7 Wildly Unnecessary Porn Parodies

Thursday, September 15 by
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I suppose, once upon a time, porn parody movies made sense. I mean, I don’t really know who looks for slapstick and comedy in their porn, but when people were actually buying these movies, I guess it made sense to at attach your adult film to the brand of an established commercial one, even if it was in a pretty dumb fashion.

Well, that synergy will only get you so far. I understand the big parodies like Star Wars, and Indiana Jones, but some porn producers pursued parodies that were just awful and pretty damn unsexy. So we figured we would list a few of these wildly unnecessary parodies.

(I had to watch so much porn for this piece.)

7. Taxi Driver – Taxi Driver

Hmm. Travis Bickle, the protypical anti-hero, goes around banging chicks. Okay. I guess that’s a thing that could be made. Of course, I’m guessing the female lead won’t be Jodie Foster‘s character, the 14 year-old whore, but nothing would surprise me any more.

Nope. There’s her character. Right on the cover. Great.

6. The Cosby Show – Not The Cosby Show XXX

First of all – this intro is perhaps the funniest thing I have seen in six months. Please enjoy it. It’s safe for work, provided you don’t work at a Klan headquarters or something.

Beyond that, I have a number of issues with this production. But the only one worth addressing in this space is who wanders around a porn store and says to the clerk, “I love watching people have sex, but I don’t like it when one of them isn’t Bill Cosby“?

Has the well run dry? Couldn’t someone just do another Star Wars porn parody? Must we reach into the annals (hehe) of unsexy sitcoms and have people busting nuts to America’s first family? Is nothing sacred?

5. American Beauty – American Booty

OK. I get that “beauty” sounds like “booty.” But if that’s your only tenuous connection between your film and anything mildly erotic, you might want to change course. The non-porn version was a scathing social commentary on the hollowness of suburban life (which is so cliché that THAT should be parodied) as played out through the lives of a half-dozen miserable people.

You hard yet?

Yeah, me neither.