When wealthy treasure hunter Cara Loft is delivered an invitation to meet renowned art collector Dr. Scrotus, the sexy adventurer is thrust head-on into the greatest and most dangerous ... See full summary »

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Milla / Statue Priestess 2
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Dylan / Dr. Scrotus
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Natasha
Christopher St. James ...
Scrotus' Henchman 1 / Prince's Guard 2
Randolph Scott ...
Prince's Guard 1
Mercedes Bin ...
Servant Harem Girl
Gustavo Cardenas ...
Desert Prince
Crystal White ...
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Shalimar Another ...
Zulu Warrioress (as Shallmar)
John Bakula ...
Tibetan Guide
Ron Reihel ...
Scrotus' Henchman 2
Tony Lanfield ...
Lord Loft
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When wealthy treasure hunter Cara Loft is delivered an invitation to meet renowned art collector Dr. Scrotus, the sexy adventurer is thrust head-on into the greatest and most dangerous erotic adventure of her life... the search for the three sacred wombs. With danger at every turn, and beautiful but lethal spy Natasha hot on her heels, Cara must travel to the scorching deserts of Arabia, the untamed jungles of Africa, and the mysterious mountains of Tibet in order to reunite the legendary womb idols of creation. Written by Scott, Randolph

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Adventure | Fantasy

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Rated R for strong sexuality and pervasive nudity | See all certifications »

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The title of the film is a reference to three womb idols of creation the characters are trying to obtain from hidden sites around the world. See more »

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Referenced in The Wil Wheaton Project: Episode #1.2 (2014) See more »

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SURRENDER TO ME (DESERT REMIX)
Written and Performed by Randolph Scott
Courtesy of Cyber-Sonic Music
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Better then the two Jolie Tomb Raiders (that's not saying much I know)
5 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First time writer/director Randolph Scott brings us this soft-core romp take off on the Angelina Jolie-helmed "Tomb Raider" franchise. The 'plot' as it were has Cara Loft (the hard-bodied and sexy Lauren Hays) on a mission to find three sacred artifacts scattered around the globe for the mysterious Dr. Scrotus. Because of some supremely atrocious dubbing, I recommend that you watch this with the mute on. It won't detract at all from the numerous lesbian couplings the film graces us with and your ears will thank you. This is a fairly solid soft-core film there will never win any awards, but gets the job done none the less. Plus it's STILL better than either of the (thus far) two Hollywood "Tomb Raider" films.

My Grade: C+

Special Edition DVD Extras: A trailer for "the Girl Next Door" plays at the start of the DVD, it CAN'T be skipped over; Behind the scenes featurette; gallery of production shots; a promo trailer for this film; & trailers for "On-Line", "Gory Gory Hellelujah", "Wasabi Tuna", and "Always Say Goodbye"


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