Brittany (Ada Mae Johnson aka Noname Jane, formerly Violet Blue), a
naive wannabe actress, is extremely afraid of speed, which is kind of a
problem because her boyfriend Max (Dale Rutte) is a racecar driver. Max
though has bigger problems than this, because his former friend and
present rival on the racecar track Rico (Alex Torre) has sworn to
annihilate him on the racetrack, and for him annihilating means more than
just beating him in a race - basically because he wants to repay Max for
stealing Brittany from him..
Rico's dad Hornero (Don Hart) by the way is
a rich mobster who has genetically mutated sperm (!) that is not only the
most powerful drug on earth but also useable as fuel or a weapon. Hornero
has bet a large lump of money on his son winning in Car Wars, but there's
Max standing in his way. So he sends some of his thugs over to break one
of Max's legs, and that should do it, right?
Wrong! Sure, Max can't
drive anymore, but his mentor Zendo (Chyna McCoy) finds out his girlfriend
Brittany has the perfect reaction a racedriver would need and figures that
she can fight her fear of speed by means of orgasms. Thus he has Brittany
and Max make love on the hood of a speeding Lamborghini, and this gives
her some self confidence - but for the race, she still takes a vibrator
Everything goes well as long as Brittany vibrates herself,
even though Rico has equipped the whole racetrack with landmines, but then
Brittany loses her vibrator, and Max has to jump into her car to finger
her to victory. After that, he and his friends take care of Rico, Hornero
and his gang.
First and foremost, despite the participation of
many a pornstar in this film, despite of certain very obvious plot
elements and many a sex scene, this is not a hardcore porn movie. Rather
it's an enjoyably and intentionally silly action flick based on a few
rather outrageous premises it doesn't take too seriously though. Several
hilarious performances carry the plot rather nicely, first and foremost
pornstar Noname Jane as naive wannabe actress. On top of that, the film
features martial arts scenes (choreographed by co-star Chyna McCoy) that
are incredibly well-conceived and can easily compete with everything
coming out of Hollywood.
That all said, Fear of Speed is at the
same time far from perfect, its direction is pretty bland and much too
content to remain within conventions of the direct-to-video movies, the
carrace sequences are rather poorly conceived (in stark contrast to the
martial arts, actually), and despite some hilarious ideas, the plot as
such doesn't quite click and seems to tell two stories (the one aboput Car
Wars and the one about the man and his super sperm) at the same time
without properly linking them.
In all though, the film is fun and might
make a pretty good party movie.