Released: Jul 01st, 1996
Running Time: 75
Director: Nic Cramer
Cast: Sid Deuce, Nick East, April (VI), Sindee Coxx, Madelyn Knight, Alicia Rio, Jonathan Morgan, Roxanne Hall, Jay Ashley
Critical Rating: AAAA
First note —this is Part 1 of 2, and I wanna see more, now! Pencil in nominations for Sindee Coxx, the Cramer script and direction, the sensational Jack Remy videography, Bud Swope's editing, and the art direction now, and I'll think of more later. Did Sindee Coxx need a breakthrough role? I doubt it, but if so, this is it, in capital fucking letters. Alternating brilliantly between little-girl-lost and hard-edged sex queen, you can't take your eyes off her.
Derivative but interesting story, with Coxx inheriting a classic-car collection from uncle Kyle Stone, who's been murdered by enigmatic villain Jonathan Morgan. The cars, especially the centerpiece Rolls-Royce, have mesmerizing powers of sexual transformation. What could be better than cool cars, great babes, and (literally) steamy sex? Under Remy's stylish eye, and Cramer's tight pacing, as good as you can hope for, highlighted by the opening Coxx solo, the Alicia Rio/Madelyn Knight pairing that follows, and the awards-worthy, up-against-the-alley pounding of Coxx by Morgan. Nice cliffhanger ending with the murder, and Sindee just arrested. Talk this one up big.