Porn Horror Video Causes Processor Problems

Rhett Pardon
NEW YORK — Burning Angel has patched up a potential toxic wound after CCBill said the New York-based company’s “Re-Penetrator” video was “non-compliant due to depictions of extreme violence.”

CCBill’s policy review department wanted Burning Angel to remove “all images and/or movies involving blood.” It specifically targeted “Re-Penetrator,” a macabre production using a plethora of fake blood — a mixture of maple syrup and food coloring — during sex scenes.

Co-owner Joanna Angel, who also stars in “Re-Penetrator,” told XBiz that her company has purchased another website, Re-Penetrator.com, and will use a European billing company “that’s a bit more zombie friendly.”

Tom Fisher, CCBill’s vice president, told XBiz that its acceptable use policy is very specific on its website, but he would not comment further on the Burning Angel matter.

The porn horror video, a parody of the classic 1980s movie “Re-Animator,” was produced by independent film company Backseat Conceptions and directed by Doug Sakkman.

The film is the story of a stripper who, after being dead for 20 years, is resurrected back to life by mad scientist Dr. Breast, who vaginally injects her with a green gooey serum that makes her crave nothing but sex.

Angel said that “Re-Penetrator” will still be available on the BurningAngel.com site until Nov. 1, but the company will transfer it to Re-Penetrator.com afterwards.

“It’s an inconvenient process, not to mention the start-up fees involved with setting up a separate billing system,” Angel said. “But we have no other problems with CCBill.