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Necromania: A Tale of Weird Love

USA 1971
produced by
Ed Wood (as Don Miller) for Cinema Classics
directed by Ed Wood (as Don Miller)
starring Rene Bond, Ric Lutze, Maria Aronoff
written by Ed Wood, based on his novel The Only House

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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A couple - Shirley (Rene Bond) and Danny (Ric Lutze) - have problems in the bedroom department, mainly because he can't get it up. So they visit a witch - or a necromancer, as Shirley calls her -, Madame Heles (Maria Aronoff) to help them ... but Madame Heles won't receive them until midnight, and in the meantime they are left alone in a bedroom ... where they once more try to have sex, but with the expected lack of success. So Shirley decides to wander around the house, and soon she meets lovely Barb, who has seduced her in no time ...

Danny stays behind in the room, and is soon visited by Tonya, Madame's right-hand-woman ... and Tonya succeeds in giving Danny an erection in no time at all too, and the two shag.

Midnight: Madame Heles rises from her coffin (yes, she sleeps in one, which in reality - allegedly - belonged to psychic and Ed Wood-friend Criswell), and she immediately realizes that Shirley is already cured (from whatever she had), but with Danny it's another matter - and thus she has two hunks throw him into the coffin with her, where she and Danny have a good shag ...

 

The film - which was shot in both hardcore and softcore versions - is not so much typical for its director Ed Wood as it is for early 1970's smut cinema: it features a silly plot that is not much more than an excuse to show people making out - and its actors can all be seen in more films of the same ilk. That said, some Wood-trademarks are still prominent in the film, like a prediliction of horror and the macabre - even if it seems rather out of place in this film -, certain fetishist touches and a bit of rambling dialogue - even though it's much more subdued than in his earlier pictures.

But Ed Wood or no Ed Wood, Necromania is not a good film, but if you like cheap early 1970's erotica (and who doesn't ?), you might as well like this one.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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