|Released||Aug 01st, 1998|
|Directors||Teri Diver, Tom Elliott|
|Company||Coast To Coast|
|Cast||Wilde Oscar, Taylor Reigns, Janis Jones, Captain Dave Morgan, Julie Rage, Mike Horner, Tina Tyler, Nici Sterling, Marc Allan, Russell Vincent, Crystal Knight, Nico Treasures, Frank Towers, Montana Gunn, Ron Jeremy|
First off, is it "butt" or "butte"? The cover says "butt" and everything else says "butte." Secondly did everyone just have a day off and decide to spend it making a porn flick? Is this a stripper video or a porno show?
This gorgeously stylish mish-mash is a veritable hall of heroes with performers in non-sex roles, dancing, mistakenly screwing folks and then stomping out of the plot, and beauties engaging in a "how to get your strip club shut down damn quick" storyline which could have used more sex and less dancing. The back cover promises "the wildest, analist episode so far." Given that there ain't much anal, I assume there wasn't any in the previous volumes. Nor are there any promised helicopters. Fortunately, there is a sultry and sizzling (if overlong) B/D-S/M strip by Crystal Knight, complete with hot wax drizzles.
The high point of this confusing story of a well-intended club fund-raising is an impromptu strip-and-fuck featuring Julie Rage and a pony-tailed Ian Daniels. Apparently realizing that they've just ben out-performed, the pissed-off semi-finalists (Nico Treasures, Knight and Montana Gunn) proceed to force their womanly affections upon poor Rage in a g/g/g/g fest that plays like a video catalogue of vibrating sex toys.
This tape was custom made for playing in the background of a party that is more interested in nudity than plot or frequency of sex scenes.