So, if you obtained this disc to see Tanya Roberts (the gorgeous cover girl), Sydnee Steele, Zora Bank (their spelling, not mine or yours), Violet Blue, Ann Marie, or Asia Carrera, you are flat out of luck.
The box also proudly announces a “sizzling Bonus Scene from the hot and sexy Xara Diaz.” Of course, there is no bonus scene at all. It also claims there is 128 minutes of action, but that’s about 20 minutes more than I counted.
As for the girls who ARE on the disc, here’s the lineup, with the original feature in quotes:
Ava Vincent, Brian Surewood “Addiction”
Tanya Danielle, Nina Ferrari “Babes Illustrated #11”
Kristal Summers, Joel Lawrence “City Lust”
Gina Ryder, Eric Price (probably “Lust in Paradise #2”)
Belladonna, Bobby Vitale “Secret Admirer”
Temptress, Joel Lawrence “Stages of Seduction”
Cheyenne Silver, some older guy (unknown)
April Flowers, Joel Lawrence “Valley Heat”
The above information was the result of an hour or two of research on iafd.com and several other websites, since the good folks at Metro couldn’t be bothered to identify any of its performers or the features. That, by the way, brings the total of girls to nine, not ten. But who’s counting, besides Metro!
This type of disdain for the consumer is, unfortunately, common throughout the porn industry. But this is one of the worst examples I’ve seen of the studio/distributor basically thumbing its nose at the fans, saying in essence, “Watch our stuff and don’t ask any questions.” I feel bad for a porn novice who watches this, falls in love with one or more of the performers, but can’t identify them to buy more of their movies.
The sex itself wasn’t bad, but leaned toward the “couples” oriented type of porn that Metro is famous for. There was soft music in the background of most scenes. There was only one scene with any anal action (Ava), and five girls took facials.
Oh yeah, in case you still decide to bring home a copy of this flick, be very sure the kids can’t get their hands on it by accident. The disclaimer (“This movie may contain sexually explicit content…”) runs at the end of the flick, not the beginning.
Speaking of which, “…may contain…”? We just watched nearly two hours of hardcore sucking and fucking. “…may contain…”? Again, I’m not a lawyer, but I doubt that is the proper verbiage as required by the law.
Metro really went all out on the DVD extras, however: trailers, phone sex ads, and website info.