Released: Apr 01st, 1995
Running Time: 60
Director: Patti Rhodes
Company: Bizarre Video
Cast: Anthony Crane, Mike Dean, Shelby Stevens, Nicole London, Skye Blue, Summer Cummings, Scott Baker, Debi Diamond
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
A women's prison scenario is a beautiful thing. Think of classics like Born Innocent with the shower scene featuring Linda Blair's encounter with "Johnny" (the broom handle). Or the original Chained Heat featuring Linda Blair's breasts. Maybe Linda's presence is what's needed here; something's missing.
Sky Blue gets in a little dom time in a dungeon, (just what is a dungeon doing in a prison anyway?) but it's definitely a Summer Cummings show. Anthony is strapped to a crossbeam, Mike is put in a wooden stock and Scott Baker crawls around in a collar with wrist shackles. Summer removes her skirt and wraps a cat 'o nine around Anthony's neck, whipping and verbally abusing him. She attaches clips to his nose and he screams accordingly. As a finale she binds Anthony and Mike (Scott and the nearly-unused Nicole London have left the room by this point) side-by-side with plastic wrap and whips them.
A shower scene with prison guard Skye and prisoner Scott is amusing, but not really hot. Skye sticks both ends of a shower brush between Scott's ass cheeks. Maybe it's the fact that neither of them can do a convincing southern accent; the scene lacks whatever elusive qualities it takes to amount to eroticism.
Guard Shelby finds Scott cleaning a toilet with his toothbrush and gags him with it. She strips off her uniform, revealing a black vinyl minidress and boots, and forces Scott to go down on her heels. She whips him and insults him with a special flair. Her pale skin and platinum hair contrast beautifully with her outfit.
There are harsher and hotter B & D tapes on the market, but few with this much style. While admittedly short on story, excellent technical values put this one crop-and-shackles above most specialty product. Recommended for its major panache, but devotees of extremely "raw 'n rough" material may find it too light for their cast-iron tastes.