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Released: May 01st, 1995
Running Time: 84
Director: M Stone
Company: Moonlight Entertainment
Cast: Julian St. Jox, Tera Heart, T.T. Boy, Barbara Doll, Sally Layd, Sean Michaels, Jordan McKnight, Jonathan Morgan
Critical Rating: AAAA
Come aboard the U.S.S. Intercourse, and boldly go where no porn parody has gone before. Aside from great sex, this top-flight take-off bombards the viewer with cool FX, costumes, and enough playful "Trek" jargon to raise a smile from even the sternest of Klingons.
As part of an "away" team, crew members Barbara Doll and android Jonathan Morgan find a pair of alien eyeglasses that, when worn, sends the wearer into an absolute sexual frenzy. Never before has there been a more powerful sexual power source disrupting the universe (since Madonna, anyway).
Doll attacks Morgan, but one can only wonder if the android can go all day and night, being that they're halted by an all-work-no-play crew. Well, perhaps not all business, as evidenced by Dr. Beaverly Gusher (Mustang Sally Layd), who examines the alien spectacles and succumbs to their power. She then ravages T.T. Boy, who delivers a Shakespearean passage, bursts into a quick rap session, and does cartwheels over a table. (Logic dictates canceling your enrollment in the William Shatner Acting School.)
Capt. Prickhard (St. Croix) pays a visit to Tera Heart, who convinces him to try on the spectacles. Before you can say, "Make it so," they're warped up and anally "engaged."
To overload the alien power source, the crew attempts simultaneous sex. Sally Layd has a libatious liaison with space-bartender Jordan McKnight in the 10 Backward lounge, while Sean Michaels and Julian St. Jox tag-team Tera Heart and give new meaning to "Deep Space." We're talkin' cosmic double penetration here. There's enough anal action in this video to warrant changing the title to "Moon Over Uranus."
In space, everybody can hear you scream. You'd be out of your Vulcan mind not to stock up on Sex Trek V!