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Released: Sep 01st, 1985
Running Time: 84
Director: Eric Edwards
Company: Gold Medal Editions
Cast: Stevie Taylor, Christy Canyon, Nick Random, Bobby Bullock, Herschel Savage, Jessica Wilde
Critical Rating: AA
I first thought Orifice Party would about huge, horny guys filling their hot co-starlets openings as often as they can. But after watching the “action” in this project, I’ve figured out the “orifice” in the title refers to the empty, unfulfilled feeling this sexually boring film left me with.
The major problem is that there are too many little stories. A small shipping firm that majors in freight and minors in adult films, i.e., to seduce a client to save the company and get everyone a pay raise. Also, it is the boss’s birthday, and this could have led to several tantalizing scenarios. Director Eric Edwards attempts to show every sexual possibility, and that is the problem.
It is too much for the viewer to follow. When some of the sex scenes begin to heat up, the viewer is re-directed toward dialogue and then a stop in the boss’s office to see what’s happening there. The viewer’s visual stimulation wanes with each scene change, leaving him/her to wonder what’s coming next rather than who’s coming.
And if you are a Christy Canyon fan, don’t be fooled into thinking she has a big part (in the tape), just because she is on the box cover. Canyon plays a singing balloon-a-gram who can’t sing, and ends up in some sexual positions that last about 20 seconds each.
But every cloudy production has a silver lining, and Orifice Party can thank Herschel Savage for its “high” AVN rating. Savage plays Rosco, a crude, arrogant film editor/shipping clerk who yells “hey, fresh meat!” each time a girl walks in on him having sex with someone else.
Savage’s character supplies the only real energy to Orifice Party. His portrayal is refreshingly funny and convincing, and is really the only thing worth seeing in this tape.