Posts tagged Tom Byron
Scarlet Fantasy (1991)
Director: Jack Stephen
Starring: Nina Hartley, Sunny McKay, Jennifer Stewart, Cameo, Paula Price, Mike Horner, Tom Byron, Cal Jammer, Eric Price.
Do you dream in color? The fantasies: The three way. The lifeguard. The lingerie. And slippery when wet. If you find yourself in any of our dreams, lose yourself in a Scarlet Fantasy.
The Witching Hour (1992)
Director: Henri Pachard
Starring: Ashlyn Gere, Britt Morgan, Francesca Le, Joey Silvera, Peter North, Randy West, Tom Byron.
A romantic, erotic stand-out. Legendary Ashlyn Gere heats up the screen as a lonely spell-caster who wants nothing more than a good man. She gets all that and more when she meets a handsome young stud who fulfills her every witchly desire. The sex is incredible; the story is believable and compelling.
Love Hurts (1992)
Starring: Alicia Rio, Gail Force, Misty Lynn, Tianna Taylor, Alicia Rio, Gail Force, Misty Lynn, Tianna Taylor, Tom Byron, TT Boy.
Seductive and sensual. Hot and naughty. That’s Julie. And Wayne will do anything to keep her for himself. But unfortunately, the spirited Julie has a sexual appetite not easily satisfied by one man… or one woman. First, she ravishes super hunk Rick until he bursts out with pleasure. Then she turns her insatiable desires on Michelle. What follows is a steamy threesome lust fest that lasts long into the night. It’s one torrid scene after another, guaranteed to drive you wild!
Outback Assignment (1991)
Starring: Kelly Blue, Mel Bourne, Tom Byron, Sheila Kelly, Sunny McKay, Nioka, Jasmine Rhodes, Randy Spears.
Alone in the brush, they all become seduced by their surroundings as the girls compete for a lucrative modeling contract…
Jealous Lovers (1989)
Director: Ron Jeremy
Starring: Bionca, Carol Cummings, Kascha, Scarlet Windsor, Tina Gordon, Francois Papillon, Marc Wallice, Tom Byron.
Jealous? The way the sybarite neighbors enjoy each other’s carnal attentions in Cinderella’s new release, Jealous Lovers, it doesn’t look like there’s time to be jealous. Nor, it appears, is there time to develop sexual tension, decent plot scenarios or work on one’s on screen performances. An opening morning workout session with Kascha and Francois Papillon sets the rather uninspired pace for this video. Nearby them, Marc Wallice uses his binoculars to watch the happy couple, and then spies on his other neighbors before picking bathing Scarlet Windsor as his partner-of-the-day. Newcomer Windsor is good here, as well as in a later bartop session with the always-reliable Tom Byron. Final score here is five sex scenes (one of them the Obligatory Lesbian Scene), two onscreen appearances by someone’s dog, and one bored reviewer. Jealousy isn’t quite the feeling I got from this tape… try ennui.
Diamond Collection 16 (1980s)
Director: R. Williams
Starring: Tom Byron, Don Fernando, Jesse Adams, King Paul.
From when women had real bushes and men had dicks the size of cucumbers! From the days of yesteryear when porn first began, and housewives seeking a thrill flocked to the Valley to be in movies. These chosen few were the first true “no experience necessary” amateurs.
Ginger Lynn – Project Ginger (1985)
Director: Bruce Seven
Starring: Ginger Lynn, Tom Byron, Marc Wallace, Rick Savage, Heather Wayne, Kari Foxx, Bionca, Troy Tannier, Jennifer Noxx.
Four science students are stuck for a project. They find one is Dr. Martin’s lab called Project: Ginger, an inanimate doll. Until they discover the aphrodisiac. Poof! The doll becomes a real doll called Ginger Lynn. And since that was an aphrodisiac they were all drinking…well…let’s just say that if it happened to you, you might actually be a scientist today.
Empire Of The Sins (1987)
AKA: Cabaret Sin 2
Director: Phillip O’Toole
Starring: Bunny Bleu, Candy Evans, Elle Rio, Keisha, Krista Lane, Kristara Barrington, Leslie Winston, Lorrie Lovett, Tish Ambrose, Greg Derek, Hershel Savage, Kevin James, Randy West, Tom Byron.
X Trop – Cabaret Sin (1987)
Director: Phillip O’Toole
Starring: Bunny Bleu, Candy Evans, Keisha, Krista Lane, Leslie Winston, Lorrie Lovett, Tish Ambrose, Chris Thompson, Greg Derek, Hershel Savage, Kevin James, Randy West, Tex Anthony, Tom Byron.
In today’s world of “fast-food” video, it’s nice to see somebody putting some time and effort (and apparently money) into a video production. Cabaret Sin is a futuristic, moody piece that will remind you of a number of Hollywood hits (The Terminator, Star Wars, 1984, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, Blade Runner). But where all similarity ends is in the sex. While maybe not the raunchiest or hottest tape around, Cabaret Sin does deliver some poignant pairings filled with missionary and oral gratification.
Greg Derek plays a Mel Gibson/Harrison Ford character in search of a killer who’s stealing some type of decoder. As an eliminator, it’s Derek’s job to find the thief and eliminate them (what else?). Underneath the main story is a plotline about lost love, which is not well established until the ending, which is somewhat of a twist, but isn’t really the end. “To Be Continued” is promised.
While the plot may be strictly Blade Runner-ish, the setting is right out of Star Wars and Thunderdome. Derek’s search for the killer leads him to the Pleasure Dome, a sinful bar/cabaret where the sexually oppressed people of Los Angeles (2020 A.D.) find sexual fulfillment played out on stage, much like the cult-classic Café Flesh. Dancers turn the exotic into erotic, as Queen Tut (Lori Lovett) bumps and grinds with Tom Byron, and Bunny Bleu.
Rolling fog, location shots and the use of many different camera angles and special effects really give this tape a quality feel. Only the sound proves a problem. The original soundtrack drowns out most of the dialogue, and that leaves us groping for straws… and a story. Still, Cabaret Sin entertains and excites. Definitely worth a look.