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Released: Aug 01st, 1992
Running Time: 73
Director: C Everette Smythe
Company: Las Vegas Video
Cast: Mike Horner, Cal Jammer, Victoria Paris, Marissa Malibu, Tara (I), Ted Wilson, Biff Malibu, Charisma (I)
Critical Rating: AA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA

This ode to mediocrity has Biff Malibu as BeaverJuice (complete with costume and make-up), a discruntled T.V. talk show host whose show has been cancelled by the network. To get revenge, he takes over the station and plays his favorite clips from porno movies (which were actually shot for this feature).

All of the sex scenes have an awkwardness about them which is never transcended. The couplings are like watching high performance cars whose carburetors are incorrectly adjusted: they tend to stall a lot. A prime example is when Victoria Paris and Ted Wilson attempt to do the nasty on the studio couch. BeaverJuice interrupts so much that it takes bloody forever for Ted to get wood – and even then, his concentration is so thrown that he never really gets "into" it. With a gorgeous babe like Ms. Paris sitting on your face, that's difficult to imagine. The tape ender with Tara and BeaverJuice provides the most eroticism – which is, in itself a little weird. However, the interesting box cover might make this one sell in spite of its shortcummings.


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Victoria Paris
Tara (I)
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Mike Horner
Marissa Malibu
Ted Wilson
Charisma (I)
Cal Jammer
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