Christina Fulton, Larry Flynt and Michael Zinna - Christina Fulton interviews Hustler Magazine founder Larry Flynt for her TRadioV show 'Playing It Forward' at Flynt Publications in Beverly Hills - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 3rd September 2014
Larry Flynt Friday 3rd June 2011 signs copies of his book 'One Nation Under Sex: How the Private Lives of Presidents, First Ladies and Their Lovers Changed the Course of American History' at Books and Books Coral Gables, Florida
Here's the story of this documentary: Susan and her sort-of-ex Tim are going broke (they have a film production company together), so they opt -- through a discussion I can't imagine would work with most people -- to spend eight months traveling around the country (with a poor four-year-old boy in tow), where Susan will enter poker tournaments and try to win enough cash to save the business. Game after game is filmed, most of which end with Susan being eliminated within a matter of hours. But she never, ever stops talking about it. (It is soon obvious why she and Tim are no longer a real item... though this later becomes confused for reasons I won't reveal.) Of course, this is all on film -- except for Susan's infrequent wins, which all happen off camera.
Now he's the subject of his own documentary, Pornstar, wherein his secrets are revealed (including a CIA family, penny-pinching ways, and an obsession with his own publicity. Through a series of utterly hilarious interviews with publishers like Al Goldstein and Larry Flynt, porn starlets like Tabitha Stevens and Alisha Klass, and oddball friends like Al ("Grandpa Munster") Lewis, the truth about Ron Jeremy is revealed. Yes, it's about what you're expecting, but it is also wildly funny, one of the most sheerly entertaining documentaries since Crumb.
Continue reading: Pornstar: The Legend Of Ron Jeremy Review
Rapper Lil' Kim suffered from a combination of a riding-up dress and see-through underwear, resulting in an unwelcome appearance in 'Hustler' magazine.
Rapper LIL' KIM will probably be shocked to discover less-than-flattering pictures of her in an upcoming issue of 'Hustler' magazine. The 'Ladies Night' singer's genitals have been sneakily photographed and are due to be shown-off in Larry Flynt's men's magazine.
The hip-hop bad girl has made a name for herself through her revealing outfits, although perhaps nothing to this extent. The magazine has printed photographs of the rapper (real name, Kimberly Jones) wearing see-through underwear at performance in February, 2004. While on-stage at the Canal Room in New York, Kim wore a mini orange dress which rode up during the performance, showing off her modesty.