|Released||Nov 01st, 1998|
|Company||VCA Platinum Plus|
|Cast||RayVeness, Jonathan Morgan, Tony Tedeschi, Mike Horner, Kyle Stone (straight), Nici Sterling, Johnni Black, Syren, Melanie Stone, Vicca, Juli Ashton, Dave Hardman, Nikita (I)|
|Critical Rating||AAA 1/2|
Mix equal parts of Quantum Leap and Robert Heinlein's short story All your Zombies...., and Vortex is what you get. Bad scientist Mike Horner schemes to alter the past with his "Vortex" time-travel machine, but inadvertently sends Juli Ashton's mind roaming through Earth's history. The story, which looks like it should have a "to be continued..." tacked on the end, is largely about getting her back, and thwarting Horner's evil scheme.
Ashton gets three scenes; the opener, which has her licking Tony Tedeschi's balls before some horsey and mish; a g/g/g with Johnni Black and RayVeness, where her mother's (!) sorority initiation leads to Black using her mouth to pump a dildo into Ashton's snatch; and the b/w finale, with a 1920s Ashton employing detective Ian Daniels in more ways than one, including his dick up her ass mish-style.
Along the way, others get into the act also, including Johnni in an Old West threeway d.p. with Kyle Stone and Dave Hardman, and Nikita and Melanie Stone double-teaming Jonathan Morgan, who delivers a facial finish.
Happily, the cheesy special effects aren't overbearing, but a day or two of rehearsal wouldn't have hurt, as there seems to be the makings of a decent story here.