|Released||Jun 10th, 2015|
|Running Time||133 Min.|
|DVD Extras||Bonus Scenes, Non-Sex Version, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s), Widescreen|
|Cast||Derrick Pierce, Britney Amber, Ryan Driller, Aiden Ashley, Alison Tyler, Brendon Miller, Giovanni Francesco, Kleio Valentien, Carter Cruise|
|Non-Sex Roles||Celeste Star, Others, Lily Cade|
|Genre||Parody - Drama|
In the alternate comic book universe Axel Braun has concocted over the past several years, this new addition might be considered the ultimate convergence of some of his most prized all-stars. Of course, those all happen to be guys—namely the two caped superheroes of the title and supervillain The Joker, respectively reprised from earlier Braun parodies by Giovanni Francesco, Ryan Driller and Brendon Miller.
And damn if all three of them don’t deliver substantially more refined performances than they have previously in those roles.
Now fear not—there are female characters here, and in fact one of them also returns from a past Braun superparody: none other than his contract girl Aiden Ashley as Catwoman. The rest are all new characters to the Braun-o-sphere, but they more than even out the lady side of the picture’s scale, and stand to become fan faves in their own right: Britney Amber as Maxima, Alison Tyler as Wonderwoman, reigning AVN Best New Starlet/Best Actress Carter Cruise as Supergirl, and in a truly star turn, alt queen Kleio Valentien as Harley Quinn.
As the movie opens, we learn that Superman has become a wanted fugitive, and his arch-nemesis Lex Luthor (Derrick Pierce) now sits as President of the United States … one facing impeachment. He’s hoping to dodge such proceedings by luring Superman out of hiding, and Joker, Harley Quinn and Catwoman happily jump at the chance to lend a hand (and in turn collect the $1 billion bounty on Superman’s head). Batman gets pulled into the fray after Joker kidnaps Lois Lane (Celeste Star) as bait. What brings Batman and Superman head-to-head is a complex twist we won’t spoil, but suffice it to say this script is one of the most intricate of Braun’s career.
The sex does not disappoint either, most especially in the cases of Supergirl’s tryst with President Luthor on the Oval Office desk, and the berserk three-way between Harley Quinn, Catwoman and the Joker.
Superb special effects, unparalleled costuming and art direction, and an overall cinematic scale that’s increasingly rare to see in porn moviedom these days make BvS another triumph in Braun’s spectacular oeuvre.