Cast: Tory Lane, Dane Cross, John Espizedo, Miss Kitty, Drehyden, Regan Reese, Jordan Ash, Angelica Valentine, Lee Stone, Tory Lane, Moxxie Maddron, Zak Atak, Alex Gonz, Andrew Andretti, Jay Lassiter
Non-sex roles: Jason Silver, Johnny “Bad Bob” Thrust, Horhay, EJ, Adam John Lara, Cop-a-feel-Neil, bands, Fluffy the wonder dog
Kitty is from Texas.
Length: 119:36 minutes
Date of Production: 8/25/2007
Extras: The best extra was the 26:02 minute long Behind the Scenes feature by Johnny Thrust where the ladies provided interviews, enjoyed talking about the movie, and showed more nudity. There was some nudity and discussion by the other production crew (and the meat puppets) but the ladies were clearly the focal point of the extra. There were trailers, a pop shot compilation from the movie, a photogallery, spam, and a very helpful Star Index that labeled the ladies (with the rest of the cast covered in the credits).
Tory from Scene One.
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Audio/Video Quality: Outkast was presented in 1.78:1 ratio anamorphic widescreen color as shot by director Jim Powers for Sin City. It was not among the best looking movies he has shot of late but still fairly well handled on the technical level with the lighting eliminating most grain, video noise, and other minor issues. Part of this was thanks to the theme of the show; a gritty, cautionary tale of psycho justice looking far more like a true Alt-Porno than most movies labeled as such. I saw no compression artifacts (though the bitrate for the video was often well below 3 Mbps) and the flesh tones were accurate, making most of the scenes look relatively good by comparison to previous works of this type by Jim. The audio was presented in a 2.0 Dolby Digital English (at a bitrate of 192 Kbps) and sounded similar to his other recent works; never straying too far from the formula he feels comfortable with. The vocals were hollow at times, rarely sounding properly captured for the movie. The use of interesting music wasn't a problem but as expected, it was dubbed in later and as a result the rhythms weren't always quite in synch with the sex; thankfully though, the music was provided by bands like Kilroy, Bad Samaritans, Target Trax, JM Music, and Zynthetic Harmony; each suited best for a younger audience.
Regan Reese and Jordan.
Body of Review: Jim Powers is probably the most consistently talented director for Sin City these days. His awards and industry accolades aside, he has the ability to provide extremely nasty sex in a variety of ways, not relying on a formula nearly as much as most of his peers. His latest movie making it to me is Outkast; a loosely scripted feature that had Tory Lane as a renegade skater on the means streets of the big city, inspiring a crime wave all her own. The back cover said it like this: “As the sun sets on the City of Angels, a new breed of outlaws has taken to the streets with an insatiable appetite for money and sex. Sin City presents the story of six gorgeous, and dangerous young women who rollerblade through the streets of L.A. and terrorize the whole town with their criminal and sexual escapades. From the back alley blowjobs to the mind bending DP orgies in that dark abandoned warehouse on the bad side of town, these nasty young nymphomaniacs put a whole new twist on gang banging.” If that sounds appealing to you alt-porn lovers out there, here’s a quick look at the scenes, noting that no condoms were used:
Poor Angelica Valentine suffered for her art.
Scene One: Tory Lane, the contract babe at the company, was up first as a “take no prisoners” type of skater menace tearing up the slum she lived in. An emotional wreck, she interrupted the band to jump Dane Cross; taking him in the back room where they pawed each other on a hideous orange easy chair. The clothing fell off and he started fingering her as he ate at the Y. It did not take long before John Espizedo joined in for her to blow as the band’s music continued, the three-way showing each performing energetically before the men took turns vaginally screwing Tory. They switched between oral and fucking her until it was time for the double penetration (DP) action to begin, Tory getting a cock in each hole; acting less active than usual but still as if she were into the scene. She appeared to enjoy the anal most of all, followed by giving head, but her stream of dirty talk helped elevate the scene for me a bunch too (even if it was not consistently applied). The scene ended when the men rubbed out loads of population pudding onto her waiting face.
Moxxie and Tory tempt the police officers.
Scene Two: Miss Kitty, a skinny blond with lots of tattoos, was up next as she ran away from Drehyden. He caught up to her in a seemingly vacant warehouse, the lighting more realistic for the setting than favorable for a porno setting as they jumped each other to show a lot of raw energy and more chemistry than the previous scene displayed. She did nothing for me but seemed more of the alt-porn stereotype in terms of looks and body shape; admittedly providing some active riding and sword swallowing along the way. This scene did not seem very long but she liked the semen in her face and mouth for those who care.
The show ended with a nice butt shot I wanted to share with you.
Scene Three: Regan Reese, a much fleshier brunette with a disheveled look but a body built for comfort over speed, was up next as she went back to the lava lamp lit room of effeminate Jordan Ash. They grabbed each other a little but she wanted a cock buried deep inside her, pounding herself on top of it as the scene progressed. The scene showed the couple getting exceptionally sweaty too; unlike more mainstream porn where the ladies are almost always picture perfect, and while it consisted mostly of vaginal sex, the other blowjob occurred too. The scene ended predictably with the facial to her mouth but if you like the slutty, kind of used look she had, you will appreciate the scene more than average.
Scene Four: Angelica Valentine, the curvy brunette on the front cover, was up next as she was found in the trunk by repo man, the massive Lee Stone. He was gentlemanly enough to give her a ride home and they started getting busy on the couch after a short flashback scene that showed the audience what led to her incarceration in the trunk. They made a deal regarding her car that had the muscled man sampling her wares thoroughly; each giving the other head and a moderately active ride that spent too much time focusing on her lousy implant job. This scene showed no chemistry between them and the overall performance (which was oral and vaginal only) lacked anything to get me watching it again. The sweaty couple ended with a mouth pop for those who care.
Scene Five: Tory Lane, Moxxie Maddron, Zak Atak, Alex Gonz, Andrew Andretti, and Jay Lassiter, were up last with the two skater bitches finally apprehended by the law as the four cops cornered them in an empty warehouse. Not missing a beat, the ladies stripped down to entice the societal protectors, using their admittedly rough looking charms on the horned up men and succeeding with a little playful lesbian action before the men paired off to do the errant gals and set them on the road to righteousness. They remained in close proximity to one another so they could occasionally assist but the elements of a blowbang took place as well as the men hammering away at pussy as the gals tried to impale their way out of prison. The ladies did anal sex and DP’s, but as always in the movie, each was better with a single dick hitting them, regardless of the hole. The yelling, screaming, slapping, and other rough sex led to the gals taking the facials; the scene causing Moxxie’s face to look like it was going to explode.
Summary: Outkast by director Jim Powers for Sin City had a lot of rough edges but fans of contemporary hardcore music will enjoy that this fuck flick provided something for you that few others do these days. It also had a cast of ladies that each could be said to have street credibility and the sex was typically heated, if not the best work of the cast. The extras were pretty good and added to the fun of the show so I felt a light Recommended was fair for many of you, albeit with some reservations. In short, Outkast was technically pretty good and worth your time, money, and seed if you like features with enough bite to them for musically oriented types and skaters alike.
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