Some woman-hating serial killer finds a novel new way to leave a calling card at the scene of his crimes: He dumps a bottle of fancy perfume all over the body of each of his victims. The name of the fragrance is Desire (1993). By coincidence, former police officer Lauren Allen (Kate Hodge) is hired by perfume designer Grace Lantel (Deborah Shelton) to crack a corporate espionage case. When the killings start and fingers get pointed at rival perfumer Gordon Lewis (Martin Kemp), our ex-cop heroine teams with detective Nick Palermo (Robert Miranda) to track down the psycho. Desire is good, steamy, late-night fun, replete with thrills, violence, suspense, and a knockout bouquet of beautiful B-movie bombshells.