House of Wicked

Studio: Wicked
: Brad Armstrong
Cast: jessica drake, Stormy Daniels, Alektra Blue, Mikayla Mendez, Kirsten Price, Kaylani Lei, Johnny Castle, Tommy Gunn, Barrett Blade, Marcus London, Danny Mountain, Derrick Pierce, Rocco Reed, Kris Slater, Alan Stafford, Deep Threat, Brad Armstrong

In the summer popcorn blockbuster “House of Wicked” (this reviewer found it way more satisfying than “Terminator,” “Wolverine,” and “Star Trek”), each of the Wicked contract women (I feel they would be offended to be called girls) gets her own vignette and a couple of guys.

What’s more, each of the vignettes features the performer in what we are led to assume is her own element – therefore no naughty nurses, babysitters, cheerleaders, or – God forbid – pirates. Instead director Brad Armstrong puts Wicked’s moneymakers in a much more European setting befitting the company’s porn chicks with gravitas image (except for Stormy; the darkest Wicked performer of them all here plays a cowgirl. Go figure).

“House of Wicked” is known in porn parlance as a high-end gonzo, or wall-to-wall. That means the movie is all sex with limited setup and no dialogue. But that doesn’t mean we don’t get to know the stars’ personalities.

Kirsten Price, for example, is a saucy student. She takes on a couple of dudes in what appears to be the classroom of her Rhodes fellowship. Then jessica drake has a foursome in a fetish den, Kaylani Lei plays to type (she takes one for the team here) as a tough Asian with a taste for motorcyclists, Alektra Blue plays a skatepunk girl, and then Mikayla Mendez shows up as a club vixen.

In each of these scenes there is no angle from which each precious Wicked performer looks less than stunning. In fact, the whole movie seems branded with Wicked iconography. Furthermore, if anyone is made to look a little like a prop in this movie it is the guys, who outnumber their female counterparts by almost two to one, and whose costumes look less believable (Tommy Gunn and Barrett Blade as sk8r dudes with sideways hats, etc., seems a little Chippendales to me).

Which makes me think that “House of Wicked” is a fantastic couples’ movie. Each of the women is far more mature and glamorous than bubbleheaded and accessible, each appears to have the reins tightly in hand of who gets to take a poke at her, and that it is the girls who have the pick of the eye candy should make female fans reluctantly agree that there is twice as much for them to gawk at than their boyfriends.

The final scene features every woman (but Stormy, who was probably campaigning) in a civilized and elegant Sapphic hoedown, proving that, at the end of the day, they just wanted to be together.

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