A young, moist, buxom teen vixen finds herself hurled into an odyssey of forbidden sex and unspeakable violence after an innocent evening dabbling in the occult. What started as a simple child’s game has now become a fight for her life! What is this evil that she has summoned from beyond? And why does it have a fro? What kind of horrific acts will she be subjected to? And what price will her super-hot, half-nude friends have to pay.
As they proclaim with great celebration…….”he’s a mothaf*ckin puppet!” Ya if there is one thing to add to celebrating 2009 it’s the release of “Black Devil Doll”…crude, lewd and 100% dude! This micro budget release will fool most watchers as the level of editing work and great bonus clips are far above the mark making it a pretty enjoyable experience. Pop in segues include psychedelia combined with montage sequences.
Now if alot of naked women and racially incorrect jokes bother you then yunno, stick with “Return to Witch Mountain”. But if you don’t mind putting smile on your face with a pretentious over the top puppet then have at it. The feature boasts an X-rating, though more as a homage than an actuality (no “Real penetration shots). In fact an X-rating seems to be as much of thing of the 70’s as the term itself. But don’t let thing fool ya, there is scene after scene of “Black Devil Doll” getting it on with naked nubile females that I can only guess were hired straight out of a strip club. There acting performance are winy, air headed and poor but their real purpose here to show off some hot body action on screen hits the mark dead on. Did any one say “Twister”? yep we get some of that in here too…. brilliant and pretty humorously hot to watch.
BDD feasts proudly in its retro style concoction. From the get go you are welcomed with old school blaxploitation like cartoons and funny little add on animated portions. The title section alone is done with alot of style and pays an homage slightly to James Bond titles and 70’s intro credits. This of course is all before the movie even starts. Getting into the premise, Heather (Heather Murphy) sits alone bored as usual. Awaiting a sex orgy or girl or girl party can get frustrating while waiting for the festivities to begin. Heather grabs the Ouija board (conveniently sitting front of her) and dinks around.
When the Ouija board dabbling goes wicked, the spirit of Mubia Abdul Jama pops into the closest inanimate object and transforms it into a possessed loud mouthed sex machine. Shortly after releasing the demon doll, they develop a ongoing relationship. Doll on chick action and plenty of outings and foreplay ensues. This new found relationship pisses off former boyfriend “White-T” to the point of him stalking the 2 and planning a whoop ass session to put down the wooden midget.
Oh ya plenty of puppet on bitches sexing goes down on a pretty frequent basis on screen with each and every hot female that arrives. Whether the Demon doll is slipping roofies or sneaking up for a good time, he keeps it real by having his way with them and then killing them off. Natasha (Natasha Talonz) who has the roundest ta-tas i’ve seen on screen gets a rather extended part that starts with her taking a shower for the entire day. Afterwards Black Devil comes a calling for a heavy round of doll on girl action.
The elongated car washing scene is hilarious as 4 hot mamas soap up, rub down and even clean the car a bit too. You really have to put it all into perspective to get the full gist here, but lets just say Shawn Lewis has alot of fun with this film and this scene in particular.
The score is well placed with several original retro style songs. “The Giallos Flame” is credited as the film’s score composers
I think its pretty fair to say that Director / Producer Shawn Lewis is on to something here that I’m sure will have folks begging for sequels soon after. Rotton Cotton is properly promoted through out almost too literally but they did help fund the bill…so no harm there. Even in the horror genre it’s important for folks to have fun with subject matters and not take things always so literal. For that reason alone it makes this a great film, but for most reasons..it just simply is!