Sunday, February 3, 2013
Same Time Every Year (DVD review)
Directed By: Fred J. Lincoln
Written By: Fred J. Lincoln
Starring: Ron Jeremy, Loni Sanders, Paul Thomas
Color/80 Minutes/Not Rated
A group of lawyers leave their wives to get together every year for a convention that doesn't exist. The lawyers are simply out for a good time away from their wives and getting laid. Unbeknownst to them their wives aren't as stupid as they think and privy to their scheme and have affairs of their own.
That's about it for the plot. A young (and not fat) Ron Jeremy is the chauffeur for the lawyers and he gets some action of his own. With tons of sex and little else, SAME TIME EVERY YEAR doesn't offer much in the way of creativity but it does loads and loads (pun fully intended) of bodily fluid and skin.
SAME TIME EVERY YEAR has a pretty good looking anamorphic widescreen transfer taken from a source that was in good condition. There is some natural grain and minor speckling and dirt and debris. Colors are represented pretty nicely and aside from a couple of stutters in the frame there is little to complain about.
The audio also fares well. The suitably 80s soundtrack comes across clean and clear with no real issues with hissing or popping. The mix is pretty good with a select few instances where dialogue is muddled a bit by a higher soundtrack.
The Bottom Line
There isn't a ton to say about this one, it is an early 80s porno with almost no plot. If you like vintage porn you'll enjoy it. This falls nicely in place in the Impulse Pictures catalog.
SAME TIME EVERY YEAR is available HERE