Movie: Dangerous Passions
A laughable "mystery-thriller" purportedly from Playboy, Dangerous Passions is (as of May, 2006) out-of-print in the U.S. and Canada and only available as a Region 3 DVD. And while the storyline or acting isn't exactly going to inspire anyone to hunt it down, the graphic softcore sex scenes and rather attractive (female) cast may entice.
Starring Randy Spears as a rather unlikable flatfoot trying to solve the mystery behind a Hollywood record producer's murder, the movie really just seems to be reaching for ways to have it's central characters knock boots. Spears hooks up with his hot wife, Wendy Rice (who generates a good amount of heat despite being heavily tattooed and mightily miscast) as well as the deceased's mourning bi-sexual wife played by softcore veteran Julia Kruis. In the background of all of this, we see flashbacks of Kruis with the record producer, who was also schtooping his sexy office assistant, Jezebelle Bond.
But Kruis, as mentioned before, is bi-sexual, (as all women are in these direct-to-video flesh fests) so we're treated to a couple instances of her being "instructed" by her tennis coach Nakita Cash.
With so many people getting frisky, there's plenty of suspects in the sleazy producer's death, but the big reveal will probably surprise no one, although it's a very notable scene in that, right during the climax of the picture, director Adams makes the insane decision to cut to a sex scene flashback! Talk about filling your quota!