Creepy Zeb finds the love of his life when he looks in a trash can and sees...a plastic doll. Ah, but when Zeb caresses that doll, he magically feels the warm tender flesh of a pretty blonde secretary named Ann, who can't understand why invisible hands are suddenly playing touchy-feely with her! Unable to resist his Indecent Desires, Zeb's sick obsession leads her to believe she's going insane. Which is how you'll feel watching this utterly crackpot supernatural sex epic from cult director Doris Wishman, Grande Dame of the Grindhouse, which is easily one of the most bizarre skinflicks ever made! But Doris ain't done with you yet. Also on the double bill is "My Brother's Wife," Wishman's ode to love, lust, and marital non-bliss, in which sweet little Mary falls in love with Frankie, the slimeball brother of her dull hubby Bob. But when Frankie suggests Mary get money so they can run away together, he neglects to mention his other girlfriend, the marvelously sleazy Zena. Yes, here are two films in a parallel universe full of lingerie-clad lovelies speaking surreal off-camera dialogue where inanimate objects take on baffling significance, and the photography is often dazzlingly out of control -- such as the magic moment when actress Darlene Bennett strolls over to the camera and actually sits on the lens! But beware: One dose of Doris and you'll forever be changed.