Cream On seemed like a good concept for a spoof. The inspiration for this title was the original HBO series Dream On. It was a hilarious series about a guy that grew up in front of television set and has ironic flashbacks to classic moments in television. A porn version of it could have been great.
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Cream On does have a few oddly placed viedo clips like the original series however they don't really seem to fit in and they certainly aren't funny. They are more of a distraction than anything.
The cover of Cream On features Lexus in an interesting pose perched atop a TV set. I was expecting her to be the main character. I was pleasantly surprised to learn that Heather Hunter is actually the featured performer. This is the first DVD title I have seen with Heather and certainly won't be the last. She is now one of my favorite Vivid girls.
Heather plays the part of an executive for a magazine publisher. Lexus, Heather's boss, orders her to start including more sex in the magazine because sex sells. Heather's a bit uptight and not really thrilled with the idea but doesn't have much of a choice.
The balance of the DVD involves series of sexual encounters that help Heather loosen up a bit. There's a great sex scene as Heather interviews Jon Dough in her office. (The multiple angles in this sceen and throughout the movie are typical of Vivid.) I didn't know that an interview could be so much fun. Heather really gets into the scene and is a joy to watch as Jon feeds her his 'love log'.
All of the sex scenes in Cream On are pretty good. Lexus is her normal self. (She looks like she would rather be shopping.) Peter North plays a dorky office assitant which is quite comical. The remaining performances aren't notable in any way.
If you're a Heather Hunter fan then this is a good title to pick up otherwise you might want to pass up Cream On for something a little better. You will be disappointed if you expect it to be anything like the Dream On series.