Strange enough, with Transsexual action foregrounded
While not up to the all-time strangeness of the 1955 B-movie classic "Dementia" this video feature by John T. Bone is among his oddball 1995 series of intentionally demented porn outings, all featuring Ron Jeremy. Three were reissued as a worthwhile DVD package titled "Amazing Sex Trilogy".
Ron with heavy makeup is cast as a carnival sideshow barker, doing his familiar spiel to tout the amazing acts we will see. Opener is about a sword-swallower, but is much stranger than expected. It cross-cuts two arenas of action: one features a BBW with impressive flabs of flesh, servicing a couple of studs with food (whipped cream, donuts, etc.) on their cocks to add a gluttony (from some "7 Deadly Sins" opus) aspect to the grossness. The other main event is an uninhibited actress in a strange compartment in which the walls are designed as grotesquely erotic. Huge cocks in the form of dildos are protruding from walls and floor, along with distorted concoctions representing lips (like XXX Rolling Stones logos), vaginas, etc. She goes wild attacking all these props, then d.p.'s herself with outlandishly large dildos, all culminating in the prop cocks going berserk and dousing her with gallons of fake cum, making Borowczyk's "The Beast" look like a piker.
Hard act to follow, but second segment brings forth the attractive blonde transsexual who also appears (equally uncredited as a surprise) in Bone's feature "Candy". This segment is a threesome beginning with a quote from "Wizard of Oz", with the Dorothy figure being jail-bait. Many variations on sex are applied, with the TS girl taking it and equally dishing it out in bareback fashion. Fetish-gear and a dungeon motif complete the oddity.
Finale is a mad scientist spoof with Ron Jeremy with streak in hair as the Frankenstein figure, re-animating an impressively buxom female corpse. The sex including d.p. with assistant Igor and another stray doctor joining in is satisfying enough, and the woman in question bears a slight resemblance to Allison Hayes for all the genre fans to dig.
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