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Kinky Vision

Released: Dec 01st, 1986
Running Time: 75
Director: Eduardo Dinero
Company: Expert Video
Cast: Lori Lovett, Brittany Stryker, Penny Morgan, Steve Drake, Steve Powers
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Normally I hate the New Wave, cheap production, shot-on-video adult genre. I have said so time and time again in this forum. I was sharpening my hatchet as I watched Kinky Vision, when 1 was smitten by a terrible thought. I tried to fight the feeling, but I was overwhelmed. I liked it!

Kinky Vision is red hot, wall-to-wall sex. It's performed by a cast who must have been bitten by the horny bug. They can't seem to get enough! The plot line is simply a girl who sells an adult cable service. She demonstrates what is available, and adds a personal touch. But you won't care at all about the story. It's the most graphic photography that makes this a must see. Brittany Stryker, Penny Morgan and Lori Lovett perform sensual scenes, and all generate energy and lust. They are complimented by an endowed and eager, group of guys.

Also, and I don't want to give the surprise away, I learned a new way to eat breakfast cereal. She can service my corn flakes anytime. Guys take this as my highest score recommendation. Show this video to your girl and if you don't score I will be surprised.


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Expert Video
Steve Drake
Lori Lovett
Brittany Stryker
Penny Morgan
Steve Powers
Eduardo Dinero


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