Released: Jan 03rd, 2008
Running Time: 180 Min.
Director: Pierre Woodman
Company: Woodman Entertainment
Cast: Georges Reno, Wildy, Denis Martin, Matt Bird, Titof, Sunny Jay, Marsha Lord, Georges Uhl, Robert Stangler, Rudboy, Sebastian Barrio, Valery Hilton, Veronica DeSouza, Claudia Adams, Kathy Anderson, Morgan Moon, Hannah (I), Wein Lewis, Alain Deloin, Jean Valjean
Critical Rating: AAAA 1/2
The sexy Saxon saga of Xcalibur, imbedded in the stone, continues in this generously budgeted period piece, set in a time when wenches were ravished as spoils of war and Merlin, Lancelot, King Arthur and other familiar names take part in plunder and poontang. From couples to group sex and anal, inhibitions are few and far between with sex being the most common reprieve from constant fighting.
In addition to the well-written, ribald plot and huge cast, special mention has to be made of the details in the costumes, settings, locations and overall feel of days long gone by. There is nary a hint of anything (other than shaved pussies or the occasional pierced tongue) being anything but authentic. Knights wore armor and chain mail garb, the proverbial Round Table is a central location for pivotal plot issues, even the buildings, courtyards and jousting exhibition are accurate.
A fine musical soundtrack throughout most of the release keeps the feel of the times alive without being overbearing.
A dining room orgy scene with dozens of participants is quite well represented in a feudal sort of macho manner: many of the guys remain dressed, more than a few still in armor, and most of the ladies strip down to service themselves and the warriors as an after-dinner treat. Their numerous moans and groans almost harmonize with the squeaks of the metal armor.
And where there is Merlin (played by Alain Deloin) there is also magic, which appears courtesy of special effects and blue screen manipulation.
Consider this one of those rare releases where sex, although still quite in abundance, is on par with the storyline and overall movie. Sure, the story is familiar to most, but it is also very entertaining and far beyond the usual fuck flick.
Pre-noms: Best Foreign Release. Best Art Direction - Video.
Retailing: This final part of the medieval trilogy delivers an excellent story with a huge cast of Euro-performers. Stock extra strong.
- Dirty Bob