Released: Apr 01st, 1999
Running Time: 111
Director: Jane Waters
Company: Extreme Associates
Cast: Iroc, Jewel Valmont, Luciano (I), Tiffany Mynx, Sabrina Johnson, Claudio (I), Paul Carrigan, Lizzie Borden, Monique (I), Gina Rome, Van Damage
Critical Rating: AAAA
Keep this away from the unwary and the timid. Or put that warning on this tape and everybody will want it
Technically, this is a superlative tape. Longtime camera wielder Jane Waters is a master in the director's chair as well as behind the viewfinder, and the long hours Waters spent slaving away on others' sets to achieve others' visions were not wasted. Here, razor-sharp high-gloss video is mixed with high-grain film look for a visual texture that keeps the viewer riveted. Two-camera shooting and repeated images in stutter edits are overlaid with repeated audio that replicates in sound what is seen. Waters even reprises the stunning image of a girl on hr knees in front of a plate glass window licking at a cock on the other side from the first Nightstalker.
These visual trapping, of course, are meaningless if what is being shot does not repay the viewer's interest. Don't worry ab out that. Six scenes, all shot in real night (mostly; more on that in a minute) with a standard theme of a guy breaking into a house and having his way with the woman inside, but all in a play-acting sort of way.
It's all good, but the last two sequences push Return of the Nighstalker into Spotlight Pick territory. First is a sunlit threeway with Iroc as a schoolgirl in uniform getting seduced by Luciano and Lizzie Borden with a strap-on. That gender-bender threeway is followed by a nighttime mirror-reverse double whammy that has Paul Carrigan sitting in his living room being stalked by Tiffany Mynx, who is wearing a strap-on. Here, he's on his knees, licking at her dick through the plate glass window. Then he sucks hr dick before she finger-fucks his ass and he rides the strap-on reverse, uh, cowgirl before jerking off all over it. Powerful stuff, especially if longtime gay performer Carrigan is an unfamiliar face and the viewer expects a simple role reversal.