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The chronically drunk magician Smirnoff (Michael R.Thomas) sends the
Throbbits Dildo (Misty Mundae), Horny (Darian Caine) and Spam (A.J.Khan)
to the Party Pooper Volcano to destroy the legendary, powerful and
corrupting G-string of warrior queen Whorespank (Paige Richards), so that
it doesn#t fall into the wrong hands, like those of evil wizard Sourass
On their way to the volcano, our three Throbbits face many dangers (and
have quite a few sexual encounters), but they also find some friends, like
a barmaid (Ruby Larocca) "who is really a goer", two fairies
(Anoushka, Allanah Rhodes) and warrior princess Araporn (Barbara Joyce),
who even accompanies them.
The last bit of the way though, Dildo goes alone - well, accompanied by
Spam - when suddenly Sourass turns up and demands the G-String. But
somehow, drunk Smirnoff has it made to the volcano as well and defends the
girls in a farting duel in which both wizards perish.
The volcano itself proves to be anti-climactic, it turns out to be
merely a guy in a run-down office who couldn't care less about some fabled
G-string ... but he tosses it away anyhow.
But since the climax was so unexciting, the film's producer (John
Bacchus) allows the girls to have sex with a tree nymph (Juliette Charles)
Lord of the G-String is Seduction Cinema at
its best: an erotic but also genuinely funny and well acted spoof of the
then immensely popular Lord of the Rings films that is at least as
hilarious as it is sexy. The lead actresses Misty Mundae, Darian Caine and
A.J.Khan are all not only good at getting undressed but have a talent for
comedy as well, but the most memorable scenes are probably those with
Michael R.Thomas and John P.Fedele fighting - even despite the facts that
most of the fart jokes are far from funny. Quite obviously, producer John
Bacchus' - otherwise a gifted comedy director - influence can be felt on
this movie, because director Terry M.West's other films are not even half
as good ...