Just when you think Seduction’s closet is empty, along comes a movie that hasn’t seen the light of day in seven years and hey – it’s actually pretty good! Shot on two continents in the summer and fall of 2001, this tiny no-budget William Hellfire project got lost in the shuffle as bigger-budget projects (Playmate of the Apes, Lord of the G Strings) got most of Seduction’s money and attention.
Lord knows the geeks that run Seduction Cinema are only too happy to fill the screen with cheesy sci-fi elements, fart noises, and guys in gorilla suits. So I admit I wasn’t particularly looking forward to seeing what they’d do with a werewolf movie. Well, the joke’s on me. For once the emphasis is on the “erotic” in the title, and William Hellfire presents plenty of gratuitous nudity throughout. There’s not much in the way of blood and violence, and there’s no werewolves running amok in Piccadilly Circus. The presence of the Eros-deflating John Link is kept to a minimum, and there are NO guys in gorilla suits. Who would’ve thought that a werewolf movie would just be a series of steamy lesbian couplings? A novel concept!
Misty and Ruby Larocca play lesbian bar owners who get it on in their own store after hours. When the mysterious Anoushka shows up, Misty takes a shine to her and seduces her. Unfortunately for Misty, Anoushka is a werewolf, and in the heat of passion, Anoushka sprouts some fine blond chest and arm hair (the drapes match the area rug — no carpet to be found on Anoushka’s lower extremities). As befitting a movie with such mild pretensions to actual horror, the werewolf special effects are actually kind of cute — just wait ’til later when Misty shows up in werewolf form, complete with a dog nose that’s as cute as a button.
While all this is going on state-side, in London investigative reporter Zoe Moonshine is trying to hunt down this elusive lycanthrope. Anoushka is now in London as well, and sets her sights on the hot Linda Murray (a Seduction one-and-done, supposedly a friend of Anoushka’s). Murray has an extensive shower scene and a very explicit masturbation scene, which is rudely interrupted by our werewolf Anoushka, who at one point almost accidentally inserts a finger. We almost had an extra mile moment.
Back in the USA, Misty’s been hospitalized and undergoes therapy from a couple of nurses (played by Seduction contract girls Julian Wells and Darian Caine), who decide that masturbating their patient to health is the best policy. I need to get in on this HMO. Misty acts up a storm in these scenes, as Julian and Darian rub themselves all over her. Finally, Misty is released from the hospital and goes home to Ruby, who ties her up and tries to seduce her without getting a werewolf bite.
This movie does not skimp on the nude scenes, nor on the explicitness. Everyone gets in on the action, even, surprisingly enough, Misty herself. Misty’s trademark retro bush, a small dark boat floating on a sea of alabaster placidity, is still lovely, and is still there; but when Ruby ties her to the bed, spread-eagled, we get a surprisingly extended look at Misty’s bid’ness. And its as perfect and lovely and trim as you might expect it to be.
This is a 2 DVD set and the second DVD includes a bonus movie Night of the Groping Dead, featuring a very naughty appearance by Ruby Larocca. It looks like the Seduction folks loaned out Ruby and Misty to a couple of guys with some sort of weird zombie fetish. The guys look like total douches, and were lucky to have Ruby and Misty to play with for a day. Misty escapes without having to touch anyone other than Ruby, but poor Ruby is grabbed, fondled, bled on, bitten, and spanked in between extended, explicit masturbation scenes. There’s even a brief moment of MoP (mouth on pussy) as Ruby seems willing to go down on Misty, but the whole thing gets shot down very quickly. Blink and you’ll miss it.
If all this hasn’t convinced you to go out and buy this DVD, there’s also a short, recent interview with Ruby looking back on her career with Seduction (which is not over by any means), and a great audio commentary track from William Hellfire and Michael Raso. In the commentary, Raso explains why this movie took so many years to finally be released, and how this was by far the most anticipated “lost” film amongst Misty Mundae fans. Hopefully everybody got their money’s worth; they certainly get their Mundae’s worth.