|Released||May 01st, 1999|
|Distribution Company||Metro Distributors|
|Cast||Mikki Taylor, Alexandra Silk, Wendi Knight, Mark Davis, Jake Steed, Nakita Ka$h, Azlea Antistia, Dave Hardman, Teri Starr, Pat Myne|
They try to get Jake Steed to speak the title words to the camera in the last of these six aggressive gonzos, but he won't do it. He thinks it's stupid. Instead he opens the corral door, lets loose the bucking bronc, and, in somewhat bizarre but very effective contrast, he and Teri Starr perform rodeo tricks in front of a huge video screen playing takes from other ToXXXic tales. It's extremely well lit and scored, and the entire effect is one of momentum and atmosphere.
Theirs may be the best of the lot, but that's certainly no disparagement of the rest. Azlea Antistia and Pat Myne open the tape with extreme animalistic and athletic gusto, and Alexandra Silk and Mark Davis also appear to have worked out and maybe even rehearsed in preparation for some of the acrobatics they easily perform here.
This is, overall, a sodding good time, where even a relatively brief affair between Taylor St. Claire and Nakita Ka$h affords a salivatingly constructive lesson in the use of strong, metal balls and an ass. Dave Hardman and Angela D'Angelo also make a seething and snarling appearance; and interestingly, perhaps the most moderate proceeding is the threesome between Davis, Mikki Taylor and Wendi Knight. It ain't bad, but it doesn't achieve the higher reaches.
The editing is also excellent. Quasarman produced, shot, and directed - pre-nom for the latter two. Good show.