CHATSWORTH, Calif.— Exile Distribution has bolstered its portfolio of studios with the signing of Cutiepie Films.
The addition comes on the heels of signing Manipulative Media, Severe Sex, Gonzo Gods and Standard Digital.
"We were looking for a new gonzo company with absolutely the nastiest footage we could find," Exile chief Howard Levine said. "Someone who was shooting new content that couldn’t be found on the web. That was Cutiepie. They have new young girls that love their work, and pretty much do it all. These are a throwback to real hardcore sex tapes. If you’re looking for a good story, it is not here. If you’re looking for 18-year-olds getting slammed in every hole, you came to the right place."
The new studio’s attention to detail sets it apart, according to Levine. Box covers feature bright, stand-out colors, created by a team of mainstream artists for an"outside the box" look that call attention to the company's brand.
"Our girls are sexy, and best of all, young," said Alex Steel, a spokesman for Cutiepie Films. "You can expect sloppy blowjobs, great penetration and great anal pounding with a good amount of gape."
He added, "Cutiepie also took the time to create original music that is not your normal horrible porno music; it is actually really excellent music that accompanies the footage perfectly.”
Cutiepie's titles are shot in widescreen format at full 1080p, with four or five scenes per film plus bonus features including a still gallery.
"Exile is very picky about who we will distribute," Levine noted. "I have to be. I am looking for the best of the best. With the success of Forbidden Fruits, AMKingdom, Pornstar Empire and Hot Mess, we need to be very careful about who we take on. We are committed to success for all our companies. We found that quality is way more important than quantity. I would rather have seven companies that sell 1,000 units out the door than 70 companies that sell 200 units out the door. That, for me is financially prudent."
For sales, email Levine at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (818) 576-9464.