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Blast From the Past

Blast From the Past

Released Jul 12th, 2023
Running Time 167 Min.
Director Jessica Jasmin
Company Wicked Pictures
Distribution Company Pulse Distribution
Cast Seth Gamble, Codey Steele, Nathan Bronson, Charlotte Sins, Blake Blossom, Lily Larimar, Kylie Rocket, Slimthick Vic
Non-Sex Roles Stormy Daniels, Evan Stone, Tyler Cruise, Jazlyn Ray
Critical Rating AAAA
Genres Comedy, Marquee



Michael Atkins was quite the player back in his day and he wears his bachelor past as a badge of honor. Though Michael is sure he's still one of the coolest people around, his son and daughter disagree. To them, he's just an uptight dad. When new technology allows Michael to take his family on a virtual blast to the past, he's ready to prove that he was and always will be the man. Full of fun and nostalgia, "Blast From the Past" celebrates the debauchery of the college years, the sexy secrets we keep, and the lost art of porn on a handheld video camera.


Technology can be wonderful. OK, most of the time. Here a new VR headset called "Hippocampus" unlocks your memories of the past and allows them to explode on your big screen at home. Middle aged couple Stormy Daniels and Evan Stone prove to their grown kids, Jazlyn Ray and Tyler Cruise, that dad was a real stud back in the day. In a humorous case of purposeful miscasting, Seth Gamble portrays a young college student version of Stone. Gamble does Charlotte Sins as the entire family watches in rapt disgust/admiration and with suitable side comments.

As they continue to watch Stone’s past as Gamble, he buys a camcorder and lecherously persuades Nathan Bronson and Slimthick Vic to knock off a piece for posterity. As Stormy dryly comments while her family watches him record the sex, it is “the family dynamic she always strived for.” 

His son is still not completely convinced that Stone was a chick magnet, so he dons the headset again and they are treated to a boastful revisitation to the days when he indulged in a threesome with Kylie Rocket and Lily Larimar.

One more VR visit shows Gamble, camcorder in hand, recording his wife, Stormy, played in her younger days by Blake Blossom. The kids leave in disgust as Blossom gets it on with his best friend, Codey Steele, on the kitchen floor.

A hearty well-done for an innovative story by Taylor Saracen.

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