Released: May 01st, 1995
Running Time: 66
Directors: Zachery Adams, Rex Cabo
Company: Video Exclusives
Cast: Jake Steed, Abbey, Zachery Adams, Heather Hart, Johnny Love, Don Fernando, Devon Shire, Joey (I), Chantilly Lace
Critical Rating: AA
A Purple Heart medal is in order to any viewer who sits through the first two shell-shocking segments, where technical incompetence and monotonous motel room sex are the hallmarks of some very uninspired pornographers. Short-haired, A-cupped Abbey (resembling Gail Force in her hey-day) gets it on with Don Fernando, whose double shots of spoo are virtually torpedoes by the shakiest footage since those PBS D-Day documentaries.
Less unsteady but just as pecker-numbing is a grope between Zach Adams (aka Zach Thomas, Sunset's other half) and a stripper-type with delectable tan lines and a thick, killer ass. Sadly, the segment never rises above simmer and the pop shot recalls the Hubble telescope - no focus.
Rarely have Heather Hart or Devon Shire been accused of slacking off, which leads one to believe that their sauna-room threeway with anabolic Johnny Love is just a product of poor direction. Harsh lighting kills most of the good angles, but a double blowjob/facial redeems the scene.
In a segment which appears to be left over from a modest but hot pro shoot, Jake Steed and Chantilly Lace to "the nasty" the way its namesake implies; i.e., hot and messy. Under music which sounds like it was lifted from a "Starsky & Hutch" episode, Chantilly rides Steed's stallion, cowgirl style. Too bad her luscious little butthole, an orifice which has gained the gal a legion of fans, never sees the breaching it deserves. But the pop shot's there; in focus and splayed on her mountainous boobs.
In our book, two our of four translates to "average."