The Erotic Ghost 2005 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
If you are as big a fan of Darian Caine as I am, this is the movie you have to own. Former Penthouse Pet (hey, I read it on the movie summary) Tammy Parks may get top billing, but The Erotic Ghost is all about the incredible Miss Caine, who delivers her hottest performance ever. With the help of Jade Duboir, a blindfold, and a, um, let’s call it a foreign object, Darian absolutely sizzles. As if this isn’t enough (and it is), there’s even a decent story built around the sex scenes. Darian plays Doris, a bored, frustrated (in more ways than one) housewife with a whining loser of a husband named Robert. All of a sudden, she begins seeing a ghost (Tammy Parks), who does indeed turn out to be of the erotic variety. Throw in a couple of female devils, and Doris’ dreary days are a thing of the past. As an added bonus, although it might not seem so at first as it takes away from Darian’s screen time, we get a close look at Doris’ husband’s job. While we get some typical John Bacchus screwball characters in the form of a mailboy wearing a perpetual face mask, a baseball fanatic sporting greasepaint under his eyes and a baseball bat in his hands at all times, and Kimbo the syphilitic stricken balloon sales gorilla, the comically dysfunctional nature of the office experience actually resonates in a really weird yet pretty comical way. Robert is cursed with a sneaky, unethical co-worker determined to steal his job and make fun of him while doing so, and we watch his mental decline (it’s not a long trip) progress to a point where he decides to take matters into his own hands. His punishment is most unusual, and his bad day goes from bad to worse when he arrives home. This secondary story actually makes some sense and provides a funny take on office life.
The Erotic Ghost is one of Seduction Cinema’s best overall films, featuring wacky but somehow meaningful comedy alongside the amazingly hot performance of Darian Caine. The behind-the-scenes feature included on the DVD is also well worth watching; it’s even funnier than the movie and almost as sexy. The work (and hilarious bloopers) that went into producing the movie’s sexiest of scenes is highly entertaining and informative. Cast and crew always have a great time making one of these Bacchus movies, and it shows in the finished product. You also get interviews with Darian Caine and Tammy Parks, as well as a number of trailers for other Seduction Cinema productions. At its core, The Erotic Ghost is just another silly, low-budget erotic movie with no redemptive value whatsoever, but it sure is a lot of fun to watch.