Pros and Cons
- good-quality videos
- exclusive content
- frequent updates
- no download option
- no browsing features
- short movies
Andrew Blake is very well known for his fetish productions and has been making glamcore porn for years now. His site doesn't exactly give you a chance to watch all of his movies, though, as you're mostly getting short clips of his work that will whet your appetite rather than fully satisfy it.
Although you'll be able to watch some kinky lesbian action on AndrewBlake, it isn't the focus of this site. Instead, you're really getting a lot of beautifully shot glamour content with a large portion bringing you a mix of softcore posing and masturbation. However, you will see some hardcore action here and there too.
Mr. Blake definitely knows his way around a camera and how to perfectly capture sensual sex scenes rather than raunchy fucking. The man was formerly in fashion photography, so the women he films (like Justine Joli, Aria Giovanni and other big names), the outfits they wear and the scenarios he chooses remain artistically presented, even if they're pornographic in some cases.
There are 739 videos that tend to be under 10 minutes long. After all, these are (like I mentioned in the intro) edited scenes taken from full-length movies. For quite some time now, regardless of initially offering downloadable versions, you can only stream the movies, but at least they provide good-quality playback. They list a high-def playback option on the Flash player, but the bit rate doesn't quality as HD.
The 250 photo galleries, however, bring you actual high-res pics in most cases. They feature attractive costumes, great angles and alluring backdrops. The last time around we weren't able to download them, but now you save whichever ones you want. It's just that you'll be doing it one by one, because there aren't any Zip files.
The site continues to update and new movies are available three or more times a week. New photos get added far less frequently and in fact there hasn't been a new set since October 2015, so I'm not sure what that's all about.
All in all, the content looks good and it's original, done the way only Andrew Blake can do it. Other than a blog, the site doesn't offer any other extras, so considering how short the flicks are, you might not necessarily spend a lot of time getting through the content here.