Released: Apr 01st, 2004
Running Time: 139
Director: Joey Silvera
Company: Joey Silvera Video
Distribution Companies: Evil Angel (EA) Productions
Cast: Kitty (I), Toni Ribas, Amber Rain (I), Katja Kassin, Brandon Iron, Julie Night, Sean Michaels, Trent Tesoro, Delilah, Kris Slater, Lauren Phoenix, Brian Pumper, Cameron James, Lucy Thai
Critical Rating: AAAA
Second volume of a new Silvera line? Are you kidding? Of course it will move. But retailers in more conservative parts might want to take into account that edgy Kitty scene.
There's a moment in scene four when Katja Kassin shoves the spike of her whore heel deep into Julie Night's mouth at the same time Night is lolly-popping big Brandon Iron. Only in a Joey Silvera title do you get this kind of freewheeling, imaginatively whacky, yet decidedly perverse kind of stuff. One never quite knows what to expect when Silvera puts his director's cap on, and that's the beauty of his consistently superior output.
Hellcats 2 is quite edgy in parts as well.
Take for instance, scene two, featuring someone named Kitty who, with her iron board chest and pre-pubescent looks, doesn't appear a day over 14. While we'll assume she is indeed street legal, Silvera plays her youthfulness to the hilt, having her skip down the street and gleefully talk about her coloring book. The edginess continues when her "evil stepbrother" Kris Slater shoves his stiffie down her throat and in her pussy - she giggles when getting plowed - then j.o.'s onto her face.
The Night/Kassin/Iron scene also has its jaw-dropping moments as, in between Iron reaming both girls' asses, Silvera and Kassin take turns punching Night in the arm and stomach. And we're not talking love taps either. Pre-nom it for Best Threeway - Video.
And pre-nom in the same category the opening Lauren Phoenix/Cameron Jones/Sean Michaels oral goo-fest - pre-nom that part for Best Oral Sex Scene - followed by some serious sodomizing. It's not edgy, merely supremely strokable.
Pre-nom Hellcats 2 for Best Gonzo Tape and Silvera for Best Director - Non-Feature.