Released: Oct 01st, 2001
Running Time: 99
Company: Wicked Pictures
Cast: Rumika Power, Other, Pat Myne, Jonathan Morgan, Lee Stone, Zana, Aurora Snow, Bobby Vitale, Scotti Andrews, Alexa (I)
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Gonzo fans, especially if they like it smart-assy.
Four newish talents - to give you some idea of how new, Aurora Snow is the veteran among the four - do scenes after conversing with Jonathan Morgan and/or Alexa. Scotti Andrews makes a particular impression, cooing "Aye" to several questions in a way that makes you know it means "Yes" in her neck of the Highlands. Zana says she's doing her first scene and, later, her first d.p. here, and although she's a familiar face nowadays there's a ring of truth to that.
Corrugated steel backdrop for all scenes ties them together, and Jonathan Morgan's ad libs are worth the price of admission by themselves. Alexa pokes a boob in now and then, but doesn't get seriously involved in the scenes. Good production values, with picture, sound, editing and music all adding to the whole.