An "upscale" straight-to-video erotic feature that has little to do with H.G. Wells's classic, THE EXOTIC TIME MACHINE has an intentionally ridiculous time-traveling scenario punctuated by a series of sexual encounters.
Time-machine employee Daria (Gabriella Hall) accidentally transports her co-worker/boyfriend Leon (Joseph Daniels) into the time of King Louis XVI (Buck O'Brian). Leon witnesses the King's wife Marie Antoinette (Nikki Fritz) making love to her servant girl Mimi (Tiffany Gonzalez). Marie Antoinette
discovers Leon and, believing he's a spy for her husband, seduces him while Mimi watches. The King discovers them and has Leon locked up. Daria transports herself back in time to find Leon, but mistakenly goes back to the times of Aladdin. She resets the machine and lands in the King's bedroom.
While Daria deals with the perverted King, Mimi frees Leon, who makes love to her. Daria finds Mimi and Leon, and the trio enter the time transporter. They land in a prohibition-era bar, where they have an encounter with Al Capone (Andre Lemay). Fleeing Capone, the trio land back in their
laboratory, where it becomes apparent that Mimi's time-traveling from her own era to the present has changed history, and there have been a total of four World Wars. Mimi is sent back to her time, and Daria transports herself and Leon 15 minutes into the future--into her bedroom.
Delivering what it sets out to, THE EXOTIC TIME MACHINE contains surprisingly graphic erotic sequences for the rather timid straight-to-video market. Director Felicia Sinclair exhibits only the most rudimentary filmmaking skills, but luckily for her, adult films don't rely on script, plot, acting,
or technical quality. The generously endowed and highly attractive cast of actresses perform with verve, particularly rising straight-to-video star Gabriella Hall (SHADOW DANCER, SEXUAL ROULETTE), who even shows some acting talent. New starlet Tiffany Gonzalez, while not an acting talent, would
seem to have what it takes to make it in the adult film world. Most amusing are Buck O'Brian, who portrays King Louis as a walking erection with a tattoo, and Nikki Fritz, who essays a Marie Antoinette with implants. (Extensive nudity, sexual situations.)
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- Released: 1998
- Rating: R
- Review: An "upscale" straight-to-video erotic feature that has little to do with H.G. Wells's classic, THE EXOTIC TIME MACHINE has an intentionally ridiculous time-traveling scenario punctuated by a series of sexual encounters. Time-machine employee Daria (Gabrie… (more)