Released: Sep 01st, 2001
Running Time: 106
Director: Bob Chinn
Company: New Era Entertainment
Cast: Sky Taylor, Others, Chennin Blanc, Kelsey Heart, Nikita Denise, Mike Horner, Anthony Crane, Kyle Stone (I), Kylie Ireland, Kaylynn, Lee Stone
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
New releases and/or with Chinn's Golden Age stuff.
This Bob Chinn feature once again stars Lee Stone as Peter Magnum, P.I. The story begins with some hackneyed, sub-Dragnet narration about the City of Angels, and segues into a desktop fuck scene between Magnum and wild Kylie Ireland. "I wish you'd take me more seriously as a woman," says Kylie while the buff detective laps her cunt; a greasy anal scene ensues. The focus soon shifts from Magnum to a pair of escaped killers named Blake and Morretti (played with comedic zest by Kyle Stone and Anthony Crane). These zany fugitives show up at Magnum's office, only to be apprehended by Kelsey Heart; naturally, this leads to hot d.p. action and dual cumshots to her fine tits. The remainder of the narrative has our two antiheroes on the lam and Magnum (barely) pursuing them, with lots of improbable sex along the way. Nikita Denise and Kaylynn play a couple of ruthless bisexual sluts (check out their double-dong session and spirited threeway with Magnum), Sky Taylor is a horny waitress at a roadside diner, and Chennin Blanc portrays a veterinarian who shows sensitive dummy Kyle some tender loving care. This is entertaining fare with Chinn's signature rib-ticklin' humor, but we're not sure of the box cover claim that "it is also a complex and insightful meditation on mortality and morality."