Director Mitch Spinelli wants to know how porn people flirt. In a business not known for such coy pursuits, he gets some interesting answers. Mark Wood's version of a come-hither look is worth the price of admission; his outdoor romp with young babe Jesse is also entertaining. Phoenix Ray and Nina Ferrari do a forgettable lesbian scene and sadly fail to provide much enlightenment on the art of seduction. Metal-chick Kaya Cox, on the other hand, appears to have put much thought into the possibility of using her wiles on Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach. Spinelli gets her going on the subject, and in a terrific directorial flourish, pairs her with short-haired health nut Ted Hunter. The musclebound woodsman gives our blonde groupie a stout dicking that probably sent her scurrying for the power-ballad mix in order to salve her sore vagina. Now that rocks.