|Released||Jun 13th, 2011|
|Running Time||271 Min.|
|Company||Vivid Entertainment Group|
|DVD Extras||Bonus Scenes, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)|
|Cast||Lee Stone, Zoe Voss, Lily LaBeau, Gracie Glam, Katie St. Ives, Tanya Tate, India Summer, Ralph Long, Alexis Texas, Jon Jon, Marie Luv, Tori Black, Randy Spears, Alec Knight, Sara Stone (I), Lexi Belle, Dale DaBone, Anthony Rosano|
|Critical Rating||AAAA 1/2|
What a perfect re-creation, right down to the schmaltzy opening music, of the (fairly shitty) TV series about a guy who's transformed into a savage green beast—a sort of Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde on steroids.
Dale DaBone's the not-so-jolly green giant in question, made that way by his own experiments after his wife Tori Black gets smushed in a car wreck and he's too weak to rip the door off to save her ... but not before the pair has a hot and tender bedroom scene, with lots of licking, both directions of cowgirl, doggie and mish, with an oral finish.
What follows is a series of plot digressions, as Dale's first interview subject, Marie Luv, tells him about the time she and hubby Jon Jon brought home hooker India Summer, and after the three got it on in pretty much every imaginable position—we particularly like the cowgirl, mish and spoon—and they gave India a ride home, a jealous Marie somehow found the strength to lift their wrecked car off of Jon Jon. Then, Dale and sidekick scientist Lily LaBeau hear about Anthony Rosano's mini-orgy with Zoe Voss, Sara Stone and Alexis Texas (which included lots of girl/girl action), and how he somehow found the strength to life a massive statue that fell on the girls, because after all, he had "one pop shot to go."
So what's the lesson? "Sexual frustration is the link" to super-strength, Lily tells Dale—and they proceed to prove it by having Katie St. Ives deny orgasm to partner Alec Knight—not the easiest thing in the world, as Katie gives Alec a reverse cowgirl ride to die for, not to mention spoon, mish and doggie—and sure enough, he blows it. His load, that is—and Dale's pretty angry, mostly at Lily because she stretched at just the wrong moment where Alec could see it.
The plot begins to take off with disc two, when Dale discovers that gamma rays may be partly responsible for the bursts of strength, and (surprise, surprise!) he decides to expose himself to them, with results any Marvel Comics fan could tell you. But it turns out Dale still needs to be frustrated, and a chance flat tire in the rain brings out the green guy (Lee Stone) and, um ... Hulk smash? You betcha!
Meanwhile, Lexi Belle and Gracie Glam are camping nearby (where it's not raining) and share a few tender girl/girl moments that involves plenty of licking and fingering ... until ol' Greenie shows up, and Gracie shoots him, which only makes him mad, and he crushes their trailer with a tree.
Cut to Lily in the bath, getting herself off by imagining herself having sex with Dale—b.j., pussy-licking and fondling, mish, peg-camping, spoon and doggie with a facial finish—until he shows up at her house, and the two try to cure him of his Hulkitude. But watching him sleeping in the isolation chamber, Lily gets turned on again and starts to rub herself, which somehow sets The Hulk loose; however when she treats him gently (and shows him her tits), he calms down enough for her to fuck him ... which of course turns him back into Dale.
The pair then confronts scandal-sheet reporter Randy Spears, who's looking for proof that Dale's The Hulk—but fortunately gets sidetracked by assistant Tanya Tate, who gives him a decently hot fuck in his darkroom. Not so fortunately, though, Randy's sneaking around Dale's lab causes an explosion, so of course it's up to The Hulk to save Lily ... and give Randy all the proof he needs. But Dale's too late, and Lily dies in his arms.