Released: Jun 01st, 1998
Running Time: 110
Director: Jim Holliday
Company: VCA Platinum Plus
Cast: Victoria Basque, Julie Rage, Ian Daniels, Sinderella, Nick East, Michael J. Cox, Shelbee Myne, Marilyn Star, Wynona Winter, Mila (I), Montana Gunn, Tom Byron, Shayla LaVeaux, Jill Kelly, Cara Lott
Critical Rating: AAAA
Bottom line: With 11 sex scenes on ap, customers get more than their money\'s worth
On a lonely stretch of highway somewhere out in Hollidayland, you may just find Ed's Paradise Cream Parlor. It's a quaint little confectionery where ordering something as innocent-sounding as a few scoops of vanilla will get you a roll in the back room with Marylin Star, Shayla LaVeaux, Victoria Basque, or any of the other young lovelies working behind the counter.
If you're looking for a story, don't bother; the scenes aren't really connected in a linear fashion, and the minimal (and sometimes cryptic) dialogue pretty much gets short shrifted by the cast (the notable exceptions being Jill Kelly, Nick East, Michael J. Cox and Tom Byron).
Viewers still get nearly one dozen sex scenes interspersed with Holliday's (un)usual commentary on sex, pop culture and whatever else he happens to throw into the mix.
In the best scenes, Tom Byron plays footsie and indulges in a little cock-tail with "shrimp appetizers" Star, LaVeaux, Basque, and Shelbee Myne; Mila's in the middle of an East/Cox "ice cream sandwich"; Cara Lott makes a cumback and Julie Rage takes an anal with Byron in the great outdoors; "fudgsicle" LaVeaux enjoys Byron's stick up her snatch and in her cocoa factory; and in a hilarious tease sequence, Jill Kelly pleasures herself on a table, while just a few feet away, Holliday ringer Clay Hyde dines dispassionately on a big ol' hunk of blackberry pie - à la mode.