Directed by: Shaun Costello
Stars: Jamie Gillis, John Buco, C.J. Laing
Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Dvdrip (Ultimate Enema Cut)
Also known as: Enema Bandit, Schpritz, The Enema Killer
Description: Jamie Gillis, one of the well known porn actors, plays Burt. A lonely guy who hasn’t got a girlfriend and watches a stewardess undress from his window. From there on things go wrong with Burt. When he’s seeing a hooker she tells him of some perverted sex going on in the room next door. He watches it and by seeing enema he decides to clean the sleazy streets of New York.You don’t watch it for the script because that sucks (no pun intended) really hard. When the cops go looking for him nothing goes on and how a cop Irene Murray (played by C.J. Laing) finds him on the streets isn’t explained neither but the script isn’t the most important thing. It does contain some normal sex scenes but the ones with the enema are the ones that are hard to swallow (no pun again intended). The first enema is explained in front of the camera and does look normal but once Burt is on the streets to rape and punish things aren’t for the easily offended. Two scene’s are rather disgusting, especially the lesbian one with Susaye London (Ginger) and Barbara Belkin (Candy). Susaye went further in the business but Barbara made her first and last entrance into the porn industry. Were the scene in the club the enema was done with a cleaned girl (if you know what I mean) pure water came out of her ass but in the lesbo scene filthy shitty water is sputtered in the bath tub were they were standing, but to make it worse Burt gives them a golden shower and to humiliate them he cums on their juggs, not an easy scene to take if you aren’t into roughies. Naturally C.J. Laing had do to her stuff too. It’s so weird as being a Jew that she entered the porn industry. Nevertheless, she gets an enema too but this time she filled with so much water that it really must have hurt and to make it even worse Burt penetrates her. What makes it all even naughtier is the fact that no effects were used or stand-ins. What you see is the real stuff.