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22 December 2018 | lor_
An exercise in very bad taste
This crummy mash-up of two genres (IR sex and Cuckold) lets the actors ham it up insufferably, amusing themselves in what they clearly knew was a low-grade assignment, full in the knowledge that very few folks would ever see it -given the creepy title of this series. Like the hundreds (or thousands) of crummy movies released over the decades by the Troma Team, this is junk for porn fans who somehow thing Bad is Good. (I guess the political analogy would be the 30%+ of voters who support Trump.)

So for those addicted to sludge, I recommend Herschel Savage's segment, which might tarnish his reputation if more than yours truly suffered through it. He's a husband who stumbles in upon his wife having sex with "The Negro" (to read the demeaning credits for each scene) played in almost every scene by Byron Long. Thus begins a war of words between Herschel and wife Luscious Lopez, improvising dialog that would fail any audition for Second City or any other respectable comedy troupe.

Gimmick is that he digs seeing his wife with a BBC inside her, and yells at the top of his lungs how puny his own dick is. Sounding like the Bickersons, this nonsense includes Savage masturbating and getting spunk all over his couch, while nearby the interracial couple is far more careful in the inevitable facial. That's Entertainment!

Familiar crew member Johnny Thrust (who I coincidentally also saw recently performing under his alterate moniker Bad Bob) plays the cuckold, forced to watch, in two of the vignettes -different husband roles. One of them has him endlessly repeating gibberish, so upset that wife Shannon Kelly is humping at least the 500th Black man so far. His nerdy presence is enough to turn off the most avid IR fan.

Saddest scene perhaps is the late Amber Rayne, suffering through such ignominy. A talented actress, she tries to bring to life a character that doesn't exist given the gonzo context, and having Mr. Thrust as co-star is way beyond the call of duty.

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27 May 2010



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