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Black Bullet

Released: Jul 01st, 1988
Running Time: 85
Director: Jim West
Company: Le Salon
Cast: Ty Jones, Blake McDonald, Sean Laurance, Danny Brown, Ted Turner, Gene LeMar, Randy Cochran
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Gay and Bi

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Critical Rating: AAA

This entry, VideoPac 12, is among the best in the Bullet series—an interracial romp that centers on Sean Laurence's fantasies aboard a wonderfully phallic super-train called the Black Bullet. With the exception of newcomer Ted Turner, the cast is indeed familiar -- but director Jim West infuses all of them with an unfamiliar enthusiasm for what they do.

The only major problem with the production is uneven editing, which results in a pace that varies from the laid-back centerpiece with Danny Brown to the breakneck orgy that concludes the film. What you see is always exciting; it's what you don't that causes the frustration.


 

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Randy Cochran
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