Halloween has always been — despite the candy and kiddies in cute costumes — the most "adult" holiday on the calendar. And the emphasis on the erotic aspects of the holiday has grown dramatically over the last decade. On the night when ghosts, ghouls, goblins, monsters, mutants — and sexy nurses — gather to celebrate, it's worth noting that many of the classic tales of horror, from vampires to werewolves, have a distinctly erotic element. So, in the Halloween spirit, the mad scientists at SexArt have concocted a very special treat.
"Prince of the Full Moon" begins with a voice-over narration that not only establishes the film's premise, it also offers a symbolic tip of the hat to classic horror films of yore, as well as the creature-feature shows that were once a staple of late-night TV.
Yes, it's a dark and stormy night. And we have a voluptuous and exotic young woman in peril — Aria Salazar making her erotic film debut. Add a mysterious mansion in the middle of nowhere, and its even more mysterious inhabitant, played by William Corazon, and we have all the elements necessary for a night of chills and thrills.
Candles flicker in the dimly lit space. The atmosphere is heavy, ominous, and the attraction between the lost lamb and the mysterious man is instantaneous and overwhelming. Even though one can sense the chill in that vast, gloomy space — a feeling enhanced by periodic flashes of lighting and booming thunder — the sheet the twosome occupy is soon stained with the free-flowing sweat of ravenous passion.
The action here isn't only moody and evocative, it's also particularly athletic — the couple push each other's buttons and each other's limits while transitioning through a plethora of positions ensuring not only their mutual satisfaction, but that of the viewer, as well.
"Prince of the Full Moon" offers many erotic treats, along with a trick or two. Consider yourself warned.
Prince of the Full Moon releases this Thursday, October 25th.