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Kiss of Death

Kiss of Death

Released Nov 01st, 1999
Running Time 73
Director Ralph Parfait
Company Vivid Entertainment Group
Cast Julia (I), Judit, Eva Braun, Bobby Vitale, Maria Schauss, Mike Foster, Jake (I), Little Eva
Critical Rating AAA 1/2
Genre Feature



This is clearly contract star Vitale\'s show, and so is heavily oriented toward the sex, but with enough story to appeal to couples crowd as well.


Bobby Vitale's not a nice guy, so when he wakes up on the steps of what appears to be an Egyptian temple, and a cutie with blue hair (Maria Schauss) tells him he's been killed, it's understandable that he's not sure whether he's in heaven or hell -- or who shot him.

His quandary isn't helped by Schauss taking him on a tour of his life, which includes one of the babes he seduced and anally penetrated in college (Judit); the gal (Julia) that he set up for a d.p. with Mike Foster and Jake after losing a bet to them; his "faithful" wife (Eva Braun), who seduces a raven-haired friend before helping stud Julian fuck her in two anal positions; and Vitale's own liaison with sister-in-law Little Eva, featuring the second of Vitale's three reverse-cowgirl cumshots.

Of course, all of Vitale's questions are answered in the end, and he also scores with Schauss, but this is not director/master cameraman Parfait's best work.  The colors are off in at least one scene, and the heavy-on-the-bass background music doesn't always fir the action -- and at the end of scene one, continuity problems make us wonder:  What happened to Vitale's hat?  But there are natural gals a-plenty, all Euro and cute, which makes up for one heck of a lot of quibbling.

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