Released: Jun 01st, 2002
Running Time: 74
Director: Paul Thomas
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Dayton, Meriesa Arroyo, Dale DaBone, Felicia Fox, Tyce Bun', Shannon Wila
Critical Rating: AAAA
General new releases and couples sections; with Thomas's other fine titles.
Much like Vivid's most recent foray into fairy tales, Rapunzel, Hansel & Gretel offers a twisted view of a classic bedtime story.
While Hansel (Dale DaBone) is busy hitting on his new stepsister Gretel (Dayton) and sharpening his mime juggling skills (don't ask), Hansel's father (Tyce Buné) gives his new wife (Shannon Wila) his high hard one in the kitchen. Oral trade-offs segue into a mish that rocks the hay bales they're fucking on. In a post-coital celebration, they ditch their kids.
As Hansel and Gretel try to determine how to make their way out of the woods, a - ahem - merry man (played by Pat Myne) stumbles upon them looking for other merry men. Seeing Gretel in her birthday suit, he presents a proposal: if she gives up the ass, he'll help them out. She seems good to go with it, because in seconds she's flat on her back with Myne tonguing her tit. When Myne dips down in between her legs for a little tuna surprise, Gretel arches her back and brings her body into a perfect bridge while he licks feverishly. Nice. They sex it up in spoon first and follow with doggie, after which Myne cums all over her ass.
Another good scene to watch out for includes Gretel's threeway with Eric Masterson - whose German accent is freakin' hilarious - and Meriesa Arroyo, which is intercut with Hansel's plowing of Felicia Fox, making for what feels like a never-ending scene.