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We make bespoke porn for a living – nothing is too weird, and some of the requests even surprise us, says couple


A COUPLE who make bespoke porn for a living have revealed the bizarre and sometimes surprising requests they receive.

Dan and Rhiannon have been running Anatomik Media for over a decade now and say they’ve received hundreds of requests.

Anatomik Media has been running for over a decade

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Anatomik Media has been running for over a decadeCredit: Anatomik Media
Dan and Rhiannon say no request is 'too small, large - or weird'

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Dan and Rhiannon say no request is ‘too small, large – or weird’Credit: Anatomik Media

The LA couple’s website boasts that “no request is too small or large – or weird!” and say they’re helping people fulfil fantasies that traditional porn can’t offer.

They told Lad Bible: “‘Crazy’ is so subjective, the requests we get really run the gamut.

“One of the most benign we’ve had was a fully-clothed woman swatting flies. Another guy also sent in a vacuum cleaner request once.

“He wanted a canister vacuum cleaner, it couldn’t be an upright, those aren’t sexy, it had to be the 60s canister, and he wanted her to vacuum the floor a little bit, but not too much, but mostly the couch, so she just cleaned the couch.”

The couple started Anatomik Media at the same time the internet was ballooning with adult content websites.

Rhiannon had come from a job in non-porn animation and Dan had always made his own adult films. The two decided they’d made their own mark on the industry by launching a bespoke porn service.

‘ONE MOVIE COSTED $30K AND HAD 25 ACTORS’

The out-there lovers said requests often come with a script, scene directions and specifics about props. it was then their job to hand over a list of model and make that erotic dream a reality.

In fact, business is so strong that people have to wait months to get a booking.

“Our most expensive movie isn’t out yet but it’s called The Bride,” they said.

“That had a cast of 25 people and cost about $30,000. And to be perfectly honest, we were really surprised that the guy wanted to go along with it.

“We just kind of assume that guys who come to us with larger production ideas probably won’t go through with it.

“The concept was someone getting married, a younger woman marrying an older man, and then at the the reception she starts flirting with best man, the son-in-law, the step-son gets involved, and then attendees of the wedding get involved, and everyone is taking videos.”

Like any business, Dan and Rhiannon also have regulars and said they’re working with one to make an entire fantasy series.

They said: “Some of our clients kind of see themselves as a writer, a creative type, and this guy is for sure. It’s not always, ‘I want this sexual thing’.

“They’ve got this story and they want it to come to life.”

‘WE LIKE MAKING CRAZY MOVIES’

Among some of the stranger requests they had was one called the ‘$240 Condiment Game’ which involved industrial strength condiments like beans, ketchup, chili and mustard, being poured over a girl’s head.

“When barbecue sauce comes in and starts mixing up with everything… [it] is just brutal” they said.

“It overpowers everything, it really smells. You have no idea what it smells like, it’s like nothing you can imagine.”

Some requests are deeply personal.

“Some people are really apprehensive about contacting us because they’ve never said this to anyone before, like, what their fetish is.

“So often they will say, ‘I’ve never, ever put this into words before, I’ve never spoken to anyone about this’.

“Even their spouse. It’s a secret that they’re telling us for the first time.”

They said making films in line with what customers want can “weigh heavy” on them at times.

“We get clients who are so particular about every single detail of their video, and that puts a lot of pressure on us to get every single thing right.

“And a lot can go wrong on a shoot.

“The biggest example was when a model didn’t work out and we swapped them out on the fly, without telling the client – we’ve only done that a couple of times and it’s worked out both times. Thank God.

“It’s more important to make them happy than to lose a few bucks, because that’s what we enjoy the most, when we deliver that video, someone watches it and comes back to us and says, ‘That was amazing’, it’s a great feeling.

“And we like making crazy movies.”

NOT ALL LATEX AND WHIPS

For some, Dan and Rhiannon say, their movies provide a chance to overcome deep-seated trauma.

They said: “So this gentleman contacted us and he seemed a little bit apprehensive.

“He told us that he had built this stamp collection over 40 years, 40 years! And he said, ‘I want to send this stamp collection to you, this is my concept, I really want this to happen’.

“And we were talking, like, ‘should we do this, we’re gonna destroy this guy’s 40-year-old stamp collection?’

“He had done it eight times before. He had a total of 10 books of stamps, so we were number nine, and we think he still has one book left.

“It was really kind of sad. The reason that he was destroying his stamp collection, I think, was because his therapist had told him it was a ridiculous hobby to have. His therapist. They must have been the most terrible therapist ever.

“But it seems as though he ended up taking it and internalising it in a positive way, and it does seem as though having this happen really did unlock something for him that made him feel better. And that’s all that matters.

“We’re like therapists.”

Some requests are deeply personal

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Some requests are deeply personalCredit: Anatomik Media

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