Released: May 12th, 2009
Running Time: 120 Min.
Director: Axel Braun
Company: Hustler Video
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes Featurettes, Bonus Scenes, Outtakes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s), Widescreen
Cast: Tony DeSergio, Jada Fire, Sasha Grey, Cheyne Collins, Aurora Snow, Evan Stone, Nick Manning, Jenna Haze, Codi Carmichael
Critical Rating: AAAA 1/2
They boldly go there ... Join Hustler Video on a trip to Space ... the sexual frontier! This two-disc set features an all-star cast and a galaxy of extras, including BTS, Blooper reel and three bonus scenes!
"To boldly go where no cock has gone before" — that's the mission of "Capt. Kirk" (Evan Stone), and it isn't long before the crew comes upon a drifting spaceship which houses the tyrant Khan (Nick Manning), who tries to take over the Enterprise — and all we can say is, we're glad Hustler made it clear that this is a parody, since the script owes a lot to the "Trek" episodes "Space Seed" and "Amok Time."
Sex-wise, the movie is excellent, beginning with everyone beaming back to the Enterprise except Spock (Tony DeSergio), who unfreezes love slave Jenna Haze and proceeds to get pleasured by her every which way before he splooges on her tongue.
The best scene, however, begins with Manning rearranging confederate Aurora Snow's hair the way he likes it, then kissing her savagely on the mouth before bending her over the bed for some doggie and anal doggie action — and viewers will love how he puts his fingers in her mouth. From there, we get regular and anal cowgirl and reverse, spoon and mish until he lays his load across her smiling lips.
Almost as good is the concluding three-way between Evan, Tony and Jada Fire, where the guys take turns in her pussy (doggie, mish, spoon, reverse cowgirl) until the end, where Jada takes one in each hole before the dual facials.
Also worthy are horny "Vulcan" Sasha Grey's seduction of Evan on the transporter pad that includes 69 and a hot side-saddle cowgirl ride, and Codi Carmichael's seduction of Cheyne Collins to stave off the effects of Khan's "virus."
Technically, the production is flawless, with realistic sets, costumes and even lighting, and while both Stone and Manning have reputations for overacting, each delivers a restrained yet edgy portrayal that won't be forgotten come nominations season.