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In the tradition of The Erotic Witch Project and Play Mate of the Apes, the softcore specialists at Seduction Cinema are at it again with this erotic spoof of the blockbuster ghost film The Sixth Sense. It is difficult to find fault with any film which sends up the original's most famous line with "I see dead strippers...," and The Sexy Sixth Sense should not disappoint fans of the studio's extensive video line, providing the requisite amount of flesh and ribald humor which made the series a hit at fraternity parties from coast to coast. Josh Robinson stars as Frances, a lonely young man who has the ability to see the spirit world. What he sees are the ghosts of lesbian go-go dancers having sex with each other, prompting him to visit a beautiful psychiatrist. The film is loaded with both sex and silliness, including the obligatory whipped cream and syrup, as well as a bit featuring director Terry M. West (Blood for the Muse) as a clown, but the real selling point of this film is the Seduction Cinema women. The usual suspects are all here and naked, including Darian Caine, Esmerelda DeLarocca, and Jade DuBoir, but the show is stolen by Barbara Joyce (Dr. Horror's Erotic House of Idiots) as the gorgeous psychiatrist who asks Frances, "And you want me to help you get rid of them?" only to be told "What are you, crazy? I want you to tell me how I can make 'em do stuff." Genre fans might do better to seek out some of the studio's more enthusiastic efforts, but this one is good enough to keep most casual viewers entertained. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi