Released: May 01st, 1986
Running Time: 85
Director: Jerome Tanner
Company: Western Visuals
Cast: Tom Byron, Mike Horner, Jack Baker, Liz Randall, Paul Thomas, Karen Bree, Regine Bardot, Tanya Foxx, Ron Jeremy, Careena Collins, Steve Powers
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Return to Sex Fifth Avenue contains old-fashioned sexual attitudes, disguised in new vogue video. And it works. The feature is incredibly hot by more recent timid standards, a sense of joy and humor abound and the producers seem to have spent some money on excellent video graphics, costumes and technical quality.
Sex Fifth Avenue, for those who missed the original, is a sex club run by the town’s mayor and judge, with special help from the chief of police and other members of the government. It seems like a sexual Studio 54, as the members are hand-picked for their sensual prowess. Well, a self-styled moralist newspaperwoman (Liz Randall) uses the power of the press to try to get the place closed down. Little does she know, that despite the fact that her inspiration for being sneaky clean is to preserve her daughter’s morality, Tany Foxx (the daughter) is a little slut in her own right.
Meanwhile, the club members kidnap Foxx, force her onto a Lucite dildo, and engage her and about 10 other cast members in a non-stop, memorable, varied orgy that includes one of the most graphic double penetration scenes I can remember seeing in a long while.
The rest of the sex scenes pale in comparison to that relentless club feast, but they’re good on their own merit. Mike Horner decides to punish his daughter’s friend Regine Bardot (the two girls were caught in a masturbation lesson on his sofa), hence, the old-fashioned porn attitude. After she gets spanked, she practices oral sex for the first time, calmly taking his load in her face. This little cutie then loses her virginity (in a very realistic scene where I won’t spoil the details) to Tom Byron while Tanya Foxx helps out.
Technically, Return to Sex Fifth Avenue surpasses mostly everything else on the shot-on-video market. A few script lulls make for some awkward moments, and the story is standard and predictable. But there’s so much exciting content in this feature, and some pretty decent performances from the likes of Jack Baker and Steve Powers, that I can highly recommend it.