James Deen Brings '7 Sins' Series to Climax With 'Wrath'

Oct 7, 2014 11:15 AM PST

LOS ANGELES — A popular pornographer with mainstream credibility and artistic vision brings his conceptual XXX series to a climax with “James Deen’s 7 Sins: WRATH.”

Each of the previous six installments has presented one of the so-called “seven deadly sins” with shocking sexual imagery; in the final chapter, Deen propels nine natural-bodied vixens through a rough, intense reverse-gang bang. Evil Angel will release the nasty new movie Oct. 20 on DVD and VOD; it can be previewed now in a trailer at EvilAngelVideo.com.

“If you go to JamesDeen.com and watch the ‘7 Sins’ series, you will see that none of them really have a premise or a plot. They are all expressions of each sin through sex, or at least that was the goal,” Deen said. “‘Wrath’ was the hardest one for me because I don’t consider sex an inherently angry act. I tried to go to the root of the project and really just express a sin with sex. The lighting is angry and camera work is angry; the sex is pointless and rough. All pieces of this are intended to express wrath.”

“James Deen’s 7 Sins: WRATH” is composed of a single, marathon scene: In a stark, empty room, a menacing Deen accosts Carmen Caliente, Carmen Callaway, Dani Daniels, Delilah Davis, Janice Griffith, Sadie Santana, Vyxen Steel, Jessica Ryan and Trinity St. Clair. According to Evil Angel, the girls "aggressively compete to be dragged by the hair for rough, manhandling sex. As Deen slaps, spanks, chokes and copulates with each girl, her aggressive, crawling rivals encircle the action like pervs in a porn theater."

“I bent Janice Griffith in half and fucked her throat, and smashed Dani Daniels’ head into a lamp and wall while having sex with her,” Deen said. “That shit was pretty gnarly.” 

Deen said he is hard-pressed to choose a favorite chapter of the series. “I was trying to decide the other day,” he said, but could only conclude that, “I am very proud of each one.”  

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