“The Munsters” Porn: “Not The Munsters XXX”

In Friday morning WTF?! News, Herman, Marilyn, and the rest of the clan over at 1313 Mockingbird Lane are being turned into monstrous sex machines as part of a soon-to-be released x-rated movie. After receiving an unprecedented number of award nominations for 2007’s pornographic parody, Not The Bradys XXX, Hustler Video has turned it’s focus to sexing up another classic sitcom-The Munsters. Not The Munsters XXX, starring adult film performers Roxy Deville and Lee Stone, will hit DVD smut shops later this year, sporting a tagline promising that “the whole gang will be showing off what they can do best behind those creaky doors.”

Media analysts are outraged:

“Some things should remain sacred,” Bill Mann fumes. Mann is a television critic for the Contra-Costra Times. “What’s next? The Beverly Hillbillies’ Miss Hathaway Does Dallas? Orgy on Gilligan’s Island?”

(Quiet, Bill! Don’t give them any ideas. Although anything with the word “orgy” in the title can’t be all bad.)

“It seems the porn industry, like much of Hollywood, has run out of ideas. It’s sad that they are ruining some of out most treasured-and innocent-television memories.”

Anton Slayer is climbing behind the camera to direct Not The Munsters. The adult film director doesn’t see any harm in reshaping a classic family-friendly series into eyebrow-raising pornography:

“I’ve been a longtime fan of The Munsters and I really want to pay tribute to the show…We’ve gone all out with the makeup, costumes, and set to lend as much authenticity as possible to the original.”

So just how raunchy at The Munsters going to get? Well, one scene features Herman and Lily Munster celebrating their wedding anniversary with a sex session in a cemetery.

Little Eddie Munster’s not so little anymore. The Wolf-Boy “finally gets a chance to howl with pleasure after having a run-in with two smoking hot girls!”

Even Grandpa Munster will be getting a piece of the action, with one publicity blurb boasting: “Wait til you see what Grandpa has in store for you-he’s conjuring up plenty of treats in his laboratory!”

The Munsters, starring, Fred Gwynne and Yvonne De Carlo, aired on CBS from May 1964-May 1966. Comparable to The Addams Family, which aired during the same era, The Munsters followed the lives of a blue-collar American family of monsters. The Munsters Today was a 1988 revival of the original series.