Released: Feb 01st, 1992
Running Time: 73
Director: F J Lincoln
Company: Zane Entertainment Group
Cast: Peter North, Tim Lake, Tianna Taylor, Teri Diver, T.T. Boy, Cassidy (I), Marc Wallice, Francesca Lé
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Francesca Le rents a room in a house, which is, unbeknownst to her (and to us, until the end), an outpatient group home for borderline schizos. Sort of like a family reunion of my in-laws. Not only are these weirdos weird, they're also extremely horny. As if that was going to be a big surprise. So while Marc Wallice jumps all over the house in his James Bond mode, Peter North makes the Dracula in a cape, Cassidy is dressed up like Barbara Eden's genie, and blinks accordingly, and T.T. Boy makes like a cowboy.
The incredibly bosomy and sexy Tianna Taylor, like Abu ben Adhem, "leads all the rest" in the turn-on department. Her opener with Peter North has nothing phony about it, and is one of her best all-time best scenes. Peter seems to have regained some of his boyish appearance, which had been missing of late, and he looks mah-velous. Likewise, cute newcomer Francesca Le seems just right as a wide-eyed innocent who can turn into a tigress in bed. F.J. Lincoln has done a professional job in Alice in Hollyweird, from the technical aspects to imaginative camerawork. Prominently display this well-packaged new release to make your customers "curiouser and curiouser."