Released: Oct 01st, 1998
Running Time: 85
Director: Joe D'Amato
Company: Moonlight Entertainment
Cast: Papillon, Sean Michaels, Julian St. Jox, Cortknee, Michael Hurt, Kimberly Jake, Jeremy Steele (I), Mr. Marcus, Mila (I), Jake Steed
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Sean Michaels practices his special brand of invasive bonecology of Cortknee\'s butt in the most watchable scene.
The box cover claims we have a modern re-telling of the interracial classic," but Shakespeare can rest easy -- this version bears as much resemblance to the Bard as Chocolate n' Vanilla Fudge Packers 17.
Sean Michaels hangs out in a dusty town by an abandoned train station. Cortknee gets hassled by some bikers. Sean saves her lily-white ass by waving a stick around. Duh.
Eighty minutes later, the show is over and the plot hasn't progressed, but half a dozen mediocre sex scenes have unspooled, mostly taking place in the derelict train cars. As usual, D'Amato directs with a leaden (and literal) hand. Perfectly decent cinematography is undone by tripod-bound angles, and the carnal action is practically an afterthought.