A predictable premise – in the face of a future ban on porn, a mysterious "Inseminator" is sent back in time to record the good stuff – is given a nice twist. The Inseminator returns to our time in the middle of a performance by a rock band. This group, saddled with the inane names, "Access All Areas," is darn good! Mark them down for a Best Music nomination for a start, and if you like a cross between Rodney Moore-style point-of-view close-up videography and music-video style editing, this unusual video serves it up in style.
A pair of groupies hit on the lead singer at the same time his busty blonde girlfriend is tracking him down. The Inseminator intervenes, however, and ties up the singer. The girls, though, are zapped by his aura, or somesuch, and they proceed to dance, strip, play with toys, with each other, and, eventually, with the Inseminator. These "stages" are intercut, effectively, with scenes of roadie Don Fernando taking on would-be groupies Barbara Doll and Kim Chambers. Good ol' "Faucet" Fernando drills Barbara for two pop shots, and Kim Chambers is, as always, sex driver personified. (Her sexual virtuosity is marking her as the buxom answer to Debi Diamond – and there's no higher praise.) Halfway through the scene, the Inseminator joins in, and we get treated to Kim getting her broad butt plowed by Don as she deep-throats the future visitor – awesome!
Fans of both the Private Video series and of Buttman's visits to Britain will recognize the superbly-proportioned Stephanie Hart-Rogers as one of the trio of girls who dance to the Inseminator's tune. The good news is that the other two babes are terrific-looking as well. One is dark and slender, a nice contrast to the milky-skinned, full-bodied Stephanie, and the other, a short-haired busty blonde, is multiorgasmic, at the hands and tongue of Hart-Rogers, and the probing fingers and dick of the Inseminator. There's superb girl/girl action, group bangs, and sizzling couples' scenes, all underscored by top rock music, and seamlessly edited.
We don't get to recommend something different all that often. I'm a fan of the various LBO pro-am series, but don't let this gem get relegated to the series shelves. Put it up front; it will rent forever.