Phoenix Ray, just fired from her job, sees her guy kissing another woman on their doorstep and next thing you know she's driving off into the desert, peeling off her pantyhose in a fit of pique and walking into a café where den-motherly "Val" (Elizabeth Walker) welcomes her and sends her to freshen up in a room in the adjacent motel - where she sees Alana Evans and Holly Hollywood romping in their underwear, and joins them for a quick ménage.
In another room, Steve Hatcher is taking Super-8 home movies of Dru Berrymore undressing on her bed, with Hatcher eventually joining Berrymore as Ray wields the camera. Ray buttonholes Val, who explains that the place is a safe haven for people who attempt to astral-project themselves and miss. Ray then walks in on Monique and Byron Long in a dark candle-lit room, and fingers herself while they cavort. When Chris Cannon comes walking up the drive, Ray tells Val, "I think I can handle this one," and does. Soon, there's a new proprietress of the astral-projection way station.
Director Renfield's reliance on stunt editing, sound effects, and cribs from the Alfred Hitchcock playbook tries to mask a lame script and poor execution. Sex scenes ramp up the value a little, but there are only four of them. DVD picture quality is poor, with artifacting marring almost every scene.