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Bully, part two. Tonight, we finish Bully with the images of Bijou Phillips. I must admit, three days after watching it, the movie has stayed with me. It is hard to imagine teenagers committing this grisly murder, some just for the fun of it, and as hard to imagine that they threw their lives away before they had really started (several got life sentences, and one got the death penalty. I would imagine this is exactly what the author, and the film maker, wanted to leave audiences with.

Bijou Phillips

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  • Bijou Phillips (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26)

    "American Nightmare"

    American Nightmare (2001) is listed at IMDB as still in production. Since it is being released on DVD next week, I would guess IMDB will get around to updating that status. At first blush, it is a teen slasher film, but is actually more of a suspense thriller. Several friends gather in a coffee shop on Halloween night, and call in to an outlaw radio program and confess their most deep-seated fears. They don't realize at the time that Goth looking Jane Toppan (Debbie Rochon) is listening, and will try to kill them all that night using their secret fears to double the pleasure, double the fun. Why does she do it? This is an example of why this film is fresh, despite having familiar themes. She does it because she is a crazy bitch. There is no long scene of explanation of her motives at the end.

    Some of the murders are cleverly done. We learn the identity of the killer early on, so the "scare" is Hitchcockian suspense rather than startle fright. This is the first film from Jon Keeyes, and was made for $52,000.00 on super 16 mm film, but has the look of a 35 mm production. Rochon was superb in the role, making the character believable. She shows breasts in a very frightening seduction scene. We also see breasts from Rebecca Stacey as she undresses, then takes a shower. Sure there are plot problems, and some of the characters could have been better developed, but this is a very good first effort from Keeyes, especially given the budget, and is the best new slasher film in a while. C+.

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  • Debbie Rochon (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)
  • Rebecca Stacy (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)

  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)


    Belle de Jour was something of a sensation in 1967. It came out before the big cultural revolution, but was about a woman who desired to be debased. It featured some (minimal) nudity from the unimaginably beautiful Catherine Deneuve, and made fun of the Catholic Church. These were not very popular sentiments in 1967. It was a surprising arthouse-level hit in the USA because the newsmagazines discovered it, and everyone had to see what the fuss was about.

    • Deneuve (if you look closely at #7, you may see just a hint of her pubes, or not. Whatever it was, it only lasted about one frame)
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    The following are the latest movie reviews available at

    • The yellow asterisks indicate that I wrote the review, and am deluded into thinking it includes humor.
    • If there is a white asterisk, it means that I inexplicably determined there might be something of interest.
    • A blue asterisk indicates the review is written by Tuna (or Lawdog or Junior or C2000 or Realist or ICMS or somebody else besides me)
    • If there is no asterisk, I wrote it, but am too ashamed to admit it.

    Tuna capped the bejesus out of the Sidaris' movie, Picasso Trigger, just a few days ago. Thought I would strike while the iron was still hot and muck around with the caps. Tuna, ever gracious, ever giving, sent me the whole kit and kaboodle to play with. Bottom line: five Hefmates in some state of undress. Upper B's for all five... of course; lower dorsal B's for two, and even the gaugest hint of lower frontal B for Dona Speir. So, okay, here they are:

    Dona Speir played the usual secret agent, tough as nails but willing to put out for the cause.

    • Dona Speir (1, 2, 3, 4)
    Hope Marie Carlton, uber cutie, in a hot-tub scene. Hope is shown from the rear as she enters the tub and in a long topless scene whilst cavorting in the tub with the usual well-scrubbed male agent. Well, cavorting ain't exactly the right word. Come to think, it's nowhere near the right word. Hope enters tub nekkid, approaches male-type person who we assume is also nekkid and then proceeds to play with his.... HAIR! Lotta osculating going on, a lotta sipping of wine but that's it. Nothing else implied, directly or indirectly. Crimony. Nothing like a little realism to get you into what a movie.
    • Hope Marie Carlton (1, 2, 3)
    Patty Duffek, lounging in a bathtub all by her little lonesome. Oh yeah, partial dorsal view for Patty, too. That makes three such views in this movie: a Sidaris record. Look carefully because Patty casts a nice reflection.
    • Patty Duffek (1, 2)
    Cynthia Brimhall is assigned the task of cozing up to the default steroid-enhanced musclehead in the movie. All he does is help remove her shirt and watch her walk away, without moving a muscle or making a sound. Polite young man. Clueless, too. Kym Malin takes a shower. A shower, you say, in a Sidaris movie. Who woulda thunk. This is the least favorite of the collages because I tried to stitch together a four-frame pan into a full-body montage. Never quite got it but worked too damn long to just let this one go. Julie Strain in an added sequence with Andy Sidaris, himself. Didn't edit these beyond cutting Andy out, resizing the caps a bit and then sticking them together. So I figure Andy Sidaris movies and much like James Bond movies: you know exactly what you're going to get before you sit down to watch one. It's unfair, then, for me to piss and moan about what you get. Reasonable, warranted, accurate? You bet. But unfair.

    "The Key" (La Chiave) (1983)

    "The Key" is one of the elegant and darkly comic novels about the various sexual repressions of Japanese society, as recounted by Junichiro Tanizaki, one of the most directly erotic of all Japanese novelists.

    A middle-aged professor in a dying marriage is obsessed with exploring new levels of carnality with his wife. The wife is bored, repressed, prudish, and dissatisfied. This leads to escalating experimentation on his part, and eventually to finding her a young lover.

    Each of them keeps a diary, and the other reads it while pretending not to. As they both come to understand the nature of the situation, they gradually start to use the diaries to communicate with one another, although each still pretends not to read the other's.

    Ah, who better to bring this subtle story to the screen than that noted intellectual and student of Japanese society, Italian softcore pornographer Tinto Brass. Tinto, as you remember, is the man who directed Caligula, at least until producer Bob Guccione decided he could do better and added plenty of his own self-directed footage.

    You have to think about that. Place yourself into the situation. You direct erotica for a living, and your work is so uninspiring that Bob Guccione thinks he can improve it. Perhaps you can't relate to that. Let me draw a parallel. You are a professional singer. Bill Shatner is producing your next album. After you record all the tracks, Shatner erases your voice track and dubs in his own voice because he thinks he can do better.

    • Stefania Sandrelli. Funny, she doesn't look Japanese. All three B's plus views from the gyno-cam.
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    Katrin Cartlidge
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    Up close and personal breast and bush views of the British actress in scenes from "3 Steps to Heaven" (1995).

    Lena Headey
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    Another British actress getting nekkid. This time it's topless shower scene 'caps from the movie "Aberdeen" (2000).

    Something of a rarity...A Skinemax movie that I haven't seen! Vidcaps from "Virtual Girl 2: Virtual Vegas".

  • Amy Daukroger, robo-hooters, partial bum, and a little pseudo-sex
  • Susan Featherly, breasts and bum.
  • Katherine Hare, toplessness and a bit of thong.
  • Amber Newman, breasts, close up thong views, and pseudo sex of the normal, lesbo, and 3-way varieties.
  • Lisa Throw, pierced robo-boobs, bum views, and getting it on.
  • Michelle Von Flotow, boobs, bum and simu-sex.

    Next up, more Skinemax goodies from the movie "Sexual Intrigue".

  • Kim Dawson the all natural busty lady of late night shows off the big'uns and gets it on.
  • Kira Reed, the other naturally busty late nite babe adds some pube sightings for our enjoyment.
  • Zette Sullivan, showing breasts and pubes.

  • Juliette Lewis, brief breast flash from "Kalifornia"

  • Kathy Shower, the former Hef-person nude and oiled up in scenes from "The Further Adventures of Tennessee Buck".

    Completely useless movie triva: "Tennessee Buck" star and director David Keith shares the exact same birthday as popular African Amerian actor Keith David. Like I said...useless.

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    Stefanie Stappenbeck The German actress shows some breast exposure in "Die Einzige Chance" (1998)
    Mandala Tayde Rear nudity and partial breast exposure in scenes from "Klinik unter Palmen".
    Marita Marschall Topless in "Lust auf Liebe"
    The Funnies
    Hey Scoop,

    Do the think the people making the "Free Winona" t-shirts would appreciate the irony if I shoplifted one?

    -D Slack