Scandalous Sex is a "couples erotica" offering that takes place
at a college. Rich and popular Beverly Lynne is president of a
sorority and wants to buy a new house. She is using all of her
charms to keep the real estate agent from selling to someone else
while she waits for approval from the national office. Meanwhile,
Jessica Drake shows up as a transfer student, and wants the house
herself. We soon find out why. Her late father owned the place
before he was framed for a rape, had his scientific research ripped
off, and later committed suicide. A night in shining armor arrives
in the form of perennial student Brad Bartram who knows how to work
the system, and is enamored of Jessica Drake. The villain in all of
this is the head of the science department, who had been a grad
student under Drake's father, and who took credit for all of his
work. He is a world class asshole.
Based on genre
standards, this is a solid effort. Beverly Lynne is adorable here,
and Brad Bartram can act as well. Most important, the photography
shows the body parts and actions rather than obscuring them.
The film falls short of a genre classic because the sex is a little tepid, and the story is
in equal parts far-fetched and predictable.
If you are not familiar with our grading system, you need to
explanation, because the grading is not linear. For example, by
our definition, a
C is solid and a C+ is a VERY good movie. There are very few Bs
and As. Based on our descriptive system, this film is a:
- Summer Fields, as the raped student, briefly shows her breasts.
- Jessica Drake, Beverly Lynne, Felicia Fox and Julia Kruis all show