|Released||Mar 11th, 2013|
|Running Time||216 Min.|
|Company||Jekyll & Hyde Productions|
|Distribution Company||Evil Angel|
|DVD Extras||Behind the Scenes, Biography(ies), Bonus Scenes, Cumshot Recap, Still Gallery(ies)|
|Cast||Billy Hart, Kendra Lust, Alice Frost, Maddy O'Reilly, Michael Vegas, Gia DiMarco, Lea Lexis, Mr. Pete, Dani Woodward, Danny Wylde, Alec Knight, Kevin Moore, Lezley Zen, Dana DeArmond, Derrick Pierce, Bonnie Rotten|
|Non-Sex Roles||Chad Diamond|
Director Kevin Moore sets up elaborate vignettes with dark edges in this series launcher about obedience—both in relation to exerting control and submitting to it. Each one has different emotional shadings, but all are beautifully lit and framed.
Busty teacher Kendra Lust kicks things off by trying to discipline hoodlums Billy Hart and Michael Vegas after catching them bullying Chad Diamond and taking away his (Evil Angel) porn, but they turn the tables on her … and turn her over the table for double-dicking during detention. The mood is a little rapey, but it’s plenty hot.
This story and another involving Maddy O’Reilly and her boyfriend (played by Moore himself and shot POV) playing out an intruder fantasy are both well done but not nearly as ambitious as the two middle segments.
Dana DeArmond sets the mood in scene three, getting dressed slowly and sensually in response to a mysterious invitation: a stylish mask delivered in a box along with an address. Walking slowly while wearing sexy heels, she approaches a closed door, behind which she finds a sexually charged atmosphere that her presence will ignite. There to provide kindling are Lea Lexis, Alice Frost, Mr. Pete and Alec Knight, surrounded by other masked onlookers, and what ensues is a fetish-tinged orgy during which DeArmond and Lexis get d.p.’d by the two studs.
Just as much visual flair and a more elaborate narrative go into a scene with Gia DiMarco, Bonnie Rotten and Danny Wylde, the latter playing an overbearing boss. A religious nut, he berates DiMarco for dressing like a slut at work, and she’s comforted by the tattooed and distinctly tarty Rotten, who’s clearly not taking the office dress code to heart. But things take a much weirder turn when DiMarco kidnaps Wylde, taking him home to use him as a plaything, with Rotten’s enthusiastic help. As Wylde babbles about his faith, his former subordinates strip first his body and then his morals. The sacrilegious spectacle provides provocative visuals, with DiMarco and Rotten made up to look like Day of the Dead figurines as they torment their captive boss.