Located in: Home > Movies > Prescription For Pleasure

Prescription For Pleasure

Released: Jan 01st, 1994
Running Time: 76
Director: Greg Steel
Company: Heatwave Entertainment
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

Popular Rating Average:
My Rating:
Please log in to rate. Don't have a free account? Register now!

Buy DVD Watch Online



Critical Rating: AAA

This refreshingly-different loop carrier boasts interesting sets and a neat twist on the "sexually troubled psychologist's patient" scenario.  When Debi Diamond's the holder of the Ph.D, you can just imagine what Jake Williams' Rx is!  He arrives at a sexborg clinic where Bobby Neuwave and E.Z. Ryder try their darndest to help Williams visualize his wildest fantasy.  They're all stylistically pleasing, especially the opener with a leatherette girl grinder courtesy of Sahara and P.J. Sparxx.  They're joined by new stud on the block Adam Vaughan and Tom Byron, who has an anal rendezvous with Sahara.  Cop Jeannie Pepper (who looks great, by the way, after a couple of years away from the biz) stops driver Steve Drake and gives him a go atop the car, amid flashing lights.  With an Egyptian flair, Vaughan watches Pepper and Sahara in a lickfest, then proceeds to splash on their waiting faces.  Finally, Diamond appears, a long, slim drink in black, and puts Williams through the necessary paces with her usual erotic aerobics and seething, hot, churning bod.  Nicely edited, performed and conceived.

A definite winning prescription for retailers.


Related Content:

Heatwave Entertainment
Greg Steel


Please log in to comment.
Don't have a free account? Become a member!

By participating you agree to our Privacy Policy & the AVN "Be Kind Policy"
and represent that you are not under the age of 18.

Axel Braun's 'Supergirl XXX' Flying to Retailers
Amber Rayne's Cause of Death Ruled Accidental Overdose
Christy Mack Launches App Including Domestic Violence Emojis
Fresh Faces: Subil Arch
Video (Jun 24th, 2016)
Fresh Faces: Subil Arch
Brooke Banner Returns to Industry Simply as 'Brooke'