Released: Jun 01st, 2004
Running Time: 130
Director: Veronica Hart
Company: VCA Pictures
Cast: Ava Devine, Dana Vespoli, Kris Slater, Katie Morgan, Brooke Hunter, Herschel Savage, Rebecca Love, Aria, Ginger Lynn, Vicky Vette, Billy Glide, Kurt Lockwood, Red Heaven
Critical Rating: AAAA
An artistic triumph for Ginger, and solid entertainment for all.
Love and Bullets is Ginger Lynn's final feature for VCA, and it's clear she wanted to go out with a bang - both figuratively and literally, since the opening scene has her facing off with two revolvers against hubby Herschel Savage's rifle.
Flash back to their wedding, a happy affair with an even happier honeymoon that includes pussy-licking, cowgirl and mish with lots of kissing, which Ginger seems to be very into.
But the bliss deteriorates swiftly. In short order, Herschel's fucking his novelty company's new contract girl Katie Morgan, and Ginger retaliates by seducing pool boy Kurt Lockwood (nice anal mish action here).
Marriage-wise, things go from bad to worse, and as Herschel tells Ginger over the phone that he thinks a threeway might strengthen their relationship, she's agreeing ... while loading her gun. She's all in favor of that threeway, though, and brings in Rebecca Love and Billy Glide to accomplish it - while Herschel gets to watch from "his side" of the house!
See, Herschel won't give her a divorce, even though he's on the brink of financial ruin. He even slips her a mickey (during which she imagines two decent scenes at a cocktail party: Vicky Vette/Red Heaven/Kris Slater and Dana Vespoli/Sergio) while he's upstairs finalizing (he thinks!) a business deal horizontally with Brooke Hunter.
We won't reveal the well-acted ending, but it's enough to earn pre-noms for Lynn and Savage as Best Actress/Actor, a Best Director nod for Hart and Best Screenplay for Martin Brimmer.