Sweet Mess Films Launches Website for 'Addams Family' Parody

CHATSWORTH, Calif. — Exquisite Films and Sweet Mess Films have launched the official website for their new film, “The Addams Family: An Exquisite Films Parody.”

The fillm marks the debut project for Sweet Mess, founded by Steviee Hughes and Fran Marquez and will be distributed by Exquisite Films.

Hughes said, “This is a great debut for Sweet Mess Films. ‘The Addams Family' is one of my all-time favorite TV shows so working on it was a pleasure every day of shooting. We hope the promo site gives media and distributors an opportunity to fully experience the film before its release on DVD.”

In addition to promotional photos of the cast, the site offers trailers and a blog about the making of the movie.

“It’s a great site. Sweet Mess created a valuable marketing tool for retailers and distributors to provide glimpses of the movie to consumers. They did a phenomenal job of giving ‘The Addams Family’ the full XXX makeover,” said Exquisite Films owner Jerry.

Headlining the film are India Summer as Morticia, veteran Evan Stone as Gomez and legend Nina Hartley as Grandma.

Also on the bill are Brandy Aniston as Wednesday, Seth Gamble as Pugsley, Dick Chibble as Lurch and Barry Scott as Uncle Fester.

The movie also enlist the talents of Aurora Snow, Ritchie, Bill Bailey, Allison Tyler, Charlie Chase, Alanah Rae and Chris Johnston.

The producers said the film is set for a mid-August release, making it available for the Halloween season.

For more information about the company visit Sweet Mess Films.

For sales information contact jerry@expxxx.com, mayra@expxxx.com or danny@xxxjuicy.com or call (818) 576-9464.

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