August 30, 2000 09:00pm
EXTREME ASSOCIATES' UNDERGROUND LEGEND SLAIN WAYNE SHOOTS SEQUEL TO TERRORS FROM THE CLIT
Source: Extreme Associates
by: Company Press Release
(VAN NUYS, CA) -- Slain Wayne, the highly-charged Extreme Associates director, whose Terrors From the Clit #1 broke new grounds by being one of the first modern pornos to combine gratuitous, slasher violence with graphic sex, returns to the fold this weekend as he begins shooting the long-awaited sequel.
Basically a take off of the HBO series Tales from the Crypt, Terrors 1 featured some of the most taboo material ever lensed in porndom, including murder, rape, and bloody encounters with mutilated corpses and body parts.
"We are going to do our best to outdo Clit #1," Wayne says, "We've got actual footage from of a violent murder in a South American jungle. We got it from the evidence room of a South American police department. Apparently a group of local filmmakers went out in the jungle to shoot some pornos, which totally enraged the local natives. When they finally found the bodies, they were mutilated to the point of ---well, let me say here that the footage is horrific. And we were able to purchase this footage from the local authorities. We developed it and are going to incorporate it into this video. This is the Blair Witch Project-for real."
Wayne, whose innovative use of claymation, time-lapse videography, and Hollywood-caliber special effects have already made him a cult figure on the mainstream underground video market, adds that Terror #2 will also feature a healthy dose of cannibalism and necrophilia.
"So far,' Wayne says, "we have Candy Cotton and Keli Sparks locked in. I'm shooting a new girl Saturday who, I believe, has only worked with Ed Powers so far. I still am casting, so if anyone out there is ready to go the extra mile, give me a call at Extreme. I'm looking for some really crazy people. Watch Terrors from The Clit #1 to get a feel for what I need."
Wayne promises updates on the progress of the project and guarantees to shock people on the most visceral and visual of levels.
"We received the Editor's Choice from AVN in November of last year and also received numerous AVN Award nominations, so this sequel is long, long overdue."