A quick glance may lead you to conclude that Steve Perry's shtick is actually John Stagliano's shtick with an English accent thrown in. That conclusion would be wrong. Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but Perry, commonly known as Ben Dover, doesn't simply imitate; he creates.
Perry's work displays the distinctive stamp of someone with great enthusiasm for his profession, a subtle eye for detail and a personality with enough punch to keep his vids moving in a genre that tends to stall like a frat party with a kicked keg. ("Uh, so like, are you sexual?") Alley Cats is the latest installment in Perry's series of smart, sexy, funny Englishman-run-amok videos.
It opens with Sean Michaels and Amanda, a charming little English tart who is shyly eager to go native. "Is it true what they say about black men?" she asks. Michael, mindful of the "ugly American" stereotype, uses his own special tool in the interest of international brotherhood and harmony. Eyes wide, she is still more than willing to take his pole all the way up her ass, pull it out and stuff it directly into her mouth. "It's bliss," she says. When Michaels cums, his entire body shakes with relief. It's obvious that Perry has created a moment that both the actors and the viewer will long remember.
Later, we fin Perry stopping to talk with two enterprising English muffins who have come up with a great twist on the stop light squeegee hustle: the girls are doing it topless —and this isn't some parking lot; its a heavily traveled road with obviously thankful drivers. Perry captures every sparklingly real moment for your viewing pleasure. After, Super Mario shows them his squeegee and one of the girls sucks the cum out of Perry's twitching cock in a nomination-worthy, post-coital blow job.
Darcy is the next stop and Steve conducts her through a punishing anal scene. When he cums, she spits in her palm and rubs it on her face. These are the moments that make life worth living.
The final stop is the Holy Grail of bottoms. It is possessed by Carrie, who keeps it locked away in a castle. Mario plays King Arthur, but instead of pulling the sword from the stone, he buries it in her poon. The campy quality of this scene makes it a must-see.
Perry's skill is knowing where to be with the camera. He doesn't just get great penetration shots. He gets them the first time, the real time. His lens is always pointed exactly where the viewer wants it to be. Stock this title in depth.