Released: Dec 01st, 1991
Running Time: 70
Director: Jim Enright
Distribution Companies: Zane Entertainment
Cast: Tom Byron, Marlena Riche, Monique Hall, Scott Irish, Teri Diver
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Despite the slick credits in the beginning, this proves to be a ho-hum humper. It's 1991, folks; we've long since put men on the moon, mastered the art of organ transplants and can have computers do our banking. Is it naive of me to hope that porn plots should progress too? This one utilizes the old "ESP/sex on the brain" ploy and shoves Tom Byron and Scott Irish - the only two males in sight - into the roles of zany scientists who act like jerks. Luckily, the ladies in the cast aren't as flat as their jokes. The guys test the above-mentioned gal for ESP power, and before you know it, they're fucking and sucking...'cause the gals can read all of the dirty thoughts on the guys' minds, y'know.
Byron has two condom-clad sex scenes, one with K.C. Williams and the other with newcomer Marlena Riche. [Ed.: Bravo for depicting safe sex!] There's a rather nice girl/girl between Williams and Teri Diver as the two read each other's thoughts (and bodies), first in folding chairs, then shifting to a sweaty 69 on the sofa. Luckily, the heat of the individual sex encounters rises above the ridiculous threadbare story. And if you're into the new meat, then Diver, Hall and Riche are bound to please. A teaser for the body, not the mind.