Night Magic is a film that has a natural magic all its own – which makes every sensuous, enthralling and intensely erotic moment the ultimate in believability. The dialogue is quite good, the settings impressive and the music perfectly tempoed for every scene.
The story opens with three couples anticipating, through fantasies, the sexual possibilities that might occur during a planned, upcoming weekend romp in the woods. There’s the beautiful and dark-haired Stephanie Taylor, and young, mischievous Tom Byron, plain-Jane physical therapist Honey Wilder, who thinks all bodies are alike and ready for action and English lit student Eric Edwards; and voluptuous, quick-witted Lisa DeLeeuw and Paul Thomas, who’s interested in just about anything.
After a long trip, the three couples reach their cabin. They begin to indulge in the uninhibited dreams of delight; their bodies waiting to explode at the slightest touch. And an orgy finale leaves the viewer incredibly satisfied.
There’s lots of highlights here. For her first lesbian experience, Lisa DeLeeuw approaches Honey Wilder with all-innocence, only to find Honey is about to provide the education of a lifetime in a woman-on-woman tongue match. Meanwhile Eric Edwards is playing the gallant Petrucchio to Lisa DeLeeuw’s Kate (from Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew). To fondle or not to fondle is the question.
Tom Byron dreams of coaching an all-girl softball team, so he hits a homer when Honey, Stephanie and Lisa score a triple play in the locker room. And Thomas and Taylor fantasize about winning a blue ribbon in a horse race. You see, they both agree that if the horse likes the way the jockey is riding her, she won’t just run for love.
It’s post-time and this movie is a real winner!