Released: Apr 01st, 1993
Running Time: 85
Director: Paul Norman
Company: Factory Home Video
Cast: Serenity, Alex Jordan, Tom Byron, Shayla (I), Damien Zeus, Peter North, Alexis DeVell
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
The father of Serenity has died. He was also the stepfather of Alexis DeVell and was distressed by the fact that both were gay. So he put a provision in his will that they would inherit their share -$146 million- only if they marry within 30 days. Now, let’s throw in the McGuffin, as Hitchcock put it” the twist is Shayla, daddy’s girlfriend, who only inherits if neither girl marries. So what does Shayla do?
The first order of business is to screw Alexis’ fiancé and let her catch them at it. There’s some serious poolside loving between Shayla and blond Damien Wolf in furtherance of that cause. So it’s off to video dating for Alexis, where she sees Tom Byron talking and then boffing Rebecca Bardoux! There’s also a gratuitous scene between Alex Jordan and Peter North, the owner of the dating service. It’s darkly shot for mood purposes but occasionally it is a little too dark. Lastly, Alexis and Serenity join forces by agreeing that only Serenity will marry and they’ll share the dough. Serenity’s condition is a final girlie send-off by Alexis that is the highlight of this fine show. Retailers should order deep as this is the best FHV release of the last year or so and should be a top seller.