|Released||Aug 01st, 1998|
|Running Time||70, 70|
|Critical Rating||Not Yet Rated|
How curious that all the elements which downgrade your average contemporary scene —such as poorly framed shots, blurry focus, lack of initial penetration (or pop) shots, unattractive performers, etc.— are somehow magically transformed into quaint nostalgia material!
In Vol. 3, a less-than-sinister attempt has been made to "goose" the clips into looking older than they are. By playing rinky-dink, Depression-era piano tunes along with dirtied-up silent clips, suddenly some of the scenes appear to have been exhumed from Al Capone's vault. The fact that the male performer in one clip is John Holmes —who was barely a glimmer in his mama's eye in the '30s and '40s— is totally beside the point. Sharp-eyed viewers will also notice a copy of MAD magazine sitting around in another sequence, which locks the tryst into the early '50s at the earliest.
Vol. 4 features some authentically antique smokers. Dig hard and you'll come up with a few infrequent (but cherished) threeways and interracial humps. A boogie-woogie blues soundtrack really enhances the material.