Paul (Richard Harrison) is researching a tribe when his wife (Nieves Navarro!) falls for one of their women named Haini (Lucia Ramirez, Porno Holocaust) and brings her back to civilization. And then, for some reason, Haini picks up a guy at a bar and has a fantasy of killing him with a machete because hey — this is a Joe D’Amato movie.
The main moral of Sex And Black Magic is if you’re a rich white couple and you try and have a three-way romance with someone with connections to the ancient world of the occult, you know, don’t throw her away.
Also known as Voodoo Baby, the real star of the show is the Stelvio Cipriani soundtrack which is way better than it has any right to be.
I mean, I’m doing an entire week of D’Amato movies so you know that I love him. One of the reasons why is movies like this that present to you two options at once. Most movies only give you cannibalism and human sacrifice or they are filled with erotic content. Only Joe would decide that you need to need to have both. You might not be ready for that, but you’re going to get it.