A Seduction Cinema film that is carried by its two male leads is something of a rarity, but that's just what we have here. I have to say that John Fedele and Duane Polcou are both very funny in their roles. Fedele plays sex film director, Seymour Ass, a man whose million-miles-per-hour spiel is straight out of a 1930s screwball comedy. Meanwhile, Polcou is the sexually confused seaman, Jack Friskell. It's love at first sight when he sees Kinky Kong, a giant gorilla who's packing plenty beneath his diaper.
Comedy aside, what you'll be wanting to know about are the naughty bits. Well, you should be aware that this is an R rated film. Where, in a Seduction Cinema film you would usually see some girl-girl softcore, what you get here are striptease routines presented in a similar manner to the ones in `Sexy 6th Sense'. The actresses (Darian Caine, AJ Khan, Sabrina Faire, Molly Heartbreaker, Alexia Moore and Jackie Stevens) all perform these scenes admirably, but, if you're a fan of Seduction's output, you may feel a little shortchanged. These scenes are riddled with (possibly deliberate) continuity errors. An article of clothing is removed, but seconds later, it's reappeared only to have the performer remove it again. There is no below the waist nudity and the actresses do not indulge in any sexy shenanigans with each other. "These are conservative times," says Seduction Cinema head honcho, Michael Raso, on the accompanying audio commentary. He explains that at the time of recording his comments (2006), stores were declining to stock unrated films. The problem here, in my opinion, is that for all the good comedy material that Seduction's productions contain, the films are nothing without the sex scenes. Fans don't buy them because they know that John Fedele is in them; they buy them for Darian Caine, AJ Khan and all the other gorgeous ladies that appear in them. Lowbrow humour, although an important feature in these films, is not enough. For an example of a sex comedy without the sex, you may want to check out `Dr. Horror's Erotic House of Idiots', a parody of films such as those produced by Seduction.
The good news is that with the R rated DVD comes a postcard invitation to obtain a free copy of the unrated version. I'd advise you to take this offer up if you are a fan of Darian Caine, Molly Heartbreaker or Jackie Stevens because all these actresses appear in additional material. All the striptease scenes from the R rated version are removed and replaced by stronger, girl-girl softcore. There's a deleted scene on this disc featuring Jackie Stevens and an entertaining audio commentary with Michael Raso and actor John Fedele. The R rated DVD has a disappointingly brief behind the scenes featurette.
One last note: how could they have Lora Renee in this film and not have her involved in any of the sex scenes in either version? Appalling cruelty on the viewer, that's what it is.