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What Lurks in the Shadows

Released: Nov 01st, 2000
Running Time: 60
Director: Luis Cypher
Company: Extreme Associates
Cast: Mark Anthony (I), Nikita Denise, Lee Stone, Candy Cotton, Jason McCain, Jessica Darlin, Suzanne Storm, Mariah (I), Luciano (I)
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Gonzo

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Less harsh than many Extreme Associates tapes, but still worthy of inclusion in their section.

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Critical Rating: AAAA

There may be plenty lurking in the shadows of this "fuckumentary," but what shows up on camera is less than revelatory. Luciano plays '80s metal guitar, Jessica Darlin douches, and Rob Black doesn't have nearly enough screen time. The sex works, though, particularly Luciano's awesome anal match-up with beautiful, aggressive Czech Republic native Nikita Denise. She demands to swallow his jizz, even going so far as to lick the remnants off her hands. Luciano scores again with collegiate-looking brunette Suzanne Storm, who expresses concern that his dick is too big for her ass; he proves it fits just right as he eases in slowly and fucks her fairly gently. Jessica Darlin's fans will also be pleased with her double-penetration by Jason McCain and Mark Wood; and her closing A2M-inclusive anal with Lee Stone's bent prick.


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Mark Anthony (I)
Candy Cotton
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Mariah (I)
Nikita Denise
Jason McCain
Suzanne Storm
Luciano (I)
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