Released: Jun 01st, 1998
Running Time: 85
Director: Rob Black
Company: Extreme Video
Distribution Companies: Elegant Angel Productions
Cast: Paul Cox, Coral Sands, Ron Jeremy, Brooke Ashley, Dakota (I), Jill Kelly, Erika Bella, Van Damage, Dick Nasty, Alice (I), Llana
Critical Rating: AAAA
A \"sick fuck\"? Perhaps. But this motherfucker is bankable. So deal with it.
There has been some controversy about this director's recent AVN Best Director award (Miscreants). In other words, he was attacked by his peers for what he's produced. For those who gave away the ending of the movie Titanic, please realize that pornography is supposed to be controversial. I hope this review is.
This video is impacted with more sexual intensity in 85 minutes than most have in 120. There's a girl named "Spot" who growls like a bitch while doing three guys. A butt plug with a tail made from hair is shoved up another's ass by a guy in a leather hood. Another woman demands that her face, ass and pussy be ravaged by two guys whose faces are seldom seen - just their cocks.
With the exception of a declared "role-playing" scene, the women do not consent to these incredibly raunchy and nasty anal fucks: They demand them. The viewer will surely find something that stirs his urges and replay them; causing him to want to own this movie, not rent it.
Kyle Rogers' rock video editing style slam-dunks the truth so effectively that the music becomes trite after the first scene. (A note to all directors: Try it without music, just natural sound sometimes, okay?)
But let's get serious: This is the early phase of Rob Black's career, and he's getting close to what it's all about real fast. It took me 25 years to realize that I was making sex movies for an audience instead of a single viewer. Think about it. Pornography is meant to be watched alone. What we hare is safe. What we conceal is special. In the '80s and early '90s, I became a "popular pornographer" by keeping close to the edge. I privately watched what was over the edge.
Perhaps the ultimate pornographer will never become known, because no one will admit to watching what he creates. For nw, Black's stuff is highly sell-able because we're willing to admit to watching it. Personally, I'd like to see something he's made that's not available for the market, that I would not admit to watching. Wouldn't we all? If not Rob Black, who?
Like John Leslie and Alex de Renzy, Black's an artist who's not always comfortable to view. Tough.