Released: Aug 01st, 1999
Running Time: 70
Director: Greg Alves
Distribution Companies: Metro Distribution
Cast: Sylvia (I), Pat Myne, Phyllisha Anne, Michael J. Cox, Lisa Belle, Tyce Buné, Mark Davis, Kyle Stone (I), Bridgette Kerkove, Dave Hardman, Eric Le Roy, Caroline (I)
Critical Rating: AAAA
Solid all the way. Every raincoater\'s dream.
What can you say about a series solely devoted do d.p.s in which virtually every scene will leave fans of such action blissfully exhausted - and with a possible case of carpal tunnel syndrome? If anyone is disappointed with this material, they're either leaning towards another form of sexuality or just plain dead from the waist down.
Best of the lot, and worth surefire pre-noms, are a pair of threesomes which virtually define the act of double penetration. In the first, Bridgette Kerkove plays the "meat" in a Dagwood sandwich where the "Wonder Bread" is Tyce Buné and Kyle Stone. Like all good d.p.s, there's plenty of oral warm-up before the big stunt. Bridgette is quite vocal about her passions once the double-entry penetrations begin, and her constant begging for more sure doesn't hurt the scene. Stone gets his share of strokes in, but it's Buné who flips the gal over the couch for a reverse rectal piledriver, with enough deep re-insertions to raise a jealous eyebrow from Rocco Siffredi.
Next on the must-see list is a tag team between Mark Davis, Michael J. Cox and a newish girl named Sylvia. Aside from the fact that she's a redhead and the finest babe in the vid (all the others are look-alike blondes), this fiery temptress matches every hold that her wrestling partners throw her way. It's a virtual repeat of the previous scene's action, and a preview of the trysts ahead; but repetition does not breed boredom in Air Tight 5.
Quasarman's videography is crisp and explicit, resembling the footage that Rex Borsky used to lens. If the series had something resembling production values instead of the boring bedroom sets (and perhaps a few more initial penetration shots in the other sequences), we would be looking at five A's, here.