Released: Apr 01st, 1991
Director: Bruce Seven
Company: Elegant Angel Productions
Cast: Victoria Paris, Sandra Scream, Jamie Lee, Erica Boyer, Angela Summers, April Rayne
Critical Rating: AAAA
One minute it's 1959 and all the world's a black and white video. Next it's 1991, but Sandra Scream and Angela Summers have managed to escape 32 years of aging and wrinkling with nary a dab of Retin-A. Summers and Scream are dressed like ponytailed sluts in a wild game of Post Office. And Scream's tight sweater defines unimaginable contours - she would have been a premier cheesecake model back in those days or in the court of Henry VIII, it doesn't matter. Neither does the thin plotline here.
The girls are in the middle of a scavenger hunt when they and their hot set of wheels are whisked into the future. Scream and Summers talk like a couple of aliens off a spaceship when they engage the contemporary babes in the cast, but that's where the cultural differences end.
As part of their scavenger hunt, S&S have to come up with something "banned in Boston." It's an interesting premise that gets lost somewhere between a conversation with Erica Boyer and Boyer's fingers up someone's asshole. Besides train of thought, other things have a way of getting lost in this production.
Incomparable action rates this all-girl feature high on the scale, particularly two scenes of note: Victoria Paris/Erica Boyer/Jamie Lee and the Paris, Scream and Summers threesome. They're wet, they're filthy (Paris does her raunchiest work for director Seven, so you won't be disappointed here) orifices are opened and fingers are plunged into cavities with the abandon of a Kuwaiti oil rape.
Got to be considered as an early entry for the best all-girl tape of the year.