Okay, here's what we think this movie is about: Gina Lynn, by way of playing around with a Ouija board (because scripter Dcypher couldn't think of something more hackneyed, we guess), gets possessed by a spirit who feeds off of sex. This spirit, "Him," (Lee Stone) turns her into a total raging nympho, making her fuck anything that moves, just about, until he gains enough power to leave her body, and enter the world on his own. Of course, the experience has turned Lynn into an utter loony, causing her to be committed to an insane asylum where she spills the whole story to doctor George Kaplan, who may or may not be what he appears. (Dum, dum, dum ...)
So The Exorcist it ain't (and the monotonous piano theme that plays over and over again ad nauseum throughout really doesn't counteract that fact) - but there is some mighty fine fuckin' to be found here, at least, as director Andre Madness can usually be relied upon to deliver. Lynn has two great scenes: her opener with Stone, in which she hangs onto a thick metal chain tied to her bedpost, clenching and yanking it in pleasure, while Stone bangs her mish-style; and later, a puss-munching sesh with exotic Justine which leads to more hide-the-salami with onlooker Trevor Zen.
There are quite wankable pole-slidin' showings, as well, by newbie Bianca Pureheart and vet Jessica Darlin. And for a little chuckle, see actor George Kaplan expound upon the technique he learned from Marlon Brando and Telly Savalas in the DVD's featurette.