Lyndsey and Lacey Love are peppy, adorable and they both possess great bodies. Oh, and they're identical twins with the exception that one of them has a tattoo near her belly button.
Reviewed by Bill Stallings
I admit that I always get a little twinge in my gut whenever I see adult films that feature siblings as stars. That twinge was doubly strong when I noted that the siblings in this flick were (gulp) twins: Lyndsey and Lacey Love are peppy, adorable and they both possess great bodies. Oh, and they're practically identical (with the exception that one of them has a tattoo near her belly button).
Now back to that twinge. I generally shrug it off since the siblings never appear in the same sex scenes together. I was expecting the same here … but I was wrong.
Right off the bat, we're in the "T is for twins" scene and there they are, gleefully dancing naked together. Then we cut to a scene in which a guy is on the receiving end of a dual BJ from them.
Though my trepidation was quickly mounting, it was ultimately unfounded; the sisters never engaged in any action amongst themselves, thank god, but they do take nice poundings from their studly partner (in turn, of course).
I don't even know what the second scene's letter was, but I can guess: "B" is for "bondage," maybe? Or perhaps "K" is for "kinky," given the letter "K" smeared onto the guy's torso? Either way, we find Chloe in complete control of a hapless sap who's tied and blindfolded in an archway (with the words "My Bitch" lovingly scrawled on his chest in lipstick). She blows him and plays with his cock and nipples with metal forceps like they're a pre-dinner salad.
The always enjoyable Roxy Jezel follows that up with "A is for anal." Anal fan or not, I couldn't deny how smoking hot she was wearing a shorter-than-short black and red plaid schoolgirl uniform, her shiny dark hair done up in tiny buns. I didn't care how she got it, as long as it was hard and fast. And I got my wish.
Unfortunately, the entire alphabet wasn't represented. What gives? 26 letters, 26 scenes, guys! Give us what we want!
Alphabet is one of the more unique outings I've seen in a while; it had a nice mixture of kink and fun, and I highly recommend checking it out.
Starring Lyndsey and Lacey Love, Tory Lane, Brooke, Roxy Jezel, Chloe Dior, James Deen, Jerry, Evan Stone, Marco Banderas and Derrick Pierce.
Directed by Hank Hoffman.
Extras include Vivid girl extras, positions room, behind the scenes, photo galleries, previews and web info.