|Released||Dec 01st, 1999|
|Company||Vivid Entertainment Group|
|Cast||Wilde Oscar, Paul Godfrey, Paul Morgan, Inari Vachs, Lori Michaels, Alexandra Silk, Tracy Love, Maxwell Grimn, Mike Horner, Jewel Valmont, Marc Allan, Steve Taylor, Steve Barker, Regan Starr|
This five-vignette ode to the joys of grudge-fucking is well-shot, usually hot and often interesting —particularly the more-than-decent acting from Paul Morgan, Tracy Love, Wilde Oscar and Regan Starr.
Lori Michaels and Morgan (billed as peter Dawson in the opening credits and Peter Johnson in the closing credits) have the standout set-up: Morgan cuts her off on the freeway, and the two scream obscenities at each other ("Shut you cheesebox, you little fucking bone rag!") until they finally pull over and fuck in Morgan's van. It's Starr and Mike Horner, however, who take sexual top honors in a loud, frenetic encounter. Starr alternately calls Horner "Daddy" "Baby" and "Bastard"; and refers to herself as "Mommy." What's the subtext here?