Released: Apr 01st, 1987
Running Time: 81
Director: Henri Pachard
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Jamie Gillis, Ginger Lynn, Nikki Charm, Kimberly Dare, Steve Powers, Joey Silvera, Herschel Savage
Critical Rating: AAA
There must be a move afoot to inject cultural elements in adult videos. At one point in Ginger & Spice, Ginger Lynn actually quotes the British metaphysical poet William Blake. I doubt whether Blake served in a more erotic atmosphere, but that's about as highbrow as this sexvid gets and Lynn, in the very next breath, states, "I'm only as good as the bastard I'm f***ing." Talk about a study in contrasts! Well, Ginger makes the point of surrounding herself with a lot of bastards.
Ginger plays a radio call-in sex therapist who specializes in problems among the kinky. Turns out this lady has a few bent edges of her own. All of this leads to some interesting AC-DC forays designed to help straighten out some of the creases among her listeners. It translates into "Dr. Love's Traveling Salvation Hooker Fantasy Showcase." Her male callers want hookers (she obliges), the females want rapist-strangers who go bump in the night. No disappointments here.
The sexual encounters are evenly diced among the supporting cast in a series of ultralibidinal fantasy realizations. There's a commode scene between Jamie Gillis & Ginger that would almost make you want to go out and buy a toilet seat. It's that inspiring! And Nikki Charm offers Joey Silvera an erotic variation on the old clam bar routine. There's a lot of creativity sexually, so it's good to see the photography being played straight for a change.
As Ginger & Spice proves once again, Ginger probably has the most sexual credence of any actress. When she tells you she's coming "round the mountains," you'll almost kill to meet her at the pass.