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Paradise Hole

Paradise Hole

Released Nov 01st, 2000
Running Time 128
Director Jim Holliday
Company VCA Pictures
Cast Sydnee Steele, Allysin Chaynes, Van Damage, Evan Stone, Jessica Drake, Tabitha Stevens, Joel Lawrence, Daisy Chain, Tiffany Mynx, Renee LaRue, Keisha (I), Olivia (I), Bobbi Bliss, Lola (I)
Critical Rating AAAA
Genre Feature



Eight scenes, all-star cast. Mark this one "stock" and move on down the page. No worries if you're in a religious area: No particular religion is parodied. Except greed.


Every so often it all falls together. This is one of those times. Holliday's brightly lit style of picture-taking matches perfectly the overly lit video images of the televangelists. And who better to play a fast-talking televangelist than Evan Stone? The sketches here all fall into the various misuse of religion, with names of actual deities left out in favor of lines like "Turn toward the light" and interspersed with foul-mouthed descriptions of exactly what the TV viewers should stop doing. The head preacher, Stone, was an undercover investigative reporter trying to set up an exposé but maybe he's gotten into it too deeply. The rest of the cast of characters are either frauds or dupes, depending on what side of the cameras they're on. Some of the names sound familiar too.

The sex is well shot and enthusiastic, with more than a little foot action and a lot of vosburg plunging. (In fact, it looks like the "Paradise Hole" is the vosburg until near the end, when a line of dialogue changes that.) Eight scenes, two g/g. Good editing by Dino Ninn (pre-nom) and excellent use of two-camera switch-feeding to emulate the look of a real TV show. And watching Stone and co-evangelist Sydnee Steele whip their heads from camera one to camera two to keep up with Holliday's TD is kind of fun too.

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