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This mids film is just sort of I would think it was a spoof of Project A, except that Project A hadn't come out yet. The film is called Super Lady, but they refer to Project A quite a bit. And the resulting superwoman wears a big "A" on her chest. In any case, the plot of this one is that the government pays for research to create the ultimate woman, and they succeed — but unfortunately she's a nymphomaniac with superstrength.

See for yourself, if you dare. The main selling point is the moog synthesizer soundtrack.

Do we really need porn featuring someone trying to do a impression of Heath Ledger's Joker? Really, porn industry? In any case, it exists, and you can glimpse it above.

In the above clip, Catwoman is running a strip club and the Joker shows up and uses his special Joker venom, which makes you horny, on all the women. Why so chaste? This is that rarest of things: a porn parody that's actually kind of sexy, thanks to lots of s fashions porn trek costumes, and a healthy sense of playfulness. This porn spoof goes to great lengths so to speak to duplicate the Batman TV show, including the "walking up walls" gag, the Batusi, and the stilted line delivery.

Oh, and there's the obligatory Ron Jeremy cameo — but he's actually playing himself, in a "poking his head porn trek the window" gag. Actually, this s film might be the worst porn spoof of all time. It's sort of notoriously bad — she rides around on one of those bouncy jack o'lantern head things, where you hold the horns. The whole thing is sort of intentionally nasty and messed up. Higher production values than Albert Pyun's Captain America film. Featuring a pretty convincing Red Skull, plus a slammin metal soundtrack on this teaser. Check out the rockin' opening credits of this classic??

The first Superman porn parody, from the mids, is pretty goofy, featuring Clark Bent, a reporter for a sex magazine — who's secretly Souperman. And the villain Luther wants to kill everyone's sex drive, but Souperman figures out a way to stop him. For truth, justice and the American Way of Having Sex. What's great about this bit is that they totally copied the scene between Superman and Lois from the Superman movie, where he lands on her roof, answers some questions, and then takes her flying.

The guy who plays Superman is pretty perfect as well. Probably better than the actual Supergirl movie, where Faye Dunaway spends half the movie trying to get a supermarket busboy to sleep with her. Although judging from the trailer, there's a magic tinfoil helmet in this one, so hard to say, really. Superman Vs. Not only has the porn industry given us a Justice League film long before Warner Bros. The bit where Spider-Woman shows up and saves the day is kind of the best part.

And see below for much, much more Marvel. This version of the Avengers gets to have Spider-Man in it, plus it's more gender balanced than the Joss Whedon version because porn. Although that should be Captain Marvel, not Ms. Marvel, people. This is the one that features Ron Jeremy as the Penguin, arguably the role he was born to play. What's amazing about this trailer is it shows the Flash running at superspeed, Wonder Woman flying in her invisible jet, and Porn trek zooming around, and it makes you realize how much fun a Justice League movie that embraces the material could be.

Anyway, we don't have a clip from the actual porn parody, but here's a pretty hilarious video where the stars of Kick-Ass react to seeing the box art of Kick-Azz. Or Lick-Ass? Why Kick-Azz with two Zs? That doesn't even make any sense. And finally In 3-D, which seems even more gratuitous in porn than in other movies. The main thing I get from this trailer is that they wasted a lot of confetti during the filming. Maybe they had a bucnh of papershredders pointed downwards onto the set, and they were shredding all their tax records? Here's a huge chunk of this film, via Youtube.

This film came out inand is only loosely connected to Star Wars, using the Star Wars font for its logo and trying to copy a bit of the icongraphy. The actual plot seems to have to do with three women in the year going on an asment to save the planet Earth from being taken over. The first actual Star Wars parody appeared inand features Princess Layme trying to rescue her sister, Princess Orgazma. So basically they split Princess Leia into two people, as a way of getting around the fact that George Lucas was only able to come up with one female character for his entire original trilogy.

Makes sense. Above is a music video that seems to cover the "cantina scene. From the same people who did all the Vivid superhero porn spoofs, this is basically a parody of the original Star Wars, with the highest budget of any porn spoof ever made. The delivery of the porn trek, "Darth Vader, only you could be so bold" is note perfect.

But then Darth Vader's voice is just wrong, sadly. Plus incest, and all that.

Yes, they made porno versions of all three prequels. I don't know. Above is a super-brief sequence where someone uses his Jedi powers to take a lightsaber actually a vibrator porn trek of a woman's hand, and then rips porn trek clothes off. Sex Trek: The Next Penetration and various sequels. Starting inthey made a series of X-rated Star Trek films, all of which were based on the Original Series despite the "Next Penetration" pun. They feature some pretty insane attempts to copy Shatner's staccato line delivery, and a lot of plots that find excuses to put the Enterprise crew onto a soundstage, wearing Hawaiian shirts.

In the mids, a second series of Trek porn spoofs came along, and these were more or less based on individual episodes of the series. See a brief clip of the Charley film above. Including Sasha Grey in the first one. The first movie is, weirdly, a porno version of "Space Seed" in which Khan's seduction of Marla McGivers is a lot more raunchy. The second one is more of an original story. Even with all the crazy attention to detail in some of these other spoofs, the TNG parody is probably the most astonishing, in terms of the sets and the fact that they got a professional Jean-Luc Picard impersonator to play Picard.

And there's a really serious story, about the relationship between Picard and Dr. Crusher, which covers a lot of ground that you wish the TV show had gone over. Here's a video of the whole thing, minus the sex scenes — and as you'll see, there's a lot of story here. This spoof is pretty much a straight-up copy of Blair Witchwith the handheld "found footage" camera work and people camping in the woods to discover the truth about the myth — except that in this version, the Bare Wench makes you horny.

And everybody ends up naked a lot more. Here's a clip from the sequel, Book of Babes: Bare Wench 2. In this version, a group of adult film stars go into the woods to film a documentary and some porn. This looks porn trek it could be kind of difficult to watch, what with all the shaky-cam and stuff, and the attempts to duplicate the real "freaking out" acting from the original. This trailer has a lot of crying and yelling and bawling, and may well serve as Exhibit A for why it's better not to stick too closely to the source material for some spoofs.

Weirdly, this one is actually quite creepy and disturbing. They probably did too porn trek a job of capturing the feel of the original horror film — it ends with Rosemary at her father's open-casket viewing at the funeral home, when all of a sudden weird smoke starts pouring into the room. The funeral home becomes a giant Satanic orgy in front of the casket, and the whole thing ends with a nightmarish freeze frame. Not sure if this one is meant to be erotic, or just freaky. Relatively tame clip from the "Satanic orgy" sequence above.

And here's the polar opposite, a horror spoof that makes no effort to be scary or messed-up — the main character finds herself in bed with Freddy Krueger, and is titillated and kind of thrilled. That is, once she gets over her initial mistake of thinking this is Edward James Olmos. Oh, and Freddy Krueger has dildo fingers. A s Frankenstein parody written and directed by its star, Buck Adams. Watch the safe-for-work opening sequence above. Love the fact that it's set in the present day, but he still has an old-timey science lab full of capacitors and gothic candles.

Also love the fact that there's randomly a white mouse running around his lab. Alas, when he brings his wife back to life, she comes back as a rampaging sex monster. Yes, that's right: Official.

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