Ruby is a young part-time stripper who wallows in drugs, sex and other excesses in meaningless existence. After meeting with local drug dealer O-Rock in her apartment, she seduces him, ... See full summary »
A socially awkward young woman gets bitten by a radioactive spider and becomes a crime-fighting superhero and tries to defeat a nefarious super villain while going after any man (or woman) she wants to bed down with.
The Strange brothers, Winston and Myles, are having a party and they've invited all of the local slackers and freaks. But a masked man shows up and starts strangling people to death at every available opportunity.
Camille (Misty Mundae), is on the phone telling her friend Jenny (Jane Ester) about life at college. When she tells Jenny about the drunken lesbian encounter she had with Janine (Ruby LaRocca)they both get very turned on.
Olivia, a beautiful hooker under the influence of the violent and degenerate pimp Claudio, uses her charms to seduce young women so Claudio can film them. Things take a turn for the worse ... See full summary »
The problem with a lot of Seduction Sinema's stuff is that they keep trying to legitimize themselves. In this one, they have plain Jane Easter give a little monologue, with bad accent, about her internet service giving you some girl's first time. Then, there are fancy fades in between shots of sex and shots of Jane pleasing herself, a computer screen with a smaller window of the sex, and an ending that blends the two grand finales. There should have just been a straight shot through the proceedings, because it's the sex we can smell. And while an encounter between Misty and Ruby is always worth the price of admission, Ruby clearly has the better lungs while Misty has the moves, as we can tell by long shots of her writhing butt. They should play with their strengths when playing with each other.
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