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Released: Aug 11th, 2010
Running Time: 156 Min.
Director: Michael Raven
Company: Wicked Pictures
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes, Bonus Scenes, Dolby Digital, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s), Widescreen
Cast: Marcus London, Angelica Saige, Eric Masterson, Stormy Daniels, Rocco Reed, Kaylani Lei, Janet Mason
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Fairy Tale newlyweds Jack (Eric Masterson) and Jill (Stormy Daniels) move to the suburbs to escape their hectic city life. Unfortunately for them, their new garden is inhabited by a mischievous fairy (Kaylani Lei) who becomes obsessed with the man of the house, threatening to tear the newlyweds apart. As Jill becomes suspicious that something is going on with the house, she turns to her neighbors to get the scoop on the former tenants. It seems that everyone who lives in the house starts behaving strangely. When Jack finally tells Jill the truth, Jill decides to confront the tiny fairy, with hilarious results. Will Jack and Jill’s marriage survive? Can they live happily ever after in this Fairy Tale? Find out…
In Wicked’s Fairy Tale, we get the story of Jack and Jill (Eric Masterson and Stormy Daniels), who leave the big city and move into their dream home in the suburbs, starting their own fairy tale with the planned happily ever after ending. But Kaylani Lei as a tiny garden fairy living in their backyard throws a monkey wrench into everything.
After christening the new bedroom with a steamy sex scene with Jill, Jack starts to spend his evening exploring the backyard, and letting Lei explore his penis every night. When Jill has concerns, she turns to the neighbors for insight, especially Vicki (Janet Mason), who participates in a hot fantasy sex sequence with Daniels.
Fairy Tale is a little heavier on the plotline, but the story and acting are compelling enough, and there are enough humorous moments to keep you from fast-forwarding to the next sex scene. (One of the best non-sex scenes is Daniels battling with a flying Lei.)