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Seeds of Love

Released: May 01st, 1994
Running Time: 83
Director: Taylor Hudson
Company: Catalina Video
Cast: Mitch Brenner, Tony Idol, Ryan Block, Grant Larson, Blue Blake, Hunter Scott, Christopher Cox, Chris Slade, Wolff
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Gay and Bi

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

An ancient Chinese love potion floats amongst a group of friends andacqaintances. Wherever the potion roams, it leaves a trail of spent bodies in it's wake. The video sports a uniformily handsome cast, as can be expected from Taylor Hudson (aka Chi Chi LaRue.) We get solid sex in the form of four suck 'n' fuck pairings and one oral-only scene.

The well-written plot offers some interesting twists and turns, instead of just being there to set up the sex. What holds this one back from greatness is the "heat factor". While the videography dutifully captures every act, the cocks are sometimes hard-to-rise. In all but the last scene, you can tell that the pokers aren't fully aroused during the fucking, and the couplings have to end in staged mutual masturbations. The quality packaging, adorned with attractive pics of the newcomer cast, should keep this basically satifisying feature moving off the shelves. And, of course, the Hudson/LaRue name counts for something.


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