Plot: What’s it about?
While Amy (Laurie Wallace) is on a romantic getaway with her main man Bill, she expects to have a good time, but isn’t expecting much beyond that. But when she enters a second-hand store and begins to rummage through the selection of items, she has no idea that in a manner of minutes, her entire life will be altered. As he looks over some old, rustic antiques, she happens upon an old, worn down mirror and decides to take a closer peek. So she dusts it off and as soon as she glances into the reflective surface, she feels an intense desire like never before, telling her to explore her body in ways she had never even imagined. Although this scares her at first, she quickly purchases the mirror and heads home, unaware that this simple decision has changed the course of not just her life, but all those around her as well. Amy soon discovers that the mirror holds the spirit of a sexually insatiable whorehouse madame (Darian Caine), who reaches out to those who look into the mirror, filling them with lesbian lust vibes. The mirror’s powers soon overtake Amy & all of her friends, but will anything free them from the web of lust they’ve entered?
Just when you thought Seduction Cinema has run out of ideas, the studio reaches into the realm of the supernatural to bring us…The Erotic Mirror. I admit the title is kind of hokey, but it has the magic word and makes sense, since the film is based around a special mirror with erotic secrets, as odd as that sounds. As far as lesbian love flicks are concerned, the story is a good one and provides ample chances for naked ladies, which is what counts here. All the usual suspects are seen here, with Darian Caine, Misty Mundae, A.J. Khan, Esmerelda Delllarocca, and Jade Duboir all involved, but the real showstopper here is Laurie Wallace (aka Katie Keane), no doubt about it. As expected, The Erotic Mirror is packed with scenes of beautiful naked women, involved in various acts of lesbian hijinks, as well as some acts of self gratification, which is always nice. This movie doesn’t have the same kind of outlandish humor as some of Seduction Cinema’s titles, but it has some of the best sex scenes, hands down. This is more of a straight (no pun intended) erotic horror picture, as expected since Pete Jacelone (Psycho Sisters) serves as director here. I recommend this to those interested in some flat out awesome lesbian love sequences, but keep in mind, this is darker than most of Seduction Cinema’s efforts.
Video: How does it look?
The Erotic Mirror is presented in a full frame transfer, as intended. The image here is up to the usual Seduction Cinema standards, which means a clean, sharp overall presentation. You don’t need a reference level transfer for material like this and in truth, I doubt anyone expects one, since these are low budget, lesbian lovefests, after all. I think Seduction does a terrific job on these discs and makes them as good as possible however, which is what matters. The colors are bright and look solid, black levels are well balanced, and flesh tones appear natural, which is very important here, as there’s a lot of flesh on showcase. Another release from Seduction Cinema and another great looking transfer, just like clockwork.
Audio: How does it sound?
A basic, but effective Dolby Digital stereo option is used here, so don’t expect an explosive experience. This movie wouldn’t benefit much from true surround sound however, so the audio never seems too limited, aside from a few instances, but even then, no serious issues arise. The sound effects are clean and well placed, while all musical cues also come through without a hitch. The dialogue is sharp and consistent at all times as well, no problems in the least to report. All of the eerie, yet erotic audio is present and in fine form, solid work on all fronts.
Supplements: What are the extras?
This disc includes three humorous behind the scenes featurettes, which combine for a total of about half an hour, as well as the film’s trailer.