Released: Apr 01st, 2000
Running Time: 88
Director: Jim Powers
Company: JM Productions
Cast: Aspen Brock, Dave Hardman, Lance Romance, Zarina, Rod Fontana, Kelsey Heart, Samantha Fox, J.J. Michaels
Critical Rating: AAAA
One of those tapes that Powers' fans find irresistible: nasty butt sex and humor with all the subtlety of the Vincent Gallo character in Freeway 2: Confessions of a Trickbaby.
Go ahead and accuse Jim Powers of trafficking in tastelessness, but you can't say he lacks creativity. This silver anniversary installment focuses on parodies of B-grade horror stories. In the Most Outrageous Scene pre-nom worthy "Terror From the Deep," Aspen Brock wanders through a foggy lagoon, sits down to masturbate, and ends up being doubly-penetrated by a squid with dildos at the ends of its tentacles. The highly entertaining "Lady, Can You Spare a Ride?" stars Kelsey Heart, who accidentally hits homeless man Lance Romance with her car and runs. He haunts her, because he "had a hard-on when he died and can't rest in peace until it's been taken care of" - anally. And in "Pumpin' Stumpy" - the heartwarming tale of new amputee Zarina and her devoted boyfriend, J.J. Michaels - love reigns supreme as Michaels consoles his devastated girlfriend on the loss of her limbs with an assfuck and the line, "That's okay; I don't like jogging anyway." That Zarina's body double is a stuffed doll doesn't seem to faze Michaels; he humps away at both with equal fervor.