The newly formed Raging Stallion Releasing (RSR) will kick off its inaugural slate with sexpic "Stag Fight" starring popular performers Damien Crosse and Francesco D'Macho.
The real-life partners founded the Madrid-based Stag Homme last year.
"When I saw the work these guys were producing, I immediately offered to help them establish themselves in the industry," said Raging Stallion principal Chris Ward.
"They are producing something I have not seen before. It's exciting and very, very sexy. This DVD is spectacular."
Ward notes that Stag Homme was the perfect label to launch RSR, which plans to offer small, independent labels access to the larger company's distribution network and marketing resources.
RSR is structured to allow labels releasing as few as two or three films per year to participate. Ward stressed that selectivity would be the name of the game.
"Each of these films comes with the Raging Stallion stamp of approval, which includes our money-back guarantee on all films," he said.
Raging Stallion-affiliated boutique labels to be folded into RSR include performer Jake Deckard's Screaming Eagle XXX, Euro-label High Octane and director Gavin Lowe's Bang Bang Boys.
"We couldn't be happier to have Raging Stallion distributing our DVD. We both felt very honored when Chris Ward showed interest in our product," said Crosse and D'Macho in a joint statement.
"Our main philosophy at Stag Homme is not having a distinct look for our product. Every time, it's a new game. We tease, we shock, and most importantly we always have fun with sex. If we don't get a hard-on whole directing or editing or flicks, we know we haven’t centered our target."
The erotic vignettes in "Stag Fight" originally debuted online and were handpicked by Crosse and D'Macho for DVD release. Featured players in the film include Pedro Andreas, Aitor Crash, Dennis De Nello, Alain Lamas and Manuel Lopez.
In related news, Raging Stallion has released Ryan Raz headliner "Private Resort," the first sexpic to come from a collaboration with Twinks.com. Both companies are divisions of VOD powerhouse AEBN.net.
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