Cast and Box Art for “Red Riding Hood XXX”

Triple X Parody Reveals Cast, Box Art for ‘Red Riding Hood XXX’

(From AVN) – Triple X Parody, the newest studio from Mile High Media, has revealed the box art and cast for Red Riding Hood XXX.  From the mind of writer/director Ashlynn Brooke, the movie stars Lexi Belle as Red, the sexy girl adorned in the infamous cloak, and Anthony Rosano as the sleazy wolf.

Releasing later this month, Red Riding Hood XXX is the premiere title from Triple X Parody, a studio specializing in producing high quality adult parodies of mainstream movies, TV shows and books.

Red Riding Hood XXX is the uncensored look at what really happened in the woods on the way to grandmother’s house. After all, the fairy tale failed to mention Red Riding Hood’s naughty side, or the fact that the Wolf was a sleazy, manipulating pervert who preys upon innocent, young girls. The horny Wolf sets his eyes on corrupting the seemingly naive Red. With the help of his luscious assistant, Wolf gets Grandma out of the way so he can have Red all to himself.  The only catch is, Red is not quite as innocent as she looks.

In addition to Belle and Rosano, Red Riding Hood XXX stars Juelz Ventura as the Wolf’s assistant, as well as Kristina Rose, Carolyn Reese, Magdalene St. Michaels, Danny Mountain and James Franco.

“If you go back and read the classic fairy tales, you’ll find they are quite often some of the most perverse stories ever,” Brooke said. “Red is a Lolita—a sweet girl on the outside with the mind and soul of a sexual freak. Even before I wrote the script, I knew Lexi was my Red. The whole cast is perfect at walking the line between innocence and perversion.”

Mile High Media Vice President Jon Blitt says, “It’s incredible how Ashlynn is able to find the sexual nature in anything. It takes a really special woman to turn the story of Little Red Riding Hood into an adult extravaganza. Having Red Riding Hood XXX as the first release for Triple X Parody helps set the tone for the uniqueness of the studio. We are taking the genre to new heights.”