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A murderous couple commit a series of sex related murders while two police detectives investigate the crimes.

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Arthur
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Natalie
Paul Michael Robinson ...
Tony
Michelle von Flotow ...
Barbara
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Lance
Rigg Kennedy ...
Jules
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Jeff
Rudy Mettia ...
Jason
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Avery
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Kyle
Laura Rose ...
Erin
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Celia
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Jack Mosler
Sean Thomas ...
Bartender
Marc Vahanian ...
Bill
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Storyline

Dead bodies are piling up, and the leads the two LA homicide cops have point to Barbara, business manager for a successful architectural firm she runs with her husband Lance. The dead men were interns at the firm, and each of them was Barbara's lover (kept in a classy flat she owns and observed via closed-circuit TV by the applauding Lance). Kyle is Barbara's latest intern and lover, and he may be in danger. He also starts to fall in love with Barbara, and the feeling may be mutual. In the background are Erin, Lance and Barbara's myopic administrative assistant, and Tony, Kyle's one-time roommate who also knows Barbara. Can the cops solve this before too many more die? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Their Sex Games Have No Boundaries

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Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for strong sexual content, some violence and language | See all certifications »
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15 May 2001 (USA)  »

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Virtually all of the film was directed by Fred Olen Ray sans credit. See more »

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Features 976-Evil II (1991) See more »

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Another mundane, LA erotic thriller featuring a weak murder mystery between the simulated sex scenes.
30 June 2003 | by (Colorado Springs) – See all my reviews

Just another in the cycle of low-cost, late-night cable thrillers designed to titillate suburban subscribers with heavy breathing and soap opera story lines. This one features some quirky add-on scenes featuring Ice-T as an investigating cop. The sexual activity is rather bland for this kind of thing, since there's not much variety in the sexual episodes and the male lead is rather fey. Not one of the better choices in this category.


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