Tech Sex, a low-budget 16mm film, brings back memories of those early 1970 New York "grinders" (as Jim Holliday calls them). It maintains a certain indescribable "forbidden" quality missing from the sanitized videos of today. It's not a good movie, but a sexually hot film, and you might want to set the right mood in your home by dimming the lights, dragging out a cheap bottle of wine and slipping on your favorite raincoat.
The mumbo-jumbo plot brings us to a future world where sex is illegal and pornography is imported from Russia. So four guys pull out their Macintosh and create the technosex system, where sexual dreams are realistically experienced. It's dumb.
But then we get four different elongated fantasies and three of them create the heat. For those of you who miss the great Dorothy LeMay, Dana Dillon should fill the bill nicely. She has that same slutty redhead sensuality and sexual energy to match. Her one fantasy sequence with Aaron Gage highlights the tape.
Charlene Cody as a vampiress in the closer with Rugby Rhodes also generates excitement as the camera pokes in and out in circular motion to accentuate the dreamlike state of the scene.
It's grainy and thin on story, but Tech Sex is hot enough to warrant a viewing. Watch that Dana Dillon.