There's not a lot of new material out there today, but "catch o' the day" has some of the all-time classics of film nudity to look in in 1080p!

  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


Catch the deluxe version of Other Crap in real time, with all the bells and whistles, here.


Rogue Trader


Anna Friel 1080 film clip

Back of Beyond


Johnny's comments:

The VHS vault has creaked open again and I'm afraid it's leaked out again...

Back of Beyond is a 1995 thriller about a motor mechanic Tom (Paul Mercurio, fresh off that masterpiece Exit To Eden) who lives and works in a remote garage in the middle of the desert. He seems to be in some sort of purgatory because he may have cause the death of his sister (Rebekah Elmaloglou) in a motorcycle accident and has hidden himself away from the world. Meanwhile, a car has broken down in the desert with its driver Nick (John Polson) and passengers Connor (Colin Friels) and Charlie (Dee Smart) stranded. An Aboriginal family tells the group that they should head to the garage to get help, so Charlie does and almost dehydrates. She is rescued by Tom and they bond as she recovers. Eventually, Tom gets the other two and tows them to the garage to fix the car. Tom is a mysterious figure who seems to be able to see into the future or something. Connor is getting impatient with Tom's dilly-dallying leaving him late to get the money for some diamonds they have stolen. Conner alienates everyone and it's not long before things to the boil. Oh wow, I'd heard bad things about Back of Beyond, but this film is a pointless shocker. Paul Mercurio's character is so mysterious he's completely aloof and a complete drip and Charlie bafflingly falls for him in an instant. Colin Friels' character is bad and you know it because he has platinum blonde hair like all baddies. The plot is so utterly pointless I wondered if anything at all was going to happen and when it does, who cares? The final twist is straight out of the Ghost Whisperer and when you think about, doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Does that mean everyone's dead except for Charlie? Ah, who cares?

Again this series is from a VHS copy of the film and actually came out alright. Dee Smart has barely been in anything over the last decade, well after Water Rats anyway, so it was almost bizarre to see her in Panic at Rock Island recently. I still remember her from Home and Away, that's how far I go back ...



Jana Veldheer in Playback (2012) in 720p

Naomi Watts in 21 Grams (2003) in 1080p

Elsa Zylberstein in Farinelli (1994) in 1080

Delphine Zentout in Farinelli (1994) in 1080

Penelope Ann Miller in Carlito's Way (1993) in 1080p

Annette Bening in The Grifters (1990) in 1080p

Susan Kiger and others in H.O.T.S. (1979) in 720p (lower-res sample below)


Maria Menounos strips to a bikini to pay off her Super Bowl bet

Romanian model Catrinel Menghia. (I do love these hardbody types.)

Tanya Allen in Behind the Lines, 1997

Celebrity Bottoms

Ana-Grete Nissan in Wiithout a Stitch

Chantal Demming in Caged

Diane Kruger in Troy

Eva Grimaldi in Quiet Days in Clichy

Nicole Kidman in Eyes Wide Shut

Sienna Miller in The Mysteries of Pittsburgh