Silly sex comedy about a couple that locks themselves up in a bomb shelter in 1956 and stays there until the present. Obviously, a lot of sex that happens between then and now, both in and out of the underground crypt.
Olivia Saint and Lee Stone kick off the sex portion of the show, with Lee playing an Arthur Fonzarelli style biker, who gets an expert hummer from Saint, before plowing her on the counter of a 50s style diner. What would Arnold say?
By 1977, we get to see a couple of hippy types going at it, and in the present time, the absolutely magnificent Aurora Snow plays a punk chick in an awesome scene with Jay Ashley. She's fucking great. The obligatory lesbo scene is obligatorily hot, with Gina Lynn and August mixing things up most spectacularly.
The problem: The producers get important period details wrong. Obviously, this is porn, so who cares if the curtains are period-perfect, but if you're setting a scene in the 1950s, you ought to at least have the dame in the scene wearing vintage lingerie - that's what consumers who fetishize the retro-look want. Kudos must be given to the producers for at least insisting the girls remove their piercing jewelry and cover up the tats with makeup.