Synopsis by Fred Beldin
A very dysfunctional family is saved through the intervention of some erotic magic in this typically top-heavy Russ Meyer soap opera. Burt (Stuart Lancaster) is married to the adulterous Angel (Alaina Capri), who routinely humiliates him for his impotence. Lana (Karen Ciral) is Burt's teenage daughter by a previous marriage, and she hates her wicked stepmother as much as she pities her emasculated father. Angel takes up with Stone (Pat Wright), a muscle-bound Lothario who makes it a habit to service a variety of unsatisfied wives in their tiny community (he also has plans for the lovely, underage Lana). The household is a spiteful, loveless place until one day when Burt takes a ride through the forest and is accosted by a beautiful, mysterious sorceress (Haji) who can only be seen and touched by humans one day a year. The ancient witch seduces Burt and awakens his virility, which he then takes home to reclaim his wayward wife and put a stop to Stone's reckless womanizing.
betrayal, impotence [lack of power], sex, spouse, wife