Released: Mar 01st, 2005
Running Time: 88
Director: Nicholas Steele
Company: Adam & Eve Pictures
Cast: Carmen Luvana, Eve Laurence, Steven St. Croix, Steve Drake, Brittney Skye, Cheyne Collins, August
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
A good one for a cold night.
Sort of a riff on The Big Chill, the concept of this enjoyable-enough production involves a group of friends and family members gathering for the reading of Steve Drake's will. Being set at the deceased's winter cabin, there's plenty of nice scenery for the ample scrogging that goes on, both in present time and in flashback. Standout scenes include the girl/girl between Drake's fiancée Carmen Luvana and his daughter, Eve Laurence (a little creepy, sure, but hot nonetheless) and the Brittney Skye/Cheyne Collins make-up fuck.
There are but two problems we feel we must point out: 1) The audio level on the dialog is often frustratingly low, and 2) Christie Lee appears to have shot a scene that got cut out of the movie (bits of which can be viewed in the behind the scenes featurette on the DVD). These are negligible, though, and we still recommend this one, especially for couples.