The company will be putting out the 1983 Suze Randall classic “Stud Hunters,” and the latest Seymore Butts production “Seed of Seymore,” both within the next week.
“Stud Hunters,” featuring Joanna Storm and then-18-year-old Debi Diamond in her first hardcore scene, follows a female photographer who sends models out to find male porn actors.
“’Stud Hunters’ really put me on the map as a director,” said world-renowned erotic photographer Randall. “It was a novel concept at the time […] girls hunting down men for porn. It got featured on a lot of national radio shows.”
Randall, whose photographic career spans more than 25 years, is a former Playboy and Hustler staff photographer and has shot album covers for musicians, including Robert Palmer.
The movie features early performances by Randy West, Greg Ruffner and Blake Palmer, and the new release has been digitally enhanced.
Butts’ “Seed of Seymore,” in contrast, features the same kind of modern gonzo shooting that has earned Butts a spot in the XRCO Hall of Fame and draws its title from a yet-to-be-released horror film.
“At one point during one spontaneous moment Mari [Possa] was giving me a congratulatory blow job for being inducted into the XRCO Hall of Fame,” said Butts. “She expressed her desire to taste my Hall of Fame seed.”
“Then, when I was at the movies, I saw the coming attraction for ‘Seed of Chucky’ and it hit me,” said Butts.
The new film is two hours long and features performances by Mari Possa, Lauren Phoenix, Reina Leona, Trina Michaels and Isabella Soprano.
“I think all the five scenes are great,” said Butts. “However, the scene with Lauren Phoenix, Mari Possa and Trent is probably the stand out of the movie.”
“This kid Trent was like 18 years old and the girls hadn’t met him before,” said Butts. “They were turned on that he was young and they basically ravaged this kid after putting him on all fours and shaving his balls. He was a little overwhelmed, to say the least.”
Also a veteran of the adult industry, Butts admitted that he’s finding it more difficult to produce cutting-edge films after 13 years in the business, but warns his fans not give up hope just yet.
“It gets more difficult as time goes on, but I’m not saying I’ve lost the magic touch,” said Butts. “It just might take me a little longer to find what I’m looking to touch.”
Randall’s “Stud Hunters” is due in stores on Nov. 15. Butts’ “Seed of Seymore” is set to be released later this week.