Even though there is plenty of story, director Eric Edwards has still managed to get nine sex scenes into Unfaithful Entry, including solo scenes with Summer Knight and Celeste. When is the last time you saw two masturbation scenes in a non-specialty tape? For my mercy, however, I prefer the double duo of Alicia Rio with Kris Newz, and the seductive Stacey Nichols with newly returned Jeff Scott, a face from the ‘80s. Stacey gives a blowjob that is to die for.
Nick Rage plays a successful and rich music company producer, newly married to Summer Knight. He gets a call from an acquaintance from years past (Jonathan Morgan), who, unbeknownst to Rage, spent time in jail and now doesn’t even have enough money for his rent. Summer is a part time lesbo with gorgeous Kym Wilde (in a too-small role), so Jonny decides to make some dough via blackmail.
It’s a story that could have used better editing because the parts don’t really start to come together until the end, and not altogether even then. There are loose ends and loose characters that either shouldn’t be there, or should have been tied together. Who knows? Maybe they’d like that sort of thing.This would have scored higher, but poor attention to the technical aspects – especially soundtrack and not-so-tight editing – bring the rating down. Too bad; the sex and packaging are top-notch.