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I saw the nymphet Misty Mundae for the first time in the best episode of the patchy Masters of Horror series; Lucky McKee's "Sick Girl", and have been hoping to catch one of her soft porn flicks for a while since. Sin Sisters, therefore, is my first Misty Mundae porno, and while it's difficult to be over-impressed with a film as lacking as this one, Sin Sisters succeeds both as a porn flick and (almost) as a thriller, so I can't be too hard on it. It's obvious that the behinds the scenes crew at Seduction Cinema aren't exactly cinema geniuses, as numerous sequences in this film go on far too long; and despite the fact that the three female leads spend most of the film without much on; the overall result isn't very erotic, and this is only slightly better than what your average Joe with a video camera could do...but I suppose it would be silly to expect anything else. The plot focuses on two sisters; Cynthia and Morgana (played by real life sisters Misty and Chelsea Mundae), who accidentally murder someone at their college and end up packing the body into the boot of their car. However, while on the way to dump it; they come across a playful Julian Wells...
'Cheap and nasty' is a phrase I would use to describe Sin Sisters' cinematography as it's extremely bland and looks like it cost the studio but a few pennies. Director Tony Marsiglia relies heavily on his lead star and doesn't seem to care too much about the rest of the film. It's not hard to see why Misty Mundae is so popular either, as despite not being your average porn star and looking about fourteen; there's something captivating about her, and the paradox between her innocent looks and filthy actions gives her a style of her own. Chelsea Mundae, unfortunately, hasn't quite got her sister's charm; but the film is given an extra dimension courtesy of the experienced Julian Wells, who is chalk to Mundae's cheese. The scenes between the three leads aren't as good as they could be, and sequences that see the younger girls recite every possible name for various body parts is an unwelcome intrusion. The music used helps to enforce the cheap porno atmosphere, and while this movie would have benefited from better production values, a competent director and more variety; if you're after some soft porn, this may well do the trick...
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