Released: Sep 01st, 1989
Running Time: 85
Director: Paul Tomas
Company: Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast: Tom Byron, Eric Price, Derek Harper, Clair Tyler, Alexis Storm, Randy Spears, Julianna James
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Can you relate to those moments of sex when the guy has sprung for the wine, created an atmosphere (maybe even changed his jockey shorts), cologned himself, and the woman walks into the room looking like a clothes washer-agitator? Such is the plot of Brat (Julianna James) who is out to get more sexy. She runs into an ice cream hawker named Sebastian (Randy Spears) who guarantees her sexual freedom and takes her upon a journey of awareness. But, as you learn by dealing with guys named Sebastian, there are future "considerations." Let's make a deal.
Unlike some of the past "Gracie Allen" Brat episodes, Nympho Brat makes bold forays into kink, eroticism and is adding some real measure of depth and assurance to her character. Sex – oh brother! Newcomer Clair Tyler is stylish and overwhelming as Spear's henchwoman, Penelope, and she gets the showcase sex scene. Bravo! Don't miss Alexis Storm, either, as the maid. Some good stuff here. In fact, the more I think about it, this feature can best be summed up as a Faustian Misty Beethoven, and Spears is marvelously demonic – a good role for him. Another jewel in the Brat series.