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DRILL BILL

Released: Nov 01st, 2004
Running Time: 98
Director: Dirk Yates
Company: All Worlds Video
Cast: Rocco Diniro, Bret Larson, Bobby Williams, Brian Handcock, Bill Ray, Eric Hunter, Matt (IV), Kyle Lewis, Stetson
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Gay and Bi

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Critical Rating: AAA

Quentin Tarantino will chuckle at the title, a tip of the hat to his two hits with Uma Thurman. A porn staple, construction workers, is the theme and there's enough dialogue linking the scenes to keep the title joke going. Bill Ray, who does get drilled in the final scene, has a terrific chest and is much trimmer than he is in Weekend Pass. Newcomer Stetson, who solos, is gorgeous beyond description-great bod, big dick, and a beautiful ass, the hole of which he generously shows us. There are some moments in his scene that are reminiscent of the old Athletic Model Guild photos. Bobby Williams (now a Falcon exclusive) is great this, sucking two dicks at once and playing middle car in a three-man fuck train. The music is way too loud and the video quality is a disappointment- you'll maybe want to wait for the DVD on this one.


 

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All Worlds Video
Bill Ray
Kyle Lewis
Rocco Diniro
Bobby Williams
Eric Hunter
Stetson
Bret Larson
Brian Handcock
Matt (IV)
Dirk Yates

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