Released: Oct 01st, 1985
Running Time: 85
Director: Ron Jeremy
Company: Collector\'S Video
Cast: Lana Burner, Francois Papillon, Jessica Wylde, Bunny Bleu, Steve Drake, Robin Cannes, Jessica Longe
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Ron Jeremy has always been a good actor and a fairly decent columnist. And with each of his directorial efforts, he gets better at that, as well. In E. Three’s favor, Jeremy has shot some stunning sex scenes. However, he really had less than adequate actors to work with, making the expository scenes seem staid and awkward.
A green man from Mars who owns a third testicle (which, unfortunately, we never get to see) comes to Earth to study human sexual fantasies. This material was already covered extensively in the humorous Bobby Hollander video, Future Voyeur. In E. Three, the acting of the green man, and stars Robin Cannes, Jessica Longe and Dan T. Mann is very stiff and unrealistic.
The dialogue does little to enhance the production. Witness the talk in a space ship heading toward Earth.
Green Man: “We’re heading toward Earth. We’ll burn up.”
Girl: “Well, we can all go over my house.”
Green Man: “It’s as good a place as any.”
All right, but the feature does have a sense of humor and there’s some inside jokes about eh video industry. And most of the sex is stimulating, particularly multiple scenes involving Robin Cannes, Lana Burner and Jessica Longe and a great scene that closes the production, involving Jessica Wylde. So for the hardcore, I’d recommend E. Three.