Released: Apr 01st, 2002
Running Time: 98
Director: Wit Maverick
Company: VCA Pictures
Cast: John Decker, Juz Juli, Nikki Fairchild, Ian Daniels, Inari Vachs, Evan Stone, Eric Masterson, Dillion Day, Keri Windsor, Nikita Denise, Tina Tyler, Anthony Crane, Syren, Billy Glide, Lauren Montgomery
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Windsor and Syren looking delectable in matching outfits on the front of the cover should pull in the men, the promise of plot on the back should pull in the women.
A tale of old souls and new, Touch Me follows Keri Windsor and her soul, which can't seem to sit still. As it flits from person to person, Anthony Crane, her interested suitor, follows her like a man possessed, dying to know how she's able to jump from body to body so effortlessly.
Somewhere in a club, barmaid Nikita Denise serves Dillion Day a Bud. She sees Ian Daniels at the door and crawls across a table on her knees toward him, beckoning him closer with her eyes. They kiss, and then suddenly she's sucking Daniels, Day and Masterson like their cocks are covered in chocolate, while Evan Stone looks on. Eventually it turns into a killer 3.p. that Denise rides expertly until all three explode on her face. As she leans back a fireball escapes from her mouth. Watching it happen, Syren stomps out. It seems she's on the chase for the soul as well. Or is it her soul? And is Stone following Syren for the same reason Crane is following Windsor? Hmmm...
Just as Crane is explaining the phenomena to Tina Tyler, urging her to do some research in her clinic, Windsor calls Crane on his cell and enters his body, prompting him to do some research of the carnal kind on Tyler. After the suck, fuck and blow, Crane gets back on the phone and talks Windsor into a hot solo scene, where she moans and writhes through vibing and fingering. Sadly we're robbed of her O, and get sent through some meandering plot exposition that doesn't really make much sense of it all.
If you can look past the topsy-turvy story, this vid does offer some good sex (like the jerkable Syren/Windsor g/g). Viewers should have the remote handy.