Adult superstar Joanna Angel’s latest XXX directorial effort, Gamer Girls: Pwned and Boned, is set for a Wednesday, February 17 street date release through Exile Distribution.
The four-scene fuckfest stars Axis Evol, Larkin Love, Mikaela and Jessica Creepshow as female gamers set on showing the boys (Bill Bailey, Xander Corvus, Seth Gamble) a thing or two as the gaming nerds take on each other to an exhausting – and satisfying – finish.
“All the girls in this movie are completely authentic gamers, and the scenarios in the movie are very close to real-life scenarios that happened to them,” said Angel. “I learned so much about gaming culture by working closely with the talent on creating each vignette- it was fascinating.”
“And by the way,” added Angel, “Axis Evol totally did an un-scripted, impromptu double anal with Bill Bailey and Xander Corvus- and it lasted for about 10 minutes . What I thought was just going to be a regular B/B/G turned into one of the most intense scenes we’ve ever shot with double anal and double vag.”
The DVD and Blu-ray feature of Gamer Girls: Pwned and Boned includes animated menus, Behind the Scenes footage, BurningAngel trailers and DVD extras. The (NSFW) trailer for Gamer Girls: Pwned and Boned is up now at BurningAngel’s site.
“Come for the gamer girls but stay for the double anal,” said Angel. “This release is definitely worth checking out!”
For sales information contact Howard Levine, Exile Distribution at firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT JOANNA ANGEL AND BURNINGANGEL
“One of the most powerful feminist icons in the adult industry” – Pacific Standard
“Joanna Angel started the alt-porn studio Burning Angel, employing girls with tattoos and piercings as part of a booming microgenre of punk-themed porn that began taking hold in the late ’90s and exploded during the 2000s.” – Grantland
Pushing the envelope, the BurningAngel Empire is a refreshingly unique web cocktail of sex, rock n’ roll and pop culture. BurningAngel.com launched in 2002 with a few sets of photos and a band interview, conceived by two amateur college kids from Rutgers, Joanna Angel and Mitch Fontaine. Since its launch, it has exploded into a fierce indie company that has pioneered a new species of erotica known as “alt porn,” with a network of websites and hundreds of DVDs to its credit. The company is revered for popularizing alternative style girls, and prides itself on delivering hardcore adult content alongside band interviews, record reviews and a community with its own social networking.
As both the star of many of BurningAngel’s movies and the company’s spokesperson and owner, Angel has stormed both mainstream and adult media. She’s appeared on the cover of every major adult magazine (AVN, Club, Hustler, Picture Magazine, Adam Film World and Xtreme, to name a few) and has been featured in many tattoo magazines as well (some include Prick, Taboo, Inked and Savage). She has been featured on Fox News, Playboy TV, Fuse TV, G4 TV, KROQ Radio, as a regular on the Jason Ellis show on SIRIUS Radio, as a guest on the 2008 series premiere of TLC’s LA Ink, and in a speaking role on Adult Swim’s Children’s Hospital. She has also appeared in The New York Times, Newsweek, The Village Voice, The New York Press, Esquire UK, Details and Penthouse, among others. Heeb Magazine featured Angel as its cover girl, naming her one of the Top 100 Up-and-Coming Jews in 2005, The New York Post featured her as one `of the Top 25 Sexiest New Yorkers, and Playboy.com named Angel one of the 50 hottest adult stars on Instagram.
She’s also made her mark in the sex toy world, becoming a venerated Fleshlight Girl in 2013 and creating a BDSM line of toys with Stockroom. The same year, Angel made further strides into the mainstream world with a speaking role in the indie drama Scrapper. BurningAngel has brought home several awards from all the major adult shows—from AVN to XBIZ, to XRCO to YNOT. Some of its accolades include Best Porn Star Website, Best Web Premiere and Best Sex Comedy. From a college dorm room to national television, BurningAngel has made a mark in entertainment, and it’s only just beginning.