Released: May 01st, 2002
Running Time: 90
Company: Dreamland USA
Cast: Joel Lawrence, Mickey G., Sunrise Adams, Cheyne Collins, Jay Ashley, Nina Ferrari, Adajja, Stevie, Chennin Blanc
Critical Rating: AAAA
It\'s campy and fun. Stock some.
For Elvis fans worldwide, the King lives on in their hearts. Now he can live on in their loins with this humorous vid, the tale of which seems to be ripped directly from The Weekly World News. Novelist Harland Harklestein (played by George Kaplan) is interviewing women who claim they've fucked Elvis' ghost - who chooses to make his presence known when he's feeling randy - for a book he's writing called Elvis Slept Here.
Stevie recounts her hard day at work to Harklestein's tape recorder - "I guess I was thinking more nostalgic of the time where men were polite and women were treated like queens." So then she thought of Elvis?!? - and how she saw him appear (in the form of Joel Lawrence) on the street after hearing his song on the radio during the drive home. Romantic that he is, the first Elvis takes her to his run down tour bus, sings her a song, and fucks her silly.
There's Priscilla's (Chennin Blanc) tale of cowgirling her pool-cleaning Elvis (this time played by Cheyne Collins, who sounds more like Forrest Gump than the King), while Sunrise Adams lovingly remembers her plumber Elvis (Mickey G) and how she blew him in the bathroom before letting him fuck her doggy style over the sink.
Then, Bobby May (Nina Ferrari) recounts her Elvis (Jay Ashley) coupling (which loses heat in the middle), and Madeline (Adajja) talks of serving her Elvis (Ron Jeremy) tons of food from her fast food restaurant (that joke again?) in what is one of the best scenes in the video, if just for entertainment value. When she asks Jeremy if he wants to wash his hands after eating fried chicken, he responds, "Naw, I like my hands greasy - makes for good lube." Hee!
Yeah, the Elvis wigs are ratty, the edits are jumpy and the framing story wanders a little, but it's just too charming and funny not to love. Pre-nom Best Comedy, and Best Non-Sex Role for Kaplan's snobby English interviewer.