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Released: Nov 01st, 2003
Running Time: 136 Min.
Company: Evil Angel
Cast: Belladonna, Michelle Lay, Angel Eyes, Vandalia, Cytherea, Velvet Rose, Avy Scott
Critical Rating: AAAA
Despite its so-so heat, the Bella/Evil Angel marriage should make this a big mover. Several copies in your general new releases, all-girl and Evil Angel sections.
Bella-light indeed. Belladonna's directorial debut for Evil Angel - the company's first all-girl release - is just not that wankable of an affair.
With its luscious cast - most especially Bella and busty blonde Avy Scott - many hardware-heavy encounters and Bella's inspired dirty talk straight into the camera ("If that doesn't make you wanna fucking stick it in her ass or spray a load in my face, there's something wrong with you."), Evil Pink will certainly get your girl-girl lovers up. But there's just not enough intensely scalding sex to necessarily get them off.
At times, such as when we cut away before Angel Eyes can cum care of Bella's tongue, Evil Pink comes off more like a tease tape. Other scenes, such as Bella's couplings with Scott or Cytherea, move along at a languid pace with only modest heat. Another Bella/Scott pairing late in the production is downright sleepy.
The most heated scenes, meanwhile, are a Velvet Rose/Michelle Lay outdoors tryst (the throaty Rose is one the industry's more under-utilized female talents) and the Bella/Scott/Eyes/Vandalia closer. But even those are only relatively hot.
Even so, just cause there isn't all that much good girl-girl stuff out there, we'll pre-nom Evil Pink for Best All-Girl Feature. But when making the inevitable sequel, Bella should aim to approximate the heat of those take-no-prisoners boy-girl scenes that helped cement her rep as one super-raunchy she-demon. And please, darling, grow that hair out again.
As for the disc, when played on certain DVD players, the sound on the review copies received here at AVN dropped out. On other players, however, the sound was just fine.