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Backseat Confidential

Released: Jun 01st, 2002
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Director: Jonathan Morgan
Cast: Friday, Mark Davis, Evan Stone, T.J. Hart, Brad Armstrong, Inari Vachs, Bridgette Kerkove, Nikita Denise, Jenna Haze, Stephanie Swift, Randy Spears
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAAA

Stephanie Swift plays a cabdriver whose sexual fantasies about her passengers, along with her own personal experiences, play out in a couple of smoking vignettes. The sex scenes are hot, especially a nom-worthy threesome scene between Swift, Nikita Denise and Brad Armstrong.

The quality of this DVD is truly exceptional. It has true digital clarity. The picture is sharp and clear with only the tiniest amount of pixelation to speak of. The colors are bright and they pop on screen. The audio is also clear. Pre-nom for Best DVD.

There are a plethora of extras on the disc, including audio commentary with Jonathan Morgan, a behind-the-scenes-featurette, audio bios, interviews with Swift, Jenna Haze, Krystal Steal, Nikita Denise and Brad Armstrong, photo galleries, the box cover shoot, promotional material, trailers, company profile, Wicked Casino, Wicked Web, and more.

This is yet another exceptional DVD from Wicked Pictures.


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Inari Vachs
Evan Stone
Randy Spears
Nikita Denise
Brad Armstrong
Mark Davis
Stephanie Swift
Bridgette Kerkove
T.J. Hart
Jenna Haze
Jonathan Morgan


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