James Deen Wraps '7 Sins' Series With ‘Wrath’

Bob Johnson

LOS ANGELES — James Deen announced today the release of “James Deen’s The 7 Sins: Wrath,” the final installment of the series, along with the release of the full seven-episode anthology through JamesDeen.com.

The film stars Deen along with Carmen Caliente, Dani Daniels, Danny Wylde, Jessica Ryan, Vyxen Steel, Carmen Callaway, Delilah Davis, Janice Griffith and Sadie Santana.

“My inspiration for the series was really just because I wanted to make some cool looking stuff. I had these ideas and couldn't figure out how I could fit them into a standard movie. I then realized that is one of the reasons why I started my own company — so I could shoot the type of content I wanted and not be forced to have it fit within any standardized norms,” Deen said.

The entire series, which includes past titles “Gluttony,” “Greed,” “Pride,” “Lust,” “Envy,” and “Sloth,” is also now available exclusively on JamesDeen.com before it reaches stores. The popular films tell sexual stories surrounding the Seven Deadly Sins. Each volume stars Deen with a slew of popular performers such as Alektra Blue, Katie St. Ives, Sara Luvv, Dahlia Sky, Dana DeArmond, Dana Vespoli, Chanel Preston, Chloe Foster and many others.

Additional volumes includes: “Greed,” that follows a greedy man (Deen) who captures women as possessions and holds them for his own sexual bidding. The movie stars Alektra Blue, Belle Noire, Rilynn Rae and others.

“Gluttony” is the story of gluttonous sinners portrayed by Deen, Sara Luvv, Jessie Parker, Lyla Storm, Karmen Karma and others. “Lust” features the overpowering sexual needs of a young woman portrayed by Dahlia Sky. It also stars Derrick Pierce and Deen. “Pride” is the story a thriller about a vain psychopath (Deen) whose harem of brainwashed women (Dana Vespoli, Phoenix Marie, Dana DeArmond) perform his sexual bidding.

Also available are “Envy,” which focuses on a woman (Chanel Preston) who becomes consumed by jealousy over the young hussy (Chloe Foster) who lives across the street, and “Sloth,” thatf ollows the descent into depression of a young girl (Lia Lor) as she, Deen, Amanda Tate and Jennifer Dark, inhabit a world of filth and depravity.

Deen said his brand carries forth his message and motivation: “Think for yourself. Be true to yourself. Explore life and live without shame.” He said every movie and product created, promoted, or sold by him embodies these values, while encouraging the importance of play, laughter, healthy sexuality, and above all, happiness.

To see the trailer of “James Deen’s The 7 Sins: Wrath,” or to order the film, click here.