Six parapsychologists investigate a reputed haunted mansion and are set upon by three flesh-eating succubus ladies under the control of the sinister warlock owner bent on finding a mysterious amulet to give himself more power.
A team of parapsychologists is invited by John Stoker to research the evil Fischer Manor, an ancient brothel where the owner Alfred Fischer was a gigolo that practiced black witchcraft. While investigating, the men are attacked by flesh-eater succubus and the psychic Erin Cooper seeks a powerful amulet for John Stoker. When they meet the trio of succubus, John finds a lethal secret. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Jane Scarlett's four tattoos had to be covered up with make-up. Moreover, Scarlett and her co-star Ruby Larocca lived together as roommates for a while after meeting each other during the production of this movie. See more »
Gore Hounds will love this movie. There is more gore in the first two minutes than almost all of the "video nasties" I have seen to date.
A group moves into the house to search for evidence of paranormal activity - or maybe something more.
It does get funny at times when four zombies, including scream queen Zoe Moonshine, appear when one of the ghost hunters is stealing some jewelry.
But, it was Ketchum (Jim Coope) who got to meet the first succubi - in the flesh - and enjoy some hot sex before he was dispatched rather gruesomely.
Oh, what a fantasy! The young girl with her toys is met by another member. Unfortunately, he must have ate something wrong for dinner as he manages to vomit his entire insides. Didn't Fulci do that in some movie? The real reason this group has been hired is becoming apparent, and it all is in the hands, or visions, of Erin (Jennifer Litsch). It is in one of those visions that scream queen Caroline Munro appears.
We do get to see Litsch in full bloom as one of the succubi takes her form to dispatch quick draw Monks (David Runco). Then all the succubi (Caroline Hoermann, Ruby Larocca, and Barbara Joyce) dance around and chow down. Yum.
There is plenty here for those who love FX, blood and gore and lots of full frontal.
A great ending to a story that puts writer/director West in the giallo camp for sure.
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