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There's Now An Area 51 Parody Porn Film

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There's Now An Area 51 Parody Porn Film

The 'Storm Area 51' event has brought a whole wave of weirdness to the world, having inspired everything from alien-themed music festivals through to, er, adult films.

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Yep, while many people are watching on feeling completely baffled by the whole thing, others have decided to use the Area 51 hype to their advantage - like the folk behind Pornhub Raids Area 51, a parody porn film about two adult film stars raiding Area 51 and making contact with an alien.

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Starring April O'Neil, Lauren Philips, 'a mystery friend' and 'an alien', the movie comes from the outsider porn aficionados at WoodRocket.

The synopsis reads: "Do aliens exist? If so, are they horny? What is life like away from Earth? These are the mysteries that have baffled humankind for centuries.

"Finally, these mysteries have been solved. Pornhub has discovered a video featuring two porn stars raiding Area 51 and then having sex with an alien."

April O'Neil and Lauren Philips. Credit: WoodRocket
April O'Neil and Lauren Philips. Credit: WoodRocket
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April O'Neil says in the trailer: "So, we figured we'd document what goes on here tonight just in case we don't make it back out."

Lauren Philips adds: "If everything goes right, this video will be proof that what we know exists in the middle of the Nevada desert, indeed exists"

Many people didn't really know what to make of the concept, with one YouTuber commenting on the trailer: "Wait what is this real."

Another seemed more convinced, writing simply: "Quality content."

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A third wrote: "I mean, this was inevitable."

The 'Storm Area 51' event became something of a cult icon on the internet, even when it was removed from Facebook and morphed into a music festival called Alien Stock.

One dude was even inspired to Naruto run past a reporter during a live news report - a reference to the original event's description, which told people: "If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Let's see them aliens."

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While the music festival promises some amusing alien-themed japes, actually storming Area 51 most certainly does not.

For starters, the American Air Force has said attempting to invade an 'open training range' is unsurprisingly a pretty bad idea.

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According to The Independent, US Air Force spokesperson Laura McAndrews said: "[Area 51] is an open training range for the US Air Force, and we would discourage anyone from trying to come into the area where we train American armed forces."

While she didn't divulge any specifics, McAndrews added ominously: "The US Air Force always stands ready to protect America and its assets."

County Commission Chairman Varlin Higbee also told the Las Vegas Review-Journal: "Oh, we're taking this seriously.

"With the possibility of 35,000 to 40,000 people showing up, yeah, this is serious."

Better of sticking to the extra-terrestrial music, IMO.

Featured Image Credit: Wood Rocket

Topics: Adult Film, Area 51, Entertainment, TV and Film

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