Released: Oct 01st, 1994
Running Time: 75
Director: M Stone
Company: Moonlight Entertainment
Cast: Felecia, Misty Rain, Barbara Doll, Marc Wallice, Angela Summers, Ron Jeremy
Critical Rating: AAAA 1/2
The MTV style that we look forward to seeing from director Stone is back and as entertaining as ever. This news mag is chock full o' editorials, interviews and sex, sex, sex. Ron Jeremy returns as host and displays his wit as well as balls.
Jeremy's editorial tribute to Al Goldstein (not the rabbi, the publisher) was insightful. All that's missing is Ron singing, "The Battle Hymn Of The Republic." Although it may be a little over indulgent, it's intelligently and lucidly delivered.
What more does a guy need then Angela Summers and a pool table? Maybe a beer and a remote but Angela and the Brunswick make for a nice start. After inviting viewers to correspond, Angela introduces us to her body parts. (Haven't we met somewhere before?). Marc Wallice joins her for a game and promptly chalks her up. He displays a nice stroke, while she racks his balls. He finally breaks and leaves his Mosconi for her to swallow.
A well-spoken and concise Paul Fishbein (editor and publisher of AVN) gives his insight into the adult entertainment industry. While discussing the origin of AVN and the AVN award show, Fishbein touches upon censorship and first amendment issues. Paul exhibits that he is a definite force in the industry (Hell, a little brown-nosing never hurt anybody).
The soft, supple bodies of Felecia and Misty Rain will have you in a lather. With complete reverence they worship each other's mamm's. The girls share a box lunch as well as discuss the duality of dildoism. Their passing of the love baton would have any relay team member envious. In complete ecstasy, the girls leave you thinking, "Love is a D battery away".
Into the great outdoors we go with Alex Sanders and Barbara Doll. Alex takes a road map tour with his tongue. He works Barbara's interstate to perfection. They get caught in some awesome fucking gridlock. The way they travel across each other's body would make Rand McNally proud
Smart, slick,stylish and sexy is Radical Affairs 8. I enjoyed every second and look forward to the next installment. A definite for the shelf. (Order in bulk.)