Poor lonely secretary Becky Savage lives a quiet, serene and totally boring life. To escape this dull existence, she fantasizes about being with tall, dark strangers who will take her away and make mad passionate love to her. Such is the storyline for Cathouse Fever.
Her daydreams become vivid to the viewer, sexual enactments of her psychic being. A quiet depressing dinner for one turns into a steamy coupling on the living room floor with Herschel Savage. But, Becky's dreams always come down to reality. At the end of the passion, she is still alone.
She wants it so bad, that she decides to go to Las Vegas and take residence in a cathouse and actually live out some of her fantasies. The madam, played by Rhonda Jo Petty, finds plenty of kinkiness for our secretary turned hooker-for-a day.
From a Cowboy and Indian scene that's right up there with Little Big Horn, to a vast array of scenes with the zany frequenters of the bordello, Cathouse Fever serves as a decent cassette for couples to watch.
However, despite some colorful scenery and interesting camera effects, there are some lighting and dubbing problems that take away from the film. Although these problems prove to be a minor detour, the road to good video entertainment is sometimes rocky.