Evil Angel Revives Jake Malone's 'Bitchcraft' Series

Nelson Ayala

VAN NUYS, Calif. — Evil Angel is set to revive gonzo director Jake Malone's all-girl, fetish-core series "Bitchcraft." The line, which has been on hiatus for two years, makes its return on Oct. 8 with the release of "Bitchcraft 9."

“I’m just as excited as the customers to see what Jake has in store for us,” Evil Angel Domestic Sales Manager Justin Rich said. "It's been so long."

"Bitchcraft 9" marks Malone's second effort for Evil Angel since returning to porn this summer. It is described by the studio as a "potent potion of high fashion and low filth," and includes four "provocative" scenes of female domination and submission.

"It is a joy to watch, for me, the gleam in a girl’s eye when she first ‘gets’ the dynamic of BDSM," Malone said. "Whether it’s in the submissive role or the Domme role, it’s magical.”

"Bitchcraft 9" features performances by Chanel Preston and Andy San Dimas, Anikka Albrite and Dani Daniels, Casey Cumz with Lily LaBeau and Sinn Sage and Nicki Hunter with BDSM virgin Cindy Starfall.

“It was [Starfall's] first BDSM-themed scene, and as you will see in the BTS, she loved it," Malone said. "Being tied up and all the other power exchange stuff really converted her to an even more adventuress little strumpet than she was. Nicki Hunter did her like only a lifestyle Domme can, pushing and coaxing her but never threatening or scaring her."

A hardcore trailer for "Bitchcraft 9" can be seen here.