X-Rated 'SeXMen' Spoofs 'X-Men: the Movie' in Parody from the Creators of ClubLove.com.
SEATTLE--(ENTERTAINMENT WIRE)--July 13, 2000
When "X-Men: The Movie" opens in theatres across the country on Friday, July 14th, stay-at-home fans interested in racier fare will be able to watch an X-rated spoof on the Internet.
Presented by ClubLove.com, the site that brought the world the Pamela Anderson-Tommy Lee "honeymoon" video, a monthly Web-serial called "SeXMen" makes its debut with remarkably animated scenes of male and female mutants enjoying one another thoroughly.
Animation for the serial was developed for ClubLove.com parent, Internet Entertainment Group, by AOK Publishing. Members of ClubLove.com will be able to watch the first month's episode of "SeXMen" free, and after that the club will impose a modest fee. IEG said it is offering free one-week membership's in ClubLove.com.
"The movie only goes so far - we are helping people take their imaginations the final lap," according to Seth Warshavsky, IEG President.
With colorful costumes and exotic masks, the characters in SeXMen.com show their agility and suppleness in a variety of scenarios, with full sound effects.
IEG is an Internet content provider based in Seattle. Its flagship site is ClubLove.com, and it maintains alliances with a variety of adult and non-adult Websites internationally.