|Released||Feb 01st, 2001|
|Directors||John T, John T.|
|Cast||Roger Rocket, John T. Bone, DJ Tony, Rosy Rocket, Ted Hunter, Bone, Steve Austin, Jamie Gillis, Naughtia Childs, Mia Domore, Gia (I), David Aaron Clark, Brian Surewood, Mesha|
|Critical Rating||AAA 1/2|
Welcome to the domain of the profoundly fucked up. This vignette tape encompasses the Vision of three directors who've made a home for themselves smack in the middle of the demi monde (and one unknown) philosophizing on the nature of the relationship between predator/victim. For those who have a hard time separating fascination from revulsion, there's John T. Bone in one of the most controversial scenes since the Rough Sex yipyap. Bone, that old romantic, waxes rhapsodic in a funereal tone of voice about reducing a girl to "a piece of meat" before brutally ripping one off from brunette Gia. It's a brutal, unnerving display of... something. And check out those fresh bite marks on Bone's wrist if you don't think it's real. Less disturbing is Brian Surewood in full-on theatrical boogyman mode with Sunshine. Elsewhere of note is a side-by-side match-up between Jamie Gillis and Naughtia Childs with Sunshine and Steve Austin that works better as a sterile, intellectual exercise than a visceral one.