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1979: Mrs Marciello (Dawn Ross) is a very sensual poetry teacher, and
one day, she invites one of her students, Donny (Chris Perez), to her home
to you-know-what ... but wouldn't you know it, at one point Mr Marciello
(Devin Michaels) busts in, and all worked up he strangles Donny to death,
before Mrs Marciello stabs her hubby to death - and all in front of the
Marciellos' kids ...
20 years later: The Marciellos' daughter Nora (Roxanne Michaels) has
grown up to be a poetry teacher herself, and a sexy one, too, while their
son Nikko (Joseph Anthony) has become an idiot who's only good for
handywork, and who's totally controlled by his sister. The two of them
have now made it their mission to rid colleges all over the USA of horny
male students, which always works the same way: Nora uses all her
seductive powers to charm her male students, then persuades them to join
her poetic society, which has its meetings in a nearby cave. Once
there, Nora uses both her nice tits and poetry to further charm them, then
she and her brother slaughter their guests.
At her new college, it's of course no different, it's full of horny
guys who all fall for their teacher, whether they have girlfriends or not,
so she invites them to her cave, either alone or in small groups ... but
eventually she realizes that there is too much to do and too little time,
so she agrees to give a whole frathouse private tutoring,
slaughtering the whole house and quite some visitors too.
Only 2 students have actually become suspicious of Nora, resident nerd
Walter (Andy English) - whom nobody believes because they all think he's
making up some X-Files-style conspiracy theories - and Donna
(Tina Krause) - whom nobody believes because they all think she's just
jealous because Nora has charmed (and later killed) her boyfriend (Mark
In the finale, Walter and Donna and two more students actually manage
to track Nora and Nikko down to her cave, and they even manage to kill
Nikko, but then Walter accidently kills Donna, and in the end Nora proves
to everyone she's still on top of the killing game, and after having
killed all of her opponents here she travels to the next collge to
continue her mission ...
Misty Mundae and William Hellfire play a shagging couple that is killed
while veteran actor Conrad Brooks plays the local police chief, who
doesn't believe one word of Walter's story about the killing poetry
teacher, even though Walter's his son ...
A cheap slasher that has the unmistakeable shot-on-video-look and very
basic gore effedts ... so it is everything but a great film - however, at
the same time the film is not totally without its points of interest: The
idea to turn a very sexy woman like Roxanne Michaels into the killer of
the pic is quite novel (though not new) and having her recite poetry
during her killing sessions is quite a relief from the usual one-liners
serialkillers in other slasher movies torture the audience with. This all
still doesn't make Poetic Seduction a good movie, just a little
more interesting ...