TV Round-Up

Here's a 1080hd  preview of the first episode of the new season of Spartacus, from Starz

Viva Bianca

Lucy Lawless

Katrina Law


Note: Windows Media Player couldn't figure out how to play the sound for these, but VLC had no problem.

  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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This week's theme: The films of 1998 and 1999

3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain

No nudity in 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain (1998), just the perennial barbie doll Loni Anderson in leather.


There's no nudity in Armageddon (1998). Layla Roberts is sexy in leather straps

and Liv Tyler has her dress open.

The Bachelor

Brooke Shields is down to her underwear in The Bachelor (1999).

Marley Shelton shows some pokies.

Mariah Carey

and Renée Zellweger show a bit of cleavage.

Can't Hardly Wait

No nudity in Can't Hardly Wait (1998) but there are some lovely ladies:

Jaime Pressly

Jenna Elfman

Jennifer Love Hewitt

Jennifer Lyons

Melissa Joan Hart

Michelle Brookhurst

Tamala Jones

D.R.E.A.M. Team

There's also no nudity in D.R.E.A.M. Team (1999) just lots of cleavage and bikinis by Angie Everhart,

Brenda Schad,

Eva Halina,

Traci Bingham,

Traci Elizabeth Lords

and a few not identified.

Dungeon of Desire

Lots of nakedness in the soft core Dungeon of Desire (1999). The women who show the lot are Amber Newman,

Regina Russell

and Mia Zottoli (aka Ava Lake).

The rest show their breasts: Susan Featherly,

Stella Porter

and Venessa Blair.

Fight Club

Some nice breast exposure by Helena Bonham Carter in Fight Club (1999).

First Daughter

Some lovely pokies by Mariel Hemingway when she goes for a dip in First Daughter (1999).

Galaxy Quest

A bit of cleavage by Sigourney Weaver in Galaxy Quest (1999).

Girl Explores Girl - The Alien Encounter

Girl Explores Girl - The Alien Encounter (1998) is a soft core movie which seems to have one reason for existence - show some naked women.

This time the women are Darian Caine,

 Katie Keane,

Natalia Ashe,

 Victoria Vega

and one not identified.

There are also some lesbian scenes between Darian Caine and Victoria Vega,

and between Katie Keane and Natalia Ashe.

In Her Defense

In Her Defense (1999) has Marlee Matlin flashing her boobs.

L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies: Return to Savage Beach

The L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies have joined together in Return to Savage Beach (1998) with familiar names: Ava Cadell,

Carolyn Liu,

Carrie Wescott,

Julie K. Smith,

Julie Strain

and Shae Marks.

The Man in the Iron Mask

Yet another remake, The Man in the Iron Mask (1998) shows some nice cleavage by Judith Godreche.

The Pawn

Sydney Penny flashes a nice upskirt in The Pawn (1998)

while Cherilee Taylor

and some not identified show some cleavage.

Practical Magic

No nudity in Practical Magic (1998) but Nicole Kidman

and Sandra Bullock are looking good.

Shame, Shame, Shame

Quite a bit of nudity in Shame, Shame, Shame (1999).

Anya Longwell,

Elina Madison,

Michelle Bauer

and some identified strippers show the lot.

Some barmaids are topless

The rest, Audie England,

Ayrin Leigh,

Heidi Schanz

and Valerie Perrine show cleavage or are partially dressed.

Telling You

Jennifer Love Hewitt is in Telling You (1998) showing a bit of leg and cleavage.



Killer Elite is a thriller about a bunch of elite soldiers that are about to get caught up in a dangerous revenge mission. Danny (Jason Statham) has retired from the game and is living happily in Australia. He is brought out of retirement when his mentor Hunter (Robert de Niro) is being held hostage by a rich Arab after he failed to complete a $6 million revenge mission to kill 3 SAS soldiers who killed the rich Arab 3 oldest sons. Danny reluctantly meets with the rich Arab and it turns out he has been bought in to finish the job or Hunter will be killed. So, Danny heads to London and brings back his old team to help him kill them and make each look like an accident after they get a confession from them. But, things don't quite go to plan. Yes, they are killed, but not the way they were intended. And these soldier's deaths alerts their head Logan (Clive Owen) who investigates and finds he is neck deep in something he can't control. After all 3 soldiers are killed, Hunter is let go and Danny heads back to his girl Anne (Yvonne Strahovski), but then the rich Arab finds out there is one more soldier involved and he has written a book out it. Danny is called reluctantly back thanks to a threat made towards Anne, but this time things aren't going to go to plan. A lot is going on in this mostly Australian made thriller (and mostly in Melbourne). I love seeing local sights in foreign films including local bit part actors, but I did get a good laugh at the train station I frequent being used as a Paris subway station. Flagstaff Station is a shithole and even the computer whizzes couldn't gussy it up. It's such a shithole, it's closed on the weekends! Anyway, there's something a little off with this film. The plot is just not believable for something based on a true story and it goes on and on and on. Jason Statham doesn't seem to have the heart to bring his usual self to this film. This also seems like a step down for Clive Owen and Yvonne Strahovski has a pretty forgettable role. I wish Killer Elite was better, it's not that bad and it had potential, but in the end it just doesn't deliver enough thrills.

Sandy Greenwood film clip (collages below)



Shank set in the horrible future of 2015 in London where the streets are riddled with gangs and people are desperate just for the some highly priced 'munchies'. One gang, lead by Rager, has set up a robbery of a truck full of 'munchies', which they would on sell to Boogie, who runs a lucrative stall at the market. But, during the robbery, another gang run by Tugz also want to jack the truck and a chase ensues. Tugz's gang catches Junior and almost kills him, but Rager comes in a saves the day and takes on the gang by himself. He is not good enough and is stabbed to death by Tugz. Distressed that his big brother is dead, he wants revenge and convinces his ragtag gang to join him in finding Tugz. Along the way, they meet up with a number of colourful characters and gangs including an all-girl gang, who help them find Tugz. Oh wow, this is a terribly silly film. It sooooo wants to be The Warriors, but is laughable all the way. Setting the film in the next few of years was the first mistake. Then, there's idea that there's no guns or drugs, in a dystopic wasteland. There's a ridiculous dog fight scene set in video game mode where an apparently near dead dog can mangle a near perfect dog to death. Oh and the street lingo is absolutely painful to listen to. Hell, I only watched it to see Jennie Jacques and Kaya Scodelario and they don't turn up 'til after the hour mark and by then, all is lost. Bah! It's time to rewatch The Warriors. Can you DIG IT?

Jennie Jacques and Kaya Scodelario film clip (Jacques collage below)

unknown actress film clip