Skye Blue’s Platinum Blue Productions will launch two new production companies in January 2007: ethnic label Phantom Films, and Reversed Flesh, specializing in hardcore girl/girl kink.
Phantom Films debuts with 'Black In Business', due out January 17. With an emphasis on anal and vaginal creampies, the video stars Vida Valentine, Lena Washington, Alayah Sashu, Diamond, and Hypnotic.
"I know Skye Blue and her companies Platinum Blue and Phantom Films are a class act,” said director Kangpin. “If you look at her product line, her commitment to quality is very clear. I am flattered to have the opportunity to direct this product line for her. It will do as well as her other high quality product lines."
On January 24, Reversed Flesh will enter the market with Perfectly Cruel, a hard-edged girl/girl production written and directed by fetish diva Mistress Aradia. "Through Reversed Flesh Productions I am able to bring my expression of creativity to life," said Aradia, who co-stars in the video with alt-porn darling Dana DeArmond. "I am really excited about expanding my relationship with Platinum Blue Productions to include my line, as well as the current opportunities within the company as the designer of graphic media as the post production supervisor. I have a lot of plans for the company and look forward to sharing my bizarre, kinky mind with the viewer."
"We put together Phantom Films and Reversed Flesh to offer our buyers and porn fans more,” said Platinum Blue president and CEO Skye Blue. “We've wanted to do ethnic titles for some time. Kangpin has been great to work with and has the commitment to quality and the hot sex we wanted to see in Phantom Films. With the addition of Reversed Flesh, it was a direction we were headed in with titles such as 'Shock Pussy' 1 and 2. Aradia has a gifted eye in art and design. She's become an integral part of Platinum Blue Productions. We have some very twisted and deviant visions in hardcore and girl/girl scenes, and Reversed Flesh is our way of pursuing that sharp edge with high production value."