Released: Sep 01st, 1993
Running Time: 78
Director: Michael Zen
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Tom Byron, Steve Drake, Tony Tedeschi, Ashlyn Gere, Deborah Wells, Kristy Lynn
Critical Rating: AAAA
This film opens in the stone age with cave man Steve Drake looking on as Neanderthal Tom Byron gets his rocks off with Deborah Wells – leaving her quite unsatisfied. Steve falls for her big time, but just as they've finished consummating their love, Tommy returns and bashes Steve into the next century. Cut to modern day. Steve is now a scientist taking a stroll in the Alps with girlfriend Ashlyn Gere, where he discovers the cave woman (Deborah Wells) frozen in the ice. He takes her to his laboratory to "study" her, and ends up becoming obsessed with her. Ashlyn feels pretty neglected, the news media has got wind of the "Ice Woman" story, and ace reporter Tony Tedeschi is hot on the trail. Brittany O'Connell is Steve's ditsy lab assistant who accidentally thaws the ice woman. Ashlyn, who's tired of playing second fiddle to a frozen science experiment, takes advantage of the situation and gets rid of the accident.
That's basically where Part 1 ends, leaving one to hope they wrap things up in Part 2. Although the continuity is off in spots and the plot is a bit flat at times, the sex is so incredible that one can't help but enjoy this film. It's always a pleasure to watch Ashlyn Gere in action, and when you pair her with the likes of Steve Drake and then Tony Tedeschi, what you get is enough heat to melt asbestos! With Ashlyn on the box (and in the box) you can be sure that this one's gonna be a seller!