Shannon Tweed returns in her third go-round as sex therapist Rebecca Mathis, this time trying to catch a serial killer preying on (you guessed it) sex therapists.
After several sex therapists are brutally murdered, police detective Frank Pavan (Sam Hennings) tries to recruit Rebecca Mathis (Shannon Tweed) to help him draw in the killer. Afraid for herself and her staff, Rebecca resists, but is coerced by Frank, who knows of her past criminal record. All is
not well in Rebecca's office. Her sex surrogate, Billy Palmer (Doug Jeffery) is seen breaking into her computer files. Also, her patients are among the main suspects.
When visiting her dying father in the hospital, Rebecca is stalked through a stairwell. Frank assists her and the two go back to Rebecca's house. They begin to make love, but Frank sees flashes of the mutilated victims in his head and cannot continue. Rebecca sets up an appointment for him with
her assistant Ellie (Colleen Coffey), who learns that Frank is plagued by guilt over the fact that his mother was raped years earlier. Ellie also begins to suspect Billy, and finds incriminating files in his locker. That night, she too is murdered. Frank pursues Billy, who turns up at Rebecca's
house, claiming his innocence and confessing that he is a reporter who was doing an expose on sex therapists. Frank arrives and shoots Billy, telling Rebecca that he is the killer, but he has set Billy up. It turns out that Frank was his mother's rapist and has been haunted ever since. Before
Frank tries to kill Rebecca, the wounded Billy shoots him.
INDECENT BEHAVIOR 3 includes above-average sex scenes and even some well-written dialogue. Despite this, however, the film often sinks into clichéd territory. The script sets up Billy so obviously as the main suspect that it comes as no surprise that he is not the killer. The subplot concerning
Rebecca's visit to her dying father, obviously meant to give her character some depth, adds nothing.
The film tries to deliver the goods: there are enough voyeuristic sex acts, a little suspense and violence. The problem is that one can sense the proper amounts of each being added to the script, as if a recipe were being followed.(Violence, sexual situations, extensive nudity, profanity.)
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