Black Devil Doll
Shawn Lewis for Lowest Common Denominator, Rotten Cotton
directed by Jonathan Lewis
starring Heather Murphy, Natasha Talonz, Christine Svendson, Erika Branich, Precious Cox, Martin Boone, Gregory Solis
written by Shawn Lewis, Mitch Mayes, music by The Giallos Flame, songs performed by Chris Lewis, Charles-David Moss, special makeup effects by Ed Martinez, special effects by Mitch Mayes, visual effects by John Osteen
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Somehow, one of Heather's (Heather Murphy) dolls gets possessed by an
executed black activist and serial rapist and subsequently becomes the
ultimate blaxploitation cliché - in doll form of course. White Heather
falls in love with the superfly black doll right away, and it's not long
before they have sex ... but the doll wants more, and thus persuades
Heather to invite her four friends (Natasha Talonz, Christine Svendsen,
Erika Branich, Precious Cox) over to shag them as well while Heather is
conventiently out of the house. Thing is, the doll doesn't stop at having
sex but kills the girls as well, and also Heather's ex (Martin Boone), a
white wannabe rapper who can't get over having lost her. When Heather
comes home to find all the dead bodies, she's understandably furious, but the
doll is almost successful in winning her over again - until she pulls a
gun and shoots him ... but the horror doesn't end here, as Heather soon
afterwards gives birth to a mulatto doll-human hybrid ...
pure party-film, Black Devil Doll works just fine, as it contains
enough nudity, gore, violence, sick jokes, toilet humour and political
incorrectness to keep the
audience entertained - and I don't mean that in the least bit sarcastic,
because Black Devil Doll never seems to try to be anything other
than a pure party film. This is good inasmuch as you will have a good time
if you watch it with a couple of beers and a couple of mates, but not so
good if you expect anything more, because apart from providing good (and
at least well-directed) fun the film falls short in almost every
department, from its actual plot to storytelling, from its actors and
actresses to character development.
All that said, at least it's fun.