Shy girl shares a room with her sister in a strict boarding school. On her sister's advice, she has sex with her boyfriend, and the two girls get expelled from the institution. Their ... See full summary »
Doreen and her twin brother Dalton develop an odd psychic link. Psychic Natasha explains that Doreen and Dalton were lovers in many of their past lives. Doreen leaves her husband Roger for Dalton. Will Dalton leave his girlfriend Taffy?
A horny young man has sex with Barbara who tells him about her affair with her son. He wonders what it'd be like to hook up with his beautiful sister and their gorgeous mother, while the sister starts thinking about their manly father.
Doctor Max is a dedicated psychiatrist counseling patients with troubled family histories. Through reenactment therapy, his clients re-think their most traumatic sexual experiences. The ... See full summary »
A female friend of a sexually frustrated mother tries broadening her horizons with a sex orgy. Though avoiding it, the new feelings inside her cause her to force herself on her sleeping son. To her amazement, the seduction is mutual.
While Barbara is ashamed of having had sex with her son, Joyce has completely accepted her-own incestuous side. When Barbara starts craving for her other son, she visits Joyce to seek advice only to find her in bed with her-own other son.
Barbara Scott still feels guilty over her incestuous affairs from 10 years ago. Her sons now have families of their own and she now lives with her new husband. When she catches him cheating... See full summary »
Porn auteur extraordinaire James Avalon (aka Mondo Tundra or Kunga Sludge on less prestigious projects) takes the long-running TABOO franchise away from the incest (episodes 1-6) and S&M-tinged mind games (everything since) for its 20th (!) installment. Occasionally overreaching in its ambitions (sci-fi futuristic visions aren't easily accomplished, even on a by 'core standards lavish budget) means the movie may not be Avalon's crowning achievement. While many fans believe that title belongs to LES VAMPYRES, this reviewer's inclined towards the first (of 3) RED VIBE DIARIES until further notice.
The year is 2062 and in the totalitarian society du jour every form of sex is outlawed, including erotic thought which is monitored by the elitist Thought Police, capturing culprits before carnality takes place in a nod to MINORITY REPORT. Top agent Nicole Sheridan (showing remarkable thespian prowess considering her background in mostly wall to wall sexathons) is slated to lure and trap the evil Madame Fetish (exotic Syren, born to be draped in fetish gear) who exploits an underground virtual reality sex club. Sheridan successfully infiltrates and, while initially repulsed by the outlandish goings-on (a color-coded mini parody of Kubrick's 2001 surely being the standout sequence), finds herself gradually drawn into this forbidden netherworld. Taking the step from passive voyeur to active participant, Sheridan has but a split second to ensnare Mme Fetish via mind melding, which is sure to make more sense to all you MATRIX fans out there than it did to me. A mere moment's hesitation will separate her body and mind, granting her the unwarranted freedom of sexual fantasy as her physical remains turn vegetable in the real world.
While considerable attention is paid to plot, there are still a few moments when things don't quite make sense. For instance, as Sheridan begins to question her moral beliefs and frantically masturbates in the real world as she fantasizes about making love to her captain (and, transgressive, real life lover) Voodoo, why isn't the Thought Police banging on her door ? Such inconsistencies might have passed by unnoticed in less story-based carnal capers but are quite jarring here. Splendid production design though with elaborate sets and costumes enhancing some genuinely imaginative sex sequences, though these may actually be somewhat too frantically edited for viewers who prefer a more traditional build-up to the action. This is that porn rarity however, a film first with turn-on potential a not too distant second thought.
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