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4.0 out of 5 stars

on 12 August 2014
Lets keep it simple. If you love girl on girl softcore and you don't mind a bit of silicon here and there, then you will probably want this movie and watch it more than once. The g-g events must make up at least 70% of it's running time and there are about 6 or 8 different girls involved. Enough said?
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VINE VOICEon 26 December 2007
Although this is not quite a sequel to George Freeway's "My Vampire Lover" (a.k.a. "K-Sex"), there are parallels that suggest that the original film's premise, a lesbian vampire preying on unsuspecting young women, has evolved a little. Chip the cable guy has morphed into Carl the ex-cable guy, now vampire hunter. Carl is played by Clancy Fitzsimmons (a.k.a. John Fedele) who turns in an impressively manic performance. "Sex Hex" is also written and directed by George Freeway who, as in "My Vampire Lover", also has a minor role in the proceedings here.

Sabrina Faire takes the lead as the mysterious Diane. A seemingly innocent secretary, she is in fact a vampire who satiates herself by gorging on the psychic sexual energy of her victims. To this end we have Jackie Stevens, AJ Khan, Darian Caine, Sativa Verte and Molly Heartbreaker as her unwitting prey. Diane is seen at various points topping up her power by means of ritualistic witchery. Thus powered up, she is able to telepathically pair her victims up for lesbian capers that we can all enjoy. Unless, of course, you prefer your lesbian vampire stories to be a little more traditional. There are no fangs, no blood, and our leading vamp takes no part in the couplings that she arranges. She's quite the voyeur, though, and she takes her clothes off quite frequently, too.

All the aforementioned ladies are lovely to behold, but the sex scenes are marred by the overuse of soft filter. This has the effect of blurring too much of the picture frame. Although the action is not impeded by this, it is disconcerting at times. I wish makers of sex films would stop with the visual effects: that's not why we buy them, guys.

As for the comedy, John Fedele is quite adept at this having had bags of experience on many of Seduction Cinema's offerings, both as an actor and as a director of photography. He is particularly good at playing the socially awkward, nitwit (see "Vampires Seduction", "Vampire Vixens" and "Mistress of Frankenstein" for other examples of this). In "Sex Hex", he can be seen hurling sexual obscenities at his pencil sharpener. . . .

Molly Heartbreaker is definitely my favourite tattooed lady. Her look has a gothic appearance to it that would suggest that she perhaps would have been more suited to the lead role. This is not to suggest that Sabrina Faire puts in a poor performance, far from it. It's just that Molly has the more standard look of a vampire, but she ends up playing a psychiatrist. Sabrina looks more like a psychiatrist, but ends up playing a vampire. However, we are rewarded in the bonus material with a naked Molly Heartbreaker showing us her tattoos. She obviously has a thing for fire as she has tattooed flames at various points on her body, "This is my burning bush," she explains. And very nice it is too. The bonus material also includes a behind the scenes featurette and an interview with Sabrina Faire.

If you enjoy cheap, soft-core sex comedies such as those mentioned above, then you'll probably enjoy this. If you don't, you probably won't.
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