Plot: What’s it about?
After her mysterious sexual ordeal in the isolated woods, Darian (Darian Caine) has been recovered and though she is alive, she is unable to tell anyone what happened. She just spurts out obscene phrases and shakes, unless someone brings up sex and then she speaks a little, but not enough to solve the mystery of The Erotic Witch. She is being observed and treated at the Khan Institute of Mental Health, which was given a one million dollar grant to uncover the truth about Darian’s experiences, if it could be done. At this advanced research center, Darian is questioned and cared for, by a staff of skilled and gorgeous women. It seems as though Darian has been sexually possessed during her trek in those woods, as anyone who comes near her becomes turned on and soon enough, kinky lesbian love begins to take place. The nurses, other patients, a snooping reporter, everyone seems to be under the influence of sexual madness. But is this a symptom of Darian’s run in with The Erotic Witch, or just a mass lesbianistic psycho-sexual hysteria?
As if the original Erotic Witch Project wasn’t enough, Darian Caine returns once again and stars in this sequel, which is just as fun as the original. Caine (Erotic Survivor, Mistress Frankenstein) is always a pleasure to see in action, whether she’s naked or just being funny, so she is able to carry the film without any problems. She has some very humorous moments in this flick and of course, she has some awesome love scenes with the other lovelies. Some other performers include Katie Jordan, A.J. Khan, Allanah Rhodes, and of course, that damn talking gorilla. I happen to love the insane gorilla and his most asinine comments, as it adds a lot of humor and that’s always welcome, in flicks like this one. At the helm is veteran Seduction Cinema director John Bacchus, who also helped write the flick and as usual, he makes sure there’s plenty of comedy and sex, just as it should be. Of course, this movie is not for everyone, but if you’re a fan of Seduction Cinema’s approach to film, then Erotic Witch Project 2: Book of Seduction is another great installment. As usual, Seduction has issued a more than solid disc, so I am giving this release a high recommendation.
Video: How does it look?
Erotic Witch 2: Book of Seduction is presented in a full frame transfer, as intended. This is a low budget picture and it shows, but the image is still very good and shows no serious problems, so all is well. The image might not be as refined as higher budget features, but it looks good and in this case, that’s enough. The colors look bold and lush, while flesh tones remain natural and in this flick, flesh tones dominate the screen, so that’s good news. I had no troubles with the contrast either, black levels seem on the mark and as far as detail, I saw no obscuration in the least. In the end, this is a more than effective visual treatment, given the nature of the movie itself.
Audio: How does it sound?
Not much to discuss here, the included Dolby Digital stereo option is good, but of course, limits the scope of the audio involved. But this flick isn’t reliant upon dynamic sound, so I won’t complain much in the end. The music comes through well enough and the sound effects do also, though not as immersive in form as I’d like at times. The dialogue (whether speech or moans) is clean and crisp all times, with no volume errors to report. This isn’t the release to demonstrate your home theater with, but it handles the material, which is what counts.
Supplements: What are the extras?
This disc includes a hilarious and insightful behind the scenes documentary, which is far from the usual promotional garbage. This piece is shot all on the set and from interviews with the cast to live footage during takes, it offers an in depth look the production. You watch Darian horse around on the set, the girls discuss how they feel about working with Seduction Cinema, and all sorts of other stuff. The documentary runs just over fifty minutes and is an excellent inclusion, I commend Seduction Cinema for including it on this disc. This disc also includes the film’s trailer, as well as various other bonus previews.