A mind-blowing, erotic horror, Evil Motion's Succubus stars Raven Riley and Liz Vicious as good and evil adversaries whose origin stems from a very ancient tale. Lilith (Liz Vicious), the ...
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Two young women are best friends, but they go their separate ways. 5 years later they reunite when Anna visits Jacky. After Anna arrives the friendship is renewed and the young women soon take things to the next level.
A mind-blowing, erotic horror, Evil Motion's Succubus stars Raven Riley and Liz Vicious as good and evil adversaries whose origin stems from a very ancient tale. Lilith (Liz Vicious), the fabled first wife of Adam, has been awoken from her slumber with a renewed lust for blood. Due to her defiance of God, Lilith was damned to eternal punishment by having to walk the Earth as a succubus demon feeding on the strength and lust of innocent people. Legend tells that only the eldest daughter in the bloodline of Eve herself has the power to stop Lilith. That chosen one is Raven Riley. She is the one who bears the mark and she will not be able to come to peace until she has slain the succubus. Written by
Liz Vicious and Raven Riley, as most of you know, are the girls of choice in a softcore porn movie -- they both earned these accolades, and softcore porn movies starring them are legion. Raven is also a full- blown porn star (I don't think Liz is as well). The two of them have lots of fun with each other, kissing, petting, servicing (in the movie, the succubus pretty much seduces every body without a care as to sex). They have chemistry alright. You'll be very turned on when (if) you watch this.
Liz is the central character, in this movie. Gorgeous, and playing a character (she is the succubus) who seduces and kills, is ...er... "wonderful" to see her do. She could give lessons on how to seduce men: it's very entertaining to watch her, and you could watch the movie solely on the strength of her performance. If you (are male and) watch with your girlfriend or wife, she will notice the bulge in your pants. But I was disappointed that the movie did not really feature Liz as a succubus! To me, a succubus would suck the life-force, I can imagine many ways, out her victims in some way. But it's left up to the imagination. There is one seen that stands out, however. She seduces a young woman who owns a store -- one look, one touch -- no kidding, no magical powers except that she embodies a sexual creature promising a good time, no CGI needed. She ultimately kills the girl using a metal fingernail kind of thing that goes on her finger, covers the whole thing. Whatever it is called, it is sexy, she uses it in a way you cannot fail to fall begin to want your girl to wear one too.
Here, in this film, she does the seducing great; and kills. The kills here often implied -- off-camera, left to one's imagination. Thus the film comes off at different level and point-of-view than that here, as a shallow excuse to see Liz Vicious and Raven Rily have lots of hot, hot, hot lesbian sex; and Liz' seductions which are epic.
I was disappointed with the off-screen draining of life from her victims. But you do see a good blood spatter. The movie tried to take itself as a serious as, say, "Twilight," it failed. No sucking the life out of people, aging them, drying them out, even vampiric biting of her victims. She was a sex addicted bi-sexual more than a succubus.
In sum,the movie has elements of a classic cult hit, like Rocky Horror had been. But it is Liz that carries the movie and shows off her heavenly skills. Remember, it's softcore, no private parts that I can recall were on camera. For me, I became a Liz Vicious fan. And, hence, this information. Watch it, perhaps buy it -- my feeling is it will be worth a lot in 20 years, because nobody is a sexual creature (not nobody, there's Heather Lee and Ricki Raxxx and Elizabeth Star and on and on), better than Liz Vicious. At least, that's how you'll feel after watch the film.
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