Two couples go to a secluded cabin in the woods for their vacation, and accidentally unleash an ancient and horny evil from the NecronomiCum Ex-Mortis. In the film, Angel, her boyfriend and another couple head out to a creepy cabin where they have a lot of sex, listen to a mysterious tape and then turn into demons where there's even more sex. Yes, I know that is high praise but the filmmakers obviously wanted to do something special here and it's clear that a lot of love and passion went into the production. The spoof elements are quite funny at times and especially Tommy Pistol's performance as he tries to mirror Bruce Campbell. Even funnier is some of the dialogue early on, which leads to a rather rough threesome.
Evil Head is a American pornographic horror film written and directed by Doug Sakmann,  and co-written by Joanna Angel. For their vacation, Ash , his wife Linda , their friend Scotty , and his wife Shelly travel to an apparently abandoned woodland cabin, where they find a recorder, audio reels, and an old book. Scotty plays one of the reels, which were made by the cabin's owners, Professor Raymond Knowby , and his wife, Henrietta. The reel reveals that the professor and his wife were working on translating the book, a seemingly demonic sex guide known as the Necronomicum Ex-Mortis. While reciting a mantra that he found in the Necronomicum , Knowby seemingly went insane, laughing maniacally as he repeated the words over and over again, awakening an evil force. The group ignores the reel, and while Shelly goes to lie down, Ash, Linda, and Scotty have a threesome in a bedroom. Shelly walks in on the trio and, distraught over Scotty's infidelity, runs out into the forest, where she is violated by possessed trees that turn her into a "Deadite".
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