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Legend of Hell House Meets Cinemax Late at Night
BloodTheTelepathicDog from north dakota
13 November 2010
Now, the only reason I gave this a seven-out-of-ten is that is succeeds
in what it set out to do: make an erotic ghost flick. This isn't horror
nor is it softcore porn, but a melding of the two, and the makers of
the film make it work.
The Westlakes, newlyweds, are forced to stay the night at what looks
like an abandoned bed and breakfast. They "check in" but the lovely
Mrs. Westlake never checks out. She, played by Amy Hite, is abducted by
a sinister entity to be used as a Satanic sex slave. Needless to say,
Mr. Westlake doesn't take this lying down. Days later he helps assemble
a team of ghost hunter types to bring his wife back.
The ghost hunters enter the building but quickly fall victim to the
place's sexual charm. Erotic entities take control of the hunters and
attempt to keep them preoccupied while the demons behind the scenes
search for the proper sacrifice.
STORY: $$$ (The story is what it is. There are numerous sexual
couplings, but at least we have a supernatural element rather than the
ol' repairman stops by for a fix).
ACTING: $$$ (Not that bad. Sage Kirkpatrick, who goes by many names,
does the best job here as the chaste telekinetic. C. Johnston, as Mr.
Westlake, also does a fine job while also getting busy with several
female cast members).
NUDITY: $$$$$ (Since this is an erotic horror flick, the nudity is in
great supply. Sage Kirkpatrick is amazing to look at and Amy Hite is a
heavenly beauty. Hite is a petite little gal with the greatest pair of
come-hither eyes you're likely to see. Miss Kirkpatrick, although a
capable actress, is clearly best known for those natural gifts that
reside on her chest).
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