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Released: Sep 01st, 1996
Running Time: 74
Directors: John T Bone, John T. Bone
Company: Amazing Pictures
Distribution Companies: Metro Distribution
Cast: Sean Rider, Annabel Chong, Rick Masters, Steve Hatcher, Shyla Foxxx, Ron Jeremy, Dave Hardman, Sophia Rio
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: All-Sex

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

With futuristic costumes and a cast left over from Two Too Much, here Bone eschews the dopey dialogue and forges full-tilt into four nasty fuckfests.

Once again, the anonymous gasmask gang is resurrected to d.p. Shyla Foxxx, this time jamming two cocks in her pussy as well.  This may appeal to somebody out there but we prefer to keep our bones honed in a different time zone, thank you.

The hands-down hottest scene features Annabel Chong's and Shyla's hot assholes being slammed by a pair of guys in Rollerball helmets.  (One must assume that all those covered male faces signify something about the alienation of mankind.  Either that, or they don't brush their teeth in the future.)

The Rollerball guys hold their loads until they can release a torrent of spunk in each girl's mouth, which is passed back and forth like spermicidal saliva.  Jesus, Bone, what appealing perversions you have!


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Metro Distribution
Amazing Pictures
Dave Hardman
Sean Rider
Rick Masters
Shyla Foxxx
Sophia Rio
Annabel Chong
Steve Hatcher
Ron Jeremy
John T Bone
John T. Bone


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