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Venom 5

Released: Sep 01st, 1996
Running Time: 104
Director: Henri Pachard
Company: Vidco Entertainment
Cast: Wilde Oscar, Crayola Blue, T.T. Boy, Scarlett Fever, Nici Sterling, Kaitlyn Ashley, Alex Dane, Julie Rage, Jay Ashley
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Gonzo

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Critical Rating: AAAA

Venom 5 is a real breakthrough.  This multi-camera shoot, handled by both the performers and observers, takes the audience about as close inside the mind of an adult star as is humanly possible.

In the case of T.T. Boy, we now understand why his sexual performances are legendary.  Judging by his footage, this man is giving 150% concentration to penis management.  Rotten shooter, incredible cockslinger.  His session with Crayola Blue is an erotic epiphany.

Just as hot is the pairing of Tony Tedeschi and Julie Rage.  Not only are two cameras rolling, the performers also have access to the other one's POV via a Virtual Reality handset.  In essence, Rage is able to watch her own asshole being expertly cornholed by Tedeschi!  The edge doesn't cut any closer than this, gang.

Special kudos to editor Bud Swope, whose contribution was essential to pull off the grand experiment.


 

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Vidco Entertainment
Wilde Oscar
Crayola Blue
T.T. Boy
Scarlett Fever
Nici Sterling
Kaitlyn Ashley
Alex Dane
Julie Rage
Jay Ashley
Henri Pachard

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