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Lethal Lust

Released: Oct 01st, 1997
Running Time: 97
Director: "O"
Company: Heatwave Entertainment
Cast: Marc Wallice, Tabitha Stevens, Dick Nasty, Kyle Stone (straight), Nick East, Mila (I), Stephanie Swift, Justine Reage, Earl Stone
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

With a script that should sue for criminal negligence, Lethal Lust provides possibly the ultimate definition of the term "non-linear."

In the opening moments of what's basically a sharply-mounted feature that takes the experimental risks of a student film, Tabitha Stevens fucks Dick Nasty in the ass with a strap-on. She makes off with his gun, then drops completely out of the picture after pleasuring girlfriend Stephanie Swift  with the barrel and a dildo silencer. Obviously this is a story about a gun that changes hands which, by definition, dooms the lot (at least in this story) of the previous owner.

Picture then, if you will, a bunch of tough guys puffing on stogies, trying to act like Harvey Keitel. Picture tough guy Nick East handcuffed by a Samoan bouncer to a fence after East has fucked a street whore in the ass during a scene that borrows camerawork from the Sam Raimi school of filmmaking.

Fairly decent sex, best marketed to the Tarantino-impaired consumer.


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Heatwave Entertainment
Dick Nasty
Mila (I)
Justine Reage
Marc Wallice
Kyle Stone (straight)
Stephanie Swift
Earl Stone
Tabitha Stevens
Nick East


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