At Dial-A-Fantasy, all you need is a credit card number and some fetching sexpots will talk dirty to you. In the film Let's Talk Sex, you get to see the sexual fantasies acted out on your TV screen, as well as the fantasies of some of the sexy women that take the calls.
There's no real story; just an array of vignettes that range from straight sex to masturbation to lesbian and menage-a-trois, which are all linked to the unique phone service. Every scene involves different people and the sex ranges from very hot to very boring.
The main problem with Let's Talk Sex, however, lies with the inherent flaws of all pure sex movies. Unless all of the sex can turn you on, the slow spots drag into oblivion. Let's Talk Sex plays like a sexual featurette tape with disjointed situations and some performers who look bored.
Bridgette Monet, probably the sexiest adult star working today, is billed as the star but appears in only the opening sex phone fantasy (which happens to e the hottest fornication in the whole film.) Otherwise, pretty blonde Linda Shaw, the receptionist at Dial-A-Fantasy has no sex scenes and buxom Kitten Natividad is seen naked for only a few brief moments.
All of this adds up to some erotic moments, featuring Monet, Tina Ross and Becky Savage along with David Cannon and Herschell Savage, and a few that should have been left on the cutting room floor. Let's Talk Sex, a grand idea that needs some punch, is a hit-and-miss proposition that might have your hand on the speed search button of your VCR.
(Note: Let's Talk Sex is available in VHS Stereo or Beta Hi-Fi)