Talking Internal Patriarchy Shots with Angela White
For the past several months I have been doing this little job of work for Playboy in which I take the five top-selling movies for that week at Gamelink.com and write an interesting blurb about each of them for Playboy Radio’s Lexi Stetzel to read. I call these the Fap 5 and Yes, I am…
Bonnie Rotten plays a sex-and-apocalypse-wizened bounty hunter in the movie Tommy Pistol was born to make.
“…After they raped her, they probably went home and torrented all the DVDs.”
Director Eddie Powell stages the blessed event in a room filled with as many swinging lightbulbs as dicks, and this artificial setting works well with Rotten, who has made her body something both of this world (in that you want to become part of it) and beyond it.
“You can’t flunk out of porn” is a rule with exceptions
A sleek, informative, and convivial adult business conference with an accompanying awards ceremony, January’s XBiz360 conference was also a subtle battleground of ideas the adult industry is chewing on, from Content vs. Traffic to Free vs. Pay to Old vs. New. The conference underscored the lingering division between Content and Traffic in the porn business,…
…it doesn’t take much imagination to remember that, 20 years ago, every single movie would have been a Hairy Girl release.
Here’s the thing about growing older (I’m now 23): You notice the younger people who have the savvy, sass, and sobriety to make the world interesting after you’re dead. I knew Bonnie Rotten was someone to pay attention to when I heard her say, “You like fucking my 19-year-old ass?”
She’s just been in a handful of movies since alighting on the adult industry in early 2012, but Bonnie Rotten has already landed a very flattering star vehicle in Digital Sin’s “Meet Bonnie.” Why did the ultra-inked Ohioan absolutely deserve her own movie? Because she’s a porn star we can get behind.