|Released||Mar 02nd, 2011|
|Running Time||96 Min.|
|DVD Extras||Bonus Scenes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)|
|Cast||Anthony Rosano, Tessa Taylor, Victoria White, Danny Mountain, Danny Wylde, Eric Masterson, Sascha, Derrick Pierce, Alektra Blue, Chris Johnson (I), Dale DaBone, Lizz Tayler|
|Non-Sex Roles||Barrett Blade|
|Critical Rating||AAAA 1/2|
If anyone was destined to play a hard-living, hard-loving, hardcore rocker chick, it's Alektra Blue. The hot brunette plays a sex-crazed rocker in the vein of Joan Jett or Lita Ford who wants to play hard in every way imaginable. A nice treat is that the plot of Anarchy draws viewers into the story and character right off the bat: After the cameras capture Alektra performing at a club, the scene shifts to show her in a prison-issued orange jumpsuit in a jail cell, wondering aloud just what the fuck happened the night before.
The audience witnesses her piece together the debauchery, which includes a paparazzi camera capturing her in a blowbang with three of her fans (Eric Masterson, Danny Mountain and Chris Johnson); watching female fan Tessa Taylor and Dane Cross fuck wildly after getting her autograph backstage; coercing journalist Lizz Tayler to blow and then fuck Danny Wylde and Sascha before granting an exclusive interview; celebrating going platinum by deep throating band members Dale DaBone and Anthony Rosano before they bookend her mouth and pussy with their cocks; and trashing a hotel room with Victoria White, then pairing up with her and using their oral skills and sexual prowess to convince security guard Derrick Pierce to not turn them in.
While the hot action will definitely appeal to a male audience, women might easily identify with the bad girl/riot grrrl character Alektra brings to life. There’s something to be said for a girl who can rock it out and party just as hard as the boys, then turn around and fuck them with a combination of sensuality and raw sexuality that can’t be denied.
And while we’re used to seeing Barrett Blade perform in front of the camera, he takes on a cameo role as Alektra’s bass player this time out in order to turn his attention to directing, and though he’s only helmed a handful of movies for Wicked to date, if Anarchy is reflective of his style and vision, we look forward to much more from him in this capacity.
On another note, this being a movie about a rock star, the music is key, and the bass-pounding, rocking soundtrack not only serves as the perfect background for all the hardcore action, it also treats audiences to the vocal stylings of former adult star Monica Mayhem, who wrote and performed two original songs for the movie.