Located in: Home > Movies > Wet Brunettes

Wet Brunettes

Released: Mar 01st, 2004
Running Time: 123
Director: Jewel De'Nyle
Company: Platinum X Pictures
Cast: Julian (II), Mark Ashley, Cytherea, Kris Slater, Felicia Fox, Vanessa (VII), Aimee Tyler, Morgan Ryder, Scott Lyons, Julian (I), Anthony Hardwood
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: All-Sex

Popular Rating Average:
My Rating:
Please log in to rate. Don't have a free account? Register now!


A damp-haired Cytherea on the box makes it a guaranteed mover.

Buy DVD Watch Online



Critical Rating: AAAA

The stuff Jewel De'Nyle is churning out for her (co-owned) production company, Platinum X, is just killer, and with this debut to what we hope will be a long-standing line, she's tapped into a tragically overlooked niche for which she actually is the perfect harbinger: the all-brunette vid.

Brunettes are best, we say, and of that follicular sub-sector, few are better than Cytherea, who takes a hearty pounding here from muscularly bounteous Euro-cock Anthony Hardwood. It's the next-to-last scene with Felicia Fox and Julian, however, to which we gotta give our vote for most stoke-tastic. Never having worked together before (as they share in the DVD's behind the scenes), Fox and Julian make one spectacular-looking pair - enough so, in fact, for a Best Coupling pre-nom. And give one to De'Nyle, as well, for Best Director - Non Feature. Keep the gold comin', woman!


Related Content:

Platinum X Pictures
Scott Lyons
Anthony Hardwood
Morgan Ryder
Felicia Fox
Mark Ashley
Julian (I)
Aimee Tyler
Kris Slater
Julian (II)
Vanessa (VII)
Jewel De'Nyle


Please log in to comment.
Don't have a free account? Become a member!

By participating you agree to our Privacy Policy & the AVN "Be Kind Policy"
and represent that you are not under the age of 18.

Allie Haze Learns: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished
Burning Angel Presents ‘A Very Adult Wednesday Addams’
Unexpected Fireworks On Hill/Howard Raw Talk Radio
Ex-Porn Star Rocco Siffredi Now Teaching Porn Stars
'Taboo The Mothers Edition': When Is a Comp More Than a Comp?