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My Daughter?s Fucking Blackzilla! 4

Released: Aug 01st, 2006
Running Time: 126
Directors: Destro Damus, Zulu Royale
Company: Hush Hush Entertainment
Distribution Companies: Digital Sin
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Gonzo

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Critical Rating: AAA

Echoing the fearful sentiment of countless couples across the land, Hush-Hush Entertainment goes against itself and proclaims the shady truth. Certainly, in this fourth five-scene rendition, many such progenitors are crying shamefully, "My daughter's fucking Blackzilla!"

Starring Shane Diesel and his vein-laced tree-tapestry of a ding-dong, the DVD starts with his coaxing leggy Brooke to say the "N-word" while cramming his shorty down her throat and into her slippery sausage-press. Following suit is young Jordan (who has a sort of yellow something on the lining of her asshole), and ball-tickling Maria fails to grasp the words on the wall. "Ever ride a fat boy?" asks the decoration. She tells Diesel he isn't fat.

Then she sees his penis.

Familiars Simone Schiffer and Myah Monroe round out the milky, all-natural cast.

Unfortunately, the set, style, and substance don't change. The title lends itself to more creativity than this porno musters.

Retailing: Blackzilla won't scare your customers away, so don't be afraid to stock a few copies.


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