Talk Sex


by Tuna

Talk Sex (2001) is an example of couples erotica, romantic comedy division.

Kelli McCarty has a morning sex talk show where she advocates that women explore their sexuality, be the aggressors if necessary, and sleep with anyone that appeals to them. Her show is followed by a new one hosted by Bobby Johnston, where he advocates sex within the bounds of commitment and emotional connection. In other words, they are polar opposites. The format of their shows is listener call-in, so we get to hear and see sex experiences of many women. Eventually, the producers realize that their two "sex talk" stars belong on the same show. It is at that point that the film is most interesting because their verbal battles are entertaining. Of course, we all know opposites attract, and it is only a matter of time before they get together and create a passionate happy ending.

Lots of nudity in this one as follows:

  • Kelli McCarty: Full frontal and rear
  • April Flowers: Breasts and gyno shot
  • Renee Rea: Breasts, buns and bush
  • Julie Edenhurst: Breasts and male full frontal
  • Jacy Andrews: Full frontal and rear plus gyno shot
  • Jezebelle Bond: Full frontal and rear plus gyno shot
  • Katie Lohmann: Full frontal and rear plus gyno shot
  • Devinn Lane: Breasts, buns and clit piercing
  • Nikki Fairchild: Full frontal and rear plus gyno shot

Our Grade:

If you are not familiar with our grading system, you need to read the 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:


There is a lot of flesh on display, and none of the sex scenes are long enough to get boring. The verbal battles between the two leads also provide entertaining filler between the sex scenes, so  this is recommended for genre fans.


  • Plenty. See the main commentary.


No major reviews.



Straight to video.




4.5 IMDB summary (of 10)




Talk Sex DVD Kelli McCarty Jacy Andrews (2001)

Like many of these former Skinemax titles, it is only available in the US from on a dual region (1 and 4) English language DVD with optional Spanish subtitles.