Pornography meets Pygmalion. Misty, the hooker, meets the sexologist who thinks he can transform her from "the nadir of passion" into someone who inspires passion. While Misty is trained ... See full summary »
Michael Ninn's 'Latex' certainly must have given a lot of people a wake up call that the adult business was coming of age. He has returned with a sequel to the most anticipated XXX films in recent times,but could he really pull off a second encounter ?
'Shock' takes Ninn's dark futuristic vision of a fascist state from 'Latex' and propels us deep into the mind of Malcolm Stevens,where sex and degradation are permanent fixtures.
Dr Hellstrom(Ona Zee)is attempting to cure our patient(played once again by Jon Dough)via shock treatment,when her assistant Shayla Laveaux,becomes drawn into a world of decadence, a place what most of us would consider heaven,but to Shayla(who attempts to convince us 'I dont like pain')it is a catalyst to be ravished by 2 gargoyles played by T.T.Boy and Vince Vouyer.
Enter Dr Mangroves(Tyffany Million)return from her first ordeal in 'Latex',however this time it's Million who will be quite literally inside Mr Stevens head,when she agrees to go into his subconscious and rescue the imprisoned Shayla.
The whole production is far superior to the original and Antonio Passolini's script is superb.Don't worry if it sounds like the plot overtakes any action.The film starts off with Jeanna Fine and Jon Dough together for a 15 minute XXX opener,Tyffany Million upon checking in at Stevens frontal lobe gets together with Peter North and John Decker. Shayla Laveaux not only gets her just rewards at the hands of Jon Dough but also succumbs to the patented 'Megasplash' sequence,executed by Jill Kelly,Juli Ashton,Misty Rain and Felecia.
If you are looking for sunburnt babes,in brightly lit palaces with happy endings,this may not be the film for you.But if Marilyn Manson's wet dreams are more of interest then 'Shock' will keep you enthralled. Quality of the DVD is excellent,the only drawback is the lack of extras but with movie production of this calibre who needs extras.
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