Released: Sep 01st, 2002
Running Time: 117
Director: Paul Thomas
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Wilde Oscar, Steven St. Croix, Sean Michael, Nici Sterling, Kendra Lynn, Ben (I), Marty Romano, Dru Berrymore, Dasha (I), Gwen Summers
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Nici Sterling and Dasha fans. Couples.
Steven St. Croix delivers a nom-worthy performance as a womanizing writer who figures out he's really in love with his editor in this tale of murder and perversion from director Paul Thomas.
St. Croix plays "Uncle" Eddie, an author of children's books who finds inspiration writing in public places. He also likes fucking other guys' wives, a lifestyle that leads to trouble. Eddie becomes involved with the eccentric Denise (Nici Sterling), who uses him as a sex toy for her and husband Al's pleasure. They meet at a flower market and fuck in the garden while Al (Wilde Oscar) hides and watches.
Then Eddie makes the acquaintance of the flirty Jolene (Dasha) at a restaurant while she dines with her brooding detective husband, Frank (Dillion Day). The thrill-seeking author later meets Jolene at the restaurant and takes her into the ladies restroom for a doggie style, reverse cowgirl and missionary romp in the stall.
Eddie also narrowly escapes a bar in one piece after he is lured into banging Dru Berrymore and Kendra Lynn in the kitchen. Some of the best heat of the movie comes when he's plunging into Berrymore doggie style and Lynn missionary before Berrymore's asshole boyfriend catches them.
Meanwhile, Frank, who knows Jolene is cheating, decides to kill her. But not before one last fuck that includes a sizzling round of anal spooning that ends too soon.
After an anal encounter with Denise and Al, Eddie finally gives way to his seductive editor Roxy (Gwen Summers). With the sexual tension between the two at a peak, Eddie and Roxy devour each other with some softcore missionary on the kitchen counter before moving to the couch where he stuffs her in three more sweaty positions.
St. Croix, who appears in almost every scene, plays the troubled writer convincingly and takes the wood to five different women. Pre-nom him for Best Actor and Sterling for Best Actress for her portrayal of the diabolical Denise. Thomas' unconventional ending will make the viewer think.