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Dementia 2 (2005)



Cast overview, first billed only:
Missy Monroe Missy Monroe ... Gwendoline
Hannah Harper
Ariana Jollee Ariana Jollee ... Sushi Girl
Sophia Sophia ... Latex Lady
Riley Brooks Riley Brooks ... Fishnet Girl
Joel Lawrence Joel Lawrence ... Mathew McFirnley
Brett Rockman Brett Rockman
Trent Tesoro Trent Tesoro
Seth Dickens Seth Dickens
Rick Masters Rick Masters
Scott Lyons Scott Lyons
Napoleon Napoleon
Dick Nasty Dick Nasty
Johnny Thrust Johnny Thrust ... (as Bad Bob)
Buster Good Buster Good


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8 February 2005 (USA) See more »

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Mayhem XXX See more »
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Jim Powers's gonzo side
22 July 2019 | by lor_See all my reviews

This Sin City series (for its Mayhem sub-label) features director Jim Powers' affection for goofy and kinky situations, best demonstrated in his hit "Perverted Stories". I found the perils of poor Missy Monroe (her character name is Gwendoline as obvious homage to BDSM classics) quite tiresome, with the unnecessary 2nd disk of a "deluxe" 2-DVD set featuring a lengthy BTS that reveals the lengths to which the production went to gross out the viewer.

She's an innocent bride subjected to abuse from the git-go, as dastardly groom Joel Lawrence subjects her to outre sex and humiliation starting with a wedding night in which she's forced to have a gang-bang.

All sorts of other mayhem occurs, including plenty of kink involving contract star Hannah Harper and a variety of fetish actresses. One strange suspension scene has nude Missy hoisted up in the air in a clumsy contraption while Joel humps busy Sophia underneath, and Ariana Jollee is characteristically uninhibited as a nude beauty off whose body men dine on carefully arranged sushi before the sex begins.

The "gee whiz" aspect of the production dominates, at the expense of a good old-fashioned story involving our hapless heroine.

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