Hustler releases XXX 3D Avatar parody on DVD and Blu-ray

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Not since the release of classics like “Forrest Hump”, “The Touchables” or “You’ve Got Tail” has a motion picture parody caused a buzz around the XXX world like Hustler’s “This Ain’t Avatar XXX 3D”—sorry for leaving out “The Hunt for Miss October.”

The film, which was released on DVD and Blu-ray today, features the talents of makeup artist Lee Garland who apparently created live parody versions of “Avatar” people using ahem “prosthetics, wigs and plenty of blue paint.”

"We used an alcohol-based paint so that it wouldn't sweat or rub off during the film's most important scenes," said Garland. "In fact, I believe we used over forty bottles during the whole production. At more than fifty dollars a bottle, you can imagine what kind of finances went in to airbrushing the actors blue.”

I wonder why blue paint would rub off during times of impactful dialect and moments of self-realization?

Nonetheless, Hustler spared no cost in producing the parody film, employing the latest 3D technology and hiring a firm that has even done work with the Discovery Channel.

"The difference between what your parents saw in 3D and what you're going to see in 3D today is the illusion that there is depth of field," said Rob Smith, director of operations for Hustler Video. "This is 3D technology at its best. Characters aren't seemingly jumping out at you and there's no need to watch the film in fear that something – or someone- might hit you at any time. That's not the kind of movie we made. We made a film, where, when you're watching it in 3D, everything just seems to come alive. It has dimension, depth, and the sense that you could literally walk in to the frame at any second."

"We hired a 3D camera company called SLX to come in and rent us their equipment," said Drew Rosenfeld, creative director for Hustler Video. "This company has worked with the Discovery Channel and other reputable and established companies. We chose the best when it came to filming this project in 3D. The camera we used is a German designed camera. It uses a side by side rig and is unlike anything we've ever shot with before."

But let us not forget that beyond the technology and under all of that paint, wigs and yes prosthetics beats the pure hearts of true thespians. One of the film’s stars, Misty Stone, explains what it was like portraying one the stories most crucial parts:

"It's one thing when you have a job where you go to work every day and have sex in front of a camera. It's another experience to come to work, and literally assume the persona of a being completely unlike yourself. I guess they call that acting, but what I felt was a complete transformation. I wasn't Misty Stone. I was Nye 'Tiri. I was a wild, native, lusty, ravenous and 'Avatar'-like alien creature. It was an out of body experience for me. The raw emotion and passion was overwhelming and I came alive that day.”

Deep, very deep indeed—truly no pun intended.

Hustler Video's parody, “This Ain't Avatar XXX 3D” is available now on DVD and Blu-ray.


Eric Fortney | @elfortney
Eric is the co-founder & executive editor of This Dish Is Veg. In addition to his TDIV work, Eric is a father of three, runner, and lover of the outdoors.

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