I knew something was very wrong with this tape when George Payne the rapist watches a girl in the shower, ready to attack, and a Muzak version of "Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head" plays in the background. Not only that, but we hear the actual music from Genesis and Still Miller and an orchestrated version of "New York, New York." Lawsuits aside, these are the kinds of tapes the feminist anti-porn groups point at when they chastise the adult video industry. While 99 1/10% of the product on the market could be classified as inoffensive they always find these cheaply made, poorly produced stories of rapists.
George Payne, The Sex Stalker, makes obscene phone calls and forces himself on various unattractive women (some are willing, others aren't). Poor video quality, chopping editing, sound drop outs and sections where the director can e heard handing out instructions mars whatever little story exists. One scene in a New York strip place can hardly be seen, since the lighting is so awful. Irrelevant stock footage of a police station is thrown in and everything seems so unprofessional.
As for the sex, most of it is standard and you don't always get a good look at the action. Payne performs well, but the rest of the cast looks dead. One scene in a bondage parlor between George and Cheri Champagne wouldn't make it into a tape of Bizarre Video outtakes.
One funny thing, though. While hunting down the criminal, the detective enlists the help of the New York City Canine Corps . . . which has only one dog. Also, screenplay credit goes to Prick Cavett. Cute, huh?