Released: Nov 01st, 1985
Running Time: 89
Director: Jerome Tanner
Company: Western Visuals
Cast: Tom Byron, Lana Burner, Helga Sven, Jamie Gillis, Paul Thomas, Joanna Storm, Heather Wayne
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
(Sung to the tune of "Puff, The Magic Dragon.")
"Flash the Magic Dork,
Lives by the sea,
All the whores love him so much,
He gets all their money."
Just thought this cute little feature needed a theme song. Yes, Flash the Magic Dork, played by the indefatigable Tom Byron, is such a great lay that the neighborhood prostitutes pay him . . . all their cash. What a scam. Meanwhile, the silly cop, played with flair by Paul Thomas, tries to track Flash down as a rapist, while the Madame, Helga Sven, warns her working girls of the madman's powers.
Thrill Street Blues, with its cute, funny story, works great as a sex tape, with some of the hottest shot-on-video footage we've seen this year. Joanna Storm returns in a sizzling performance, featured in encounters with Byron, roommate Heather Wayne and kinky Jamie Gillis. Lana Burner tops that, though, taking on three tricks in a row, culminating in an unbelievable scene with Flash, our hero.
Nice video graphics, wet close-ups, an interesting musical score and decent performances from most of the players make a trip to Thrill Street well worth taking. It won't leave you with any blues.