Released: Aug 16th, 2010
Running Time: 120 Min.
Director: Sammy Slater
Company: Devil's Film
DVD Extras: Widescreen
Cast: Scott Lyons, Tommy Gunn, Jack Vegas, Phoenix Marie, Sierra Skye, Sindee Shay, Nikki Daniels
Critical Rating: AA
In the early 1950s, the men were sexist, smoking was healthy, drinking at work was encouraged and there was no such thing as political correctness. Inside New York's most prestigious ad agency, the men were on top of the world and on top of the women. No women were safe from these extremely horny men, especially the very powerful Don Draper. While trying to balance his marriage and career, Don is in constant pursuit of beautiful ladies to stroke his ego and his cock. While his wife sits at home bored and alone, Don is insuring that his position in the firm is deeply embedded in the sexiest, sluttiest women he can find.
Limited in scope, with five sex scenes that elicit little heat, perhaps Mad Men isn’t the ripest of subjects for parody. Obviously, the characters smoke cigarettes before, during and after sex, but the bar has been raised on parodies, and This Isn’t Mad Men: The XXX Parody never feels anything like the original TV Show. A lame script, basic art direction and sound problems handicap the storyline, so you’re left with the five sex scenes to ponder.
While Sindee Shay and Tommy Gunn give it their all, Jack Vegas as Don Draper bangs Phoenix Marie and Nikki Daniels in separate scenes, Sierra Skye and Shay perform a dull lesbian scene, and Skye sucks on a cigarette while getting eaten out before fucking Scott Lyons. If any of these pairings sound hot, let’s just say all have performed in much better erotic scenes.
A decent seller on DVD charts across the country, this one is marketable to the many fans of Mad Men who might get a kick out of its few references to the TV show. But as a porn parody, it never takes off.