Review of Spread And Dead

Review of Velvets FantasiesSpread And Dead – 13 mins

We fade in on super-sexy assassin/spy Jacquelyn Velvets as she makes her way into her target’s lair, looking for vital information worth millions. Her rival (Scott Torvea) sneaks up behind her, and a battle begins. Agent Velvets shows off her skills, trapping him in a two-handed choke…but her foe grabs a foreign object and uses it to crush her skull instantly!  She collapses on top of him, her eyes rolling as she convulses. Her demise takes some time, and her killer relishes every second, carrying her to the bed and de-booting her as she slowly fades. After she’s gone, he continues his dark delights, using a taser to make her body convulse as he explores her limp body with his hands, removing her gloves, opening her jacket, and tasering her in different positions. As a finale, he carries her to his shower and props her body up, covering it with water and tossing the taser in with her for a finale convulsion-filled display. A final shot of Velvets, eyes wide and fixed, sitting next to Mister Torvea as he enjoys a vape is the last thing we see as the camera (and agent Velvets’ existence) fades to black!

What a unique Velvets this video is. We’ve have seen plenty of spy demise in the past, but I don’t think we ever had this kind of dead body limp play / death stare thing before. And it’s always been via neck snaps or gun shots, so it was really something else to see some blunt force trauma for once. I personally love this, mostly because there is a lot of twitching and lots of that world famous Velvets eye rolling. I also am a fan of the death stare thing too and it was cool to see that for not only Velvets’ production, but from Miss Velvets herself, for more than just a few seconds. I also liked that this end up in in the shower which was pretty much just for more twitching, as Jackie didn’t get fully soaked, but it was still pretty cool to see. This was quiet the surprise to me, but I loved it and I hope we get to see more like this in the future.

Overall Score: 9.5/10