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The Game

The Game

Released Dec 06th, 2017
Running Time 111 Min.
Director Stormy Daniels
Company Wicked Pictures
DVD Extras Behind the Scenes, Bonus Scenes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)
Cast Marcus London, India Summer, Seth Gamble, Ryan Driller, Carmen Caliente, Kimber Woods, Robby Echo, Avi Love
Critical Rating AAA 1/2
Genre Drama



Four bachelors have made picking up women into a trivial game. Then one night the tables are turned and a sultry stranger named Elyse (India Summer) walks into the bar. Brandon (Ryan Driller) quickly realizes that he may have bitten off more than he can chew. Luckily the night ends well and he is the hero among his friends. Growing tired of the player lifestyle, Brandon starts a relationship with the girl of his dreams. All seems to be moving along perfectly until she takes him home to meet her parents and he suddenly finds himself face to face with Elyse again. This time the cougar isn't as willing to let go and will do anything and everything for a round two with her daughter's new boyfriend.


This feature is first and foremost meant for couples and lovelost drama aficionados. Occasional parts meant to lighten things up a bit, or toss in light chauvinistic humor, are only momentary distractions. A quartet of young dudes who consider themselves real players where women are concerned make it a game to pick up women or get their phone numbers.

Ryan Driller is reverse-played as India Summer, a MILFish babe ordinarily out of his league, calls his pick-up line bluff and uses him as her sex boy toy in a pretty heated scene. Escaping from her clenching thighs and clutches, he finds himself falling for his neighbor, Avi Love, and later discovers that her mother is Summer—who wants him back. Love, a romantic innocent, is shattered to discover their past relationship and this results is a really depressing downer of an ending, so don’t expect everyone to be happily singing around the campfire as the camera fades to black.

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