Humankind has almost reached extinction. Only one male remains, with two females and a human-like catgirl. Of course, the labor now is to repopulate Earth, so the male has to do his job. But along with having sex almost every day they have to reclaim lands of another species living on the Earth, so the sex-battles must commence.
Lunatic Night is an epic parody with ridiculous comedy and an outrageous plot. Sure, it might not be something to spank your monkey to, but it will certainly choke some naughty laughs out of your chicken. "Bok... bok... bokcock!"
Although the story of Lunatic Night is epic, don't try to follow it. Because it will only make your head spin. No. Just kidding. There is no story. But it is epic, and it will make your head spin.
It starts with a very cliche mundane plot then throws you into "epicness" while flashing you with some ecchi scenes and slaps you across the face with parodies. World Wars, pyramids, lost civilizations, biblical references, floating castles, cat girls, Amazon women, fighting mecha robots with shooting vaginas. Yes. It's just that type of hentai. Insane, silly, hilarious, and nonsensical. But watch it with your doors locked because it is explicit with in-your-face sexual connotations that you just can't ignore.
With a mish-mash of slap-stick characters, Lunatic Nights tends to throw the viewers off. At the center is your average Joe protagonist, a blonde haired high school student who reads manga. Through the introduction of his friend (or foe) He is suddenly surrounded by a harem of females: cat girl, traditional Japanese maiden, and a tomboy with wings, all of them with unexpected transformations. They suddenly embark on a journey to either rule or destroy the world. Then you have your antagonist who is ambiguously portrayed as either friend or foe. His face is always hidden behind a smiling mask and his motives, unclear. He has his own harem as well. The two factions battle each other with silliness as different worlds collided and chaos reigns. In additions to the two opposing factions, there are a number of side characters who make brief appearances who are just as crazy and hilarious.
Even with so much hilarity, art and animation is one of its short-comings. The 3 episode OVA was made in the late nineties, so you'll have to forgives its simplicity. As you can expect, there are not a lot of details that went into the private areas, the animation is not smooth, and there are a lot of abnormalities in the art. So it really doesn't make it that much greater even if it is uncensored. But that is okay, because it is a comedy first, hentai second.
Character voicing was rather good. Each character was befitting of its voice. The music wasn't anything memorable. The sounds and FX are dated and sometimes rather odd and off cue, but that just adds to the humor that is Lunatic Nights.
Overall, if your looking for some naughty cheap laughs, then watch Lunatic Nights. It'll have you going "WTF?!" in a humorous way. I certainly found it hilarious.read more