Rye’s latest film takes an innovative concept (previously explored several years ago with the original How to Destroy a Superheroine starring Paris Kennedy), utilizes the talents of the beautiful model from previous Superiorgirl adventures, features a nice performance from the villainess (and lots of humor), and offers a really entertaining, if unusual, video for fans of superheroine domination. Though it resembles a video from The Battle for Earth (as a result from being shot on the same set), it’s actually a Punished Heroines offering and features lots of nudity and sexual torment. The performances are good, Superiorgirl looks beautiful as always, and if you’re into the self-referential concept, this is an enjoyable video with a comedic twist.
How to Destroy a Superheroine II is essentially a combination of your basic superheroine peril adventure and an instructional video. Our hostess, the villainess from previous Rye-directed adventures, introduces herself and serves as something like a demented Rod Serling, introducing the concept and walking us through the various steps of destroying a superheroine. (Okay, Rod Serling never did anything remotely like that, but bear with me here.) To explain how to destroy a superheroine properly, she summons Superiorgirl, who appears in a flash of light and displays her typical cocky superheroine attitude.
She then summons a henchman and proceeds to explain the various steps of superheroine destruction. The henchman’s initial attacks are futile (of course), and Superiorgirl easily throws him around like a rag doll. However, our hostess intervenes and introduces a green space rock which weakens the superheroine and allows the henchman to gain the advantage.
You can imagine where things go from here. Superiorgirl has her hair pulled, gets slammed against a wall, gets punched in the stomach, receives lots of low blows, gets punched in the breasts, kneed in the breasts, punched in the face, then gets fondled, stripped out of her costume, and sexually molested. All with helpful and witty commentary from our evil hostess.
It’s a pretty innovative concept, but does it work as a superheroine peril video? I think so. Even though the video is ostensibly an instructional video and doesn’t feature a typical superheroine storyline, with Superiorgirl trying to stop the bad guys or rescue an innocent hostage, it still features all of the conventions of a superheroine peril video, and the majority of the video’s focus remains on the beatdown and peril rather than the commentary. The “instructional” storyline is really just a framework for the video’s real content—the beating and domination of Superiorgirl. So if you’ve enjoyed previous videos featuring Superiorgirl being destroyed, you’ll probably enjoy this one as well, even though it features an unusual concept.