iPimp, the latest film from independent production company, ELMAfilms has been released on DVD and is available for sale, a spokesman from the Northern California headquarters announced today.
Presented in infomercial style and hosted by August Devereaux, III iPimp’s inventor, the DVD release contains not only the original film, but a sundry of bonus materials, including a “censored” version of the parody. The film also features such notable characters as Cranberry DeLite, Hamish McKuen and Butch Tiffany, among others, each of which represents a different user community of the revolutionary software being touted in iPimp.
“You’d be surprised how many people have actually watched iPimp at screenings and then asked me where they could buy it – not the film, but the software itself,” said Mark D’Elicio, the film’s producer. “Now, they can at least own the DVD!”
Elvis Murks, director of iPimp, added, “This film really resonates with a wide audience and after all, everyone has seen an infomercial that captured their interest – ours keeps you interested and makes you laugh at the same time.”
iPimp’s tag line, “Bringing the world”s oldest profession into the 21st century” has become known far and wide, as the iPimp website receives visitors and fans from around the world expressing interest in owning the DVD.