Released: Sep 01st, 1994
Running Time: 75
Director: Wesley Emerson
Company: Video Team
Cast: Tiffany Mynx, Mike Homer, T.T. Boy, Krista (V), VixXxen, Peter North, Kaitlyn Ashley
Critical Rating: AAA
Second in the Video Team line of "sexual thrillers" (The first being The Corner), Hexxxed is being marketed as a Hitchcockian mood piece. Considering that it's written and played as broadly as A Night At The Opera, this is a curious choice for a thriller line.
Hexxxed concerns the exploits of big-time publisher and even bigger time pussy-hound Mike Horner, who thinks nothing of exploiting his assistant Tiffany Mynx for a bit of midnight galley correction in the horizontal position.
Crisply lensed in the bluish hues of darkness, the scene simultaneously establishes mood and heat, as Tiff dives for his dick and takes it to the back of her throat in delicious close-ups; Mike pounds her missionary-style as her feet nearly touch her ears; and a slurping facial caps the encounter. But when a sleepy Horner awakens, he finds himself not at home but somehow transported to an alternate reality where wiseguy director Anthony Crane is making a porn vid out of Mike's raunchy memoirs! Crane literally drags a stunned and protesting Horner from set to set as each re-creation is about to commence. So much for mood, thrills, and plain old plot, but their comedic chemistry is obvious.
VixXxen and Krista — two babes very much on the frontier of adult entertainment — engage Peter North in a white-hot three-way that begins with a double blowjob and ends with a double facial pop shot; after which the gals virtually lick each other's faces clean! Kaitlyn Ashley also gets involved in a three-way with her boyfriend Jay and T.T. Boy, but too many male reaction shots cool this encounter a bit. Just hang in there until Kaitlyn gets a taste of Tiffany Mynx's sweet snatch. A spit W polish contest erupts and the viewer is the true winner.
Were it not for some effective sex from a highly charged set of performers, this vid would find a niche in obscurity limbo. Surprisingly, it rises above the material — see for yourself. (And next time, let's see a real thriller!)