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Released: Nov 01st, 1990
Running Time: 75
Director: Greg Dark
Company: VCA Platinum
Cast: Bau, Heather Lear, Blake West, Wayne Summers, Bionca (I), James Lweis, Kelly Royce, Blake Palmer, Kristarrah Knight, Marc Wallice, T.T. Boy, Nikki Wilde, Tom Byron, Tianna (III)
Critical Rating: AAAA
Though I never imagined myself missing the Dark Brothers, now is a time where most porn suffers the sin of sameness. The "new" Dark Brothers resurrect their unique signature style with an excellent, sexually stunning feature. Back are the garish, cartoon like sets, the crackling camerawork, the dripping closeups, the bizarre situations. All are welcome!
The trademark on-camera interview technique seen in efforts like the zany Deep Inside Vanessa Del Rio is resurrected as various people give their impressions of "Fred," a chubby, nutty guy who believes aliens are trying to invade his anus. Rip Hymen gives an inspired non-sex performance as the disturbed guy who believes "the soul is the colon."
To escape the backdoor invasion, Fred imagines that he runs a fantasy dating service. The line between reality and make-believe becomes fuzzy at times, but you get to see numerous kinky and outrageous sphincter encounters courtesy of Fred's warped mind.
It opens with a girl/girl gnasher between Tianna and Lois Ayres in a dumpster, complete with dildo play. Next, loony bin inhabitants Tom Byron and T.T. Boy take on Bionca. Fred encourages the duo to find Nurse Bionca's soul/brown, wrinkled hole, and that they do most thoroughly.
Other insanities include Kristarrah Knight's tryst with "the Duckman." Although he's masked, aficionados will probably guess who he is by his deliciously curved member. Kelly Royce's identity holds the key to some of Fred's madness as various doctors and friends attempt to fill in the other blanks. And the last banger with Debi Diamond is a classic, as she takes on a quartet of G-stringed guys with busier hands than the plate spinner on the old Ed Sullivan show.
Sex charged from start to finish and brimming with a nice selection of ladies, don't look to make sense of this. But if you crave life in the Dark lane, you'll be glad you made the trip.
Retailers note: the Dark Brothers' features have always done great and this one should spark consumer interest.