You just can't keep a good demoness down, and the same beastie causing all the commotion in The Bare Wench Project comes back to cause more trouble in this sequel. Four college co-eds were lost in the woods while doing a search on the local legend the Bare Wench; they were never seen again, and Nikki (Nikki Fritz), whose twin sister (also known as Nikki – apparently Mom and Dad had other things on their mind) was lost, organizes a search party to find them. However, it isn't long before Nikki and friends also encounter the dreaded Bare Wench (Julie Strain), and before you know it frightened naked women are making their way through the woods like squirrels from a rifle shot.
After The Erotic Witch Project (1999) created such a buzz among sexploitation fans worldwide, one should have guessed that just like the Hollywood version that a sequel would be inevitable . Darian Caine re-appears as an erotically possessed survivor from part one, who seduces all who come in contact with her. A reporter and her very funny, wise-cracking camera man show-up at the local `Khan Institute for Mental Health', to find the story of the missing girls, and end up in an orgy of "…panting, pleasure soaked sex machines". Along with the hot lesbo action comes the return of an…ape, and a local town cop trying to solve the case…that took place in Bacchusville Woods.
Force Majeure (2004). "Force Majeure" is the sixth official output by Germany's Solar Project. At least nominally, "Force Majeure" features four compositions. Two of them, the 29-minute Thunderstorm and the 19-minute title track of the album, are divided into several parts-tracks, most of which fluidly flow from one to another. The archetype of Solar Project's music is Space Rock or, to be more precise, the artifact of classic symphonic Space Rock, which, just like the artifacts of any other musical genres and directions, exists at least in those informational channels that cross our planet's position in space and time…
The Benoit Freeman Project 2 is an collaboration album by American pianist David Benoit and American Guitarist Russ Freeman released in 2004, and recorded for the Peak label. The album reached #7 on Billboard's Jazz chart. Russ Freeman also serves as leader and frontman for the Rippingtons.
After the Symphonic debacle of the late 70's and a bit more than a decade of a different approach to Progressive Rock called Neo Prog, Symphonic movement started to resurrect but this time not in UK or in the most faithful country to the classical sound as Italy, it was in Scandinavia and more specifically in the cold Sweden. Bands like Änglagård and The Flower Kings re-created the original spirit of the early 70's with great perfection and extreme care but people rarely mention Pär Lindh Project, not only one of the main re-creators of the early style but a band that went back in history for the search of their roots, most precisely to the late Gothic Religious music of the XII and XIV Centuries with his dark haunting organ solos without forgetting the sober influence of the Baroque period.
Two DVD over two and a half hours of material that is a masterclass in performance and knowledge. Neal Scryer has been described as the most influential mentalist since Annemann. Both Richard Webster and Neal Scryer were the first recipients of the "Annemann Award" for their highly sought after books featuring the works of Scryer. Material from these seven books are now in the repertoires of almost every professional mentalist around the world. What makes Neal Scryer's material so popular is that they use regular objects, and many use no props and can be performed completely impromptu.