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Sex Files: Alien Erotica (1998)

R | | Sci-Fi | 1998 (USA)
Two government agents investigate a virus that causes people to become uncontrollably sexually excited.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Collver ...
Agent Preston
Col. Parks (as William Fredrick)
Agent Forrest (as Kira Lee)
Gabriella Hall ...
Anne Gallo
Geno Buick ...
Guard 1 (as Gino Buick)
Lt. Russ Allen
Manny Gavino ...
Officer Dunne
Delphine Pacific ...
Dr. Claire Danning
Michael Green ...
Lou Benson
Laura Palmer ...
Karen Gilmore (as Petra Sexton)
Blake Pickett ...
Kelly O'Conner (as Emma Joones)
Lauren Hays ...
Anton Seutter ...
Security Guard George
Kevin Reilly ...
Gas Station Attendant
Jim Edwards ...


An alien fungus takes on a body and jumps from woman to woman, draining men of their sexual energies while inducing nymphomania in the women whose form it takes. A pair of intrepid government agents must track her down and stop her. Written by <crow_steve@hotmail.com>

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Where the erogenous zone meets the twilight zone!



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Rated R for strong sexual content




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Hardbodied D-cupped Hotties in Space
4 March 2002 | by (shangri-la) – See all my reviews

I saw this film when it first came out late one night on Cinemax. There's a hell of a lot of nudity in it, but it's not really erotic. The nudity seems to be the whole point of the film, as the dialogue is flimsy, the plot nothing out of the ordinary, and the cinematography is a lot like what you might see on TV instead of a motion picture. However, this combination and the earnestness of the acting make the whole film into a comedy. The plot: an alien plant is detected by the crew of a space ship returning home to Earth. The plant is brought on board, and proceeds to give off aphrodiasiacal spores that infect the young women of the crew and make them super horny. In turn, the women then clone themselves, leaving the 'original version' also hot and horny. Then the clones go off to seduce other men and women and the cycle continues. When one woman seduces another, a clone is generated and the clone takes on the identity of the woman seduced, and on and on until the end which I won't reveal. At the centerpiece of this movie are hot chicks that you might see in Penthouse or Hustler--all big titted hardbodied ditzes who act act as though they will use any excuse to shed their clothing rapidly for the camera: Ravanelle Richardson, Blake Pickett, Kira Reed (listed as Kira Lee here), Lauren Hays, Delphine Pacific, and Gabriella Hall. Some of the nudest of the nude scenes feature Gabriella Hall as "Ann Gallo" seducing a security guard, and wildly dominating him and thrusting her big breasts and nice butt all over the place. Then there's ultra hot blonde Blake Pickett as "Officer Kelly O'Conner" who not only seduces another guard, but seduces Ravanelle Richardson in the gas station (not enough shown of this), and pleasures herself in the back seat of the FBI agents' car showing lots of breasts and a nice hard abdomen. Then there's the scene that gets the alien plant fungus in circulation: of Delphine Pacific as "Dr. Claire Danning" who was responsible for bringing the alien plant onto the space ship in the first place. Dr. Danning (who otherwise seems like a boring geek scientist with glasses and hair pile up like a schoolmarm) inhales some of the plant's spores and then literally rips off her glasses, her clothes, pleasures herself, shows off her huge breasts as well as the rest of her hardbody, and then goes off to seduce the space ship's lieutenant. There are a lot of full naked body shots and D-cups galore--including more comic seduction scenes that the viewer will have to take my word for and enjoy himself--but the movie isn't erotic because of this nudity, it's funny because the naked gratuitousness is all the film is about, and the rest of the plot and dialogue act as filler. I'd say it's about an 8 for nudity, a 2 for dialogue, a standard 5 for plot, and 7 for comedy. Designate where your priorities lie.

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