Astrux Entertainment Unveils First DVD

Gretchen Gallen
CALABASAS, Calif. – Astrux Entertainment and distributor Metro Interactive have unveiled Astrux's very first DVD titled "Up in the L.A. Club."

After launching in 2001, the company's first film showcases wall-to-wall scenes that begin with a talent meeting in several private clubs in Los Angeles. The two-hour-long film includes five girl-girl, boy-girl and anal scenes and will be distributed by Metro on DVD only, along with video-on-demand from the Astrux.com website.

Astrux co-owner Lenny Stiltz told XBiz that the video also includes footage of a girl-girl scene shot on the rooftop of a one-of-a-kind Mercedes-Benz.

Formerly an editing company, Astrux Entertainment launched a production unit in April of this year, and on the heels of the debut of "Up in the Club L.A," the company plans to shoot a series of similarly themed DVDs starting with "Up in the Club Vegas," which according to Stiltz will be shot in some of Sin City's trendiest night spots.

"Between the camera work, the editing and equipment we used, this is really high-end material," Stiltz told XBiz. "It all takes place in famous clubs where the talent meet up and then go back to a hotel room for the scenes."

Stiltz declined to comment on which L.A. clubs had been used.

Astrux will share a booth at the upcoming Internext trade show in Las Vegas with Metro, with contract guests Ron Jeremy and Taylor Rain on hand to promote their latest work.