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Body Heat

Released Sep 21st, 2010
Running Time 139 Min.
Director Robby D.
Company Digital Playground
DVD Extras Dolby Digital, Outtakes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s), Widescreen
Cast Scott Nails, Bridgette B., Riley Steele, Jesse (formerly Jesse Jane), Kayden Kross, Mick Blue, Tommy Gunn, Manuel Ferrara, Katsuni, Ben English, Raven Alexis
Non-Sex Roles Marcus London, Evan Stone
Critical Rating AAAAA
Genre Feature

Rating

Synopsis

Fire has never been so hot since these sexy firefighters took over the station. Dangerous explosions, life or death situations and powerful desire make everyone live for the moment. For the first time ever, Digital Playground contract stars Jesse Jane and Kayden Kross sizzle together as a dynamic duo burning up the screen with scorching passion. Riley Steele, Raven Alexis and Katsuni help fuel the flames in an epic orgy atop a fire engine that will make your temperature soar. Male studs Scott Nails, Manuel Ferrara, Evan Stone and Tommy Gunn ignite the action in this to die for movie. Playing with fire never hurt so good.


Reviews

A big-budget adult movie about a group of Los Angeles firefighters trying to keep their station out of the hands of a real estate developer, with a terrorist subplot and eight sex scenes, Body Heat marks director Robby D.’s most ambitious effort yet and it succeeds on every level. Fascinating from a structural point-of-view and erotic in most places, with a bunch of terrific acting performances, it’s Digital Playground’s biggest effort since Pirates II: Stagnetti’s Revenge. Though not on that level of production, its epic qualities still make it one of 2010’s best adult features.

Smoke jumper Kayden Kross, in another award-worthy acting stint, is about to be engaged to explosives expert Manuel Ferrara. After a quickie in the back of a truck, he is summoned to diffuse a bomb hidden in downtown L.A., and after a tense sequence, is killed by the explosion.

Ben English plays the land baron who has purchased the fire house and its adjacent land, and the group of hot female and male enginemen, including Jesse Jane, captain Katsuni, Riley Steele, Scott Nails, Tommy Gunn and others, are attempting to find a way to keep their jobs. The plot thickens as English’s nefarious tactics cross paths with the terrorist, and although we get an exciting rescue scene, the conclusion is definitely left dangling for a sequel.

Raven Alexis plays the nymphomaniac psychologist assigned to help the employees manage stress. She manages cock in her mouth and pussy, first with Tommy Gunn in a scene that uses language and innuendo to build erotic tension, before Gunn slams her hard from behind and fills her mouth with his ejaculate. Later, she inappropriately seduces Mick Blue and fucks him until he cums on her face.

Riley Steele, as a bimbo firefighter, has all the funny lines and delivers them with perfect comic timing. She’s a sexy, slutty, beautiful version of Lucille Ball. In her attempt to seduce English away from his acquisition, she engages in an office tryst with the Brit and his associate Bridgette B. (whose ridiculously large fake tits must weigh 100 pounds).

As Kayden’s best friend and confidante, Jesse Jane is a sexy drunk, sucking Scott Nails on top of a truck and riding his cock as he leans against the vehicle. Katsuni seduces Gunn and Blue while they’re working out and has a hot three-way sex scene in the shower where they cum on her ass and face respectively.

The coup de grace, however, is the contract girl lesbian orgy at the end of Body Heat, where Jesse, Kayden, Raven, Riley and Katsuni exchange saliva, finger and lick each other, and seem to have a blast. Jeese and Kayden pair off on top of a fire engine and literally hang from it while fingering and eating each other.

The production values are outstanding, with excellent special effects, editing, writing, music and production design, giving Body Heat the slick look of a Hollywood movie. The entire cast solidly deliver their lines, and the dramatic tension leaves the viewer wanting more (which they will obviously get, given the open-ended finale).

The thorough BTS is a production unto itself, and the extras also include some deleted acting scenes. A top recommendation for another big fall release.



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