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Lust in Space: The Erotic Witch Project IV

USA 2005
produced by
Michael Beckerman (= Michael Raso) for ei Independent Cinema (Seduction)
directed by John Bacchus
starring A.J. Khan, Darian Caine, Alexia Moore, Bethany Lott, Jackie Stevens, Duane Polcou, Zachary Winston Snygg (= John Bacchus), John P.Fedele
written by John Bacchus, Michael Beckerman (= Michael Raso), music by Frank Dill

Erotic Witch Project

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Colonel Khan (A.J.Khan) - formerly Doctor Khan (see The Erotic Witch Project 2) - has decided to free the world of the curse of the Erotic Witch, which she believes to be a virus. So she, along with Doctor Davis (Alexia Moore) and Darian (Darian Caine) - one of the first ones affected by the erotic witch (see The Erotic Witch Project) take a time machine in the year 2007 and travel all the way back to 1999, when it all started.

However, even while aboard their time machine (which closely resembles a spaceship), Doc Davis - apparently under the influence of the witch - seduces Darian, and thus has Darian, the only one believed to be healed from the virus, contracted with the erotic witch virus again.

Once our trio of babes (crash-)land in Hicksville, Doctor Davis goes off on her own, and the remainder of the film has Col.Khan and Darian go looking for her but instead either getting into all kinds of sexual situations or witnessing the Hicks having sex. In the end though, Col.Khan, Darian and Doc Davis meet again on board of their timemachine and make out - and at the very end of the film, Col.Khan has to realize that it was her who actually brought the virus to this strip of land in the first place - on her mission to get rid of this very virus for good.


By and large, John Bacchus'  erotic spoofs and comedies are among the funniest of the (sub-)genre, as he understands to keep a certain balance between all-out (softcore) sex and far out comedy. Lust in Space however is one of his lesser efforts, too little effort is made to integrate the sex scenes into the story (or to come up with an interesting enough story to link the sex scenes), and the story seems to be going nowhere, really. Darian Caine and A.J.Khan however make a good comedy team - a fact they have also proved repeatedly in the past -, one just wishes that some of their scenes were better rehearsed or re-shot, as many of their scenes have a hurried look that takes from their overall effect.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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