Priceless Fantasies (2008)

X | | Adult | Video 23 January 2008


Cast overview:
Kirsten Price ... Picnic Girl - Segment #2 & Girl with Doll - Segment #5
Nikki Benz ... Bikini Girl - Segment #1
Penny Flame ... Hippy Girl - Segment #3
Kristina Rose ... Bar Girl - Segment #4
Jayme Langford ... Rag Doll - Segment #5
Alexandra Alexandra ... Patient - Segment #6
Charles Dera ... Bar Guy - Segment #4
Justin Magnum Justin Magnum ... Hippy Guy - Segment #3
Justice Young Justice Young ... Picnic Guy - Segment #2
Marco Banderas ... Hot Guy - Segment #1
Steven St. Croix ... Dentist - Segment #6


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Release Date:

23 January 2008 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

Wicked Pictures See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Worthless, not Kirsten-less
8 May 2018 | by lor_See all my reviews

Quite by chance, I've been filling in many a blank in the career of once-mighty Michael Raven lately, and this all-sex junker loses him whatever brownie points he may have amassed in my mind.

That's because it's all flash with no content - the sizzle without the steak. Or to torture the metaphor, like watching the tableside Steakhouse preparation of a Caesar Salad without actually getting to eat it, let alone any main course.

There's no dialog either, just six thankfully brief all-sex vignettes that head nowhere in a hurry. Raven seems to be directing filler like those '80s and '90s Playboy VHS tapes I would get in the mail in the form of review copies -all playing identically, only the names and faces (and bodies) of the Playmates and other featured models changing from one video to the next.

I watched "Priceless Fantasies" two weeks ago and all the images Raven conjured up to fill the running time have completely evaporated from my mind: he should have been making tapes for the original Mission Impossible series, you know, the kind (audio that is) that self-destructed right after Steven Hill and later Peter Graves listened to their marching orders.

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