LOS ANGELES, Oct. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- As co-founder of groundbreaking industrial/hard rock band Marilyn Manson, Scott Putesky – aka Daisy Berkowitz – knows a thing or two about fetish and shock subculture, making him the perfect choice to score a fetish film like Snatched – the latest offering from Los Angeles adult studio GwenMedia, which is now available through GwenMedia's master distributor, BDSM giant Stockroom, Inc.
GwenMedia –which is famed for its authentic, high-quality girl-girl fetish films – scored with a soundtrack from Putesky, says the production company's Creative Director, Daniel Sest. "When I met Scott earlier this year," says Sest, "I felt his musical approach would be perfect for a film as unique and sexy as this one." Featuring fetish superstars Mistress Aradia and Anastasia Pierce, Snatched is a story of abduction, love, and lust. Mistress Aradia plays a beautiful monster – a serial kidnapper of gorgeous women that finds herself in a demonic state of rapture, addicted to her juicy victim, Anastasia Pierce.
"The musical sequences are an amazing fit to the film," says Daniel. "Snatched is a special video that will satisfy many different fetishes." The film's sexy, hair-raising action puts the actresses – clad in shiny skin-tight latex – through a broad-ranging fetish repertoire that includes breath control; strap on play; bondage; and a wicked electrosex scene where razorblades are attached to Pierce's fingertips, who then struggles to keep from tearing the electrodes from her skin and cutting herself in the process as the electricity is cranked up.
Providing a musical counterpoint to a narrative that moves from the intensely frightening to the intensely sensual is certainly a challenge, but with cinematic music credits that include David Lynch's Lost Highway, proto-cyber thriller Strange Days and teen angst/media horror flick SFW, Putesky is no stranger to writing music that follows the twists of a diabolical plotline. In Snatched, Putesky's signature sound not only entices and excites, but suits the ever-shifting emotional tone of the film.
Snatched is available for both wholesale and retail sales exclusively through Stockroom, Inc. – an LA-based manufacturer of high-end bondage gear that is the world's leading source for all things fetish, and which is the exclusive master distributor of GwenMedia's products. To learn more about Snatched or buy a copy, visit the movie's page on The Stockroom's retail website, Stockroom .com. To inquire about volume purchases of this or other GwenMedia fetish titles, contact Stockroom Wholesale Manager Layla Ross at (213) 484-3882 or email@example.com.
The industry leader in innovative fetish video production, GwenMedia was first brought into the spotlight with its AVN Award-winning Ivy Manor series. Based in Los Angeles, California, and led by fetish icon, Isabella Sinclaire, the company holds an inventory of over 120 titles, all featuring the industry's A-list of fetish talent. The entire GwenMedia catalog is available for both retail and distributor sales from exclusive master distributor Stockroom, Inc.
About The Stockroom:
Stockroom, Inc. is the world's leading supplier of fetish clothing and bondage toys. An e-commerce pioneer, Joel Tucker founded the company in 1988, and took it online in 1989. Today, The Stockroom operates from a three-story, 30,000 square foot workshop and retail space on Los Angeles' legendary Sunset Boulevard. The vertically integrated facility combines leather and latex production, shipping, receiving and warehousing with design, executive and sales offices and a retail boutique that was awarded "Best Fetish Store" by Los Angeles magazine, and which also won the 2010 AVN "O" Award for Outstanding Retail Boutique. The company's main retail site, Stockroom .com, was recognized as Web Retailer of the Year in the 2009 XBiz Awards, and their men's retail site, MaleStockroom .com, was chosen as Best Adult Novelties Site of 2009 by users of influential LGBT web resource Cybersocket. The Stockroom's sexy fetish gear has appeared on television shows like HBO's "True Blood"; Playboy TV's "Foursome" and on TMZ.
About Scott Putesky:
Florida musician Scott Putesky co-founded iconic industrial/hard rock band Marilyn Manson and played guitar for the band under the name Daisy Berkowitz. Currently Putesky – who left Marilyn Manson over creative differences in 1996 – plays lead guitar for South Florida electro-raunch rock band, Kill Miss Pretty. He also is recording an album for a new band, Shaved Hamster; does fine art photography, and is preparing original artwork for a show in New Orleans.
SOURCE Stockroom, Inc.