Here’s a new superheroine peril video from a producer I’m unfamiliar with. Nina Driver: Episode One: Nina in a Haze presents Missy Rhodes as the title character on a dangerous mission that ends (very quickly) with her being captured and tormented by a mysterious bad guy.
Nina Driver: Episode One features perhaps the most simple, stripped-down (so to speak) plot I’ve ever seen in a superheroine video. The story begins with Nina already having been drugged, as she explains in a voice-over, and stumbling around a dimly-lit room before encountering the video’s main villain. The bad guy very easily defeats her by slapping her in the face multiple times, throwing her to the ground, ripping her fishnet stockings, and chloroforming her.
When Nina regains consciousness, she is laying down on a table. Just as she gathers her bearings, her attacker walks over and ties her up. This pretty much sets the stage for the remainder of the video, which involves Nina being tormented non-stop. She has her stockings ripped (again), gets debooted, and then gets groped. Some of this occurs while Nina is tied down, but she is freed fairly quickly from the table, only to be subjected to more torment, including a backbreaker, stomach punches, crotch punches, leg breaking (?) and more.
On the one hand, I enjoyed Nina Driver: Episode One for its visual style. I think this is a really good-looking video. I don’t know what kind of equipment was used here, or what kind of experience the producers have, but this video has a very nice, stylish visual appearance. Even while most of the video is dimly lit, it’s very easy to follow the action, and the lighting provides an ominous, noir-like quality rather than obscuring the action.
On the other hand, I would have liked more of a storyline. The video is pretty much 95% torture, and doesn’t really attempt to show us what Nina can do when the odds are even. Of course, this (as always) is simply a matter of personal preference, and while my interests are somewhat oriented towards a storyline, there may be an audience out there that just wants to get right to the peril, and that’s what you’ll find in Nina Driver: Episode One. Also, I actually found the torture a little too intense for my tastes, with a lot of loud screaming and seemingly genuine anguish from the heroine, which isn’t really my cup of tea, but, again, may be exactly what lots of people out there are looking for. I think it’s an interesting video from a new producer to keep an eye on.