Urban-area stores or stores where black product moves well may be able to use this as filler.
At the risk of sounding cruel —actually, it's no risk for us, we didn't foist this wretched material on the public— it is our sad duty to report that the performers in this series had better have day jobs to fall back on. Like, for instance, being crack whores.
Okay, that's a little indelicate. Well pardon us and try this on for size: in Vol. 1, the "premise" revolves around a masked burglar who breaks into office buildings (actually, the same God-damned room— you'd think he'd learn) and subsequently makes the women submit to his sexual caprices. Not only is the idea stupid, it also skirts the area of coercion, and what retailer in their right mind wants to go that route when there are a hundred-plus easier-to-market titles available each month? Maybe Dumb & Dumber Video?
Vol. 2 jettisons the scenario theme for a more basic collection of motel room trysts. Neither volume is much to look at, either heat-wise or craft-wise. We're treated to numerous side-shots of the doggie position —can't see the penetration— and the quality is generally lame. If only for its more honest approach in Vol. 2, we bestow two A's on both tapes.