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In a strange world, a brood of women practicing black magic are lead by Tara, a sorceress. When a man appears there on accident, Tara tries to lure him into her sexual escapades in order to steal his soul.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Julie Strain ... Tara
Greg Wrangler ... Paul Stevens
Sandahl Bergman ... Virginia
Julie K. Smith Julie K. Smith ... Katlin
Jenna Bair Jenna Bair ... Noella
Lynn Daly Lynn Daly ... Rachel
Christian Noble Christian Noble ... Deacon
John Henry Richardson ... Doctor Condon (as Jay Richardson)
Michael Andrews Michael Andrews ... Bob
Vinnie Ceceliano Vinnie Ceceliano ... Sarah
Beth Richards Beth Richards ... Janet Stevens
Marshal Hilton ... Zoran
Michael Jay Michael Jay ... Sean O'Grady
Katherine Ann McGregor ... Maryanna (as Katherine McGregor)
Paige Trent Paige Trent ... Defecting Witch
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Storyline

Paul is transported to a mysterious world where he is surrounded by strange and beautiful women, led by Tara. She initiates him into their world of bizarre erotic rituals; however, she and her minions are actually practitioners of black magic who are trying to snare his soul through their sexual mischief. Will he realize the evil he has fallen into before it is too late?

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Rated R for strong sexual content and some violence | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 June 1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Sorceress 2 See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color
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Trivia

Jim Wynorski: who was also the director of the original Sorceress (1995) makes a cameo at the beginning of the film as the agent in the car who is killed by Tara. See more »

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When we first see Paul, he is driving a red Porsche 964 series 911 cabriolet with standard (visible) headlights. Moments later, when he arrives in Coventry, his car now a preceding generation Carrera series 911 cabriolet with a slant nose front end with fold-down headlights and a whale tail spoiler. See more »

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THIS STORY, ALL NAMES, CHARACTERS AND STRIPPER INCIDENTS PORTRAYED IN THIS PRODUCTION ARE FICTITIOUS. NO IDENTIFICATION WITH ACTUAL PERSONS, PLACES, BUILDINGS AND PRODUCTS IS INTENDED OR SHOULD BE INFERRED. See more »

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Perfect example of how NOT to make a movie!
21 December 2004 | by templarartSee all my reviews

This is probably one of the worst movies ever made. Eliminate the scenes with the girls and it is far and away the WORST movie ever to crawl out of a camera.

Now this is a MUST see for film students on how NOT to make a movie.

1) Watch the dialogue. This movie has enough dialogue for four movies and it is thoroughly unnecessary. Movies are about MOVEment, action, pretty pics and scenes - dialogue is only necessary to set up the action. Take this movie's script and cut out 75% of the dialogue.

2) You paid for hot chicks... USE THEM! Find a way to advance the plot while the girls are putting suntan lotion on each other or helping get each other ready. Having characters just stand around jaw-jacking is inexcusably stupid.

3) PAY for an actor! I don't know where they got this guy but he was NO actor! Even a dumb, campy movie can be sunk with poor acting and seeing as the majority of the action seems to come from this dweeb - why would you hire a non-actor?

4) Realism is important. In one scene, Julie Smith does an incredible strip tease in front of El Dorko ending up on his bed with her legs up. He rolls his eyes and says "Maybe some other time." My wife and I couldn't stop laughing - it was probably one of the dumbest things we'd ever heard!

5) Now this is important: Make the box FIRST then look at it and think. Hmmmm... people want to watch a movie like we have on the box - let's do THAT one!

Seriously - I have no clue how the producer managed to pay for Julie Smith, Julie Strain and yet had no money for a script or male actor.


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