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The Spectacle

Released: Jun 01st, 1991
Running Time: 66
Company: Intropics Video
Cast: Avalon, Mercedez Lynn, Sandra Scream, Woody Long, Savannah (I), Wayne Summers
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

Savannah sings the title song, but whenever it's played, it's either distractingly laid over the opening dialogue or else it's just too loud. Wayne Summers doesn't want to go to his wife Avalon's high school reunion (all of six years since graduation, and set in Scream's backyard), so Avalon primes him with pussy and anal to make him go —or come, depending on how you look at it. Scream and Long have a mini-discussion about said reunion, and boink in their own talky style.

At the reunion, Summers is bitchy, Scream does Avalon in the bedroom, Mercedez Lynn simultaneously tosses her hair and humps her husband Biff Malibu, while, in a totally unrelated scene, Scream's sister Savannah takes on a stud muffin with a tattoo on his tush. This effort contains two back-door scenes (the second belling between Lynn and Malibu), but otherwise, the schtupps are so-so. All the men in the cast are in dire need of a shave, as are Ms. Scream's pubes. I mean, I thought she and Long's scruffles were going to stick together like Velcro. But alas, they didn't. At least, that would have been a spectacle. This one, while being decent isn't spectacular.


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