5 January 2017 | lor_
Poor effort from Sunny, who doesn't show up on screen
Nothing wrong with an actor or actress becoming a director, but this sorry Vivid release (one of the crummier ones from the once lofty but basically on life support nowadays label) not only lacks Sunny Leone in the cast but delivers embarrassing sex filler.
Even the "perverts" of the title is merely a come-on; nothing remotely perverted occurs on screen. Six sex segments feature familiar and top-heavy actresses humping, as boring as can be.
Improvised set-ups are so lame that Sunny might as well have delivered a wall-to-wall generic sex video. Tory Lane springs onto the screen announcing to her partner that she's "The Tory Lane", then has sex with him with her boots on. She didn't die, but the vignette surely did, boots on and all.
Marcus London is nearly beside himself with terrible improvised banter, as busty Mason Moore keeps objecting over & over & over again to him shooting stills of her with his tiny little camera -she expected more professionalism. Pornographers don't like to abandon a skit and start over (costs money) so we watch this still-born skit in disbelief: just get down to the sex already, you prima donas!
Some segments have condoms, others bareback -it's all junk that Leone foisted on Vivid under contract with her SunLust production label. Definitely not recommended, especially if you're one of many Leone addicts.