Okay, I admit it: I love anything that's done in 3-D, especially if it's good 3-D, which this feature is. But that's not all! Not only have these folks invented their own video game to go along with the story, but they've included a good live country band ("Roger Romance & Friends"), a nice amount of raunchy sex, and managed to rework the biblical Adam & Eve apple bit as well.
Trying to synopsize this plot could take pages, but basically, Jon Dough dreams that he's been sucked into the video game he's been playing (much to wife Tina Tyler's chagrin), and winds up as one of the "Bario Brothers" – T.T. Boy's the other one – in an old western town, looking for Princess Orgasmia's (Diedre Holland) missing magic bed. (You remember the Princess. She starred in the previous 3-D offering a couple of years ago.) The script has dozens of humorous little touches, including a villain named Iggy Kazoo (Mark Davis) who's also looking for the bed, but he doesn't play much part in the action (and doesn't even have a sex scene). Kudos to scripter Bosley DeLongprez.
In true video game fashion, one gets to the bed (and/or the Princess and/or a couple of other places) by biting into an apple offered by the gal (Jessica Fox) who runs the local hot. Once there, the inevitable fucking and sucking takes place. All of the sex scenes are reasonably good, but two stand out: the fourway orgy with Tami Monroe, Debi Diamond, Cody O'Connor and T.T. Boy, and the finale coupling between Dough and Tyler. Both are long and full of sensual moans, great licks and pounding thrusts. (Tami can ride a cock with the best of them, and her hair never, ever gets mussed.) Unfortunately, the sex too often takes a back seat to the special effects, but the retailers can count on high customer interest from those looking for something unusual. Additional cast: Tom Chapman, Cal Jammer.