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Sally Mae: The Revenge of the Twin Dragons

Sally Mae: The Revenge of the Twin Dragons

Released Dec 20th, 2022
Running Time 147 Min.
Director Ricky Greenwood
Company Adult Time
Distribution Company Pulse Distribution
DVD Extra Trailer(s)
Cast Misty Stone, Ana Foxxx, Lotus Lain, Isiah Maxwell, Alexis Tae, Thrillmonger, Scotty P, Cali Caliente, Alina Ali, Tyrone Love
Critical Rating AAAA 1/2
Genre Editor's Choice



Sally Mae is on the run. She has lost almost everyone she knows: her family, her friends ... she no longer has anything or anyone. A bounty is put on her following the murder of two members of the Blackground family. Pursued by corrupt police officers and L.A. gangs, she will have to develop new skills in order to face those who hide behind it all: the mysterious Twin Dragons.


In this continuation of the Sweet Sweet Sally Mae saga, everyone plays rough and tough and oversexed characters reminiscent of the action crime movies of the '50s, '60s and '70s made popular by hot performers like Pam Greer and funky music like Isaac Hayes' iconic Shaft theme.

Things begin with an unseen crime lord from the Blackground Family offering a million dollar bounty—dead or alive—for Sally Mae (Ana Foxxx). Misty Stone, an east coast detective brought to Los Angeles to work the case, sees potential dollar signs and, after a romp with Cali Caliente, joins the manhunt as Sally Mae attempts to elude her chasers. Mae enlists the help of Isiah Maxwell, they knock off a piece, and then Maxwell covers for her when Alina Ali comes knocking, delaying her with his groovy smooth-talkin’ and his pelvic pounding distraction rod. 

Eventually Stone and Caliente seduce gang members Scotty P and Thrill, but are captured by these thugs after the sex ends. Fortunately, Maxwell shows up to rescue them and turns into a fighting kung fu machine—which leaves Mae to face Mr. Big and learn his true identity. 

Highly recommended for fans of this genre. Director and writer Ricky Greenwood put a lot of effort into this—and it shows as flickers of fun and humor seep out to allow the performers to really chomp down on their roles—and each other.

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