June 28, 2005
Rated: NR Runtime: 90 min Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
This is what happens when you try to make a Misty Mundae movie, but you don’t have Misty Mundae in your movie.
Demon Sex starts off with Brinke Stevens reading the history of an alien race that once populated the Earth. They created a new breed of alien, which was hunted down and destroyed. However, a secret cult of women had been protecting the secrets of the aliens, awaiting the right time to repopulate the Earth with the alien species. So far so good.
Then we see a really fat guy sitting at a desk with a computer, and he’s working on a DNA strand that was extracted from a pretty cool-looking alien skull. His work is almost complete. Despite the extremely low production values, I’m still interested at this point.
Then the really fat guy heads over to his buddy’s club, which happens to be a strip club. Sweet! This movie is going to rule. There’s a stripper dancing against a pole and she’s taking her…
GAH! What is that? Is that a man with fake boobs?!
Yes, that was my exact reaction. During the next five minutes, I was able to determine that this stripper was actually a woman. She was all muscle and had almost no body fat. For a man, this is a good look. For a woman… not so much.
The movie just nosedives from there. We’re treated to another stripper, then two naked women in a pool, then a naked sex scene on a kitchen floor, then a naked shower scene, then another naked shower scene, several shots of a pregnant chick, another shower scene… you get the idea. And you’re probably thinking to yourself, “What’s his problem? That sounds like an awesome movie!”
The problem is that most of these women aren’t very attractive. I enjoy watching this type of formulaic erotic movie when it stars Misty Mundae or Julian Wells or Glori-Anne Gilbert or some other hottie because THEY ARE ATTRACTIVE WOMEN!
Why even review the movie? Well, there is plenty of blood, plenty of T&A, and plenty of bloody T&A. In fact, there’s so much that it’s impossible for me to give this movie less than two stars.
The long, expository history that the movie opens with turns out to be unnecessary fluff. This movie is a cookie cutter erotic horror movie, but I found very little that was erotic. This is worth a rental if you want to see Brinke Stevens naked and covered in blood in a bathtub.
Popularity: 38% [?]
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