11 January 2018 | lor_
Asia is irresistible
Kicking off Simon Wolf's fantasy trilogy, Asia Carrera as sexy novelist Jennifer Lakewood creates an endearing (and arousing) character whose fictional creations come to life for her and the viewer. With her husband and favorite director Bud Lee in charge, Wolf's unique mixing of animal actors, fantasy, SPFX and erotic content grow better with each installment.
Wolf's screenwriter George Kaplan is effective in acting capacity too, portraying a gruff character (with Kaplan's excellent Sean Connery accent) named James who is caretaker to a lovely, expansive estate Jennifer inherits from her aunt Stephanie.
It turns out that Stephanie was a witch, personified ably by Anna Malle, and Jennifer is heavily influenced in her writing by erotic imaginings spurred by the new locale and Stephanie's familiar, a black cat named Tabitha.
There's not much plot in this first installment of the trilogy, but the sex scenes are strong, beginning with a Civil War era scene from the novel she's writing, in which wounded Confederate Officer Chris Cannon returns home from the war to service lovely Southern belle Julie Meadows with some anal action.
Rayveness brings her authentic Southern accent to her role as a sexually charged lawyer in charge of the aunt's estate, satisfyingly seducing Jennifer when they go sunbathing by her new pool. Joel Lawrence creates the continuing role of Jennifer's literary agent Charles, hot to get in the lady's pants but settling for a torrid threesome with Alexandra Silk and Malle, who is something of an immortal.
Not to be forgotten is one of Lee's loveliest troupers, Cheyenne Silver, imagined humping Steve Hatcher on Jennifer's balcony as the writer falls under the erotic spell of the place.
Climax of Volume One has James putting on his wizard's hat to do battle with Malle's witch persona, given effective visual FX courtesy of Ron Jensen, whose pride in his work (even though this is porn rather than a mainstream project) is evident as he explains how he did it in the DVD's BTS short subject.
Lee is a vastly underrated Adult filmmaker (though not by his industry peers and talent), and as usual directs the show as if it were a "real movie", not just another dollop of explicit sex scenes.