Released: Apr 06th, 2011
Running Time: 151 Min.
Directors: Lee Roy Myers, Sam Hain
Companies: Xenith Entertainment, Goodnight Media
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes, Still Gallery(ies), Widescreen
Cast: Diamond Foxxx, Anthony Rosano, Lexi Belle, Tommy Pistol, Rocco Reed, Brian Street Team, April O'Neil, Andy San Dimas, Zoe Voss
Critical Rating: AAAA
In this visually-stunning, sexy spoof of the cult classic and its modern high-tech sequel, the real world collides with the grid—a tech-geek's wet dream! When Kevin Fling is fired from his job as a pleasure product engineer, he decides to hack into the Enrection computer system. But he gets more than he bargains for. Sucked into the computer system, Kevin goes on an exciting journey through a world of beautiful and horny programs, busty software, fast and dangerous light-suckles, and glowing pussies, to take on the evil and powerful Masturbation Control Program. Catch shining examples of how penetration should really be seen with Pr0n: The XXX Parody! End of line.
For those unfamiliar with the term, "pr0n" is a code word of sorts among the cybergeek community devised as a means of covering their tracks when engaging in porn-related activities online. So it was just about as inevitable that the first X-rated Tron parody to come along would be so named as it was that Porn Valley would churn said parody out.
Sam Hain and Lee Roy Myers beat the pack to punch on both counts with this team outing, which primarily tackles the original Tron—though the accompanying electronica by Hype Jones parallels Daft Punk's entrancing score for the recent Tron: Legacy.
Also like the sequel, Pr0n is filled with lots of convoluted gobbledygook about we're not sure what, but every bit as much pretty stuff to look at. Anthony Rosano is punk tech guru "Fling," whose brilliant innovations in sex toys were stolen by his former boss at manufacturer "Enrection." Fling's attempts to uncover the files that will prove this get him sucked into the vortex of the Enrection CPU, where he must navigate his way to the "Masturbation Control Program" (which everybody abbreviates to "MBP" for some reason).
Amid these glow-spangled shenanigans, Fling gets some scalding program pussy from April O'Neil and Zoe Voss; Brian Street Team makes digital whoopee with Andy San Dimas; and Tommy Pistol receives a c.g. b.j. from Diamond Foxxx. Lexi Belle and Rocco Reed also enjoy some hot real-world jollies at Fling's desk before he's zapped into the mainframe.
There are a few good laughs along the way, too (our favorite '80s-referencing crack: Fling says he invented the "Fletchlight"). To be perfectly honest, though, from the formidably gifted duo of Hain and Myers, we might have expected something a little more jaw-dropping. This feels more akin to the less-than-professional efforts of the time period in which it takes place (Duck Dumont's 1986 sci-fi schlockapalooza Pleasure Maze comes to mind) than the type of polished, first-rate fare we've seen from both of these directors and others in the modern era.