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Heaven Title Review

Released: Feb 01st, 2004
Running Time: 86
Director: Michael Raven
Company: Sin City Entertainment
Cast: Dillon (I), Avy Scott, Aurora Snow, Sunshine (I), Steven St. Croix, John West, Pantera, Temptation, Cherry Rain, Lee Stone
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Film

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SYNOPSIS

A fantastic feature with excellent cinematography that will appeal to couples and some solo viewers.

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Critical Rating: AAA

Decisions about one's personal mythology and about what the after-life holds are difficult and challenging topics for most people.  Director Michael Raven tackles those issues in this film that stars Steven St. Croix as a man who dies in a car accident only to face them head on.  Cherry Rain plays St. Croix's angel of death here, Avy Scott is a fetching she-devil and Sin City contract performer Aurora Snow is a lovely demon who does a frenetic, hot d.p. with Dillon and John West.

This good film received a good transfer to DVD with no visible defects.  The audio commentary is by Raven and consists of small recorded-segments that play before each sex scene.  Pre-nom for Best DVD Menus, as the menus here are gorgeous and well-constructed.


 

Related Content:

Sin City Entertainment
Dillon (I)
Avy Scott
Aurora Snow
Sunshine (I)
Steven St. Croix
John West
Pantera
Temptation
Cherry Rain
Lee Stone
Michael Raven

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