Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Satan's School for Lust|
Actors: Alesandro Alegre, Wally Bender, Burnie Davis, Deana Enoches, Nick Garrido
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Kinky fun--just be sure you respect Miss Beezle, bub
Daniel Jolley | Shelby, North Carolina USA | 02/10/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Satan's School For Lust is a pretty good movie from the guys at Seduction Cinema. With both Darian Caine and Misty Mundae in the movie, it could hardly be unwatchable. The story, what there is of it, is pretty simple. A young and naïve Primula Cooper (played convincingly by the generally far from naïve Misty Mundae) is sent off to the Diablo School for Girls while her father is out of the country. Before she leaves home, she begins having dreams of a sinisterly attractive woman (Darian Caine) coming to her in bed and putting a crucifix to a use that some folks might have a problem with. Once Primula arrives at the school, she meets with the weird, Bible-phobic head mistress Miss Beezle (I don't think I need explain the significance of this name to you, bub), played by Barbara Joyce, and tries to adjust to sharing a room with her Phoenix (Ruby LaRocca), her Gothic girl roommate. We soon learn that the Diablo school has a history of students disappearing, and an intrepid reporter (Kelli Summers) who comes calling finds out everything she wants to know and more. Eventually, we learn that Miss Beezle and Phoenix are trying to summon "the dark lord," and the innocent Primula may be just the girl virtuous enough to make the ritual work. There is a little bit of a surprise at the end, which I did not expect but did appreciate. This movie is definitely not for the youngsters, especially given the fact that its percentage of erotic action is above average and there is just a little bit of discipline-related activity involved-hey, what do you expect at a place dubbed Satan's School For Lust? Misty Mundae fans should know that, although she is the star of the picture, her character is almost forgotten in the middle stages of the movie, with everything centering around Miss Beezle. Darian Caine doesn't get a lot of screen time herself, and she has not one line of dialogue (which might please some who aren't particularly fond of her voice for some reason). I would certainly recommend this movie to fans of this type of thing; there's plenty of good action, and the little twist at the end makes a statement that the plot is not completely unimportant this time around-almost, but not completely. The DVD contains a number of extra goodies: a behind the scenes featurette, deleted scenes, a full color booklet, a trailer reel, and a bonus feature called Blood For the Muse starring Tina Krause and Tammy Parks."
These girls must have dropped out of Satan's school.......
-burntblood | Carrollton, TX United States | 07/21/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This movie [is weak]. I don't know what I was expecting when I bought it but it sure as hell didn't deliver. I like horror movies and I like naked women but this pile of [poo] satisfied neither. For one thing the sex scenes took forever to develop.
They just dragged on and on and eventually just ended. Thank God. I'm sorry but Misty Mundae should change her name to Misty Mundane. No, wait, she doesn't suck, she just lays there. She's pale, flat and has the face of a 14 year old girl. No thanks.
The only slighty erotic scene was when Ms. Beezle was spanking Misty's roomie's [rear]. Even that was weak and dragged on and on. Honestly, don't waste your hard-earned money on this [stuff]. I've seen parts of enough soft-core porn late night on Cinemax to know this movie is subpar crap.
The American Pie movies showed more [rear] than 'Satan's School for Lust'. Just horrible. I'll never buy another Seduction Video release again.
This movie will render you flacid for hours after watching it.
The only reason I gave this movie a one star rating is because no stars was not an option.
The copy I bought is already in the trash."
Brett Heitkam | Lena, IL United States | 02/02/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Satan's School for Lust is another wonderful erotic parody film from those wacky folks at Seduction Cinema.Misty Mundae stars as Primula, a young student sent to the Diablo School for Girls by her father. Once she gets there, she discovers the school is not what it appears to be. Headed by Miss Beezle, a sadistic schoolmarm (Barbara Joyce), Diablo has a long-standing history of students disappearing and never being found. When a plucky reporter (the lovely Kelli Summers) begins an investigation, she digs a little too deep into the school's dark secrets and Miss Beezle sees to it that these secrets will not be revealed. Now Primula is the only one who seems to see the odd goings-on, but will she be able to escape the evil that lies within the school walls before it's too late??? "SSFL" is a neat little film and is quite a bit darker in execution than most other Seduction Cinema releases. Yes, there is a good amount of erotic-girly-tongue rasslin' going on here, but it's part of the story and makes sense within the context of the film's premise. Misty Mundae, Ruby LaRocca (as Phoenix, Primula's new roommate), and Barbara Joyce shine in their roles. Kelli Summers is a nice addition to the mix, but her part is so small compared to the others and she isn't given too much to do other than stand there and look good. Darian Caine plays Satan (or "SAY-in" according to Ruby LaRocca's north Jersey accent). Miss Caine also has little to do in the film but what she does she does well! All in all, this is a great newer movie from the Seduction Cinema team, and I'm looking forward to seeing more entertaining flicks like this from them in the future.DVD Extra Features include a couple of deleted scenes (that could have stayed in), an entertaining behind-the-scenes look at the filming (those girls seem like they would be a lot of fun to hang out with), and an informational booklet with production info. Also included on this disc is director Terry West's Blood for the Muse, a horror/psychological-drama about a young man named Josh who believes the Muse of Tragedy, Melpomene, is like his own personal God (well, Goddess). He believes that if he sacrifices people (i.e. causing tragedy), he will summon her and they can be together for eternity. Well, after Josh kills quite a few hookers for that Mysterious Muse and she STILL hasn't come for him, he starts to get a bit confused/frustrated. Then, at the video store where he works, he meets Sara (played by Tina Krause, whom I adore) and after talking and hanging out with her, he starts to fall in love with her. Unfortunately, he soon realizes that this is what the muse has been waiting for. In order for her to be summoned, Josh must cause a tragedy that's not just a typical, run-of-the-mill hooker murder...he needs to cause a tragedy that's personal...that deeply affects him...like murdering someone he loves. Uh oh, Spaghettios!!!I really like this movie a lot. It's shot in black and white (and cinemascope-type widescreen!!) and has rather crude production values, but the story stands out above any technical issues one may have. It's a movie that really makes you think...that sometimes if you believe in something so much, you just make it come true...and that's not necessarily a good thing. Plus, it's got Tina Krause in it. She's becoming quite the Debbie Rochon-esque b-movie queen and I think she's great. Also, Josh Robinson is a very good actor and he's got a really strong and sexy energy about him as well. I'm sure we will be seeing good things from him in the future. Anywho, like I said, this is a great movie all around. It's a bit odd as a double bill with Satan's School for Lust, as they are two totally different incarnations, but, eh, what are ya gonna do? High-Quality-Low-Budget Entertainment; *HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!*"
No one even tried...and that's really sad
Marcus H. Smilfer | Chicagoland, USA | 09/06/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Yes, there are beautiful, naked women in this movie. Barbara Joyce (aka Debbie Rochon?), Darian Caine, Ruby Larocca and the incomparable Misty Mundae all star and all get various degrees of naked. Still, this movie is beyond awful. Horrible lighting, direction and story make it unwatchable except at fast forward. There was so much room for erotic tension, what with the "girls' school" theme and the dominatrix tensions that should abound, but none of these elements are played up in this crappy waste of time and money. It didn't help watching the behind the scenes featurette and seeing how the cast didn't take the film seriously. Who could blame them? The bonus film, "Blood for the Muse" is better, but not worth buying the Satan's School dvd to see it. Anyone could think of a better erotic movie lying in bed on a Saturday morning before the alarm goes off...."