Released: Dec 01st, 1997
Running Time: 75
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Maya (I), Tony Tedeschi, Jon Dough, Lori Michaels, Peter North, Steven St. Croix, Dyanna Lauren, Kobe Tai, Michael Hurt
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Stardust 8 is stockable and a must for people following the series. Stardust 9 is heartily recommended, even for those not following the series.
A ground-rule double and a home run.
As Stardust 8 begins, Dyanna Lauren is still trying to conquer Earth, and has just beamed down an "Erector" robot (Lori Michaels) which damn near fucks Michael Hurt to death, demanding "more seed" after he's quite finished, thanks. In the trailer park, things are Not Good with sis Pepper Lee Potts and her wrestling-robot boyfriend either, as she sits him down to a dinner of 30-weight and takes on FBI agent Kyle Stone.
Lauren sizzles with Jon Dough, and Michaels gets double-teamed by St. Croix and North. A Kobe Tai/Jenteal g/g rounds out the five sex scenes in Stardust 8.
Stardust 9 comes out of the box swinging with a change in the Earth-takeover plans by the enemy planet: Instead of bringing their women here, they consider importing Earth men. Men like Steven St. Croix, demonstrating his more-seed-production capabilities with Jenteal right over there on the view screen.
Lauren and Jenteal are featured in two b/g scenes each, and Maya and Mark Davis do a fifth. Lauren is on fire both here and in Stardust 8, and it seems everybody picked up her enthusiasm in this go-round.
Writing is still quite good, even pulling out the old evil-twin bit with Lauren in one scene, and Davis is very funny as the semi-effeminate Prince Dildon from the enemy planet. As usual, first rate technically, and particular kudos to the techs in the evil twin scene in Stardust 9 for fine chroma-key work.