Cast: Charlie, Coral Sands, Allysin Chaynes, Shelbee Myne, Dee, Sydnee Steele, Alexandra Nice, Mia Smiles, Inari Vachs, Gina Ryder, Seth Gecko (non sex only for him though)
Length: 78.5 minutes
Date of Production: 10/25/1998
Extra's: The extras were lacking in this early title, including trailers, a 2.5 minute slide show, Dolby Digital sound, and some biographies with direct to scene access feature (short bio's though).
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Audio/Video Quality: Where The Girls Play 3: Pajama Party was presented in the usual 1.33:1 ratio full frame color as originally shot by director Chuck Martino for NuTech Digital. The picture looked very clear with exceptional lighting keeping the grain at bay and providing for a good view of the action. The camera angles seemed to flatter the gals and it was very pleasing to look at back when it first came out (no compression artifacts, video noise, or other problems marred this one). The audio was presented with a 5.1 Dolby Digital track as well as a DTS track but I recall that it sounded hollow when I first heard it and there was no great separation on the tracks so that might've been added in after the fact rather than shot with the surround sound in mind.
Body of Review: Here's what I said when I first reviewed Where The Girls Play 3: Pajama Party years ago for another, albeit lesser, website: "This is pretty much an all sex, all girl DVD. There are no pajama's and no party to be seen. We are introduced to the ladies by Seth, the sole male in the movie, who plays a gay houseboy named Curly. There are 5 sex scenes and a bit of small talk between each of them. The scenes include lesbian, oral and toys." If you like lesbian outings like Where The Boys Aren't 16, you're probably going to like this one too since the gals liked other women nearly as much as I like them. Here's a quick look at the scenes as I first described them, noting that the grammatical errors and my fresh outlook at the time have long since been worked on:
Scene One: Why Don't You Ladies Relax?: This scene had Dee and Inari Vachs soaking and playing in a big bathtub. The scene was a bit tepid for my tastes but was not too bad as the action might not have been exceptionally varied but I got the impression that they liked working with each other more than lipstick lesbians would.
Scene Two: Hello, Is Anyone Alive?: The second scene was shot in the kitchen and had Alexandra Nice playing with Gina Ryder. Both of them looked very nice and the play was
Hot; especially the food play at the end of the scene. The playful nature of the action is something a lot of directors seem to have left behind early in their careers, making this scene all the more fun to check out.
Scene Three: You Like Playing Pool?: The third scene had Sydnee Steele and Shelby Myne dressed to kill while playing pool. The scene was hot enough to make you play pool on your own.
Scene Four: It's Just Us Girls: The next scene started out with the girls teasing Seth before going at each other on a bed. It wasn't as hot as the previous scene but it was pretty good as the ladies did the usual rug munching and other assorted tricks of the trade.
Scene Five: I Was Up For This Part: The last scene had Mia Smiles and Charlie on a big leather couch together. Charlie was looking very nice and the two had a good time as they explored one another's bodies. This was back when Mia was new(er) to the business and her staying power to remain this long says something about her fan base and skill.
Summary: Where The Girls Play 3: Pajama Party wasn't great but might work for those of you who just want an all girl stroke porno to watch. There was no plot and minimal acting (Seth was sometimes funny in his limited role) to bother you. The women are not top of the line by most standards but they are a bit above average for this type of movie. I liked it but only because I recognize it's limitations. The sexual situations were kind of weak and it was obviously a low budget venture. I bought it on sale, with a coupon, so it wasn't very expensive. At the lower end or as a Rent It, this movie is an okay diversion. Each of the women here that I'm familiar with have been better in other movies so don't expect too much from this one. Most people will recognize the movie was trying to cash in on the Where The Boys Aren't series by Vivid, but like most knockoffs, it wasn't up to par.
This Don Houston "retro-review" was written long ago before the so-called Professor of Porn had much experience writing reviews. Since that time, he has found NuTech Digital to have a lot of good releases and seen more porn than almost anyone reviewing on the internet. Keep in mind that his comments accurately reflected his fresh viewpoint of the time he first saw the movie.
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