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Chloroformed 2

Released: Sep 01st, 2006
Running Time: 61
Director: J Anton
Company: Anton Productions
Cast: Nina Neon, Steve Steele, Charlie Laine, Anastasia Pierce, Darby, Smokie Flame
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Specialty

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

From director J. Anton's Anton Productions, Chloroformed 2 is a fantasy-filled exercise in kidnapping, bondage and molestation. Starring five girls across four scenes, each chapter starts with the seeming visitation of the infamous WWII-type "Ether Bunny."

Beautiful Anastasia Pierce is first in abduction, napping when her tattooed assailant presses a drug-laden rag to her face (for dramatic effect, the chloroform takes longer than usual to kick in). Afterwards, Anastasia gets poked and prodded on her satin sheets, waking only for more fumes and tight-binding rope.

Nina Neon begs for her job in scene two, so boss Steve Steele gets her to help fulfill his sexual fantasies. He strips her and fondles her privates before Anastasia and Darby fight it out in the living room. Charlie Laine gets Smokie Flame to huff the stuff and spread her muff, going limp in a most life-like manner.

The feature, though short, has 15 minutes of outtakes and ample bonuses for excited fans.

Retailing: Knock ?em out with Chloroformed 2.


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Nina Neon
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