This is a comedy feature with a space travel theme, directed by Jonathan Morgan. The plot involves princess Stormy fleeing evil overlord Mike Horner and his sidekicks Kyle and Devinn, with the help of her protectors, Randy and Evan.
This is a truly funny parody of just about every space-themed tv show or movie that I've seen. The humor is closest in temperament to the smirky, wry Mystery Science Theater 3000. The budget for this feature was $200,000 -- about six times the amount that Morgan is usually given. No expense was spared, and it shows in the impressive costumes, stage sets, special effects, and makeup. I found it thoroughly enjoyable, and would recommend it to friends.
Several of the actors did a particularly fine job, Evan Stone, Devinn Lane, Mike Horner, and Randy Spears among them. Mike was working under a prosthetic mask, and was still able to deliver priceless facial expressions. But Devinn was our favorite, spirited and sumptuous as the Dark Witch.
The sex scenes were somewhat standard -- brief oral, and two or three usually brief positions. The comedy actually carries this movie. All the same, we took two, ahem, breaks from the movie during a couple of the sexual high points. Condoms are worn, even by robots and holograms.
The first sex scene, between Stormy and Trevor Zen, starts rather abruptly. No character development has occured, thus there is none of that distracting personality to get in the way. He's a little dispassionate, and she's a little over-the-top, but it's a reasonably good scene.
Devinn Lane purrs and whips Scott Styles before turning him over to Kim Chambers. Kim does some appealing dick sucking before she and Scott get it on. A hotter scene than the first, for us.
The third sex scene had an unconvincing premise - Kaylani pays for sex with Randy at a brothel! Never mind the fact that Randy is made up with stiff, plasticky Ronald Reagan hair. Maybe that look is hot in the future? Another decent scene.
Jessica Drake is an alien, painted blue all over, and she and Evan have sex without touching each other much, as that would have the effect of messing up her paint job. The minimal-contact sex was okay, but my husband found the blue girl quite appealing, so we hit the stop button on the remote, to resume later.
Steve Hatcher and Katie Morgan visit the holodeck to rub their spacesuits up against each other -- squeak, squeak -- and she gives him a nice blowjob. Then she leans back on a boulder for mish. His powerful thrusts set the boulder a'rockin'. Standing mish and doggie wrap up this decent scene.
Stormy and Julian do lots of kissing to the accompaniment of tender piano music as he fingers her. Then the music gears up for the blowjob, and she gets both hands twisting with room to spare on his generously long rod. Some sleepy music for the reverse cowgirl, and we also get doggie and spoon.
Kyle takes on Casey and Pinkie, two girls in pink and silver-tinsel wigs. I always find those wild wigs distracting, but the scene was okay. Best line -- Kyle lisps, "Well, ladies, this dick isn't going to suck itself."
Devinn and Evan get together for what we agreed was the hottest scene on this dvd. Devinn has great delivery, feisty and teasing and full of herself here, and Evan rises to the occasion. Funny and erotic tongue sucking, a little psychological tug of war between them, and some real juice as he slaps her pussy before she hits the high notes in reverse cowgirl. When this scene was over, we thought it best to sneak away again for a break.
Hollie Stevens matches up with Randy Spears. An amusing setup, but more pink hair.
Evan and Stormy find true love. A lively scene, lots of energy, and he talks to her rather than to the camera. She has some nice reactions in this one.
Tons of extras include The Making of Space Nuts, a director's diary, Girls of Space Nuts, bloopers, a short special effects feature, interview with Jonathan Morgan, Best of Commentary (during which Stormy shows her exhibitionistic streak), a short onscreen quiz, casting calls, rehearsals, cold readings, trailers, and the usual Wicked promos. Additionally, the movie can be watched with a picture-in-picture commentary by Jonathan Morgan, Stormy, and Randy Spears.
Among features, it's a must see. This one has replay value.
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