Gram Ponante talks with Paul Thomas about “Jesus Christ Superstar” and how PT doesn’t like “Happy People Having Happy Sex.”
Is the 70’s porn creepiness gene necessary for our survival?
Stroll through the sticky archives of some of the classiest porn movies of all time
Gram’s Dirty Dozen of 2013 (powered by Gamelink)
…(Ash Hollywood) is juicy and submissive in this role, ripe for unsettling things to happen to her…
“I see the twisted remains of melted metal that was once a bike, and the wreckage of the humanity and families that are what’s left over of a $12,000 joyride which, yes, crashed, because they didn’t take it seriously.”
I always feel just a little out of place on porn sets, and that’s fine, because I’d miss a lot of the interesting stuff if I were comfortable. That is why I can bring you this photo of Sunny Leone naked in a graveyard.
Gram Ponante forces a pun so far that they’re wiping tears in heaven
Maybe Vivid’s presence in that bone orchard was proof that when you die, that’s all there is.
“These people are my family,” Hartley says. “And I really feel supported. I like seeing them without having to have a benefit, of course.”
John Leslie, who died unexpectedly December 5, was too young to go. But he lived an intriguing life full of fellow travelers.
“The Twilight Zone” porn parody follows the theme of much of Thomas’ free love era-inspired ouevre: Sexual repression fucks people up.
“I got things you won’t believe/Name your pleasure I will sell/I can fix your wildest needs/I got heaven and I got hell.”
In a very real way, all porn is good. But the following titles were better.
At no point in the movie “I’m Good At Freaky,” which premieres Thursday night at the Los Feliz 3, is the title character identified as iconic record producer/convicted murderer Phil Spector. But what about that hair? I talked with “Freaky” director/coproducer Roy Karch, who finished filming the movie in April, just as Spector’s jury pondered…
It’s Holy Week at Vivid, and Paul Thomas and Sasha Grey have at least 75 percent of the Gospels wrapped up. I’m sure it is the deepest hope of many people connected to individuals in the Porno-Industrial Complex that their loved ones throw down their Fleet enemas, designer lubes, and pthalate-free inflatable Pamela Peakses in…
Studio: Vivid Director: Paul Thomas Cast: Sasha Grey, Penny Flame, Tom Byron, Evan Stone, Aliana Love, Trent Tesoro, Herschel Savage, Lee Stone “I didn’t mean for this to happen,” intones Julie (Sasha Grey), commenting on her (naked, of course – are you kidding?) corpse a la “Sunset Boulevard” via its Porn Valley counterpart, Sherman Way.…
Vivid’s Steve Hirsch, who co-founded the company in 1984, was inside. Hirsch is one of only a few of Porn Valley’s CEOs who has managed to keep his company afloat from the dawn of VHS through the Great Internet Dilution. The others are Larry Flynt and Adam & Eve’s Phil Harvey.
You should buy this movie, if for no other reason than because McCarty is not going to be appearing on the Disney Channel any time soon.
Studio: Vivid Director: Paul Thomas Cast: Kelli McCarty, Daisy Marie, Voodoo, Kelly Leigh, Steven St. Croix, Jennifer Dark, James Deen, Herschel Savage Portions of this review also appeared on Fleshbot Kelli McCarty, star of Paul Thomas’ new movie Faithless, evokes a Golden Age porn queen but with millennial sensibilities. So she is like a drug…