“Live life to the fullest, without fear or regret.”
Dozens of friends and colleagues of Marland “Sledge Hammer” Anderson mingled and reminisced at the late performer’s memorial service in Woodland Hills yesterday.
Others may feel differently, but this was the most shocking thing I ever saw in a movie aimed at my then demographic: Molly Ringwald’s stunt crotch from 1985′s “The Breakfast Club.” (The second most arresting cinematic moment came a year later when Isabella Rosselini said “Hit me, Jeffrey.”) Iconic 80′s director John Hughes died of […]
Richard de Montfort, who died earlier this month, directed Scarlett Fay as Lindsay Lohan impersonating Marilyn Monroe in a recreation of Monroe’s 1962 “Last Sitting” pictorial. Of course de Montfort had Fay fuck her photographer afterward in “Hustler’s Untrue Hollywood Story: Lindsay Lohan,” which may or may not have also happened with Monroe and Vogue […]
“Angela’s Ashes” author Frank McCourt, who died last week at 78, introduced me to a term far more hopeful than a Dirty Sanchez, Cleveland Steamer, or Blumpkin: The Knee-Trembler. It involves fucking your partner up against the wall, preferably at a bar, with the pressure on the spinal column enough to cause the legs to […]
Photographer, director, and raconteur Richard Monfort, whose nom de porn was Richard de Montfort, will be memorialized Saturday morning at Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills Cemetery. He was 53 when he died earlier this month. Richard was the set photographer for dozens of Hustler movies, and was also an excellent director. I always looked forward to […]
“Behind the Green Door” star Marilyn Chambers died of a cerebral hemorrhage and aneurysm resulting from heart disease, the L.A. County Coroner’s Office reported yesterday. Though two prescription medications were found in her system at the April 14 autopsy, the drug levels were within normal limits. Chambers was found dead on April 12 in her […]
Marilyn Chambers, who provided one of the first – and most flattering – definitions of “porn star,” was found dead Easter evening. She would have been 57 on April 22. The Rhode Island native, born Marilyn Ann Taylor, starred in “Behind the Green Door,” the 1972 film that established San Francisco’s Mitchell Brothers as a […]