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October 05, 2016

‘X-Rated: Greatest Adult Movies’ Now on Netflix

LOS ANGELES—OK, cord cutters and cheapskates. Your time has come. X-Rated: The Greatest Adult Movies of All-Time, a feature-length documentary that examines the top erotic motion pictures from 1971 to 2015, is now available on Netflix. The documentary, produced by AVN founder Paul Fishbein through his Plausible Films banner and directed by Bryn Pryor, debuted on premium cable channel Showtime in February 2015 and was available this summer on VOD outlets as well as on Amazon Video and other transactional stores. X-Rated gives viewers a crash course on the history of adult filmmaking by presenting clips from 32 of the most significant movies of the last four-and-a-half decades. The 94-minute documentary is hosted by adult star Chanel Preston. "We are very excited that Netflix subscribers can now stream Greatest Adult Movies," Fishbein said. "It allows a whole new audience to disagree with our choices and complain about films that are missing. Hopefully it will bring another new audience to the 32 adult movies discussed in our film." There to help viewers bone up on their studies are an array of adult stars and directors who comment on the movies and put them into historical perspective. In addition to names from adult’s storied past—such as Georgina Spelvin, Constance Money, Kay Parker, Ginger Lynn, Richard Pacheco, Paul Thomas, Veronica Hart, Marilyn Chambers, Herschel Savage, Jenna Jameson, Nina Hartley and the ubiquitous Ron Jeremy—X-Rated also includes interviews with current figures, including Casey Calvert, James Deen, Kimberly Kane, Kayden Kross, Ash Hollywood, Ana Foxxx, Bonnie Rotten, Riley Reid, Skin Diamond, Jacky St. James, Penny Pax, Allie Haze, Sarah Shevon, Lily LaBeau and Stoya. After its obvious starting point—1971’s iconic Deep Throat, which brought adult movies into the mainstream—Greatest Adult Movies hits many of the industry’s high notes, from Behind the Green Door (1972) and The Devil in Miss Jones (1973) up until the current era, with tribute paid to such porn auteurs as Paul Thomas, Andrew Blake, Michael Ninn, John Stagliano and Brad Armstrong (whose Underworld brings the movie to a contemporary close). From start to finish, it’s a compelling examination of the art form’s evolution—and perhaps the ultimate way to “Netflix and chill.” Click here to check out the Showtime trailer.

 
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