MFX Media

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MFX Media was a Brazilian pornographic fetish media company that was known for specializing mostly in the scatology genre for their videos. The company was founded in the 1990s, and the the website launched in 2004. The company was founded by Marco Fiorito, and is known for producing notable scat-films such as 2 Girls 1 Cup and 4 Girls 1 Fingerpaint (also known as Swap.avi).


The website brings an 18+ warning to the user, and provided DVD's of their films which can be seen on their homepage section, with categories such as "Shitting Panties", "Piss", "Enema", and more. Some of these films star male actors engaging in sexual activities with their bizarre fetish. The website does not include the infamous Hungry Bitches and Swap.avi films in their store anymore, and now redirects to their new store since they no longer sell out those DVDs. There is a "Members" section which lists the actors of the films, though most of the actors are not even listed here.

Marco Fiorito

The film Hungry Bitches was directed by Marco Fiorito, a Brazilian man who describes himself as a "compulsive fetishist" and "an artist in the art of movie making." He was interested in cinema in 1994, and two years later, he began making fetish films with his wife, which he stated "When we started, the only films that we made were about feet fetishes." A few years later, he moved on to more bizarre and disgusting fetishes involving excrement.

That film was produced by MFX-Video, one of several Fiorito companies that included his initials in their name (an exception, of course, was the firm Vomit Brazil). While Fiorito contends that his revolting films are not illegal in Brazil, some of his works have been branded obscene by U.S. prosecutors and led to the indictment of Danilo Croce, a Brazilian lawyer who lived in Florida and was listed on corporate documents as an officer of a company distributing Fiorito's films. In his legal declaration, which was filed in U.S. District Court in Orlando, Fiorito contended that Croce, 43, had no role in his movie business, other than helping to process credit card transactions through a travel company the attorney owned.


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