Director(s): Thomas J. Moose (Zombie Toxin) Writer(s): Andy Sawyer Starring: Misty Mundae, Anoushka, A.J. Kahn Despite appearing to be just another standard Seduction Cinema movie, The Girl Who Shagged Me is much different. Sure, it’s filled with sex and goofiness, but the entire concept for producing the movie was conceived and executed entirely unlike just about […]
Thomas J. Moose (Zombie Toxin)
Writer(s): Andy Sawyer
Starring: Misty Mundae, Anoushka, A.J. Kahn
Despite appearing to be just another standard Seduction Cinema movie, The Girl Who Shagged Me is much different. Sure, it’s filled with sex and goofiness, but the entire concept for producing the movie was conceived and executed entirely unlike just about every single movie Seduction Cinema has produced since its inception.
EI Independent Cinema’s Michael Raso must’ve really respected enjoyed Thomas J. Moose’s Zombie Toxin seven years back, because the amount of faith Raso showed in the man is shocking. Moose is a director based out of Britain, with British humor firmly etched into his mind. Now instead of bringing Moose to America and having him work with Seduction’s usual roster of John Link and nondescript male actors, Raso decided to do something differently.
From the looks of it, Raso approved a script, sent Moose a check somewhere in the low-mid-five figures, and sent over actresses Misty Mundae, Anoushka, and A.J. Kahn to England. Hell, Kahn’s footage may have actually been filmed in America, as her part is virtually nonexistent. From there, Moose was told to make his vision come alive.
The confidence that Raso had in Moose truly paid off. Sure, The Girl Who Shagged Me is criminally short, with the “Unrated Super Sexy Edition” of the movie running at a slim seventy-five minutes. And yes, much of the runtime is spent with sex scenes, while other scenes peppered throughout have no real semblance to the plot. But hell, it’s enjoyable, and that’s all that counts.
Misty Mundae, who I can honestly say didn’t irritate me for the first time in well over a year, plays Agent Johnson. A British agent, she is sent in on special assignment when it is discovered that an evil scientist and his paid tramp have unearthed a cavewoman that developed the power of irresistibility to women. This story is told through a series of hilarious hieroglyphics. Also on the trail of the scientist are a professor and his friend, who also feel the need to stop him.
And that’s the extent of the plot. But this is a Seduction Cinema movie, so what counts is the softcore. While I’m usually the first to fast-forward through extended sex scenes, I didn’t do that much during The Girl Who Shagged Me. That’s mostly because Moose follows a formula that Seduction should almost always use.
When a couple is having sex, or a single person is enjoying their body, there is always something else going on. There’s a slapstick sex scene under the guise of a porno video that delivers laughs, while Misty Mundae fantasizes about two random women during her scene. Without diversions like these, the movie would have a much lower score, as the only thing I could enjoy would be the comedy. And even that is lacking at a few points here.
DVD: Usual Seduction DVD, which means that it brings the goods. There’s a behind the scenes feature, which has a good running time for its topic. Then “Misty Goes to London” tracks Misty’s European travels. She even mentions in this featurette that she’s not even in most of the movie, and got to spend a lot of time in London as a result. There’s a long series of Outtakes & Bloopers that probably should’ve been trimmed, some interviews, and then the usual assortment of trailers.
Kudos to Raso and the very small crew behind The Girl Who Shagged Me.