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Released: Jul 01st, 1995
Running Time: 117
Director: Joey Silvera
Company: Rosebud Productions
Cast: Rocco Siffredi, Tom Chapman, Marilyn Martyn, Jon Dough, Evelyn (I), Krysti Lynn, Careena Collins, Joey Silvera, Kim Kummings, Sid Deuce, Tom Byron, Jeff Coldwater
Critical Rating: AAAA
Like Evil angel’s Sodomania series, this is an anthology of off-beat segments, directed by performer Joey Silvera: “Big S.O.B.” Jon Dough stars as a drugged out marine who goes into a tattooed, and collapses. Sid Deuce, Kim Kummings and Dough then work each other over and finish with a nice facial.
“Happy Blitz Day” has Joey being teased by Marilyn Martyn on his birthday. After Joey screws her, she brings him his present: a foxy, busty brunette named Evelyn. Their predictable threeway takes a startling turn up Joey’s Hershey Highway, thanks to Evelyn’s strap-on. Maybe a new genre – gay male porn with breasts!
“B.F.I.L.” has Brittany O’Connell teasing Tom Byron outside a country cabin while a corset-wearing, self-stroking Jeff Coldwater watches from inside. Brittany is her diminutive, bewitching self while Tom takes her from all angles. Tom Chapman joins in, but not before revealing his own lingerie. Both Toms erupt into facials that showcase Brittany’s lovely features. “Rocco’s Toilet Training” has Signor Siffredi reenacting that part of his childhood in a large bathroom stall as Evelyn greases his shaft, Krysti Lynn bounces on it, and later, Careena Collins deep throats him and takes him to the anal max. All this amidst a torrent of spittle and anus-licking! Careena’s energy is incredible and her scene with Rocco should lock up an award nomination as well as confirm her co-equal status with Jeanna Fine and Porsche Lynn as the current queen of deep throat.
If Joey plans to go the way of former fellow stud-turned-film makers Paul Thomas and John Leslie, he’s off to a good start. Stock this, and if this turns out to be a series consider a new section!