Ain’t modern life wonderful? We’ve finally come to the point where a porn actor (and former law enforcement officer) can own a police car of his very own, and use it to make movies parodying his former profession!
Heading the production is longtime producer/director Matt Zane, who’s gathered some of porn’s newest and best for the hot and humorous crime saga, and has come up with the comic scenarios that let them display their sexual talents to best advantage.
“It’s based on the 20-year-running series, Cops,” Zane told AVN. “We try to re-create the exact way Cops was shot, the type of camera they use—all handheld, totally raw, give it that feel—and then it somehow goes terribly awry in the midst of arresting all these people and becomes a big love fest. Vantage Video thought of the idea and contacted me to do it, and we’re just trying to remain true to the show. It’s not going to be Reno 911 or anything like that, but I think the comedy’s going to come through on this anyway. You don’t need to try; I think the mere fact of people running down the streets and ultimately leading to some type of sexual scenario is just going to be kind of amusing.”
The cast includes Ashli Orion, Samantha Sin, Cassandra Cruz and Kaci Starr as the perps, with Chris Evans, Joe Blow, Seth Dickens and Tim Von Swine as the boys in blue.
We were fortunate enough to see cute Australian Kelly Surfer run from her Toyota after being pursued by Jack Lawrence in his own cop car. He chases the tiny blonde into what looks like a junkyard, but just as he has her lean against some shelving units and “spread ’em,” she pulls down her pants and spreads her pussy lips for his approval on a nearby stool.
Within moments, Jack’s pressed his lips against her lower ones, causing her to squeal with delight. From there, viewers will see plenty of mish, doggie and both cowgirl positions—and they’ll love how Jack picks her up and lets her ride his cock while he’s standing! A splooge to her lovely C-cups completes the scene.
Cops XXX Parody Too is being released by Dream Zone Entertainment and distributed by Vantage. This article originally ran in the October 2010 issue of AVN.