Released: Mar 01st, 1995
Running Time: 118
Director: Justin Case
Company: Realistic Video
Cast: Julian St. Jox, Christina West, Chad Rod, Nick eEast, Valeria (I), Alex Jordan, Marc Wallice, Sahara (I), Misty Rain, Sindee Coxx, Francesca Lé
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
An ambitious project, Filth suffers from being lengthy. It could have half an hour trimmed from it and still get its point across. But no matter. Marc Wallice has had an accident, that has left his lower body paralyzed. Now impotent and trapped in a wheel chair, his main pleasure is bourbon and daydreaming about his former love (Lé). Nick East cannot stand seeing his friend a pathetic broken shell of man, and he plans to restore Wallice’s virility, by exposing him to “pure filth.”
Wallice becomes a chairbound voyeur as Rain, Tammy Ann, and Alex Jordan (with Chad’s help) put on a daisy chain show. Then East arranges for two black leather-clad dominatrixes, (Valeria and Sahara) with their submissive St. Jox, to perform for Wallice. Although I have misgivings as to how submissive St Jox is, as the two ladies allow him to shoot a wad all over their faces, the scene works. Next is the turn of a leather musical band. Sindee Coxx and Christina West are sans instruments, but they bring toys that they put to good use. Their antics are so impressive that Wallice and the viewer both get woodys. Wallice’s does not hold for very long, but he knows he is on the right track.
To reward East he brings back Tammi Ann to service him. Ann takes his doing up her back side from three different positions before East coats her asshole. Quite a performance. At last East delivers Francesca Lé as a surprise for Wallice. Alas, the plumbing is still not working, but Wallice encourages Lé to give East a hum job. Lé at first refuses, but seeing that Wallice is earnest, she begins to lick East’s dick. As she warms to her task a miracle happens. Marc’s somnolent dong returns to life and duty. He’s cured, no longer will he watch from his wheelchair.
It’s a shame this isn’t a film, as it reminds me of some of the ‘80s “X” features. Nevertheless, Wallice deserves a “well done”. He carries the show with East ably supporting him. The cast of ravishing girls doesn’t hurt either.