14 June 2011 | stalking-divinity
Somewhat mediocre with a few highlights
After Lady Chatterley's Daughter by Retromedia, I wasn't expecting too much out of this one. Last year their softcore releases were great, but this year they were off to a bad start. I am, however, a big fan of Kylee Nash, so I thought this one might still have potential. It turned out mostly okay but still not as good as last year's stuff like Bikini Jones and Twilight Vamps.
The first thing that bothered me is that, with the exception of Ms. Nash, every other girl in this is a hardcore girl. I always find that takes away a lot from the films, as you can just as easily see the girls doing full on hardcore penetrative sex all over the internet. Also, I was not a fan of how incredibly tattooed both Joslyn James and Jenna Presley were. I was actually really impressed at how hot Ms. Presley looked until she got naked and all the tats started showing. She still has some great cleavage, though. As for Ms. James, I vastly preferred her with her longer, brown hair and less tattoos than she has now. Sara Sloane, aka Sarah Vandella was extremely cute, though, and newcomer Tasha Reign was very attractive. Ms. Nash was super sexy as usual.
Most of the scenes didn't really stand out to me very much, honestly. I thought the worst one was Ms. Reign with TJ Cummings, but I'm not sure that was really her fault. He seriously spent more time staring at his own biceps during his scene than he did his sex partner, which was ridiculous. He didn't spend quite so much time admiring himself during his scene with Ms. James, but still didn't seem to have very much chemistry, either. Mr. Cummings is actually quite a good actor, but I feel like his sex scenes are always terrible from what I've seen so far.
Normally I think all of Ms. Nash's scenes are awesome, but here I thought her scene with Tony Marino was a little bit boring. Her other scene with him in the Tanya X web series was a lot better. On the other hand, her scene with Nick Manning as the hippie was great. I thought it was the hottest in the movie and one of the best scenes I've seen her do so far.
The storyline was more like the fun, sci-fi campy stuff from Retromedia, which was really nice to see after the boring Lady Chatterley's Daughter. I thought that overall it was still not nearly as good as last year's offerings, but good enough that I'm not counting them out yet. If it wasn't for Kylee Nash's scene with Nick Manning I'd have been pretty disappointed, but I think that one saved the movie.