All-star cast surrounding Carrera in winning finale
Simon Lee and his director Bud Lee climax their fantasy trilogy with a rather amazing cast line-up, with five female superstars abetted by scene-stealing breast in show Krysti Myst plus sexy Catalina.
Theme is a classic one from fantasy literature, still timely with the revival of TV's cult hit "The X Files", as heroine Jennifer Lakeland (Asia Carrera) must strive to believe in the fantastic and her own power in order to prevail over the forces of Darkness, this time not a witch or a vampire but the Devil himself personified by Steven St. Croix.
She must summon the wolf, her protector, but before that climax in battling the Devil he whisks her away to one of his favorite pleasure planets to witness arousing scenes of eroticism. That's where Bud Lee brings out the big guns: Kylie Ireland as a redhead wannabe writer seduced by Jennifer's literary agent Joel Lawrence; Nicole Sheridan as her dominating publisher who is serviced in a three-way by two nude male servants Voodoo (who humps her bareback, as they are a real-life couple) and Michael Stefano); and an amazing reverse gang-bang for Chris Cannon, getting to service Nikita Denise (anally) alongside beauties Krysti Myst and Catalina, when they aren't involved in a lesbian threesome.
Picture opens, as did the previous two in the series, with Jennifer's fictional creations getting it on: Adam & Eve's contract superstar Ava Vincent saved comically by gunfighter Dale DaBone, and then humping by the fireplace. Feature ends with Jennifer similarly serviced by the fireplace by Joel (who long suffered through the trilogy hitting on her in vain).
One set is rather amazing: a snowscape created in the studio where the Devil reigns, and as usual Asia gets to display some stunning costume changes. A mysterious monk figure is featured alongside the series wizard George Kaplan (who also scripted), played uncredited by writer-producer Simon Wolf.
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