Released: Nov 01st, 1994
Running Time: 75
Director: Rex Borsky
Company: Rosebud Productions
Cast: Joey Silvera, Jon Dough, C.J. Bennett, Tess Newhart, Tom Byron, Careena Collins, Chayse Manhattan, Eva (I)
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Anal Plaything, like a Slinky, moves along slowly and deliberately, no great highs and no great lows. The word average comes to mind. A few good performances doesn't merit any Anal of the Year Awards.
A promising beginning with Eva, Joey Silvera, Jon Dough and Tom Byron, soon dissipates. Eva (apparently auditioning for a Certs commercial) handles "Two, two, two cocks in one." There's the usual gynecological probing but the lack of an effective anal entry shot is missed. Ending on an up note, Eva (who delivers an enthusiastic performance) shares a laugh with the guys as they cum and cum and cum.
Some great humming by Chayse Manhattan as Jon Dough can testify. He has her eyes doing the epileptic tango but where's the anal? C.J. Bennett's howling throughout, and, finally at scene's end we see Tom Byron jack hammering her asphalt. Some nice close-ups, via the pubic-cam, but please let us see the poking of the pooper.
T.T. Boy and Eva are able to fit in some sex between kisses. Eva, once again, demonstrates her magic with some impressive sword swallowing. Throw in some cow girl, reverse cow girl, doggie and effective close-ups and this makes for a pleasing scene.
When Careena Collins is devouring T.T. Boy (with her arms behind her back) she appears to be saying, "Look ma, no hands!" The glares and moaning intensifies the intensity between the pair. Careena's ass is inviting T.T. in for a visit, but he unfortunately chooses the high road. Adding to the disappointment is Careena's clothed body. Almost as an afterthought, Joey Silvera and Tess Newhart suddenly join the pair in the sack for a less than inspiring session.
At times I thought I was watching "Operation Oral" as opposed to Anal Plaything. The obvious lack of penetration shots leaves us thinking, "Oh what might have been." Nothing great, but a catchy title and nice box cover make this a stockable commodity.