|Released||Jul 01st, 1995|
|Directors||Greg Steelberg, Geraldine Greystoke|
|Cast||Jordan Lee, Jenna Jameson, Nikole Lace, Barbara Doll, Tiffany Mynx, Tyffany Million, Bobby Vitale, Olivia (I), Tom Byron, Steven St. Croix|
|Critical Rating||Not Yet Rated|
Vaguely reminiscent at times of The Thin Blue Line, this tale of a drifter (Steven St. Croix) framed for murder is artfully told in a series of flashbacks. Throw in a corrupt strip club owner (EZ Ryder in an excellent non-sex performance), his seductive wife (Tyffany Million), some horny cops, and a plot twist, and you've got a stockable shot-on-film feature.
Steven St. Croix opens the film with a "How did it all go so wrong?" monologue, setting up the flashbacks that lead to his wrongful imprisonment. We see Steven employed as a bartender at said strip club, where he first meets Tyffany, who digs him. Husband EZ intently observes a vibe-assisted Jenna Jameson/Tiffany Mynx g/g that's crosscut with Tyff trying to hit on Steven, (those St. Croix eyebrows which fill the screen like twin St. Louis Arches prove to be too distracting).
Steven finally succumbs to the temptation of Tyffany's twat in one of the film's hottest doggie/mish scenes.
Turns out EZ's in trouble with some bookies and needs to disappear. He exchanges money for a new ID with nefarious underworld-type, Tom Byron (good celebratory mish/doggie/anal in a taxi with Nikole Lace), with the pair of them sporting matching curly ponytails and baseball caps. Their deal is crosscut with an onstage Vince Vouyer/Barbara Doll/Jordan Lee/Olivia fourway. Nothing really enthralling, but look for a Vince/Jordan anal between the flashes of Tom and EZ. Vince shoots his load at the same time as a real gun goes off, and a curly-haired, baseball-capped guy takes a dry dive out the window of the club.
Cops Steve Drake and Bobby Vitale try to solve the case, with separate Bobby/Nikole and Tyffany/Steve trysts incorporated. Bobby thoroughly investigates barmaid Jenna Jameson, who provides another standout scene with a gorgeous cowgirl, standing cowgirl and doggie. existence leads Bobby to believe "the bartender did it," and when the cops learn of Stevens's existance as a drifter, he's framed and arrested.
Attractive performers who can act, along with eight sex scenes plus a detailed story ought to keep the customers happy and hard. Stock in abundance.