LOS ANGELES — Digital Sin has announced the release of "Innocence Bound," the first volume in a spin-off series to the studio's "Innocence of Youth" line.
Helmed by Eddie Powell, "Innocence Bound" presents four dark vignettes, featuring rising stars Marley Brinx, Karlee Grey, Mia Pearl, and cover-girl Rachael Madori.
"Purity and vulnerability are the themes that have made 'Innocence of Youth' a huge success for Digital Sin. We took that and added the intensity of BDSM for 'Innocence Bound,'" said Belle Casten-Taylor, media sales director for Digital Sin.
"We couldn't be happier with the end result. Eddie Powell did a phenomenal job of creating a familiar, yet unpredictable atmosphere that will thrill 'Innocence of Youth' fans and entice new consumers looking for a fresh take on bondage and submission."
A mix of BDSM and "Lolita" fetish, "Innocence Bound" captures the submission of four of the industry's up-and-coming performers, handpicked for their "ethereal beauty and ability to portray living dolls," the studio said. Donning "Sweet Lolita" dresses with frills and giant bows, they submit to their owners for pleasure, reward, and/or punishment.
"I loved the concept of these innocent girls being totally ravished. I think it's absolutely sexy and carnal," Madori said. "My male talent was Bruce Venture and he is a huge reason my scene came out so well. It was a really passionate and energetic scene."
"Innocence Bound" has a runtime of 135 minutes and includes a photo gallery, Behind-the-Scenes featurette, and two bonus scenes. The male talent also includes Erik Everhard, Ramon Nomar and Xander Corvus.
To view the trailer for "Innocence Bound," click here.
To read Madori's complete thoughts on 'Innocence Bound,' click here.