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Released: Apr 01st, 1995
Running Time: 83
Director: Stephen Katz
Company: VCA Platinum
Cast: Sahara Sands, Dyanna Lauren, Sabrina Scott, Celeste (I), Leena, Sheena, Nina Hartley, Lynden Johnson, Kylie Ireland, Sarah Jane Hamilton, Porsche Lynn, Summer Knight, Misty Rain, Tiffany Mynx, Gery Pike, Alicia Rio, Rebecca Bardoux, Crystal Wilder
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
It would be easier to list the names of the people not in this well done project. From the Hitchcock-like opening with the subtle and sometimes hysterical narrative by Jim Holliday to the 16 girl orgy finale, there are babes o'plenty.
Supposedly we are seeing the stuff that couldn't go to cable during the original live broadcast of this pajama party. And we get some sex between gents and ladies added in as well. Personally, I enjoyed the actual phone calls the most, and I think Katz could've used more of that in the final edit. The realism was genuinely hotter.
However, I've no problems watching Alicia Rio, Sarah Jane, and Tiffany Mynx go at it, no matter what the surrounding circumstances are. These dames are exceptional. Tiff seriously gets off at one point as she masturbates and rams a dildo in her ass.
Another treat for the eyes has bodacious Celeste dildo-ing dynamite Dyanna Lauren as she licks her asshole. A breathy and intense fuck between sensuous Sabrina Scott and Vince Voyeur will get you goin' as well. Great post-orgasm dick sucking.
Another erotic interlude has Rebecca Bardoux taking on pizza guy Michael J. Cox (sorry you didn't get that pie, Jim). Marvelous ass shots will assault your senses, and Rebecca even has an orgasm along the way. She's hot!
During the lengthy orgy (maybe too lengthy), Sahara and Crystal cum, and I think Sarah-Jane squirts, but the camera misses it.
Overall, a great tape. A couple of dull encounters, and the lack of more real calls pulls the rating down a tad. But make no mistake, this is good stuff, and retailers should stock it without question.