For plot-sense and entertainment, Helpless Heroes is about as good as the recent X-Men movies. The series is flashy, bright, well edited and utterly mindless. The Durango brothers deliver nonsensical adventure yet again with episodes 10 and 11.
Tori Lane takes on archrival Justin Magnum in an unfurnished room, Lane in a blue bathing suit, and Magnum in a Zorro mask and wristbands. They fight to some techno until "Hatchet" (Magnum) hits "Sheen" (Lane) with a chloroform-covered cape and ties her to the bedposts. Bondage yields sex yields a lower-back cumshot.
In the next chapter, Jenaveve Jolie (as "Scarlett," ?cause she's clad in red) masturbates at bedtime before a unitard-wearing "Odius" (played by Nick Jacobs) attacks from the fifteenth dimension (!). He sprays her with some sex-gas, and she sucks his dick and fucks him. Funny sound effects accompany the action.
Unfortunately, the production lasts less than 50 minutes, and scant extras add little replay value.
Retailing: For collectors of the series.