The salacious “Pervert” is the second release from director Thomas’ new, independent label. Under Paul Thomas Presents, Thomas is free to create darker, more sexually extreme and uncompromising movies. Starring Lily LaBeau, Bobbi Starr, Samantha Ryan, Krissy Lynn, Sarah Shevon, Otto Bauer, Eric Swiss, Anthony Rosano and Derrick Pierce, “Pervert” is an intelligent vision of deviant behaviors lurking in the back of even the most normal minds. View the XXX-rated “Pervert” trailer here.
“Pervert” includes two stories of regular people taking their sexual desires to the extreme. Otto Bauer plays Doyle, a Peeping Tom obsessed with Joy (Lily LaBeau). Joy likes to play twisted games too, and it’s not long before she has Doyle on all fours begging to be pleased… or punished. He’ll do anything, as long as he has her attention. Eric Swiss is Robin, a lawyer bored with his life — finding adrenaline rushes from mugging strangers and sleeping with prostitutes. While psychologist Marion (Samantha Ryan) is supposed to help fix Robin’s abnormal behavior, he ends up pulling her down into his dark world. “Pervert” is unlike anything Thomas has ever done before.
LFP President Michael Klein remarked, “Paul Thomas has a unique approach to each movie he creates. His cutting-edge style and high quality of filmmaking is why we are excited to be distributing his movies through LFP Video.”
Thomas said, “Thank you to everyone at LFP for supporting my studio and the new release ‘Pervert.' Erotica has unfairly developed a tag of being soft, when actually it is any art meant to sexually arouse. ‘Pervert’ is erotica at its hardest and most arousing. The twisted story intensifies the dirty sex and makes the movie more accessible to a larger audience.”
David Diamond, LFP Video’s national sales manager said, “We’ve already experienced a massive amount of orders for ‘Pervert.' Retailers, e-tailers and distributors are taking note of their great sales on PT’s first independent release, ‘The Twilight Zone’ and recognizing the demand for ‘Pervert.' It’s a harder take on vintage Paul Thomas.”
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