GUYS, 2017’s AVN AWARD WINNER IS COMING!
Brad Armstrong, best known for his raging Canadian boner and socially-aware erotica, is back with a brand new, totally “woke” movie that’s aimed squarely at whoever chooses the AVN winners (which we’re pretty sure is this guy).
Set in the not-too-distant future, Takers tackles the political hot potato of healthcare, a topic we’d say is “wicked” relevant this week (get it? Wicked?), by imagining a world where rising costs have made black market surgical procedures the norm and patients are forced to do all kinds of crazy shit (mostly blowing dudes and stuff) to secure the care they need.
Having not yet seen the movie, we’re going to guess that it’s easily the most socialist film ever made and Brad Armstrong is a total pinko. FEEL THE BERN, HUH BRAD?
Anyway, here’s the trailer. Unless you think you have something better to do with your time (which you DON’T, obvz).
The official synopsis reads as follows:
TAKERS is a gritty Erotic Thriller set in the near future. The government has turned its back on society and the Health Care and Medical Insurance Industries have gone haywire. Medical costs have skyrocketed and many procedures have become “Black Market” operations. Enter the world of organ selling… and stealing. Donor Lists are now a thing of the past and patients are willing to do whatever it takes to get the lifesaving organs they need. In this black market economy… the highest bidder lives. Alan Hendrix, an unscrupulous businessman, has assembled a team of “Takers” Karen (Asa Akira), Sienna (Anna Foxxx) and Carrie (Kleio Valentine) beautiful seductresses who lure men into a night of passion they’ll never forget. Unfortunately, they’ll wake up to find they’ve become unwilling organ donors. This edge of your seat drama mixes intense sex, intriguing storytelling, and incredible acting by some of today’s most talented performers. This movie is a “Must See” and will change your mind about what an adult movie can be.
Takers, a 2-disc deluxe DVD, comes your way in late August.
BONUS: Read Brad Armstrong’s story from the 2009 book Gig, about people and their jobs!