Jack’s Teen America #23

Studio: Digital PlaygroundDirector: Robby DCast: Stoya, Riley Steele, Emy Reyes, Ariel Summers, Angelina Valentine, Mick Blue, James Deen, Scott Nails, Erik Everhard Hundreds of years ago, Digital Playground created the character of Jack, a faceless scoundrel who lured, tricked, cajoled, or didn’t really have to try too hard at all to get women to have…

Stoya: Deeper 11

Studio: Digital PlaygroundDirector: Robby D.Cast: Stoya, James Deen, Annette Schwarz, Tommy Gunn, Memphis Monroe, Hannah West Stoya has padding in all the right places, but perhaps her near-translucent skin made me think “Deeper? How deep can you get into Stoya without being behind her?” But director Robby D.’s gonzo title that boasts two interludes between…

Anal Alliteration: Aubrey Addams’ Ass Addiction

I couldn’t help noticing that there is more shag on the stairway she’s crawling up than there is on Aubrey Addams. Director Robby D.’s Handheld Pictures, which distributed Ass Addiction 3 through Digital Playground, lives up to its name, as D. follows Addams up that stairway and you can’t even hear him breathing. Maybe the…

Digital Playground’s Cavalcade of Synonyms

Digital Playground employs three directors: co-founder Joone, who is in charge of the yearly high-budget movies, Robby D., who makes the lion’s share of the company’s gonzo releases like Jack’s Playground and Deeper, and Celeste (formerly Bunny Luv), who directs the glossy, music video-style couples’ projects. When Joone directs a movie, like Pirates or Island…

Jesse Jane: Image

Studio: Digital PlaygroundDirector: Robby D.Cast: Jesse Jane, Alektra Blue, Daisy Marie, Isabella Dior Portions of this review originally appeared on Fleshbot If life has taught us anything, it is that Jesse Jane, like a shaved, 3-in-1 ZZ Top, can appear to right wrongs and fight crimes. Such is her role in “Image”, a must-have for…

Pulse P.o.V.

Studio: Digital Playground Director: Robby D. Cast: Codi Milo, Jasmine Byrne, Holly Morgan, Alexis Silver, Nautica Thorn, Honey The Point of View format is tricky because the camera is supposed to be your eyes and, by deduction, the hands reaching into the frame, yours, and the everything else one sees that does not belong to…

“Control” and “Donkey Punch”

One would be wrong, but it would be reasonable to assume that after a long day in the porn mines, my main squeeze and I would ride Go Karts or drink Merlot or something. Fools! Tonight we watched Digital Playground’s Control and Chatsworth Pictures’ Donkey Punch. I don’t usually do compare-and-contrasts (not since seventh grade,…