Released: May 01st, 1989
Running Time: 82
Director: Henri Pachard
Company: Dreamland Home Video
Cast: Joey Silvera, Porsche Lynn, Ona Zee, Scott Irish, Rick Savage, Randy West, Bionca (I), Robert Bullock, Sharon Kane
Critical Rating: AAAA
In this story within a story treatment, writer Raven Touchstone delivers an intriguing and powerful human essay on love, secrets and thwarted goals that could stand up on any soundstage in the world as a non-X movie - it's that good. Ona Zee plays writer Anna Bloom, whose home has been ransacked and who has her typewriter (her "lifeline") stolen. Mystery writer-friend Randy West comes to the rescue with a replacement which touches off a human nuclear implosion of love, deceit, fear, helplessness, betrayal and frustration that brings West's wife, Sharon Kane, unwittingly into the picture.
Struggling in her profession ("I'm broke, I'm a writer), Zee accepts a story idea from Kane - a parable about an artist and his frigid wife - that serves as an awareness doctrine for the West/Zee/Kane love triangle. Every time Kane relates a new episode of the painter (Rick Savage), a whole new layer of skin unfolds in Zee's personal drama.
The sex is very couples oriented-seductive, sensual, purposeful and hot. But I'd be remiss if I didn't commend on one of the artist's wife episodes featuring Joey Silvera. A pure sex cameo role, but a classic, Silvera plays a glass eyeball salesman whose "eyes" help the frigid wife (Bionca) see into her sexual turmoil. The vignette is erotic, inventive and totally bizarre. Wicked Sensations, Part 2 will undoubtedly stand as a classic of the 80's. Highly recommended to retailers looking to push quality.