Extra's: The disc has a photo slide show, and an interview with Allysin Chaynes (which was actually pretty decent). The scene selection menu is pretty decent, with title information as well as a brief video for each scene. This makes it very easy to navigate the disc.
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Audio/Video Quality: The picture was presented in 1.33:1 ratio full frame. The first scene on the disc was grossly overlighted, yet the colors were rich, and the picture was crisp. Sadly, the rest of the disc paled in comparison. The rest of the scenes had a very soft look to it, and all the scenes had too much red saturation. The 2-channel stereo audio was nothing special, despite the big Dolby Digital intro at the beginning of the disc.
The Movie: This disc highlights some of Allysin Chaynes' scenes, under the direction of David Brett. Having long been a fan of hers since first seeing her in Kelly The Coed, I was looking forward to seeing her other works. However, most of the material presented on this disc looked dated, and wasn't all that sexy. The majority of the scenes were girl-girl, with some guys thrown in for good measure. The production quality looked cheap. It was interesting to see Allysin in some of the scenes back when she was a redhead, but she looks 100% better as a blond!
Final Thoughts: Sadly, I have to advise people to pass on this disc, even if you're a big Allysin Chaynes fan like me. Maybe it's just this director, but she didn't come alive on screen as she's done in other movies she's been in. A great idea in theory, but faulty in execution, this title is more likely to put you to sleep than to turn you on. Hopefully a better disc that showcases her works will come out down the line, that shows her off in all her glory. Until then, sit tight.