Released: Oct 01st, 1998
Running Time: 74
Director: Michael Zen
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Tom Byron, T.T. Boy, Melissa Hill, Billy Glide, Mark Davis, Dyanna Lauren, Kobe Tai, Jon Dough, Jenteal, Tony Tedeschi
Critical Rating: AAA
Stardust 12 is little different from Stardust 11, which was little different from Stardust 10, et cetera, and so retailers can well base the desirability of this volume on the performance of previous ones.
This reviewer must confess to having lost track of the Stardust saga, but, if memory serves, in the last episode a deranged studio head keeled over, apparently from a heart attack, just as Kobe Tai and Melissa Hill wrapped up bump sessions with Jon Dough and Weed in his office. His passing apparently left Jenteal, who serves as the lightning rod for this gleefully erratic series, in the role of Honey Potts, the studio's prime stockholder.
This time out, the only real heat is generated by T.T. Boy, Mark Davis and Brittany O'Connnell's bone-crushing threesome in a roadhouse strip joint. Elsewhere, Tony Tedeschi have at it in a cursory salami-stashing bout, and Jon Dough and Melissa Hill do the same. and Jenteal and Kobe Tai do twin one-on-one sessions with Tom Byron and Billy Glide.
Stardust's real highlight, however, is the closing ensemble musical number titled "Everybody Needs a Little Pussy," during which a high kicking chorus line is formed to sing the above refrain as the series' sexual high points are flashed montage-style across the screen. Does this announce an end to the series? Good question.