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Misty's Secret / Vampire's Seduction Double Feature DVD

POPcinema // Unrated // November 23, 2004
List Price: $19.99 [Buy now and save at Amazon]

Review by Ian Jane | posted April 20, 2005 | E-mail the Author
The Movies:

Seduction Cinema has dug into their vaults and released a limited edition (there are only twenty thousand of these bad boys out there) double feature DVD release of two of their better, early entries - Misty's Secret from 2000 and Vampire's Seduction from 1998.

Short on plot but high on copious amounts of lovely nudity, these two films are about as good as softcore straight to video movies get. Don't go in expecting your mind to be expanded, but rather your trousers.

Misty's Secret

The lovely and talented Misty Mundae more or less plays herself in this early erotic short film from her beginnings in the genre she would soon come to be the queen of. She lives in a small apartment with her roommate, Tina Krause. One day, kind of out of nowhere actually, Tina decides that Misty needs to explore her wild side a little bit and things go all too well for her. Soon enough, they're playing rub-a-dub-dub in the tub and doing what I know all hot girls secretly do when they're left alone and they know I'm not watching.

In some sort of sub plot, Ruby LaRocca (who is way too hot) lives across the street and strips in her window, giving all of those who happen to glance her way a fun little bit of kink to get their day heading in the right direction.

Storyline? Ha. Who needs one when you've got three ultra hot girls doing what they do best? Seriously, this is pretty steamy stuff and if you're into late night cable style softcore filmmaking (and I know you are) then this should more than fit the bill. It's not about telling a story so much as it is about creating an atmosphere of delightful sexual tension and Misty's Secret pulls that off admirably well.

Vampire's Seduction

Tina Krause is a Dracula like vampiress who needs the blood of hot lesbians so that she can make them her slaves for some reason that's never really made all that clear. Her assistant is a lackey named, for some reason, Wally Van Helsing, who runs around town poking into various windows and doors spying on hot chicks until he finds just the right ones for his mistress.

That's it in a nutshell. Actually, that's not even really condensed so much – there's really very little plot here at all. The story exists simply to serve as a reason for some seriously heavy softcore girl on girl scenes. Those familiar with Seduction Cinema's output know not to expect much in the way of a storyline (though there are notable exceptions like Dr. Jekyll and Mistress Hyde which is quite interesting and almost an exercise in surrealism) and this film is no exception to their tried and true formula of stacking hot natural girl on hot natural girl for maximum entertainment value in the most base of manners. This film exists to tantalize and titillate, not to provoke thought – and on that level it works really well.

Seduction Cinema has assembled a fine cast for this film – aside from the lovely Ms. Krause we're also privy to invading the privacy of Debbie Rochon, Misty Mundae's sister Chelsea Mundae, Paige Turner, and Kiki Michaels.



Both of the films are presented here as they were shot in glorious 1.33.1 fullframe which is the original aspect ratio for both movies. While they're obviously made without a whole lot of cash and they are both shot on video, overall they don't look too bad at all. A few scenes in the first film don't look to have been lit as well as they could have been and because of that they're a little on the dark side but other than that, there's not much to complain about when you keep in mind that because these are shot on video they can only ever really look so good to begin with. Mpeg compression is never an issue and while there is some slight edge enhancement and a little bit of video noise here and there, overall things look pretty good. The colors make it through with reasonable accuracy and most importantly, given what these films are and all, is that the flesh tones look pretty lifelike.


The Dolby Digital Stereo tracks on the two movies is fine. They aren't really dialogue heavy in the first place but you can hear everything that's said without and problems. The background music and occasional sound effect are audible and don't overshadow the actors and actresses as they speak. It's not a particularly remarkable track, but it gets the job done and doesn't ask any questions.


Seduction Cinema has tossed a few tasty extra treats onto this DVD for fans of Ms. Misty. First up is reel or outtakes and bloopers from Vampire's Seduction. While hardly revolutionary, there are a few fun moments in this selection of clips and it's worth checking out once, though I don't know how much replay value it has. Still, it's nice to see the material presented here. Up next is an interview with Tina Krause, who co-stars in both of the features on this disc. She talks about her work on the two movies and her career in general and comes across as a pleasant and well natured woman. Tina's spent a lot of time in the independent cinema scene and this makes for a pretty interesting interview. Aside from that, the usual Seduction Cinema trailer vault is included as well and inside the keepcase is an insert/catalogue containing information on other Seduction Cinema, Retro-Seduction Cinema and Shock-O-Rama releases available from EI.

Final Thoughts:

High art they ain't, but if you've got the hankering for naked ladies showing the goods, then you can't go wrong with this double feature of Misty's Secret/Vampire's Seduction. Plot and story be damned, there are many fine looking women in here and on that level these movies work.. Recommended (in context).

Ian lives in NYC with his wife where he writes for DVD Talk, runs Rock! Shock! Pop!. He likes NYC a lot, even if it is expensive and loud.

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