TV Round-Up

The season premiere of Banshee was a disappointment, not only was the nude scene from Odette Annable a complete dud, but it also turned out to be a body double named Jennifer Ortiz. Not that it mattered, because there wasn't really anything to see. Here's the scene.

Germany's ZDF did a little better. The second episode of Die Pilgerin, a mini-series filmed in the Czech Republic, featured some brief nipple-flashes from Josefine Preuss, as well as a little Hankster action.

  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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"The Sopranos"



Bethany Pagliolo

One Last Look


Johnny's comments:

One Last Look is a thriller where two sisters from London are taking a bus tour around South Africa. After a dance party, Yasmin's (Stephanie Schildknecht) sister Angie (Anna Capraro) goes missing. Yasmin enlists the help of a man she met at the party, Jules (Martin Kintu), to find Angie and they are directed to a remote property owned by an reclusive artist Frank (Neil Sandilands). When they get there, Frank's dog attacks them, savagely biting Jules and knocking Yasmin unconscious off the motorbike they were riding. Yasmin wakes up and finds that while Frank seems helpful, even agreeing to help find Angie, he is also very mysterious and while they recover from their injuries, Frank disappears for a time. It isn't long before they find out what Frank is hiding and Yasmin and Jules are going to have to hatch a plan to get out of this situation.

Not a bad little thriller that loses it in the final act that focuses far too long on Frank's mother issues and isn't it convenient that Yasmin just happens to look like his deceased mother. But for the most part, One Last Look works and is intriguing enough, Frank is a decent villain that does a lot of brooding (explains why he's a world renowned artist too) and newcomer Stephanie Schildknecht is appealing as Yasmin, a headstrong girl who will do anything for her sister. And she's damn pretty, particularly in that dress that Frank gives her (which of course was his mother's). Don't get a lot of South African movies around these parts, so this is a rare treat.

Stephanie Schildknecht film clips (collage below)

TV/Film Clips

Anja Plaschg (aka Soap & Skin) and Daniela Golpashin in Stillleben (2012)



Amanda Palmer in Want It Back (2012) in 720p. She's a weird one, aka Amanda Fucking Palmer.

Eva Green and Lauren Tempany in Perfect Sense (2011) in 1080p



Julia Cencig in Das Weihnachtsekel (2006)

Bettina Zimmermann in Das unbezaehmbare herz (2004)

Scarlett Johansson in A Love Song For Bobby Long (2004) in 720p

Gilda Arancio and Reine Thirion in Schoolgirl Hitchhikers (1973) in 1080p. We'll be seeing more from this remnant of the golden age of exploitation films.



  Emily Ratajkowski

Laurence Lebeouf in Lac Mystere (2013)

Rachel Weisz in Enemy at the Gates (2001). This is from an HD broadcast. The edges of the picture were slightly different here than in the Blu-Ray, and that difference revealed a tiny bit of Rachel's coochie.

Gloria Hendry in Savage Sisters (1974)