Running time: 100 mins.
Lil' Red Riding Slut is unusual for Patrick Collins and Elegant Angel as it has a sort of plot and dialogue instead of their normal Gonzo fare. The story is based around Kinzie Kenner who in her little red dress and matching high heeled sandals is invited to Mr Wolf's luxury mansion. In a number of encounters with Sammy Rhodes, Roxy Jezel and the diminutive Kat (who makes Roxy look like a giant) she is turned form a sweet innocent girl into a cock loving anal slut.
After a lesbian session with Sammy which ranges from the bathroom to the bedroom, Kinzie finds herself on a purple leather sofa in a red polka-dot bikini. Roxy sits beside her to instruct on the anal facts of life. Bending over, Roxy slips off her bikini bottoms and slides a small vibrator into her arse. Kinzie watches with interest - seeing Roxy play with her bum turns her on. Marcos enters and Roxy tells him to lick her arse. His tongue darts over her bum hole and Kinzie joins in, spanking her cheeks. Turning Roxy shows Kinzie how to swallow dick as Marcos's length is eased past her tonsils and her chin bangs against his balls as she sucks. Lying back, Roxy takes the saliva-covered meat in her pussy as Kinzie runs her fanny over Roxy's face. The girls swap places and Kinzie puts into practice what she has just learned. Roxy helps by holding a powerful vibrator against her clit and she shakes with pleasure. Finally for the bum - Roxy bends and parts her cheeks letting Marcos slip in his length. The pair rock back and forth getting faster and faster. Marcos pulls out and sprays her bum in spunk. Kenzie licks it off.
The story may be corny and the script is not exactly Shakespeare, but it is well done. Kinzie Kenner is definitely the star of the film with action in every scene, but that's not to distract from the sterling performances put in by the supporting girls. The DVD contains the normal extras and bonuses, including an interview with Roxy who claims her tits are starting to grow again - something to watch out for. Verdict - better than a lot of recent releases.
Review by Dawn "Hot Totty" Birtle