Bonus Scene 1. Orgy from Men in Black: A Hardcore Parody
Bonus Scene 2. Jessica Drake and Xander Corvus from The Craving II
Bonus Scene 3. Stormy Daniels and Jack Vegas from Blow
Bonus Scene 4. Alektra Blue and Brad Armstrong from The Rocki Whore Picture Show: A Hardcore Parody
Bonus Scene 5. Kaylana Lei and Kris Slater from Blind Date
Bonus Scene 6. Dana Dearmond and Jack Lawrence from Countdown
Overview: Nadya “Octomom” Suleman hit the radar after giving birth to octuplets in January 2009. As if that weren’t enough, it was soon discovered that Suleman already had six other young children and was unemployed and on public assistance programs. The tabloids got ahold of Octomom and never let loose. From there on, things continued to worsen for Octomom who declared bankruptcy and could no longer afford to take care of her family. As a result, the industry offers came in and Octomom decided to release a solo movie, directed by Brad Armstrong, and released by Wicked Pictures.
The movie opens with a sensual tease with a waterfall backdrop. Octomom starts off topless and gets fully nude, and proceeds to play with herself. The action is a bit awkward, as Octomom publicly stated she had never masturbated previous to the filming of the movie. After a few useless minutes of fake action, the scene comes to an end. A second and third attempt of Octomom trying to seduces leads to a rather dull 10 minutes of Octomom gyrating and attempting to dance and seduce us. The “action” is just plain ridiculous at this point, with Octomom in what I’ll admit is some sexy lingerie. Octomom is in the kitchen ironing, cooking, and dancing. Although the setup doesn’t work, Octomom does look her best in the see through teddy. We’re treated to one last solo scene which is by far the best of the five “scenes”. It’s this last scene that Octomom portrays a sense of realism and sensuality and has us believe that she is indeed getting off.
Interview with Nadya (22 Minutes)
Behind the Scenes (8 Minutes)
Wicked Bonus Scenes (6 Full Length Scenes)
Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
1.78:1 Aspect Ratio
Final Thoughts: It’s no surprise that Octomom Home Alone is merely a spectacle. Wicked Pictures is hoping to draw in crowds with the familiarity of Octomom’s name and story. The movie itself is flat our disappointing. As a solo movie, you expect a certain level of tameness, but Octomom Home Alone fails to fire on all cylinders. The action is simply ridiculous at times with Octomom not doing much, but taking our $20. With that said, Octomom Home Alone will draw interest as many will want to see the “sex tape”. Is it worth your money? No. Does it deserve 4 AVN nominations? Not at all. Nevertheless, people will want to see this movie and if you’re one of those people, I urge you to rent it from our partners at AdultDVDEmpire rather than purchase a 30 minute DVD. If you do find yourself wanting to purchase the movie, Wicked Picture does do a fine job of including six bonus scenes from various features, as well as include a lengthy interview with Octomom herself. Skip It