|Released||Dec 21st, 2009|
|Running Time||94 Min.|
|DVD Extras||Bonus Scenes, Dolby Digital, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)|
|Cast||RayVeness, Mikayla Mendez, Rocco Reed, T.J. Cummings, Jenna Presley, Randy Spears, Mick Blue, Dane Cross, Kris Slater, Kara Novak|
|Critical Rating||AAAA 1/2|
Meet Brenda (Mikayla Mendez) and Mark (Rocco Reed), a couple on the threshold of matrimony. Wanting to keep their relationship 'fresh' they decide to participate in a special program ... Couples Camp. Hilarity ensues as they discover that it's not exactly what they expected. Great camp side stories provide a sex filled ride into the heart of what every couple runs into on their journey to finding everlasting love.
Out of nowhere comes this sexy, goofy, broad comedy from director Jonathan Morgan, a well-done, cute ditty that is as pleasurable to view as it is hot. Three couples in various stages of their relationships go to “couples camp” to work on said relationships, the joke being it’s a fake camp inside an industrial building (RE: a movie set). But Couples Camp is always very funny, from the sharp dialogue delivered by the talented cast to the short interstitial asides, which I wouldn’t want to ruin by describing them here.
The sex is excellent, particularly Mikayla Mendez’s three-way fantasy with Kris Slater and Jack Lawrence (though her opening scene with Rocco Reed portrays a freshly fucked girl with a big smile and cum hanging from her chin). Ditto a great scene with a hilariously happy couple (adorable Kara Novak and Dane Cross) where normal sex isn’t enough, so they resort to bondage, light whipping, masks and chains.
RayVeness and Randy Spears shine as a nasty, funny, bickering couple who get most of the best one-liners. Her scene where she fucks the pool boy (Mick Blue) works as a lush outdoor scene set against the San Fernando Valley mountains, while his fantasy of banging a submissive maid (Jenna Presley) segues in a more than decent fuckfest.
Everything about this feature clicks, with its breakneck pace never leaving a lull in the sex or dialogue. Couples Camp is a very good feature for fans who want comedy with their sex, and raunchy enough for the strokers to fast-forward to their favorite girls if the dialogue interferes with their hard-on.
Surprisingly light on the extras with no BTS, but a bonus scene with Mikayla.