OK, we promise we will resist making any corny remarks in this review (except for right now) about Thor’s “magical hammer.” Now that that’s out of the way, let us dissect, as best we can, porn parody maven Axel Braun’s treatment of this inherently corny comic book tale.
In keeping with the first of the big-screen adaptations (this reviewer admittedly has yet to see the sequel), Thor XXX makes very little sense, is stupendously campy, and gets left gapingly open for a follow-up, but still packs a whole lot of spectacle, fun and, by far most importantly, hot ass.
That said, plenty of credit is due to both Brendon Miller as the title character and 2014 AVN Best Actor Tommy Pistol as his evil half-brother Loki, each pouring every ounce of scene-chewing panache they’ve got into their respective characters.
To sum up the basic happenings here, Loki hoodoos Sif (Kimberly Kane) into believing he’s Thor and thus allowing him to bang her in the ass; when Thor sniffs this out (literally) and casts his hammer at Loki in rage, Loki poofs the hammer and then himself to Earth. Defying the command of his father (Mark Davis), Thor goes after Loki in order to protect us Earthlings, and upon arrival, awaiting Loki and sidekicks The Executioner (Dick Delaware) and The Enchantress (Nicole Aniston) strike him down. Waking up in a hospital, Thor immediately bangs the hot nurse tending to him (Alyssa Branch, who tells him, “I don’t usually do this,” but what nurse is going to say no to the God of Thunder, right?). So as to come to Thor’s aid, Sif blows the guardian of the Rainbow Bridge (Dick Chibbles), and arrives on Earth just in time for an epic showdown involving Thor, Loki's two accomplices and a CGI Iron Man.
Making certain to deliver as thoroughly on the sexual quotient as the razzle-dazzle, there are also high-energy bonks along the way between Thor’s folks (Davis and Julia Ann) and the villainous Enchantress and Executioner.
Silly or not, an Axel Braun parody is simply in another league from just about any other; the acting, the costume design, the special effects, the art direction—everything defies the porn parody stereotype unequivocally. And Thor XXX is just one more shining example of how.