CHATSWORTH, Calif.—Leading adult parody makers Revolution X and Digital Sin (sister companies to New Sensations) achieved a first: Having their parody parodied. Star Trek: The Next Generation: A XXX Parody was re-created on YouTube by German über-nerd and Trekkie Norman Szczepanski. The two-part shortened adaptation is 20 minutes long and removes all the sex from adult parody. Made entirely with Star Trek action figures, the doll parody is profiled on leading sites Salon.com, BleedingCool.com and EscapistMagazine.com. It is the newest distinguishing achievement for Star Trek: The Next Generation: A XXX Parody, one of the top-selling adult movies in the world.
Revolution X, Digital Sin and New Sensations are the only parody studios continually endorsed by the celebrities they pay tribute to. Anna Paquin, Alan Ball (True Blood), Gillian Anderson (X-Files), Zach Braff (Scrubs) and the cast of Reno 911 have all publicly celebrated their respected parodies. While adult parodies are continually mentioned as a staple of celebrity status for actors, movies and TV shows, receiving its own parody is one of the highest forms of flattery for Star Trek: The Next Generation: A XXX Parody.
Twenty-three-year-old student Norman Szczepanski first began creating his doll adaptations of Star Trek novels and episodes as an alternative to writing book reports. Normally his video re-creations take 20 days, but he was so inspired by Star Trek: The Next Generation: A XXX Parody, he shot his version in a little over two days.
"I first saw the trailer for Star Trek: The Next Generation: A XXX Parody in April, and then the DVD in May," stated Szczepanski. "I just loved it! It's incredible. I didn't sleep much until I was finished. The amount of people who have already seen my movie on YouTube is amazing! I had no idea the reaction would be this massive. I was just looking for something to do because my school work was boring."
"Star Trek fans are amazing," wrote Drew Grant of Salon.com. "I can't think of one other group that would be so dedicated to removing the sex from a porn parody about their show just so they could focus more on the plot (except maybe Battlestar fanatics). … As it turns out, when you take away all the hardcore boning from the film and replace the characters with action figures, what you're left with is a pretty coherent and in-universe Star Trek episode." To read the full article on Salon.com, click here.
To appeal to an even broader audience, Revolution X's DVD of Star Trek: The Next Generation: A XXX Parody comes with a sex-free version as well as the XXX movie. The strong story is garnering the movie immense praise from Trekkies and media sites. It fits perfectly into the "Next Generation" canon.
Star Trek: The Next Generation: A XXX Parody begins on a distant planet where Data discovers the body of Lt. Tasha Yar, a former crew member thought to be dead. While some of the crew are happy to see their lost comrade, others remain skeptical of her intentions. The appearance of a Romulan Warbird increases panic, and the Enterprise finds itself under attack from outside and within. Impending danger evokes lustful desires, as the crew turns to each other for comfort. Data and Tasha Yar rekindle their old flame, Troi and Riker put the Holodeck to use, and Captain Picard and Dr. Crusher finally have their moment of passion. Star Trek: The Next Generation: A XXX Parody features all the action of the original, with the sex fans dream of.
The pitch-perfect cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation: A XXX Parody includes: April O'Neil (Counselor Troi), Rocco Reed (Cmdr. Riker), Dana DeArmond (Ensign Ro), Kimberly Kane (Lt. Crusher), India Summer (Tasha Yar), Tyler Knight (Geordi La Forge), Bobbi Starr (Dr. Leah Brahms), Xander Corvus (Lt. Cmdr. Data), Lee Bang (Lt. Worf) and Tim Cannon (security officer). In addition, a mainstream Patrick Stewart double named Giles was cast to play Captain Picard.
To read AVN's review of the movie, click here.