Released: Mar 01st, 1985
Running Time: 75
Directors: David Christopher, Janus Rainer
Cast: Satin Summer, Shareta Taylor, Francine Starr, Phadrea Grant, Ron Jeremy
Critical Rating: AA
A white man marries a black girl. His father, who has just been remarried himself and doesn’t know that his daughter-in-law is black, comes for a visit. How can the groom gain his father’s acceptance? With Hot Fudge. Everybody gets seduced here and I guess when a family plays together, they stay together.
Although much of the sex in Hot Fudge is decent, it all goes on way too long. The actors are easy on the eyes, but not so with the camera angles and overall video quality. The tape frequently switches from color to black and white, and we don’t know why.
The two redeeming features of Hot Fudge include Ron Jeremy’s performance and the lesbian scene between the stepmother, played by Phadrea Grant and her daughter-in-law’s black sister.