lexi Bloom) their way, as she moves in.  Now with the 3 of them ever so unlucky in love, Gina proposes that they all try something.  Online dating.  From there, they agree to create online dating profiles on the paid dating site "Dream Match"(although Kevin and Wendy do so reluctantly.).  Although the girls decide to keep their profiles alive for awhile, with a little success, Kevin quickly deletes his soon after he begins.  But eventually, he comes up with a bright idea - pose as his office coworker, the attractive "Cameron"(Giovanni Francesco).  And so he does.  By creating a new profile, in addition to uploading Cameron's photo, Kevin soon becomes an online persona under the name, "surlysteve".  And as it turns, out, "surlysteve" is a hit, as "surlysteve" not only attracts the attention of women, but men as well.  The response to his online persona is quite surprising, but none more surprising as when the profile catches the attention of the one person he least expected - that's right, Gina.  Not exactly sure about what to do, Kevin, under the guise of "surlysteve" continues on in an online relationship with his friend, as the two talk for hours via messages.  It is by this, that Gina feels that they get to know each other quite well, which brings their relationship to the point where she wants to meet.  In a panic, Kevin is beside himself, however soon, it only gets worse when Wendy brings home a guy that she has just met....who just so happens to be Cameron! With confusion abound, Kevin has no other alternative to drop the act, and tell the truth.  It's a moment that appears to spell the end of Kevin and Gina's longtime friendship.  However, it is the time away that makes the two come to realize that love has always been right there for them all along.  With eachother.

January 12, 2016

Movie Review: The Submission of Emma Marx (New Sensations Erotic Stories - 2013)

Reviewed by: Rick L. Blalock   - January 12, 2016

Starring :

Penny Pax
Richie Calhoun
Riley Reid
Van Wylde

Synopsis
By all accounts, Emma Marx is a beautiful, confident, well-adjusted woman. Unfortunately when it comes to love and romance, she has found all of her previous relationships to be a bit routine and mundane. Suddenly, that is all changed by a chance encounter with a handsome and mysterious man. He introduces her to a world she had only dared to fantasize of -- a world of erotic sex, role-play and BDSM. She questions how a man can so easily strip away her inhibitions and replace them with lust and desire. How is it that he has such control over her?. Why does she like it so much?. Her journey of self-discovery and sexual awakening, however, may come with a price. What happens when the greatest love you've ever known makes you face your greatest obstacle -- yourself?

(Runtime - 1 hr. 56 mins.)

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In THE SUBMISSION OF EMMA MAX, "Emma Marx"(Penny Pax) is a college student, who has never found love, or even had a steady relationship to speak of, despite seemingly everyone else around her, finding something or someone, who make them happy.  This includes her roommate and sister, "Nadia"(Riley Reid), who has just gotten engaged to her boyfriend, "Ray"(Van Wylde).  No, it would seem that Emma doesn't have time for relationships(although she longs for love), as she keeps herself busy with such things as school assignments.  And it is such an assignment that we find her working on, when the story truly begins.  The assignment is a Masters thesis on equality in the workplace.  It is such a project for which she has interviewed a number of sucessful business people, but it is not until one February morning, as Emma recalls(via the film's narration), that things take a rather interesting turn, when she chooses to interview one William P. Fredrick.  Her reason for wanting to interview Fredrick, is for the fact, that as an owner of a successful company, she is startled to find that out of all of his employees, 97% of them are female.  Hoping to grab some insight, she begins to quiz Fredrick.  However, she is is quick to take note of his arrogance, and abundance of self confidence.  They are two qualities that might very well turn most away, but for Emma, it only intrigues her. Although Emma comes away from the meeting with possibly more questions than she had going in, the two part ways on a very admirable note.   From then on, Emma just cannot stop thinking about the mysteriously intriguing man, whom she has met.  However nothing his heard from him until one day, a telegram arrives at her door.  It's from Fredrick, who gives Emma specific instruction not to contact him until after she's graduated - and should she follow the rules, at that time, she will be given special information, regarding an opportunity that he promises will be unique.  The proposal puts Emma even for on edge, as she often pleasures herself at the thought of the man, and his mysterious "opportunity".  What can it, be?  she doesn't know.  But what she does know, is that graduation, which is 4 months away, could not come any sooner.  Fast forward in time a little, and the day finally arrives.  And on that day, she receives an envelope, mailed to her by Fredrick, which contains, both a set of instructions, as well as some paperwork, in which she is to sign.  The instructions tell her specifically what to wear, and what time she should arrive at the address which he has also provided.  And the paperwork?  A non-disclosure agreement, to be signed between the two. She quickly discovers that the location in question is Fredrick's lavish mansion, and that the paperwork is an agreement to engage in a BDSM relationship with him.  It is something that is scary at first thought to Emma, yet she eventually agrees to it, as well as its stipulations, as she slowly puts her guard down and dives into the experience.  It is an experience that would soon change her life.  After giving into temptation, she is hooked. But that's not before making some alterations in the relationship of her own.  She wants a job at Fredrick's company as well as a set rate salary. Fredrick agrees to her desire, on the condition that the two be able to extend their BDSM practices into the workplace.  So during the week, Fredrick has her during office hours, while on the weekend, she's all his at his place.  It's a relationship that seems to work out - Fredrick sets the rules and boundaries, and Emma follows them.  It takes some getting used to on her part, but soon Emma falls into the routine. In reality, she enjoys being dominated by the man, who she refers to as "Mr.Fredrick" immensely.  So much so, that she opens herself up to things she said she's never do - such as anal sex.  As Fredrick continues to push Emma Marx to her limits of both pleasure and pain, Nadia becomes suspicious of her sister's secret sexual activities, which nearly cause Emma to abandon them altogether. But as she attempts to stray from him, she finds that the temptation in which Fredrick ignites within her is just far too strong, and that her interpretation of love and happiness simply differs from the norm.

January 7, 2016

Movie Review: Wrinkles (2014)

Oh boy. It’s another social commentary movie. I’m trying to stifle my anger before going into this but I make no promises NOT to be a crotchety old woman (which is ironic considering this is an film about old people).

Based on the graphic novel by Paco Roca, Wrinkles is an animated film that begins with Emilio, a senior citizen who is put into an old folks home by his son and daughter-in-law. He’s been pretty independent his whole life and now must adjust to the communal regimented existence of a retirement home. His roommate, Miguel, and fellow inmates Antonia, Delores, and Modesto become his new circle of friends.