Brazzers Goes Parody Mad

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Brazzers, a porn studio long known for its colorful, irreverent approach to sex, is also no stranger to the porn parody, now a staple of most mainstream porn viewing habits. Recently, though, “The ZZ” has been outdoing itself when it comes to pop-culture homages, lampoon, tributes, and outright parodies, so I thought we’d take a look at what’s been causing Brazzers-fans to chuckle through their fap sessions of late.

So far 2016 has seen the X-Men, Spider-Man, Star Wars, World War Z, and Games of Thrones properties among those getting the hardcore ZZ treatment. Where the porn parodies of the 80s and 90s were largely low-budget affairs, Brazzers joins the likes of Axel Braun in throwing money at their parodies to bring fans explosive sex as well as literal explosions and other FX. Storm of Kings takes Game of Thrones and recasts it with slightly fewer dragons and vastly more whores (Peta Jensen, Aletta Ocean, Anissa Kate, and underutilized Aruba Jasmine starring) across four episodes.

XXX-Men didn’t garner more than two scenes, but they were well worth stopping by Pornstars Like it Big for back in late May. Nicole Aniston donned the blue bodypaint and red hair to play Mystique to be tag-teamed by Wolverine (Charles Dera) and Cyclops (Xander Corvus) after first we saw Patty Michova’s Psylocke undeniably attracted to Danny D’s Magneto dick. That might seem like a light treatment by ZZ, but there’s bound to be more X-Men movies ahead to provide even more ultimate cosplay porn.

Brazzers stuck with Marvel Comics, their clear favorite, for a while, bringing The Cat’s Meow to Brazzers Extra also in late May. Two Brazzers newcomers were introduced as Peter Parker/Spider-Man and his nemesis/fuck-buddy The Black Cat. Diminutive but big dicked Spanish 22-year-old Jodri El Niño Polla and Austrian Mila Milan filled the roles and costumes very nicely.

Apparently finding it hard to stay away from superheroes and science-fiction, Brazzers also ran Star Wars and World War Z through their parodical mash-up machine, the later being adding to over many months and now serving up six episodes starring Phoenix Marie, Peta Jensen, Tommy Gunn, and Ramon Nomar in the latest installment from April of this year. Timed to coincide with the release of The Force Awakens, Brazzers’ latest Star Wars parody was hardly the first to come from the porn world, but it featured Abby Cross as “Princess Lay” (slave outfit an all) and housecock Danny D as Boba Fuck, making it just as hard to resist as “TFA” was to the world at large.

Expert costuming and creative, colorful photography has really guided these more recent Brazzers parodies to all-new levels of faithful homage while mixing in that ol’ Brazzers standard style of colorful, hyperactive hardcore. We can only wonder what’s next on the agenda. Although by the looks of the upcoming Brazzers release schedule, this studio’s future already looks busy-as-hell. How the ZZ creative crew will find time to hit the multiplex is beyond me!

Ronda Rousey’s Slippery Sex Tips

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She may be one of the most Googled female athletes in recent memory, and world champion in her chosen sport, a Hollywood player with mainstream movie cameos, and now the author of a sex and dating advice column for men’s mag Maxim, but Ronda Rousey probably shouldn’t be dispensing sex tips or criticizing others practices until she’s learned a few things about the variability of human sexual response.

Telling Maxim reader “Jack, 36, Los Angeles” that using lubricant is a sign of sexual inadequacy, impatience, and disregard for a woman’s arousal is just plain irresponsible. Italicizing her response because she’s so damn sure it’s correct, Rousey says “You should never need lube in your life. If you need lube, then you’re being lazy.” So every post-menopausal woman who suffers from vaginal dryness has a lazy lover? Those couples dealing with sexual anxiety or a disconnected physical response or under the haze of a nice strain of cannabis sativa might also find the lower regions a little less moist than your average folks.

Though the idea that any guy reaching for a tube to lube his partner isn’t taking his time has an iota of validity, there’s always those guys and couples who prefer longer bouts of intercourse, something lube no doubt helps extend without rawness and irritation ruining an epic coital congress. And then, Ms. Rousey, there’s the marvelous world of anal intercourse, something that would hardly be comfortable enough to pursue without the aid of additional lubrication.

Dudes, Maxim readers, sexually active humans… Don’t listen to Ronda. Load up on lube and see how smooth your sex life can be. And, if you must listen to Ronda, at least listen to Kleio Valentien as Ronda ArouseMe in Burning Angel’s hit porn parody. Trust me, it lasts longer than most Rousey bouts and is very wet indeed.

WoodRocket and Rule #34

When was the last time anybody but Axel Braun was so universally celebrated for parodying pop-culture icons in hardcore adult movies? Even some holders of the intellectual properties being parodied admitted first to a curiosity then, an interest, and finally an appreciation of the irreverent super-hero, comic book, TV, and movie-lampooning releases. Well, move on over, Mr. Braun ’cause it looks like your bombastic mega-budget mockbusters could be under threat from the studio that’s proving to be more punk rock than mainstream pop, more Brain Candy than Awakenings, if you will. That studio is WoodRocket.

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Founded by Lee Roy Myers, among others, WoodRocket’s bizarre blending of slapstick comedy, pop-culture parody, hardcore porn, and social satire have made it one of the most promising new studios to pop up in some time. Having already pushed porn parodies further than anyone ever thought – SpongeKnob SquareNuts, Sex Toy Story, and even that Jerry-Seinfeld-and-pal-driving-around web series thing, they’ve all been WoodRocket subjects – the studio could have started to focus more on its non-porn webseries James Deen Loves Food and Memes I’d Like to Fuck (see below) or on outlandish projects like a life-size Darth Vader built from sex toys. Parodies have remained an essential part of WoodRocket, though, and we’re now seeing the most courageous and inventive skewering of pop-culture icons since Edward Penishands quietly became a cult comedy hit.

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Apparently feeling that squirts and stoners shouldn’t get to have all the cartoonish fun, Myers and company followed up SpongeKnob and Sex Toy Story with Strokemon, the first live-action Pokemon parody starring Rizzo Ford as Dikachu, who’s given a solid working-over by Gash (Tyler Nixon) and Fisty (Kassondra Raine) and just go damn squeals the whole time. Now, I’ll admit to being a bit too long in the tooth to understand the less obvious Pokemon references and jokes, but where the recent Bill and Ted’s SEXcellent Adventure-parodying photoshoot starring Lily Bergman, Jessica Dawn, and Vuko as Bill S. Preston, Esq. and Ted “Theodore” Logan, and the history-spanning cast of influential figures from Lincoln to Beethoven, Genhis Kahn to Joan of Arc is concerned, I’m so on-board it’s ridiculous.

Bill and Ted's SEXcellent Adventure

Whatever your pop-culture fancy, be it Naked Lunch or The Nanny, WoodRocket’s likely to have considered skewering it with sex, proving that just because it made you laugh in your teens doesn’t mean it can’t be masturbation fodder of the highest caliber in your adult years.