Released: Feb 01st, 1995
Running Time: 70
Director: Rex Borsky
Cast: Nikole Lace, Sindee Coxx, Roxanne Hall, Eva (I), Kim Kataine, J.R. Carrington, Tammi Ann
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Sure, there's a fine collection of coozes and Borsky's trademark, I-think-I-can-get-inside-her-ass-cam at work, but it appears as though they've loaded up the shopping cart with canned moans and forgot to pick up a few jars of enthusiasm.
The opening all-women workout has J.R. Carrington, Nikole Lace and Kim Kataine pumping each other's muscles. Nicole uses her tongue to do some pussy push-ups on J.R., while Kim does some squats over J.R.'s flexing face. Going pussy-to-pussy and cowgirl, J.R. and Nikole share a double-sided dildo in the working of their menstrual muscle. It's now Kim's turn to get her ass worked over in a scene that leaves you warm, but void of a real sweat.
Roxanne Hall's first of two scenes has her doing the tongue, finger, and vibrator "thang" with the big-titted J.R. High school geometry flashbacks has the girls recalling that the shortest distance between two clits is a straight dildo. After climbing on top, Roxanne uses a vibrator (in a Norman Bates stabbing motion) to work J.R.'s ass like a Psycho Ms. Halls' other scene has her engaged in an uneventful (and clothed) girl-girler with the full-lipped Eva. Can you say, "I'd rather be watching reruns of Get Christy Love?" – I knew you could.
The girls could take a lesson from Sindee Coxx and Tammi Ann who appear to be actually enjoying themselves. The girls use a vibrator, in a piston-like motion to lube oil, and fill-her. Slow motion and the "sphincter-cam" catches the girls "flipping the bird" inside their own ass holes and Sindee wielding a strap-on (as well as any pick-up truck driving, ball of testosterone.")
Not quite as hot as the title suggests, Anal Bad Girls is more like Tepid Tushie Tarts. Aside from the Sindee Coxx/Tammi Ann pairing, nothing stood out on me or the video. As far as differentiating between this vid and other Rosebud features I'll quote Led Zeppelin – "The Song Remains The Same".