3D porn blockbuster, Sex and Zen, tempts US market with severed horse penis (video NSFW)


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After proving that a big budget, erotic 3D film can turn a profit in China, Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy will try its luck with American audiences. To promote the film's limited US release, the distributer leaked a clip of the movie featuring a botched, back-alley penis transplant between man and horse.

While I can understand the novelty of a huge, detached horse penis flying at you in 3D, in an erotic film a castration scene is the equivalent of seeing a clip of your parents' sex tape. To be fair, this is not the first severed penis scene in a big budget 3D film. When watching Piranha 3D, I knew it was just a matter of time before the imitation Girls Gone Wild filmmaker had his dick chomped off—though admittedly I wasn't expecting the piranha to belch the decapitated penis back up. The difference is that Piranha 3D is a graphic horror movie and there is nothing more graphic or horrifying to male audiences than seeing a disembodied penis flying at you in 3D.

My point is this. Americans just became comfortable with gratuitous penis shots in comedies like Walk Hard, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Superbad, Bruno, and The Hangover 2. Are we ready to laugh at a penis being lopped off then caught in an oral tug-of-war between a dog and man?

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