Funny thing about the second edition of the Cumm Brothers' adventures. The brothers, Rodney Moore and Wolf Savage, are supposed to be fucking themselves silly through a posse of "cowgirls" on their way to a square dance. Only, by the looks of things, Rod and Wolf have stopped off at the arena and picked up a couple of roller derby queens, as well. To put it a nice way, the interactive level of "Ho' Down" will certainly depend on one's concept of aesthetics and cowgirls.
On the way to the dance, other elements, too, have altered since we last saw the Cumm Brothers together. This show uses, almost exclusively, the "Rodneyvision" technique; a film-like quality imparted to video. This is a nice plus for viewers; and Wolf has lost some of his Mario Van Peebles-sized screen ego. A toned-down, audience-friendly Wolf, if you will. But where the Brothers' debut vid is a balls-on-fire, torrid romance of the asshole, this follow-up collection of anal scenes is content to write pen-pal letters. Plenty of cum, yes. Plenty of insertions, yes. But nothing out of the ordinary. Throughout the exploits, Wolf gets the anal detail, but partner Rod looks fairly reluctant to enter just about any type of orifice, though he lends his dick for the compulsory facials. Of course, if I were in Rodney's place, I'd take the high road, too, given some of Pamela Dee's overacting prior to getting it up the ass from Wolf.
Umma and C.J. Bennett provide lusty moments in the opener which takes place in a Southwestern boutique. After turning the boys into K-mart cowboys, Umma turns toward Rodney for a couple of doggie moments, but pretty C.J.'s stage entrance takes the position to its proctologic realization when Wolf blasts her slowly and methodically. C.J.'s beautiful ass is certainly equipped for the long haul.
Later on, blonde Marilyn Martyn lends her lithe sensuality to the proceedings as Wolf gets her in the ass with some full thrusts.
Granted their premiere release is a tough act to follow, but Wolf and Rodney are prolific and amicable fucksters who are taking this genre into new, uncharted territory. They just need a better supporting cast of cowhands.