Paul Thomas' The Enchantress tells in two parts the story of enchantress Hyapatia Lee seducing two different men under different circumstances. She doesn't play the same character in each, but pays the same role to each of the men.
The first part is entitled "The Yearbook" and stars Blake Palmer as Philip, an art director. As the film begins he has a very hot session with girlfriend Melissa (Ashley Nicole) before breaking up with her. He goes on a job interview with Miss Alexander (Hyapatia Lee) who "never mixed business with pleasure". Knowing this, he invites her to his house to look over some of his plans, which of course leads to copulation. After a regular boy/girl scene, they spice things up by adding Porsche Lynn as Hyapatia's secretary to the works. This is scene is especially hot as Blake cums on her pussy and then him and Porsche lick it off of her. The film ends with a punchline, although it's not the one that's expected. Good story and production values. 7/10
The second part entitled "Sex and Taxes" opens with a Don Fernando and Kiki (rarely seen) pairing. She is dressed in her typical cowgirl outfit and he does her standing up (a personal fantasy). Although she rarely talks, the scene is undeniably hot. The set up then comes into play. Jake (the Don Fernando character) is being audited and meets "Diane" (Hyapatia Lee)in a bar (which is also a setting in "The Yearbook"). They end up hooking up in a hotel and the punchline of this one is also good, although not as unpredictable as number one. The story and characters are deeper in part one, but I prefer this one in terms of pacing and enjoyability. 9/10
Overall, The Enchantress is a very well-done porno with good production values (perhaps made for the cable market). It is worth purchasing for the Ashley Nicole/Blake Palmer seen alone. 8/10
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?