Released: Jan 15th, 2004
Running Time: 83
Director: Tommy Kaye
Company: Multimedia Pictures
Cast: Giselle Connors, Sondra Black, Scott Styles, Others, Leonardo Capri, Adrian Dubois, Robby Beale, Stan Paris, Erin Flynn, Kim Chambers, Tony Long, Michael Ray, Donita Dunes
Critical Rating: AAAA
Kim Chambers fans, people looking for \"something different.\"
Starts arrestingly, with a sepia-toned prologue in 1750 with two guys chasing Kim Chambers through a graveyard and a young woman resurrected from a coffin by a dark-robed gent who she fucks in gratitude.
Forward to 2002, Kim Chambers drives her BMW through the same town, reflecting that not much has changed but the names. She turns into a man and has his/her way with a woman. Then the real woman turns up dead and when the "guy" gets arrested, "he" turns back into Kim Chambers in a jail cell, much to the surprise and delight of cop Donita Dunes, who appears to be Chambers' love/hate nemesis. Dunes captures Chambers and her spirit, in another body, takes on two guys in a barn, illustrating the timeless nature of her lust by repeating, "I fucked your fathers," and illustrating the contemporary nature of the video by getting d.p.'d by the two guys.
Another scene in a coffin-making workshop (not as creepy as one would think) leads to Chambers going up to an attic in a spooky ol' house where Donita and a bunch of guys are waiting. They all strip and get it on.
Fine production values and creative use of vintage (or vintage-appearing) footage and special effects don't compensate for under-use of the clever ideas involving death, rebirth and the supernatural that could have been fully exploited here. The sound went out in the review DVD near the end.