Sinister X Ships 'Birds of Prey XXX' With Special Tin Packaging
LOS ANGELES — "Birds of Prey XXX," the debut release from Sinister Comixxx and its parent company Sinister X Syndicate, ships this week with special tin packaging.
"Birds of Prey XXX, A Sinister Comixxx Parody" has generated a buzz going back to pre-production, the company said.
Director and company owner Sinister X, aka Rob Black, remarked, “Everything has finally come together, and with this release of 'Birds of Prey XXX,' I can firmly state that I’m back and in control. It’s a long time coming to have my own company again, and this movie is a prime example of the quality of work my team and I do, and the quality of work all the fans can look forward to. We really stepped it up on this one, and that’s evident when you see our cool, cutting edge, metal collector’s tins that the movie is shipping in.”
Sinister X went for creative packaging with the new title that includes three discs. He said consumers who purchase the title "will be treated to a metal collector’s tin, where they can stash a number of assorted goodies, or just keep the DVDs in the tin, showing off that they’re a proud fan of the genre, and loyal follower of the company."
"Birds of Prey XXX" includes a the full-length movie, a non-sex version of the movie, and iPod version of both the full-length and non-sex versions. In addition, there is a behind-the-scenes featurette documenting the shooting process, and also a third disc with a wide variety of bonus scenes from Hall of Fame star Tom Byron, and assorted content available on the Sinister X.
“Fans are going to love this movie as it really focuses on the girls, and the girls in this movie are hot! I mean, come on?!" Sinister X said. "Kagney Linn Karter, Gracie Glam, Brooklyn Lee, Lizzy Borden, Chanel Preston and Alexis Texas… Forget about it.”
The street date for "Birds of Prey XXX" is Aug. 21.
The Syndicate also owns and operates the Extreme Entertainment Network, an adult entertainment portal featuring "stuff guys like" that is available online, on mobile devices and also on a TV in HD through a ROKU set top box.