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The Sadism Syndicate

Released: Oct 01st, 2003
Running Time: 77
Company: B & D Pleasures
Cast: Bunny Slain, Tori Sinclair, Mystery Man, Tasha Welch, Darby, Tanner Hyde
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Specialty

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Solid bondage material.

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Bunny Slain is strolling through the park one day when suddenly she is jumped and chloroformed. She is tied and tossed into the back seat of a car where she awakes, beginning her torment. It seems her sister, blond Tasha Welch, has stolen a diamond, and the mob wants revenge. Bound on a couch, Bunny is fondled and photographed, adding to her humiliation. When her captor leaves her alone, her cat burglar sister arrives to the rescue, only to fall victim as well. Tasha is then bound in another room. An additional set of ridiculous circumstances leads to Bunny escaping, the abductor being killed and Tori Sinclair being sent in to complete the dirty work. She gags Tasha and then expects her to provide information on the whereabouts of the diamond. Luckily a pair of scissors is left next to the bound Tasha, and she is able to cut her ropes, turning the bondage tables on Tori who is left tied and whimpering as the tape concludes.


 

Related Content:

B & D Pleasures
Tori Sinclair
Tasha Welch
Tanner Hyde
Bunny Slain
Mystery Man
Darby

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