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Queen of S.M.U.T.

Released: Sep 01st, 1999
Running Time: 102
Director: F J Lincoln
Company: VCA Platinum Plus
Cast: Brick Majors, Keri Windsor, Bridgette Kerkove, Evan Stone, Melanie Stone, Jack Hammer, Juli Ashton, Devin Wolf, Heaven Leigh
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Very ordinary both in sex and story; stock as filler for an active Video Features section

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Critical Rating: AAA

It's the year 2001, post-Amageddon, and survivors Kery Windsor, Heaven Leigh, Devin Wolf, Melanie Stone, Evan Stone and Jack Hammer are bored. All the VCRs have been destroyed and there's nothing to do but bone each other and gossip about outsider Juli Ashton, whom they refer to as "The Queen."

But Ashton's really just a sad, lonely, unqueenly woman named Stacey, who drives around in a limo with a fully-stocked bar. After observing an okay anal scene between Leigh and Hammer, the female Stone goes searching for Ashton, and hears her tale of being romantically butt-fucked and subsequently abandoned by Wolf. Ashton breaks out a bottle of champagne and a strap-on in honor of Stone's visit, a few more unremarkable sex scenes transpire between the other survivors, and we finally learn exactly what Ashton's title means (Survivors of Mankind's Unthinkable Tragedy -- oy.)


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