Fallen II: Angels & Demons
With a running time that crosses the three-hour mark, Fallen II: Angels & Demons is epic in both length and vision. If it were a lesser effort, this tale about the struggle between good and evil would present the viewer with his own dilemma—is one’s hand better used on one’s cock or impatiently thumbing the fast-forward button on the remote? Fortunately, Fallen II: Angels & Demons finds the sweet spot on the plot-to-twat ratio. Kudos to Brad Armstrong, who loads this offering with dark but rich production values that easily rival Netflix’s Marvel titles, dream-within-a-dream story complexity and plenty of hot sex to stimulate the lap while the mind processes the overall message. Credit is also due a cast for performances that leave viewers alternately stroking their chins and crotches. Picking up a decade after the original Fallen, this sequel finds Jessica Drake reprising her role as Angel, a fallen celestial being who’s cast down to Earth to serve a reverse-purgatory of sorts. Drake is preternaturally supple and alluring. It’s a pleasure to see her get DPed while sucking on a third skin-sicle for good measure. Likewise, Leigh Raven—who plays Max, a rescued hooker carrying the next messiah in her womb—is a lovely, wide-eyed beauty, despite being cueball-coiffed and inked to the gills. On the acting front, Tommy Pistol steals the show as an agent of evil bent on bringing Max to the dark side. A study of the battle between dark and light, Fallen II thankfully leaves viewers grappling with their pricks too. —P.D.R.
Jessica Drake, Leigh Raven, Casey Calvert, August Taylor, Jenevieve Hexxx, Brad Armstrong, Tommy Pistol, Isiah Maxwell, Codey Steele, Derrick Pierce, Eric Masterson, John Strong, Ryan Driller & Seth Gamble.