When I was a little girl, I used to read fairy tales every night before going to bed. Mmm... the dreams I would have. Oh, and as I got older, mmm, I began to have a, mmm, lot more action in my dreams.
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I'm much enamored of short story porn, as I need narrative (abhor gonzo crap) and feel that a concise, short story is best-suited to Adult Cinema, given that the lion's share of running time must be devoted to hardcore sex content. The notion of slipping in some brief XXX footage to complement or complete a scene in an otherwise straightforward feature has been tried but is completely nonsensical given commercial considerations.
As front lady for this Sin City release, Aurora Snow does a good job of introducing the five vignettes, directing, appearing in all of them, and getting down to humping in both the initial and final segment. She's playing Little Red Riding Hood and on her travels asks folks the way to Granny's house, encountering other fairy tale characters having sex. It's that simple, but works.
First encounter is with a girl in rabbit costume, who is f*cked by a young and humorous Mr. Pete doing his own hipster version of an Elmer Fudd impression. This threesome involving Brit porn export Flick Shagwell is a treat with a cute ending.
She next runs into all-time favorite Daphne Rosen, before her extreme breast enlargement, looking cute with antlers as Santa's reindeer Vixen. Alex Sanders is the unlikely choice for Santa.
Charlie plays a sexy tiger, getting a sexy caress from Aurora before doing her thing with Jonathan Simms, a familiar face but not a memorable player (for me at least) from Porn Central Casting.
BDSM rears its head lightly in the 4th vignette with chains substituted for a spider's web as Jasmine Lynn portrays the fly, trapped in the chain-web of bondage. She's Saran-wrapped as well to render her helpless and qualify for maximum fetish content. Talon and Ben Brat do a number on her including d.p.'s in the show's most extreme segment.
Aurora rounds out the show finally encountering two wolves: Jay Ashley and Brian Surewood. It's a gonzo finale and sets up a sequel or series, but Sin City dropped the ball.
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