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Heatwave 2

Released: Jul 01st, 1993
Running Time: 78
Director: Stuart Canterbury
Company: Factory Home Video
Cast: Tiffany Mynx, P.J. Sparxx, Shelene, Bella Rio, Leanna Foxxx, Brazil, Domonique
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

Hot town, summer in the city... Mike Horner (in a non-sexual role) shuts down Shelene's club when the performers (P.J. Sparxx and Tiffany Mynx) get too raunchy onstage. You'd expect these hot gals to finish the show in a jail cell, but no! P.J. and Tiffany disappear altogether. The story focuses instead, on two streetwalkers (Domonique and Lilli Xene) planning to rob Shelene.

A decidedly tepid solo by covergirl Bella Rio pads the feature until Brazil and Shelene put on a decent show to entrap the thieves (who simply walk in the front door). This naturally leads to the climax; the big threeway lesbian jail scene. Leanna Foxxx, the resident prisoner, breaks out the double-headed dildo, but instead of breaking a sweat, they simply do time.

Heatwave (released in '92) not only contained steamy action, it also looked hot— with convincing lighting, sets, and sweaty bodies. The only incendiary element in the sequel is the viewer's trial by fire — for finishing this two and a half alarmer.


 

Related Content:

Factory Home Video
Tiffany Mynx
P.J. Sparxx
Shelene
Bella Rio
Leanna Foxxx
Brazil
Domonique
Stuart Canterbury

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