|Released||Aug 01st, 2000|
|Company||Sin City Entertainment|
|Cast||Bridgett Kerkove, Mr. Marcus, Randy Spears, Mike Horner, Mark Davis, Mark Cummings, April (I), Eric Price, Tina Cheri, Katja Kean, Sydnee Steele, Bunny Luv, Claudio (I)|
|Critical Rating||Not Yet Rated|
When we first received the review copy of Lipstick, it had only a music track, no dialogue, and we thought, "That Michael Raven; always the innovator." But then we got a replacement, this time with words.... We can't guarantee the vocals will add to viewers' enjoyment of this otherwise excellent wall-to-wall effort.
The ambiance is first-rate, as is the sex. The ephemeral plot revolves around Katja Kean and Mike Horner, who has set himself up as Katja's sexual mentor. He likes to watch Katja having sex, be it solo, or with a woman (Bunny Luv), or a man (Randy Spears, in an adult store arcade). Katja, for her part, goes from pensive to happy for no discernable reason. Along the way, they also watch Bridgett Kerkove (in a fetching maid's outfit) doing horsie and mish with Mr. Marcus; a fourway with April, Tina Cheri, Eric Price and Mark Davis which entails lots of doggie action; and as a finale, Horner enlists Sydnee Steele to show Katja "what men want" - b.j., pussy-licking and finger-fucking (Horner licks his fingers while apparently gloating for the benefit of Katja), horsie, cowgirl and regular and anal mish, ending in a facial - while Katja mostly averts her eyes.
And then there's the surprise ending, which doesn't exactly resolve anything, but viewers, already well-sated, are not likely to care.