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Plot: A beautiful but horny and neglected Beverly Hills wife hires a hot young stud as a gardener. It eventually gets through to her husband that some hanky-panky may possibly be going on, and he begins to spy on her.
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Worth seeing despite its flaws
This movie belongs to Ty Randolph, who pulls off an acting coup in her portrayal of the seamless fusion of dominance and dependence in the personality of a predator, Charlotte Morland, who goes after the newly hired houseman Chris (played by Ken Abraham) while her despicable husband Stuart Morland (Jan Michael Vincent), who is only home on weekends, strings along his trampy secretary until he can decide “what to do with my wife” and Chris’s sweet, not-too-bright girlfriend Michelle (Linnea Quigley), who loves Chris very much, can’t wait to hook up with him in his new digs.
The result is a triple triangle: the Morlands and his secretary; the same Morlands and Chris; and Charlotte, Chris, and Michelle. What could possibly go wrong?
Although one part of the ending is revealed early on, it doesn’t spoil the final twists. Quigley is adorable and believable, making you want to keep Michelle from harm; Vincent’s one-note performance I judge to be good because every time Morland speaks I hate him more; and Jack Carter is good as Morland’s lawyer though Ruth Collins is wooden as his secretary. Just for Ty Randolph and the final surprises, I think this movie is worth seeing despite its flaws.
The main weak spot is Chris, in two areas: script and casting. The Morlands are domineering people who make things happen; but the story is centered on Chris, a guy things happen to. With every development you’re thinking he should know better. And the actor, Ken Abraham, can’t seem to find the character–he wanders through various character types and fails to react at critical points. There’s a good deal of movie-maker artifice too, especially the intrusive fantasy clips; they work when they tell us Chris fantasizes Michelle in all situatins, but the ones with Michelle Bauer as the “goddess of sex” confuse the story.
Vintage late 80’s straight-to-video erotic thriller trash
Beautiful, but horny and neglected Beverly Hills wife Charlotte Moreland (well played by foxy brunette cougar Ty Randolph) puts the moves on hot young stud gardener Chris Thompson (likable hunk Ken Abraham). Meanwhile, Charlotte’s slimy businessman husband Stewart (Jan-Michael Vincent at his most cranky and sleazy) tries to figure out a way to divorce her without losing half of everything he owns. Director David DeCoteau relates the pleasingly lurid story at a snappy pace while pouring on the delicious gratuitous female nudity and scorching soft-core sex with highly satisfying frequency. Perky cutie Linnea Quigley supplies loads of charm and energy as Chris’ sweet aspiring actress girlfriend Michelle (and she gets naked several times as well!). The ever-scrumptious Michelle Bauer provides yummy additional bare distaff skin in the tailer-made role of the Female Spirit of Sex. Jack Carter contributes a lively turn as shrewd lawyer Evan Weiss. A pronounced voyeuristic element gives the picture an extra trashy impact. Richard Gabai’s perfectly seamy script comes through with a decent surprise bummer ending. Both Thomas L. Callaway’s glossy cinematography and Del Casher’s moody score are on the money solid. Good junky fun.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 22 min (82 min)
Genre Drama, Thriller
Director David DeCoteau
Writer Richard Gabai, Tony Malanowski (additional dialogue)
Actors Jan-Michael Vincent, Jack Carter, Mindi Miller, Linnea Quigley
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Stereo
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 16 mm
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm