A.E.R. 2: Adult Entertainment Robot (2002)

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Scientist Phil is back with his A.E.R. sex robots, programmed to provide pleasure. Phil has developed a new range of robots, including two male robots, which he is keen to show off to his customers.


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19 January 2016 | lor_
Only slightly different than original, with fewer girls
The Barrys of Bristol, England return to the sci-fi format for Volume 2, but this time they've added a couple of male robots to the product line. Only 7 girls, vs. 12 in Volume 1, appear, but Brit Porn fans will get their minimum daily requirement of hardcore stimulation.

Phil is back as chief scientist manufacturing these sex machines, and he's pretty sloppy. In one segment he trumpets a brand-new model 222 (previous volume was strictly 221 editions), and when the fembot Laura arrives in the home of a couple of horny gents she announces herself as a model 220, backsliding as it were. They hump her with glee, nonetheless.

As before, credibility is not a strong suit, so these robots even have tattoos (it was easier to make robot porn in the '70s-this is one reason why). One interesting IMDb-type question arose: one of the customers is a Black guy with dreadlocks - I categorized the resulting sex as interracial, but technically how can human/robot sex be "interracial"? I'm stretching the point from the world of dolls, e.g., a Black Barbie.

As before, Cathy Barry appears only in the first vignette - a threesome where she delivers a d.p. with two guys. Final segment has Jessica Henty having d.p.'s in several positions with the 2 male robots: she talks dirty and has a hairdo a la Bo Derek in "10". The male robots don't have a designated model number.

Such niceties are not part of the Barrys' game plan - they serve sex up British style, and plenty of it. Fans hungering for sci-fi content need not apply. Before you get persnickety, recall that the SyFy (formerly Sci-Fi) cable channel features tons of content that has nothing to do with science, like "Ghost Hunters" and "The Magicians".

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UK