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Released: Oct 01st, 1992
Running Time: 75
Director: Wes Brown
Company: Odyssey Group Video
Cast: Jake Williams, Tony Tedeschi, Tiffany Mynx, Saki, Joel Lawrence, Tanya Storm, Alicia Rio, Persia, Tracy Winn
Critical Rating: AAA
"Attention shoppers, at aisle three, the Smellfeeta Pasteurized Cheese has been reduced from..."
Give director Wes Brown and his band of renown huzzas this month for pulling off a couple of minor video gems. Buttsizer is one of them, and Supermarket Babes In Heat is the other. They're weird, cute, funny little shows and interesting as hell to watch with no small credit lent by the presence of multi-talented Tony Tedeschi who appears in both.
Supermarket Babes In Heat is packed with clever double entendres, thanks to writer L.S. Talbot, and is set in a supermarket that seems to specialize in toilet paper - you'll see what I mean in a scene where shopper Alicia Rio gets banged vociferously by clerk Joel Lawrence.
Tedeschi plays the slimeball manager of Wolf's Market (complete with his own self-contained P.A. system), and Tony T. is constantly on the make when it comes to horny housewives. The gals (Persia, Saki and Tanya Storm) know he's a scumbag, but the clerks are seen as another story. Jake Williams plays his clerk role with the bewildered gaze of a rube who fell out of a rocketship, and the housewives are sex sharks who go into an automatic feeding frenzy whenever the word cucumber is mentioned or one is dropped on the supermarket floor. Oh, those phallic symbols.
Most of the sex works fairly effectively and blends perfectly into the flow of the story - there's even a California earthquake that interrupts one pairing: Williams with Storm. It's pretty well done and realistic enough.
Unfortunately, Tracy Winn and Tiffany Mynx are there for the marquee value. Their girl-girl scene plain and out sucks, the only real downer in this otherwise fine entry. Fortunately, Tracy comes off a helluva lot sexier on the boxcover.