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Night Moods

Released: Sep 01st, 1985
Running Time: 81
Director: Drea (I)
Company: AVC
Cast: Zena, Chanel Price, Steve Drake, Jacqueline Lorians
Critical Rating: A
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: A

There seems to be a plethora of hot detective XXX features coming out these days, and this is one more to add to the pile.  Unfortunately, I mean the trash pile.  Night Moods is unimaginative, slow-moving and dull.  The story is yet another undercover epic, about a private investigator who is hired by a brother and sister trying to cut their sister out of their father’s will.  They hope that they can prove she’s an immoral slut, and inherit everything themselves.

They sleep with each other, the investigator sleeps with everyone, and there are a number of thoroughly expected plot twists.  The sex itself is uninspired.  We’ve seen it all before, you know?  The pairings are all straightforward, the scenes are far too long, especially considering the total lack of creativity among the participants, and the acting is often very poor.

Take attractive Jacqueline Lorians, for example.  She is unable to arouse the audience while painstakingly taking on Steve Drake. It looks like they shot it without editing at all and neither participant looks as though they are enjoying the sex.

Night Moods will put you in a sleepy mood, if any mood at all.  Try something else.


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