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Star Trek The Next Generation: A XXX Parody


Studio: Digital Sin » Review by Don Houston » Review Date: 5/20/11



XCritic's Advice: XCritic Pick

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Star Trek The Next Generation A XXX Parody

Digital Sin/Revolution X

Genre: Parody

Director: Sam Hain

Cast: April O’Neil, Rocco Reed, Bobbi Starr, Tyler Knight, Dana DeArmond, Lee Bang, India Summer, Xander Corvus, Kimberly Kane
Non-sex roles: Giles, Paul Woodcrest, Brian Street Team, Tim Cannon

Length: 112:21 minutes

The Starship Enterprise

Date of Production: 1/28/2011, 1/29/2011, 1/30/2011

Extras: The best extra for those properly equipped will be an iPod-compatible version on the second disc. I don't have one and I'm told this version isn't quite as high in resolution as the movie on the first disc but it's a nice extra all the same. There was also an interesting 28:52 minute long party version of the movie, a 51:43 minute long Behind the Scenes feature where the cast & crew were given the chance to explain their roles with some interviews and clips from the show. There was then a 6:58 minute long set of Bloopers & Outtakes for fans to appreciate, a popshot recap from the scenes, with a photogallery too.

Condoms: None

The bridge and crew

Audio/Video Quality: Star Trek The Next Generation A XXX Parody was presented in a sharp looking 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen picture as shot by director Sam Hain for Digital Sin using the MPEG-2 codec with 480 resolution. The show looked more like the original television show when I didn't look too closely, the lighting altered in each scene to mirror the show more than flat lighting could ever do. There were very few compression artifacts and the video bitrate seemed to hover around the 5.8 Mbps, the fluid camerawork coming across like the show too. This was a pretty good pornified version of the original show, the director wisely using Eddie Powell as the director of photography (with some help by Phil Good of course); Gabrielle Anex on editing. The SD audio was presented in a standard 2.0 Dolby Digital English with a 192 Kbps bitrate and 48 kHz sampling rate, no separation between the channels, a limited dynamic range, and music from the DeWolfe Library working well throughout the show, highlighting dramatic moments very nicely. In all then, the show was another fine send-up to a popular science fiction television show, the technical aspects enhanced to improve the creative material used to inspire your self-love habits as well as the replay value.

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April O'Neil

Body of Review: Sam Hain is one of the latest directors to make his mark in porn with only a handful of quality titles in recent times, his parodies widely regarded as some of the best the industry has to offer. To date, much of his work is released by Digital Sin, a company no stranger to the popular genre, including his latest effort called Star Trek The Next Generation A XXX Parody. The original show details a time in humanity’s future when we have set out for the stars, forging alliances with various alien cultures, and exploring the deep recesses of unknown space; the idea that mankind came together to make it happen certainly unlikely at this time. The Federation of Planets provides law and order in our sector of space, the flagship of the entire fleet called the Starship Enterprise. Unlike the earlier show in the franchise, this one covered a wider variety of situations, my own experiences including watching the seven year run (and the follow up movies) that started in 1987, my own collection including the whole thing. That is why I went into this one with an open mind, not an empty head like others may try.

Bobbi Starr with Tyler Knight

The ship is led by a captain that believed in following the rules with a devoted crew of the best available members of Starfleet, and the potential for a sex positive parody series is nearly endless. This time, the story borrowed heavily from a particular episode but explored some of the relationships hinted at during the run of the show in an entirely adult manner, doing so in a very well crafted manner. I’m not going to spoil the feature elements but suffice it to say that it appeared to me that despite some casting faux pas, it was definitely one of the very best parodies the industry had to offer, a showstopper for those interested in science fiction or the franchise to say the least. The back cover described the movie like this: “Join Picard (Giles), Riker (Rocco Reed), Crusher (Kimberly Kane), and the rest of the Enterprise crew as they boldly go into the final frontier of adult cinema! While en route to Starbase 112, the Enterprise detects strange electromagnetic readings emanating from a barren Class M planet. Upon further investigation, it is discovered that the source of energy is in fact a box containing Tasha Yar (India Summer), the long dead former Chief of Security of the ship, in cryosleep. Is she the real Tasha Yar? Is she a clone? Or is she something completely different? Follow all of your favorite characters as they engage in the biggest sexual adventure of the 24th century!” Here’s a brief look at the scenes by cast and action, noting that no condoms were used for those still interested:

Dana DeArmond with Lee Bang

Scene One: April O’Neil, a believably attractive Counselor Troi, was up first in the holodeck with Rocco “Commander Riker” Reed; kneeling before him to actively slob his knob with the kind of passion only a Betazoid could muster. Her eye contact was superior and her skill level suggested a lot of experience, her uniform slowly slipping off as she readied for some vaginal penetration positions. She was an active rider who enjoyed his meaty member pounding away at her snatch, the smile on her face indicative of the years the two spent on board wanting to go at it on the command deck (again, this was a holodeck fantasy). It closed up when he tossed off a round of spunk to her tits, April sucking him clean one last time before the fantasy ended.

India Summer with Xander Corvus

Scene Two: Bobbi Starr, playing the holodeck representation of Tyler “Geordi” Knight’s engineering partner in crime, was up next as the two showed the future was okay with interracial trysts. Her outfit did not last long as he pulled it down to access her perky tits, her own hands probing to pull his pecker from his pants in order to inhale his meaty member orally. The blowjob included some hand to gland action before the inevitable pussy pounding, the chemistry between them scoring highly as she got off on his cock plowing her so hard. She did some fine post coital sucking and even a blind engineer could see she earned the wad of population pudding he unleashed on her chest.

Space Battles too...

Scene Three: Dana DeArmond, playing Ensign Ro (perhaps better suited for a lead character from the “Voyager” series or even as Harry Mudd’s wife from the classic series), was up next with Lee “Worf” Bang, their fight training leading to some frisky interracial loving as well. They embraced and she knelt before him to slob his knob, looking up at him with only breaks to disrobe further as she took him so readily into her mouth (throating him easily). Given her extreme anal queen title in recent years, I expected more from her than the straightforward oral and vaginal scene (unlike Bobbi who carried it off better) but she did a decent job here with what was provided; the lack of anything rough in stark contrast to what any fan might expect from such a scene given the various off screen encounters enjoyed by his character. The scene ended with her passively kneeling as he tossed off some splooge to her face, the post coital head way too gentle.

Kimberly Kane

Scene Four: India Summer, playing first season character Tasha Yar (total fantasy fuel considering actress Denise Cosby’s looks at the time), was up next with Xander “Data” Corvus, in one of the rooms. The idea that the two were intimate sprung from the show itself, a few guest appearances getting above average ratings as I recall, India kissing the heavily made up Xander before blowing him. The smooth transition was well handled and led to some active vaginal screwing, his premature pop shot of genetic juice all over her torso not stopping the action at all. From there, it just intensified, the hammering penetration having a positive impact on her given her facial reaction, the second wad sealing the deal for the two lovers.

The Extras

Scene Five: Kimberly Kane, the sexiest looking “Dr. Beverly Crusher” ever seen, was up last in a blowjob-only scene with Captain Jean Luc Picard in his ready room. It was a POV hummer that used the dick of Xander Corvus (now unpainted as it had to be for an authentic “Data” android cock in the last scene) and she stayed in uniform as she went to town slobbing his knob, some hand to gland combat added in at just the right moments to make it work so well. I would have preferred it be a full scene with her, seeing her mouth and titties always a treat in my book, the gal assisting in jerking him off all over her face and upper torso.

Summary: Star Trek The Next Generation A XXX Parody by director Sam Hain for Digital Sin will certainly appeal to any parody fans, science fiction lovers, and those that appreciate something more than gonzo trysts, earning the highest rating of XCritic Pick. April O’Neil, Kimberly Kane, and Bobbi Starr stood out sexually just as Giles was the closest looking thing to the original series captain that I have come across. Tyler and Lee were also in their usual fine form and the special effects enhanced the final product much as the second disc of extras did, making me hope that there might be some sequels that take better advantage of some of the great many sexual possibilities the show offered up so many years ago. In short, Star Trek The Next Generation A XXX Parody was a winner from stem to stern, the attention to detail such that this could be a contender for a number of future awards if enough voters are familiar with the source material (for the record, I’m a fan of the show but not to the level of “Trekker” or “Trekkie”). While other directors and companies go for the cheap buck these days, it is nice to see Sam Hain and Digital Sin stepping up to the plate, the results making this well worth owning compared to most parody titles.


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