Pros and Cons
- mostly great-looking videos
- access to non-mobile version
- keyword tags
- discontinued updates
- navigational issues
- no photos
Using the term "low" to describe their content might seem to some like they are calling it lesser quality. Well, one look at the Low Art Films Mobile tour and thumbnails and you can probably figure out that that isn't true.
I was looking for a way to describe the scenes and I ended up checking out their Twitter page. The way they describe their material is by calling it "the most artistic hardcore porn online!" Now, I can't give it the crown as the "most" artistic online, but that statement does give you a sense of what they are trying to do with their porn.
However, don't let the word "artistic" scare you off, thinking that the sex will be tame because they also use the word "hardcore" in their statement and that is also an accurate description of the sex you will see here. From solo pussy play to triple-girl lesbian loving to chicks bending over and taking a hard cock up their ass, the "artistic" doesn't take away from the "hardcore." It is just a matter of how it is presented (the lighting, the camerawork, etc.).
At this moment there are 82 videos. The design is nice, but the navigation is a little annoying, as the material is spread out across a few pages and there is no way to get to a specific one without tapping your way there. There is also no option to save a video to your favorites, so you will have to go searching for it again if you want to re-watch it.
Each video streams right there on your smartphone or other mobile device and I have to say that most of the videos look great. Unfortunately, there aren't any photos besides the one image that is used to represent each scene.
Your membership to the mobile site also gets you access to the non-mobile version, Low Art Films. While there is no mention of any mobile bonus sites, your access to the other site also gets you all those non-mobile network bonus sites. This is always nice and the bonuses are important, especially given that Low Art Films Mobile hasn't updated in a long time. Despite its few issues, it's worth a look.