CANOGA PARK, Calif. — A small desert town in the middle of nowhere is plagued by radiation, causing the female inhabitants to become mutated nymphomaniacs. Don’t venture out alone: The Whores Have Eyes!
Hustler Video brings you a dark tale about a family that travels to the desert. Dan and his wife are taking their daughters and son-in-law out on a camping excursion. They come to a small gas station where they are warned by the attendant to fill up and keep moving. Not paying heed to the warning, they inevitably run out of gas and become stranded. Dan must trek back to the gas station while the family stays behind. There’s just one thing…they’re not alone.
“We really wanted to do something a little different,” says Jeff Thill, Director of Operations. “This parody is much darker and twisted…definitely not sugar-coated.”
Directed by Stuart Canterbury, The Whores Have Eyes has a great cast, fun costumes and a dark and eerie set.
“This movie has its laughs, but the focus really is on the hot and wild sex,” says Creative Director Drew Rosenfeld. “These are cum-thirsty sex fiends. They’re hot. They’re horny. And they will stop at nothing to get what they need.”
With her hunger for sex raging wildly, Tara, played by Britney Amber, sinks her claws into Eric, the gas station attendant. Seducing him with her heaving tits and luscious big lips, Tara works her way into his pants and pulls out his huge cock. After gulping and slurping him senseless, she exposes her untamed pussy. He is no victim, as this is not the first time she’s satisfied her hunger with his man meat. She gives him every position she’s got until he releases a load on her savage face.
The Whores Have Eyes has an all-star cast that includes Britney Amber, Ryder Skye, Kenzi Marie, Tricia Oaks, Claudia Valentine, Aiden Starr, Jackie Avalon, Lilly Kingston, Alan Stafford, Marcus London, Eric Swiss and Chris Cannon.
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