Previous commenter in IMDb voices approval for Rene Bond's oral technique here, but it was in the original film a decade earlier that she gave a definitive display of the proper b.j. She's less engaged in this for-the-bucks sequel, which I saw theatrically 30 years back and which holds up only moderately well now on DVD.
Format was simple and often copied: Bond as the hostess addresses the viewer directly, with ingratiating intimacy, as she gives anonymous cocks blow jobs. In the original the gimmick was her ability (in real-time, sans editing) to quickly bring about an ejaculation in every interstitial segment. This is abandoned in the sequel, where it's more tease than release.
Segments are fantasy sequences, adequately filmed MOS on varied locations, with mainly the same cast members. At least one I was able to immediately identify as a recycled segment (which I've noted in the IMDb credits), from ORIENTAL TREATMENT starring Suki Lee -the setting and surveillance format here was memorably from that 1977 film, which I also was lucky enough to catch theatrically.
For the rest, of 7 segments there are a few winners, but it's mostly sex by the numbers. Victoria Winter and Bond make a pleasant two-some in "Hot Tub", credited to director Ben Smith. There's a hot backseat sex scene featuring Lynne Masters in "Taken for a Ride", directed by Jean Starkey. And Bond gets it on with Jack Holt (pseudonym) in Vincent Reynolds' "Barbie and Ken", with the dolls coming to life.
John Holmes stars in three segments with Bond and Winter, but it's pretty routine stuff. Overall, there's a lack of inspiration that keeps this Part II from excellence, with Paul Lyon(s) credited with directing a Bond/Holmes fantasy segment "Princess and the Toad" plus handling post-production, presumably the Bond wraparound hostess footage.
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