Silly but true. "Scenes from a Bar" actually takes place on Halloween. But, before you think this is some kind of psycho-slasher erotic thriller, wait and check it out.
Kobe Tai and Marc Davis are a happily married couple who likes to role-play at bars. On Halloween they both dress up, agree to some rules, bang each other, and then go out. At the bar, things take a different turn than what was expected.
Memeorable "scenes" would be the reverse three-way in a convertible. T. T. boy is dressed as the bride, Allyssa Allure is dressed as the groom, and Katie Gold is the flower girl. It's scenes like these that keep things interesting, not to mention the action is pretty hot. Especially in reference to Caressa Savage and Johnni Black (a girl, mind you). This girl-girl romp on a pool table. Of course, we expect no less from Caressa, the savage that she is when she gets a hold of a woman. Oh, and Kobe Tai watches and does herself through the whole thing.
Anthony Crane, in a non-sex role, does a great acting job as the quirky narrator and guide through the evening at the bar. Not a bad skin flick and it earns 8 out of 10.
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