Taboo II (1982)

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A horny young man has sex with Barbara who tells him about her affair with her son. He wonders what it'd be like to hook up with his beautiful sister and their gorgeous mother, while the sister starts thinking about their manly father.


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28 January 2017 | Michael_Elliott
Bland Sequel
Taboo II (1982)

** (out of 4)

Barbara Scott (Kay Parker) has sex with her son's best friend Junior McBride (Kevin James) and this is where he hears about her taboo affair with her son. Soon Junior is trying to bang his hot sister (Dorothy LeMay) and after that mission is accomplished he sets his sites on his own mother.

TABOO became a controversial hit when it was originally released so it was a no-brainer that a sequel would eventually follow. The first film, I'd argue, got lucky and it actually turned out to be a decent film but this sequel isn't nearly as good or as entertaining. Obviously the producers knew that they had to do something more shocking than the first film so now they have a guy trying to break two different taboos. Not only does he go after his sister but there's also the mother. It doesn't stop there as the sister eventually gets the hots for daddy! TABOO II isn't a film that I really enjoyed. I mean, yeah, there's the taboo subject line that gives the picture a weird quality to it but outside of this there's just not much here. It's basically just a cheap porno with a lot of sex scenes. If you're just into the sex scenes then there are plenty of them offered up here for your entertainment. Straight sex. Threesomes. Lesbian. There's even another orgy at the end (where you can see a young Ron Jeremy).

The problem that I had with the film is that it was rather boring and its 98-minute running time was just way too long. I do think the original TABOO wanted to tell a story and try to be something more than just your average porn film. TABOO II is just a sex film that doesn't have much going for it.

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