Genre: Video feature Cast: Kristal Summers, Demi Delia, TJ Powers, Kitty Langdon, Brooke, Alex Gonz, Justice Young, Brad Hardy, Dean Kane, Daniel, Dee Director: Dee Running time: 1:44, plus extras
Four of the five women in this MILF fest are genuine MILF material, which is a plus right there since some DVD labels have a casual bait-and-switch attitude about fulfilling box cover promises (I recall one "hairy pussy" disc that opened with some furry action, then went all Mr. Bigglesworth the rest of the way).
DVD cover girl Kristal Summers is the stunning beauty of the bunch, but all the ladies here are appealing in their own way. It's a small-scale affair, with the MILFs each having her own scene, then gathering at the end for an orgy.
The narrative setup is perfunctory: Wealthy housewife Demi Delia (Mrs. Randy Spears in real life) is sitting around her pool with pal Dee and phones three friends to remind them of their upcoming college reunion. Why not get a hotel room that night and do some more intimate catching up, she suggests to each of them.
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As each friend gets off the phone, she proceeds to get off. Asian-American Kitty Langdon lures her male tennis instructor inside for some personal attention; hardbody TJ Powers (a dead ringer for soap opera veteran Kim Zimmer) seduces her son's girlfriend (long and lean blonde Brooke); buxom blonde Kristal Summers, as a recent divorcee whose son has left for college, shows the cable guy where to plug in; and well-tanned Demi herself pulls the pool guy into her house. Finally, there's the planned-on hotel reunion, where the ladies (minus young Brooke) get it on with two young studs for hire.
The sex is standard and, aside from the girl-girl action, pretty unkinky. (There's no rectal recreation.) The guys are all decently hung but have few lines and barely register as people. After her brief acting appearance at the start of the feature, popular performer-turned-director Dee disappears, though she figures prominently in the behind-the-scenes featurette (see below).
The video feature, shot in sunny California, looks bright and shiny. The main menu, featuring a still photo, offers Play Feature; Scene Access (with full-motion frames for each of the five scenes); Bonus Menu; and Web Site (only accessible, of course, when the disc is in your computer). The DVD suffers from not enough chapters -- two for each scene, which means you have to do a lot of fast-forwarding to find favorite moments.
The extras are substantial. Besides a 50-shot still photo gallery of highlights from the feature, there are hard-core trailers for six other Sinsation releases (including "The Adventures of Squirt Girl," starring Stream Queen Cytherea), a bonus scene with blonde cutie Nikki Hunter enjoying herself in a waterfall, and, best of all, a "Backstage" featurette.
The latter, lasting 35 minutes, gives a rare look into the shooting of a porn video, as the girls are interviewed about themselves and their feelings about their job (TJ Powers admits to being 48, has three children in their 20s, and is now having the time of her life). The chats are intercut with segments in which director Dee sets up scenes, does walk-throughs, watches the sex on a video monitor with a critical eye, and improvises (she even pops out her lovely, natural boobs at one point; you don't see Jane Campion doing that, now do you?).
During one sex scene when the guy is ready to cum, there's some discussion about where he'll spew. "I don't really care for a facial," Dee says. A female voice off-screen chimes in that the makeup woman wants to avoid facials because "she really needs to turnaround [the next scene] fast." Thus is the stuff of our horndog dreams decided. (The makeup woman, by the way, is 1970s porn player Kelly Nichols.)
There's nothing extraordinary about "MILFs Night Out," but the women are indeed in their 30s or beyond and they're all hot and into their sex. There's next to no plot, but the MILF theme is maintained throughout. All the ladies perform the usual acts, though some more explicitly shot blow-jobbing by the impressively buff TJ Powers would have been appreciated. The extras, chiefly a sizable behind-the-scenes segment, push this title from "Rent It" to "Recommended."