Wizard of Oz XXX

 

(Hollywood, CA )  With the director’s shout of ‘cut’, the cast and crew of Not the Wizard of Oz XXX let out an emotional sigh knowing that they had just completed an adult movie that quite possibly was worthy of movie of the year.  The full blown porn musical has all the ingredients of a splendid parody of MGM’s 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz and stars rising starlet Maddy O’Reilly as Dorothy and a glorious cast that brought their characters to sexual life.

The sprawling movie set resembled a big time Hollywood sound stage as turbo-prop fans were trucked in to create the wind storm that would signal the arrival of the deadly twister that transported Dorothy on her ‘Technicolor’ journey to Oz.  Adult legend Nina Hartley in her role as Auntie Em was battered by strong winds as she ran through the farm shouting ‘Dorothy….Dorothy’ with the twister fast approaching.  Into the storm shelter trampled Uncle Henry and the farmhands giving another big signal that this was no ordinary adult movie.

“You will be blown away like a Kansas tornado,” predicted the movie’s director Will Ryder who meticulously planned out every detail of this complex production including the five musical numbers that feature key cast members singing original songs written specifically for the movie.

“This is my favorite project of my career,” remarked Maddy O’Reilly following the shoot as she reflected on the unique nature of the project.   

Dorothy’s amazing journey turns sexual even before the twister touches down and the flow of intense color, sexuality, song and dance grows with each step down the Yellow Prick Road but the Wicked Witch is always lurking causing suspense and fright.    

 

“I am so proud of my cast and crew because they accomplished the impossible in bringing this movie to life,” Ryder remarked.

 

Anikka Al bright was bewitchingly beautiful as Glinda the Good Witch, Brandy Aniston transformed into a very scary Wicked Witch. The Scarecrow, Tin Man and the Lion were played respectively by Mack Turner, Dick Chibbles and James Bartholet and were so believable you’d think they were the original actors from yesteryear.  Joining them on the magical journey were munchkin Lil Stella Marie, Seth Gamble, Eric Swiss, Kurt Lockwood, Gary Lee, Eric John, and brand new sex-kitten Al exis Adams who sizzled naked in the cornfield.

 

Anytime you inject sex and the element of parody into an American classic you are opening yourself up to controversy and we know this concept well having started the porn parody resurgence with the Brady Bunch spoof Not the Bradys XXX and continuing on with this new movie and the March release of our fifth volume Not the Bradys XXX Marcia Goes to College,” stated X-Play co-producer Scott David .

 

“People are going to love Not the Wizard of Oz XXX when it comes out in April but sadly there will also be those that will be quite angry that we took something so wholesome and turned it into the greatest porn parody of the century,” Ryder injected. 

  The XXX movie is coming in time for the 75th anniversary celebration of the release of The Wizard of Oz XXX and will follow in the wake of Hollywood ’s Oz the Great and Powerful.

  The X-Play production team has been planning this adult movie for three years and at times many in the porn industry doubted it would ever get made. 

  “There were a lot of hurdles to overcome but we were finally able to create the movie I dreamed about,” Ryder an AVN Director of the Year winner said.

“I have never been a part of anything as special as this and I guarantee you that each person in the cast and every crew felt the same way.” 

  Not the Wizard of Oz XXX is a parody and is not affiliated with MGM, Turner Entertainment, Warner Brothers Pictures, Time Warner, CBS Home Video, the estates of L. Frank Baum, Mervyn Leroy, Victor Fleming, Judy Garland or any actors, their writers, producers or any members of their estates or assignees.  They didn’t make this parody movie! 

  Not the Wizard of Oz XXX will be released in April with the distributor yet to be announced.   

 



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4 comments

  1. Reader Email/Twitter

    There is a problem with an x-rated “Wizard of Oz” parody. Just like with the parody of “Alice’s Adventures Underground”, our heroine is absolutely positively under 18 years old. Why is it that “Anna Karenina” or “Madame Bovary” are not better choices ? Does the producer think that material with underage heroines is more commercial?

    Chris

  2. jeremysteele11

    Correct me if im wrong but the problem with these “parodies” is that they arent parodies.. the proper response to these adaptations paraded as parodies is “parodies? Are u joking?” Star Whores with princess lay-me or space balls would b examples of parodies… simply claiming that something isnt what it is doesnt make it so, while using the exact likenesses, names and representations, not askewed representations.

  3. Jerkuliscious

    It isn’t the underage heroine that is the selling point it is the beastiality. Chicks screwing fake lions and Chesire Cats is big money.

    Reader/Twitter Chris is a fucking moron.

  4. pornster

    This parody looks very colorful and fun.

    I remember back in the late 80’s there were a lot of porn parodies. God, I remember Batteries not Included..or was it Batteries Included?! All I remember from back then is that they seemed to rush the parodies out with the flimsiest of ideas and fairly low quality. Rush being the operative word. Funny, I never saw the theatrical release, it seemed like it was another Cocoon as I think it had some of the same actors.

    Speaking of Cocoon I remember going to the theater around Thanksgiving 1988 to see Cocoon 2 and then the very next night going to see Scrooged. I remember being very disappointed in both and that was a long, cold winter in Oklahoma City.

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