Acid Rain Set to Release 'I Love 'Em Asian' Series

Gretchen Gallen
CANOGA PARK, Calif. – Acid Rain Productions announced the street date for the release of the first film in all-Asian gonzo series "I Love ‘em Asian," which will make its VHS, DVD and video-on-demand debut in the first week of January, company owner Mitchell Spinelli told XBiz.

With a running time of 140 minutes, the video was shot at a private home in Beverly Hills and stars Katsumi, Avena Lee, Charmaine Starr, Mika Tan, Jayna Oso, and Lacy Tom, and male talent Otto Bauer, Alberto Rey, Benjamen Bratt and Lee Stone.

"I Love ‘em Asian" will be followed by several subsequent installments that, according to Spinelli, will feature even newer Asian talent.

"I gathered together the best-looking Asian actresses in the industry to worship their beauty and watch them get the hell banged out of them," Spinelli said.

According to Spinelli, the DVD version of the film's release will include a behind-the-scenes special feature highlighting some of the video's outtakes and funnier moments.

"The people who watch this stuff just want to make sure it looks great and the sex is great," Spinelli said, explaining his choice not to shoot the feature in high-definition video. "High-def is just high-end meat and potatoes. People don't always want to watch something so convoluted."

Spinelli added that the "I Love ‘em Asian" series will go on indefinitely.

"There is always a niche for Asian titles," he said. "As long as we continue to get perfect talent and there are always news ones coming into the industry. Hey, there's always a new Brad Pitt somewhere out there."

Acid Rain Productions will have a 30-foot banner featuring Katsumi, star of "I Love ‘em Asian" at the AVN Expo in Las Vegas.

Spinelli launched Acid Rain Productions in January of this year to focus on the production and distribution of films featuring a marathon-like, free-for-all adult video format.