Released: Mar 01st, 1994
Running Time: 84
Director: Anthony Spinelli
Company: Heatwave Entertainment
Cast: Wendy Whoppers, Nikki Sinn, Dan Steele, Jon Dough, Angel Bust, Laurie Cameron, Lisa Lipps, Jonathan Morgan, Ariana (I)
Critical Rating: AAA
Return with us to two years ago when a Spinelli video made little sense and people mumbled about Nunzio. Now, however, in this incomprehensible concoction, Ariana appears to have been kidnaped by Jon Dough's gang and is being held for $2 million ransom. Dough is psychotic, screams a lot and fantasizes about beautiful girls. (Well, okay; so do I.) The fantasies have nothing to do with the story, but they do help fill up the tape.
The first one has gigantic Lisa Lipps with Alex Sanders. Then Dough imagines himself with Nikki Sinn and innocent-looking Laurie Cameron. Nikki proves that she's not so innocent by taking it up the ass. In keeping with the title of the feature, Wendy Whoppers shows henchman Dan Steele a good time while Angel Bust and Jonathan Morgan each do their South Philly routines, which consist mainly of "Blow me."; "No, you blow me."
This feature will definitely appeal to big boob fans, and the picture of Wendy and Lisa on the boxcover won't hurt sales to that crowd.