Released: Dec 01st, 1986
Running Time: 30, 60, 30
Company: Parliament Video
Cast: Crystal Breeze, Debbie Lynn, Tamara Longley, Mindy Rae, Jeannie Pepper, Kristarrah Barrington, Raija Rae
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Well, those folks from Parliament Magazine are back again. This time they've brought us a trio of rubber wienie shows.
As a true glamorphile, I was anxious to check out their contributions to the wonderful world of cheesecake. I suggest you don't view these on a full stomach of cheese as was my mistake—a pepperoni and mushroom pizza with a double dose of mozzarella. That and spending two hours of watching "Masturbation-piece Theatre" doesn't cut it.
I have no argument with the choice of women, but Dildo Babes is totally static and non-seductive. Ten women are featured, and each vignette, save for some ancillary props, is exactly the same as the one before. And if that isn't bad enough, we also get Dildo Redux, a second helping of select sequences. Variety should be the spice in a glamour compilation. This one is about 10 pinches short.
Sultry Black Dolls, I take it, was shot on a dude ranch of all places. If you can buy Mauvais DeNoir doing a Lady Godiva routine on a white horse, ala Bo Derek in Bolero, then playing hide the little white rocket, this tape is for you. The Jeannie Pepper sequence isn't much more inventive.
Sweet Starlets is the pick of the litter. Crystal Breeze, likewise, appears in this tape. Only here she drives you right through the roof in an inventive cocktail lounge vignette that's one of the more sultry glamour tape performances I've seen in awhile. Just goes to show you what a little forethought and ingenuity can produce. Taija Rae is one of my favorite on-going performers. She can be pouty and seductive just reading the back of a cereal box. As the commercial asks, who could ask for anything more? Well, the true glamour critic would. Whoever put Taija through her paces in this one missed the target.
Photography wise, these videos are state-of-the-art. But you know something has to be wrong when the major emphasis is directed on photo tricks. A beautiful woman with the right scenario and the right setting speaks for itself. You don't need slight of hand... or camera.