If Mad Magazine's Alfred E. Newman should ever run into John Stagliano (a possibility as remote as a liberal on the U.S. Supreme Court), his new catchphrase would surely be, "What Me, Bend Over?"
For Stagliano's latest addition in the Buttman series is a guaranteed hard-on, even for a cartoon character. How's that philosophical question go about what you'd bring along if you were on a deserted isle? How about a variation on a theme, like if the Supreme Court is packed with ultra-conservatives and you have to stock up your underground bomb shelter with adult tapes -- make this feature top priority on your list.
Stagliano's vidcam alter ego, Buttman, has developed into this engaging lech, whose flying eraser head goes haywire every time he sees a backside -- be it on a staircase -- Talia James (great up-the-dress shots and a subtle plug for the Santa Monica chamber of commerce) or in the gym... especially in the gym.
You know, there's hardcore and there's hardcore. But what Stagliano manages to do so well so often is synthesize fetish with hardcore. Most "boob" tapes fail miserably in what they try to accomplish, foot fetish tapes are a positive joke, and most adult tapes treat a woman's buns like they don't even exist (yes, even in anal tapes). Stagliano's camera eye, on the other hand, takes it all in like the naughty little boy eyeing up the cookie jar for a sneak attack. And his latest edition of cookies -- Sunny McKay, Alexandria Quinn (their three-way with Rocco might just be the best sex scene I've seen in a decade) and newcomer, "Hollish girl" Zara Whites (see gossip for explanation), all come on like a group of Pac-10 cheerleaders in supreme heat. But you know the drill by now with Buttman.
The Ultimate Workout stands to be the ultimate tape for your collection -- a show that bun fanciers cannot afford to pass up.