LOS ANGELES — New Sensations and Digital Sin have announced the release of "He's In Charge," the first volume in a new BDSM series from directors Eddie Powell and Paul Woodcrest.
"He's In Charge" is a flip on the studio's all-girl series "She's In Charge," depicting bondage and sadomasochistic fantasy between dominant men and submissive women.
Belle Casten-Taylor, media sales director for Digital Sin, said, "'He's In Charge' is high-end bondage with the Digital Sin aesthetic fans love. Visually, it's beautiful and the performances are intensely erotic. It makes a perfect companion line for our 'She's In Charge' series, which has already become a huge seller for us."
"He's In Charge" features performances by Dahlia Sky, Lea Lexis, Veruca James and 2016 XBIZ Best New Starlet Abella Danger. The four-scene vignette includes acts of punishment and submission, utilizing a wide array of disciplinary toys, instruments and restraints.
Sky submits to floggings and electrical wands before allowing Ramon Nomar to lock her in a cage with only her head exposed for his use. Lexis is "bound for pleasure" when James Deen cracks the whip on her slave training. James hangs from a suspended head cage until Tommy Pistol frees her to use paddles, canes and electrical stimulation, before they have sex. Mick Blue subjects Danger to several BDSM acts like suspension, vaginal pumping and Sybian riding.
"First and foremost, I'd love to thank Digital Sin, their directors and crew for letting me be a part of this unique series," Danger said. "My only way to describe it is BDSM meets gonzo. Set in an actual dungeon, they were prepared with all the kinky toys and everyone made sure I was always comfortable with everything being done — and, the best part, my only job was to enjoy it as much as possible. I did, I came so much! I was really able to get lost in it. Easily one of my favorite scenes yet."
"He's In Charge" has a runtime of 176 minutes and includes exclusive photo gallery, candid behind-the-scenes featurette and two bonus scenes.
To view the trailer for "He's In Charge," click here.