Many erotic thrillers these days rely on saxophones on the soundtrack to suggest primal, orgasmic feelings. Too often, the sultry sounds serve up a climax more convincing than the groping and spasmodic breathing of the lovers onscreen. Although tawdry shockers like PLAY MURDER FOR ME may
herald a new sub-genre of "Unsafe Sex" melodramas, what transpires onscreen barely sizzles.
Of all the gin joints in the world, why did Tricia Merritt (Tracy Scoggins) have to walk into the blues bar featuring her down-on-his-luck old flame Paul Slater (Jack Wagner)? Having been burned by the smoldering vixen before, Paul is wary about accepting her husband Fred's (William Burns...