Released: Mar 01st, 1995
Running Time: 69
Director: Jackson St Louis
Cast: Starr Damone, Tom Chapman, Michaela Adkins, Janet Jacme, Asia Carrera, Vanessa Chase, Julian St. Jox, Tony Tedeschi
Critical Rating: A
Let me explain this rating. There's a couple of decent sex scenes here. One pairs Asia Carrera and Tony Tedeschi, who should be absolutely incandescent together, but the scene is so poorly lit and badly shot that its impact is severely blunted. A closing anal scene matches an uncredited Vanessa Chase with Joey Silvera, but it's spoiled by an unnamed girl who sits next to them, bored out of her mind. The credits promise Ariana and Jonathan Morgan, who are nowhere to be seen.
In the perfunctory opener, Julian St. Jox achieves the dubious distinction of screwing the curlers and combs out of Michaela Adkins' hair. Throughout, there's no pace, no finesse, and poor lighting. Worst of all, though, the middle scene, a threeway with Janet Jacme, Starr Damone, and Tony Tedeschi, is merely a re-edit of a scene from sister company Caballero's Black Nurse Fantasies (directed by Henri Pachard), which I reviewed all of two weeks earlier.
Was this brainstorm the reason for a screenplay credit for a video without a word od dialogue? This is simply unacceptable; retailers don't need customers complaining about seeing the same scenes on the shelf a couple of weeks apart in new boxes! Next year, in a compilation, clearly marketed as such, is one thing, but this is not. Sexual Misconduct? For director Jackson St. Louis, and Vidco honcho Henri Pachard, the verdict is: Guilty As Charged.