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Released: Jul 01st, 1992
Running Time: 65, 67
Director: Paul Thomas
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Chuck Martino, Flame, Carl Esser, Melanie Moore, Wayne Summers, Chip Knights, Tim Lake, Marc Wallice, Summer Knight, Christie Canyon, Hyapatia Lee, Jonathan Morgan
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Two ladies run off to see America and become involved in a crime spree which ultimately lands them behind bars where each blames the other for their downfall. In this Thelma and Louise inspired feature, Hyapatia Lee plays a woman whose husband wants something different sexually from her every night. He brings home a couple of drinking buddies and tells her to put on a show for the guys, which she skillfully performs. She runs off with her high school girl pal, Christie Canyon, in the hubby's Cadillac.
Life on the road seems to affect the two ladies, and they're soon entertaining the boys at the roadhouse. Before long, they're robbing their way through the heartland. They pick up two young free spirits (Flame and Summer Knight) who put on a lezzie lick-off demonstration while waiting for their boyfriend (Wayne Summers) to arrive in his hippie bus. Part 1 ends with Wayne pounding both girls.
Part 2 continues with Lee and Canyon picking up Nick the hitchhiking poet (Marc Wallice). It doesn't take long for him to impress the girls with his worldly adventures, such as the time he went to Sicily to research a poem he was writing about the Mafia. Naturally with b.s. stories like that, both girls have to have him, and they do him in a natural way - outdoors. In two lovely action scenes which should go over well with female viewers, Wallice entertains Canyon in a field, and then does Lee by a romantic campfire.
The ladies finally return to Lee's home catching her husband with Melanie Moore. In a very hot finale, Moore and Canyon seduce the despicable creep while Hyapatia searches the house for his cash. Consistently hot sex scenes frame this well-shot, pretty two-part film. The acting is decent and the script makes for a good cable version -- but Hyapatia Lee and Christy Canyon are sexually superb and make both of these films marketable. Vivid has been putting out a steady stream of film features of very high quality and store owners must do themselves and their customers justice by carrying Crazed.