Company: Excessive Entertainment.
Director: Eli Cross.
Cast: Lauren Phoenix, Katrina Kraven, Nicole Sheridan, Kylie Ireland, Aria, Julie Night, Lola, Kimberly Kane, Dominica Leoni, Michelle Lay, Heather Gables, Flower Tucci, Vandalia, Mandi Slate.
Running Time: 108 min.
Extras: Behind the Scenes, Still Gallery, Trailers.
Stylishly produced with an A-list, babe-a-licious cast engaged in hard but not overly hard action, it's clear that, even though it's only March, Epiphany: An All-Girl Odyssey, will turn out to be one of the best pussy-partial titles of the year. It's the most impressive thing director Eli Cross has done thus far.
Each of its five scenes, employing the standard all-girl arsenal of tongues, fingers and a shitload of hardware, should get your Sapphic-happy customers off, though some, namely two pileups, rock harder than others.
Scene three is an SM-tinged fiveway set in a dungeon with Julie Night, Kylie Ireland, Katrina Kraven, Kimberly Kane and above all else, Lauren Phoenix, who powers the scene as an awe-inspiring, trash-talking Domme, who by scene's end is relegated to bottom status as Kraven, dil in hand, plows her fine ass but good. Phoenix really is a "Revelation," as the scene is entitled (all the scenes have such one-word names, though only sometimes is it clear what they refer to).
"Epiphany," the closer, has even more bodies (six in all: Kraven, Heather Gables, Aria, Michelle Lay, Dominica Leoni and Flower Tucci), but the same kind of wanton wankability (we here at AVN love to make up words to describe porno action). It's perhaps the production's most stylistic scene, employing in parts to striking effect what looks like some kind of solorized effect.
Throughout the production, in fact, the videography is impressive, frequently alternating between color and black and white, and using, according to the director, some 20 different video processes, giving Epiphany an ever changing look, all of it pleasing.
Marketing: More than one copy for an active all-girl section.