Released: Mar 01st, 1999
Running Time: 83
Director: George Picasso
Company: DMK Media Group
Cast: Agi, Joelani, Autumn Blaze, Jessica Jewel, Jeff (I), Raina, Steve Taylor, Rod Fontana, Guy DiSilva, Kati, Peris Blue, Brittany Plattinum
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
If editing tricks don\'t cut it with the customers, point out the Red Fontana/Peris Blue anal scene for the real meat & potatoes.
Here's a real cliffhanger for ya. At tape's end, as a strawberry blonde in a white fur bikini looks like she's about to do something sexually provocative, a "To Be Continued" pops on the screen.
There's not exactly a story-in-progress here, The Strange being, rather, a congestive (you can take this quite literally) ode to a number of obvious gonzo sources including John Leslie, John Stagliano, and the AVID editing bay.
A phantom camera-wielding Buttman character appears to be fighting mucous congestion in his sinus cavities, conducting, as it were, hazy interviews, all of which have a genuine feel for bad delivery. The interviewer, however, proves to be a far more adept lensman, as evidenced by the opening (anal) threeway with Guy DiSilva, Kati and Agi, that works itself under a stark spotlight with some riveting post-production visual strokes thrown in for laughs. The scene reminds you of some of the John Leslie stuff from the Voyeur series.
Though there are a few ingratiating moments here and there, including some nice ass-worshipping courtesy of Brittany Platinum and Autumn Blaze, in the final analysis, technical wizardry carries this one.