Cara Loft (geddit?) is enticed by Dr. Scrotus (har!) to complete her dead father’s quest, and travels through desert and jungle in the quest to reunite “the legendary womb idols of creation.” she is shadowed by Natasha, an equally hot-bodied spy who (surprise, surprise) has the hots for her.
I can’t believe a summary was necessary. Anyway, this looks like what would happen if writers of fan fiction were given a camcorder and a travel budget. Lauren Hays can pass visually for Lara Croft, and kudos for a real attempt at creating a sense of exotic locations and sets. As an adventure, this is pretty dull, though. As erotica, it’s even duller. To make things worse, there is an unrated version out there, making this R version completely futile.
The sound is stereo as far as I can tell, but has no surround presence at all. There isn’t any distortion, but there isn’t anything to write home about either. The music doesn’t sound bad, in a pseudo-Delerium sort of way.
Shot on video and looking it, this has a decent colours and a sharp enough image, but there is also a fair bit of pixelation to deal with. In other words, the picture quality is more or less what you have on your camcorder at home. It still looks professional, however.
The disc is “Loaded with Extras!” according to the case. That load consists of a standard-issue making-of featurette, a gallery of production shots, and some trailers. Wow. The menu is fully animated and scored, but loads with an unskipable trailer.
As far as ideas for soft-core parodies go, this one has more potential than most, given that the video game character is halfway there already, as far as the visuals go. But this is far too neutered to work as effective sleaze.