Vouyer Media Enters Porn Parody Market

Steve Javors
LOS ANGELES — The adult industry’s interest in parodies of popular sit-coms shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Vouyer Media is the latest company to enter the fray and has secured the directing services of Anton Slayer.

Vouyer Media has announced plans to make porn interpretations of popular TV shows from the previous three decades: “The Dukes of Hazzard,” “Taxi,” “M.A.S.H.,” “Two And A Half Men” and “The Facts of Life.”

Slayer is not a newcomer to the genre, having helmed “This Ain’t Gilligan’s Island XXX” and “This Ain’t The Munsters XXX” for Hustler Video. Known as a hardcore gonzo outfit, branching out into the world of scripted fare is a new direction for Vouyer Media.

"We all know that the parody genre has exploded in popularity over the last two years," Slayer said. "I look forward to exploring these new projects within the context of the Vouyer Media label and helping the company diversify and grow its brand at the same time."

Up first for the company is the creation of a triple-X version of “The Dukes of Hazard.”

Pictured above, Anton Slayer and Alexis Texas.

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