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The Flesh Game

Released Oct 01st, 2002
Running Time 96
Director Nicholas Steele
Company Ultimate Pictures
Distribution Company Adam & Eve Pictures
Cast Jessica (I), Ian Daniels, Inari Vachs, Evan Stone, Randy Spears, Julian (I), Kristal Summers, Shelbee Myne, Nyomi Arman, Faith (I), Julian (II), Dale DaBone, Taya
Critical Rating AAAA
Genre All-Sex

Rating

Synopsis

Just the sort of vid couples will want to settle down to, with plenty of champagne and strawberries at the ready.

Reviews

The dialogue may be a bit difficult to understand at some points during this vaguely supernatural all-sexer that revolves around the titular game - various players select lettered cards that lead them into sexual situations - but what drives this vid into the AAAA climes is a combination of the elaborate art direction by Christof, and exceptional videography, courtesy of Philip O'Toole, both of which are mid-season entries on the pre-nom list.

Which isn't to say there's something wrong with the sex here; there isn't. Of particular interest is the fourth scene (out of six) that has blonde Jessica being double-teamed by masked Randy Spears and Evan Stone on a four-post bed covered with leaves. After concurrent blowjobs of the guys, Jessica mounts Spears' cock for a reverse cowgirl ride (while blowing Evan, of course) which segues into a doggie fuck and a concluding d.p. with a facial finish.

The Inari Vachs/Kristal Summers girl-girler is also well worth watching, with lots of kissing and pussy-licking, plus one nice sequence where Kristal licks Inari from shoes to ass. And viewers won't want to miss the finale, which has Vachs riding Spears with a hip motion that'll have cocks rising the world over.

In fact, all of the sex scenes are quite decent, even if none rises to nomination quality. But this is the sort of mood piece that the Steele/O'Toole/Christof/Saint (for the music) team excels at, and here, they're nearly at their best.



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