Savana Switzer: There’s Something About Randy

NOTE: This piece comes to us from toy reviewer and budding pornalist Savana Switzer. She is fond of expressing her love for Randy Spears. I asked her if she would writer a bit on what it is about Randy that makes her heart go pitter-patter. Here it is. I know she would love some feedback so send it on in.

There’s Something About Randy

Savana’s Switzer on Randy Spears
How one of porn’s leading men is connecting with a younger female fan base
Whether it’s staring into those sparkling green eyes and coy smile or watching him nail jessica drake doggy-style in “Delilah,” it isn’t hard to conclude why of all the actors in the business, Asia Carrera commented that Randy Spears was the one she most wanted to have a personal contract with. And I think, for once, Asia may have gotten it right.
It’s true. Despite being twice my age, Randy can get me hot and bothered more quickly and completely than any male in my own demographic, outside of it, or any male with a pulse (don’t worry, Erik Everhard–I’d still do that interview with you if everything else falls through next year like it did this year). It has everything to do with his eyes, smile and his ability to screw like it’s going out of style, but also the way he carries himself in his roles, which have included Captain James Quirk of the “Star Trek” porn parody series “Sex Trek,” the award-winning role of Jim Mitchell in “The Masseuse” and my personal favorite, as the neurotic bodyguard Nick hired to protect Jessica Jaymes in “The Beauty and the Bodyguard.”
What’s perhaps most surprising about Randy is that he isn’t, by most traditional porn standards, a porn stud. He isn’t renowned for a freakishly large penis size or for even being the apple-pie aesthetic that generally characterizes male talent. Yet the smoky-voiced star brings a certain charisma to the screen lacking from many of his younger counterparts. His scenes (especially with his younger co-stars, such as the limo scene with Hillary Scott, Penny Flame and Alicia Allighatti in “Darkside”) carry a super-charged sexual tension that comes with being struck starry-eyed by one of the biggest names in porn. And as Freudian as this might sound, there is something to be said about watching Randy bend a girl over a barstool who hasn’t been alive as long as he’s been in the business, and fantasize about being on the receiving end of his talents.
My wet fantasies of Randy aside, I also enjoy his scenes from a critic’s perspective. While I doubt his ability to challenge Sir Laurence Olivier at Shakespeare, he does an impressive job of delivering as an actor and as a performer. He approaches his roles with the same tenacity regardless of the genre, which helps sell whichever film he’s in as that much more believable. Yet the fruition of each sex scene always contains that irresistibly sexy, throaty growl that starts low in his throat which communicates just how much he enjoys what he’s doing. There are plenty of movies out there where the talent cold-fish it and which, to me, completely defeats the purpose of porn, but movies containing Randy’s headline never turn out that way.
So, it isn’t surprising that I’m a Randy fan, and have been since I saw him work over Jessica Jaymes in “The Beauty and the Bodyguard,” which also holds a special place inside of me because it’s the first movie I used to build a mood setting to a review a toy in. The toy, the G-Spot Gyro, has since faded into obscurity, but my obsession with Randy remains strong, true, and deliciously insatiable. When I was composing my wish-list of people to interview at the AVN, I didn’t hesitate to put Randy’s name on it. In fact, I wonder if it wouldn’t be beneficial for any Randy fans who would love to be nailed by him to denote ourselves with the moniker of Spear’d. As I wrote in my last blog, it’s absolutely true–Randy can Spear me any time.

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