Released: Mar 01st, 1985
Running Time: 80
Director: Erik Anderson
Cast: Tiffany Clark, Joey Silvera, Carol Cross, Cody Nicole, Danielle (I), Jacqueline Lorians, George Payne, Joanna Storm, Lori Smith
Critical Rating: AAA
First the good news. The women in this stylish flick are all extremely attractive and they indulge in some imaginative sexual encounters. The bad news is that the story’s quite confusing and ultimately doesn’t make much sense. Still, any film featuring the likes of blonde blue-eyed Joanna Storm, and the delectable, freckled Jacqueline Lorians doesn’t need a great story to capture your erotic imagination.
Danielle plays the writer of pulp adventure novels and she often craves sexual stimulation to help her creative juices flow. Vet stud George Payne is the first guy to service her desires while Joey Silvera and cute Carol Cross are also available for sexual consultation. Danielle’s character is obviously inspired by Kathleen Turner in Romancing the Stone, as she narrates her imaginary hero’s escapades.
Instead of Indiana Jones, the hero is labeled Louisiana Smith. Naturally he’s quite a ladies man to boot. He scores with an Ilsa like warden (Cody Nicole), saves suicidal Tiffany Clark, who thanks him with some fantastic head on an amusement park ride, and he finally humps blonde goddess Lori Smith on a golden statue. The exquisite Jacqueline Lorians and Michael Knight also share an incredibly romantic liaison in a medieval setting.
The film does have some stunning location shots in Egypt where you’ll see the colossal pyramids. Also, some of the sets are fairly impressive and the period costumes look authentic. But, it’s that muddled mess of a plot that keeps Hot Stuff from being a grand hardcore extravaganza.