B. Skow's latest film, In the Flesh, streets later this month and he looks to once again be courting controversy. While the film's message shouldn't necessarily be controversial, it will most certainly ruffle a few feathers among the conservative Christian crowd.
Aman has returned to earth after a break of 2015 years, to try and save humanity from itself one more time. But this time, instead of spreading a message of love and forgiveness, he wants to tell people to go fuck themselves... meaning, he wants to get them to get over their shame of sex, to touch themselves, and find the bliss within, to masturbate, to literally "go fuck themselves" and leave their shame behind. Because shame, he believes, is the root cause of all the evil in the world. Especially the shame we ascribe to sex.
The film stars Raven Bay, Mercedes Carrera, Kassandra Raine, Daisy Haze, and Kasey Warner, along with Alec Knight, Dick Chibbles, Seth Gamble, Michael Vegas, Karlo Karrera, and Skow regular Steven St. Croix. In the Flesh arrives on Friday April 24, so pre-order your copy today.