I had high expectations after watching the trailer, but as with all high expectations it fails to coincide with the reality of the situation. "The Challenge" seems like a mindfuck surreal style of porn, but it just doesn't live up to its hype.
Running Length: 1 hr 39 min
On a whole, I was extremely disappointed with all six scenes. The director was trying to portray the scenes in a "surreal" manner, but instead accomplishes just the opposite resulting in some pretentious and ridiculous scenarios.
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For instance, the first scene stars Renata venturing in an abandoned house in the middle of nowhere where she encounters men who she sucks and fucks. At the end of the okay sex scene, one of the guys yells to get out of there and she doesn't waste time to put on her clothes and instead flees out of the house.
Another ridiculous scene is Sheridan's "Little Red Riding Hood" scene where she gets lost in the woods and approaches a deserted cabin where guys sneak up on her and trap her in the cabin before she gets turned on by the two creepy-looking men. I don't want to draw up any implications about the scenario, but needless to say it's walking a fine line. At the end of the scene, they dump their protein loads on her body.
One more scene with a nonsense, yet creepy plot is when the average looking brunette Anife walks into an abandoned horse stall where a perverted old man surreptiously locks the stall in back of her. The only upside for Anife is that she found a 50 Euro bill in the stall . . . but at what expense? The scene gets creepier when the perverted man tells her to take off all her clothes while giving her a psychotic stare. It just doesn't get creepier than that. This blowjob only scene ends with a creamy facial, which ends this very disturbing scene.
Out of the remaining three scenes, Kathy Anderson another Euro-slut veteran performs quite well in her threesome.
Audio/Visual: The audio/visual quality is good for this fledgling company as compared to the overall look of adult DVDs.
Extras: The extras are pretty sparse including a not so interesting 30+ minute BTS, photo gallery, and trailers.
Final Thoughts: Philippe Soine's freshmen release for Woodman Entertainment doesn't quite reach its goal of edgy sex. Rather, it becomes too perverse and walks a fine line. With that said, SKIP IT!