Posts tagged Melissa Hill
Temporary Positions (1997)
Director: Toni English
Starring: Janine, Melissa Hill, Laura Palmer, Shanna McCullough, Stephanie Swift, Johnni Black, Kyle Stone, Tricia Devereaux, J.J. Michaels, Vince Voyeur.
Stephanie Swift is a software designer whose creations are revolutionizing the business. She’s brilliant, slightly dull and super horny. She’s also a little repressed, although by film’s end she has thrown off her super ego restraints and indulged herself to the tune of a super sapphic encounter with the sublime Janine. But back to the story: Because she is such a hot item, and because her creations are so successful, somebody is out to steal away Stephanie’s work. The mystery creeps along and deepens as we’re treated to scene after scene of dazzling sex. First there’s Johnni Black, Kyle Stone and Vince Vouyer’s barn-burning triad, which is topped off with a mesmerizing Stone-Black anal sequence. Must-see. Then there’s the aforementioned Stephanie-Janine romp, during which America’s blonde dream girl simply outdoes herself in seducing the previously repressed Swift. A must-see, couples-friendly treat from Vivid Film.
Nothing To Hide 4 – Club Purgatory (1999)
Director: James Avalon
Starring: Gwen Summers, Melissa Hill, Caroline Pierce, Goldie McHawn, Flower Edwards, Herschel Savage.
After fainting at her mother’s house, Ariel wakes up to discover her world has been strangely altered. Instead of an innocent young woman, she is now a prostitute at a high-class brothel. Is she play-acting an erotic game for one of her clients, or is she really a psycho hiding in a labyrinth of dark, sexual illusions? In “Club Purgatory” the erotic adventures of “Justine Daughter” continues even deeper into fascinating cinematic imaginary and twisted sexual encounters with acclaimed director James Avalon’s flair for capturing the dark side of the libido. Starring Gwen Summers, Flower, Caroline Pierce, Herschel Savage and British natural-busty bombshell, Goldie.
Director: James Avalon
Starring: Phyllisha Anne, Shelbee Myne, Claudia Chase, Wendi Knight, Gwen Summers, Marylin Star, Dee, Melissa Hill, Napoleon, Pat Myne, Billy Glide, Brandon Iron, Herschel Savage, Mark Davis, Michael J. Cox.
1999 XRCO Award Winner for Male-Female Scene.
Having suffered amnesia in a car accident, Ariel can’t recall if the erotic episodes that flash through her mind were real or imagined, or a mixture of both. Is the man who claims to be her father really a client from an exclusive brothel? Is Justine her mother, her stepmother, or a madam? Is she dreaming or has she becomes the player in a bizarre sex game of the rich and perverted? More surreal than real, James Avalon has created another classic in this spellbinding and highly arousing erotic intrigue. Introducing the compelling new star, Gwen Summers, “Nothing to Hide 3: Justine’s Daughter” is destined to be the XXX cult film of the year.
Make Me Watch (1995)
Starring: Brittany O’Connell, Christina West, Marilyn Martyn, Melissa Hill, Micki Lynn, Sally Layd, Jon Dough, Kyle Stone, Nick East, Peter North, Rick Masters.
Double Header (1996)
Director: Michael Zen
Starring: Nici Sterling, April, Missy, Melissa Hill, Jon Dough, Mickey, Tom Byron, Wilde Oscar, Michael J. Cox.
Julie and John share an office as the top sales people for a sports merchandising firm. Bickersons by day, they link up by night, tearing at the envelope of each other’s sexuality.
As the business weather its ups and downs, they’re up and down on one another, culminating in a sexual episode neither has ever dared to experience: A rotating DP.
The Show (1995)
Director: Paul Thomas
Starring: Christy Canyon, Jenteal, Melissa Hill, Tracy Love, Dorian Grant, Kitty Monroe, Krista Maze, Steven St. Croix, Tony Tedeschi, Michael Knight, Vince Voyeur.
Steven St. Croix is a talk show host whose behind-the-scenes antics are even more of a variety show than his on-stage schtick. With his dimwitted sidekick and sleazoid producer at his side, every show is The Show of Shows, but when Christy Canyon and Jenteal show up, the special guest couch heats up to a fever pitch as the Sex Show reaches a stage never before seen on national television, so if you’re a Neilson Family, hide in the closet. If you’re a Vivid family.
Taboo 14 – Kissing Cousins (1995)
Starring: Anna Malle, Melissa Hill, Serenity, Candi Connor, Mike Horner.
Some taboos are born from the darkest core of our societal fears. Acts unspeakable, unthinkable and yet unimaginably erotic in their wanton nature.Taboo 14 depicts such acts at their most graphic, presenting them with all their raw and unrestrained animal aggression. This time, starring Anna Malle.Indulge your animal nature. Engage in the fourteenth taboo.
Director: Steven St. Croix
Starring: Celine Devoux, Felecia, Melissa Hill, Rebecca Lord, Stephanie Swift, Jon Dough, Steven St. Croix.
A serial killer is loose, loving and murdering his victims. A former FBI Investigator is out to track the madman. But the next victim could be just about anyone even an FBI agent’s wife. Join Steven St. Croix in this, his directorial debut, as he guides steamy Melissa Hill, sultry Felicia and wonderful, young new starlet Stephanie Swift in a psychological thriller as involving as it is erotic. Mindset. Inside the mind of a serial killer. Inside the pants of an awesome babe.
Mixed-up Marriage (1995)
Starring: Lisa Ann, Melissa Hill, Channone, Missy, Katherine, Jon Dough, Alex Sanders, Michael J. Cox.
Meet the ultimate marriage counselor! Yes, you guessed it. Lisa Ann plays the happily married goddess, who bends over backwards to help her pal reach wedded bliss. Apparently, she knows that sex, and lots of it, is the key to success. Not only is she eager to demonstrate, she’s also willing to learn. Mixed up marriage. It’s time to get some therapy…
Jenna Loves Rocco (1996)
Director: Toni English
Starring: Jenna Jameson, Brooke Waters, Melissa Hill, Jordan Lee, Anna Malle, Roxanne Hall, Rocco Siffredi, Tony Tedeschi, Bobby Vitale, Alex Sanders.
Roberto is on the run after committing a crime of passion. But his sins come back to haunt him… because he’s just met a very wrong girl… on a very wrong night… on a very wrong side of town. It’s Wave’s Jenna Jameson and Rocco Sifreddi… together finally in Jenna Loves Rocco, a Toni English film. It’s about Rocco and Jenna, Brooke and Bobby, and Anna and Alex. It’s about the night they’ll never forget. Now in a film you’ll never forget.