Released: Apr 01st, 1995
Running Time: 77
Director: Sean Michaels
Cast: Julian St. Jox, Lana Sands, Jeannie Pepper, Sean Michaels, Janet Jacme, Sabrina (I), Mr. Marcus
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Sherlock Homie, like a Ted Bundy romantic interlude, begins with a tremendous amount of potential but unfortunately ends with a little execution. An obvious attempt at creativity is made 9different angles, use of a steady-cam, etc.) but director Sean Michaels, "You should know by now that the penetration shot is elementary, ol' chap, simply elementary."
The story (which gets convoluted about two thirds of the way has Homie (Michaels), Whatsup? (Julian St. Jox) and Detective Le Fool (Valentino) investigating "The Legend of the Maneater."
The maneater, or famished femme, is Lana Sands. Her mission is to fuck the evil and hate out of men – men who are cruel to women and children. The first venom sucking involves Mr. Marcus (playing a less-than-model husband) atop a staircase. Marcus sucks her fingers and then ferociously feats on the glands of Sands. Lana, oozing sex, returns the favor as she undoes his belt with her mouth and delivers an all-pro blowjob. A heated mish and doggie soon follow leaving Marcus (and myself) trembling.
Janet Jacme, playing reporter Christina Wentworth, thanks Whatsup for his help with the investigation into "The Legend." She gives some great head and St. Jox reciprocates by going down on the Mount of her Baskervilles. Great close-ups of her clit, a dynamite doggie and a rampant reverse cowgirl follow, but unfortunately the penetration shots of a cowgirl/reverse cowgirl anal are missing.
Valentino dons a Bowler as he bends Janet Jacme over to ball-er. She unleashes a super suckjob that'll put a stacky in your khakis. A standing-doggie (no penetration shot) hard and fast bouncy-bounce reverse cowgirl/standing-fuck combo halts the humping.
A Jeannie Pepper/Sabrina girl-girler is a good time to see if the fast-forward button on your remote is working, while the excellent cowgirl penetration shot in the Michaels/Sands finale may be the time to check the freeze-frame.
Sherlock Homie is a good vid – nothing more, nothing less. Perhaps with some better editing, a tighter script and those ever-important penetration shots it would've received The Sign Of The Four (A's). Stock for fans of Michaels and Sands.