MARINA DEL REY, Calif.—The anticipated trailer for Paul Thomas Presents’ Pervert is now available. Thomas’ second movie from his independent studio will release Nov. 2 on DVD from LFP Video.

Featuring an A-list cast, Pervert stars Lily LaBeau, Bobbi Starr, Samantha Ryan, Krissy Lynn, Sarah Shevon, Otto Bauer, Eric Swiss, Anthony Rosano and Derrick Pierce. An uncompromising film, Pervert is an intelligent and sexually extreme vision of the deviant behaviors lurking in the back of even the most normal minds.

“Paul Thomas created a trailer perfectly capturing the pace and complexity of his movie, Pervert,” Rob Smith, director of operations for LFP Video, said. “Of course, there’s the hot sex as well. Anyone wondering why PT decided to start his own company only needs to watch the trailer for Pervert to understand. He is exploring new ground in his career, and Hustler is proud to distribute his new visions.”

View the XXX-rated “Pervert” trailer here; the R-rated trailer here; and the YouTube trailer here.

David Diamond, LFP Video’s national sales manager says, “The trailer is intoxicating. Any e-tailer posting the Pervert trailer on its website is going to notice a drastic increase in orders. Its sexy and gritty feel definitely leaves consumers wanting more, a feeling which will only be satisfied by owning the DVD.”

Pervert includes two stories of regular people taking their sexual desires to the extreme. Otto Bauer plays Doyle, a Peeping Tom obsessed with Joy (Lily LaBeau). Joy likes to play twisted games too, and it’s not long before she has Doyle on all fours begging to be pleased…or punished. He’ll do anything, as long as he has her attention. Eric Swiss is Robin, a lawyer bored with his life—finding adrenaline rushes from mugging strangers and sleeping with prostitutes. While Psychologist Marion (Samantha Ryan) is supposed to help fix Robin’s abnormal behavior, he ends up pulling her down into his dark world.

Pervert is a glimpse behind the curtain of the human mind, where people hide their filthiest desires,” director Thomas said. “Everyone is guilty of repressing these thoughts because society shames us into thinking perversion is a bad thing. If everyone is having these abnormal thoughts, then maybe they are more normal than we would like to admit. It’s healthy to indulge in deviant behavior every once in awhile.”

For more information about Pervert, click here.