I've been viewing SexArt HD erotic feature films since the very beginning — since before the very beginning, in point of fact — and one thing I quickly learned was to expect the unexpected. Despite that fact, the debut episode of "The Game," a new feature series directed by Andrej Lupin, caught me completely by surprise.
I've screened a lot of Lupin's catalog, perhaps more than any other SexArt director, so when I learned that "The Game" was a multi-part production, the first thing that came to mind was his "Snow Fun" series. Those who have seen it would doubtless agree that "Snow Fun" is lighthearted, amusing, playful, and easily enjoyable — a carefree vacation punctuated by numerous bouts of energetic sex.
Mere seconds into "The Game," all my preconceptions have been blown away. There is nothing "lighthearted" or "carefree" about this film! Indeed, the title sequence is a full-throttle blast of action-adventure war movie intensity, complete with a pounding martial soundtrack, heavily armed soldiers — even a helicopter. The latest from Tom Clancy (the bestselling military action novelist who, sadly, passed away hours before this post was written)? No, it's the latest from Andrej Lupin, with a screenplay by his collaborative partner and producer, Ariel Piper Fawn. And if the first episode is any indication, "The Game" series is going to be filled with surprises.
Nobody likes a spoiler, so I won't comment any further on the plot or story of "The Game." I will say that the film is subtitled "The Target," and that the two central performers are Silvie Deluxe and Thomas Lee. No surprises with this talented pair — their scene together has an effortless, natural sincerity, and they have a wonderful erotic chemistry that Lupin and his master technicians capture with polished professionalism and deft artistry.
Based on "The Game — The Target," what do I expect from further episodes in the series? Action, adventure, explosive sex, and more than a few unexpected surprises!