7 December 2017 | lor_
Effective, though underachieving, treatment of a familiar theme
Jonathan Morgan's comedy chops are intact for "Sexaholics", a Wicked Pictures showcase for AJ Applegate (and her ample posterior) in a light- hearted format.
She joins a group named Sex Addiction for group therapy sessions headed by quirky Kyle Stone in one of his many recent NonSex roles, after a lengthy career as active woodsman. Folks recount their sexual adventures in flashback, while low comedy relief (potty humor) is supplied by an uncredited perv named Billy.
AJ, not a Wicked contract girl but welcome nonetheless, puts up amiably with innumerable ass jokes, that being her key moneymaker. Her sex scenes are hot, even when representing the nadir of cliché, as in seducing two overage pool boys played by Mr. Pete and Alex Jones (latter providing IR content).
The majestic Shay Fox impresses as a fellow sex addict whose vignette is an excellent variation on the extremely popular current genre of represented by rival labels' series including "Moms Bang Teens" or "Wanna F*ck My Daughter Gotta F*ck Me First". Shay catches boyfriend Van Wylde getting a blow job from her babysitter, and her reaction is to teach the young girl how it's done. Morgan directs this scene with aplomb, presenting the first part strictly soft-core (you can't see the actual blow-job), then goes into XXX for the resulting threesome -the surprise being the young actress (Mandy Muse) is not in an expected NonSex role but rather a convincing jail-bait Adult performer.
It's a cute farce, not hilarious but certainly satisfying for AJ's fans.