“Smokin’ Hot Spinners (Volume One)” is a hard-rocking production by Iron Cross and Evan Seinfeld that focuses on petite women—so-called “spinners”—in various hot sexual encounters with Evan himself. The movie is broken up into five scenes that appear to be episodes taken primarily from the “rockstarpimp.com” website. As noted, Evan Seinfeld—of Biohazard and reality t.v. fame—is the male lead in each of the scenes, which are all of the boy-girl, vaginal variety. As evidenced by the clothing, backdrops, and musical choices, there is a distinct punk / metal theme to the proceedings here, which works well for those, like myself, who are fans of this particular genre. Typically, the festivities start out with Evan introducing and interviewing the actresses, as well as with some stripping, teasing, dancing, posing, and / or masturbation by the ladies. One exception to this formula occurs in the last scene (Scene Five)—that featuring Lexi Stone—in which she and Evan get down to business in a much faster manner. Even though Lexi is apparently a makeup artist instead of an actual adult film star, this scene ends up being one of the best of the disc. Of note here is the nice cowgirl work that Lexi does on Evan at a couple of points in the scene and also the pop-shot which hits her face, hair, and mouth quite well. The other scene that is on the same level as this one is Evan’s romp with Rachel Roxxx in Scene Two. Rachel’s pierced nipples look extraordinarily hot here, and the blowjob featuring face-fucking, deep-throating, semi-gagging, and spit is not to be missed, either. This one closes out with Rachel taking a cum-shot on her face, mouth, and breasts—hot! Scene Four, which features glasses-clad, barely-legal type—Morgan Lane—comes in next in terms of heat. With Morgan’s oral work and also the pile-driver action here being very good, this scene really keeps the festivities rocking along. The sequence finishes off with Morgan taking a facial from Evan—again, scorching material. Scenes One and Three are of the good-but-not-excellent variety, with the former featuring Jenna Presley (who now has quite the enhanced bosom) and the latter involving newcomer, Heather Vaughn. In Jenna’s scene, there is some solid oral and cowgirl work by Ms. Presley, while in Heather’s scene, the missionary-like and cowgirl positions come off the best. In both of these, the facial pop-shots deserve some attention. In Jenna’s sequence, the cum-shot is partly cut-off at the end; in Heather’s, she gags a bit on some of Evan’s seed. It should be pointed out that Jenna also squirts in her scene. Again, both of these scenes are good, so one shouldn’t get the impression that they are bad in any way.
One interesting trademark—for lack of a better word—of Evan’s is that he gives each of these girls a “cock blindfold” after the scene. He literally takes his penis and stretches it out over their eyes so that they can’t see. To each his own, I suppose, but this just strikes me as odd. Other than that, the only real downside to this production is that there is a watermark / logo in the lower left corner of the screen. This doesn’t distract from the proceedings too much, but it is a minor annoyance. Along similar lines, the occasional, logo-based cut-scenes are a bit cheesy, as well—though they don’t seriously detract from the goings-on, either.
In terms of bonus materials and other options, this production is honestly a bit lacking. There is no “BTS” sequence, and there are no bonus scenes. There are “Play”, “Chapters”—a standard scene selection mechanism, and “Extras” options in the Main Menu. Under this last choice, one finds only a “Photo Gallery” link—which plays through some stills from the movie, a “Trailers” choice—which gives the viewer a selection of a number of related trailers, and a “Web” option—which gives instructions for using the DVD on a computer and also a list of websites. Something more here would have been better and would have put the disc more on the same level as other productions that are on the market today. Regardless, these omissions don’t kill this otherwise very good production—they just hurt it a bit.
Overall, “Smokin’ Hot Spinners (Volume One)” is a very good disc by Iron Cross and Evan Seinfeld. Despite being lacking in bonus materials, the rest of the DVD is very good. The five scenes range from good to excellent, and none of them are bad or boring. The ladies are all hot, and the themes are actually pretty cool. There are a couple of minor negatives, but nothing that would keep me from recommending the purchase of this disc—pick it up!
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