|One Fish, Two Fish|
|RDO went crazy this week, with all of these caps from the mindless exploitation film, "I Spit on Your Grave". This no-budget flick was basically put together with a bunch of amateurs who never worked again, and deservedly so. I think the star, Camille Keaton, is the only one who had even the remote semblance of a career. She isn't bad, actually, but the rest of the cast would be laughable if teh subject matter weren't so graphic. One member of the gang is kinda slow, and he portrays his character with all the subtlety of Moose in the Archie comics. This movie was banned in several countries for brutal rape scenes, explicit nudity, and extreme violence. And I think some countries with good taste banned it just because it sucked. Basically, it's the female equivalent of Deliverance - city girl is repeatedly raped by hayseeds. They make the mistake of leaving her alive, and she returns to extract brutal revenge on them. RDO wrote, and I agree, that this movie exerts a certain hold on the audience. It's just so ugly that you have a hard time pulling away from it. Well, you long-termers know that RDO leaves no stone unturned. There's a ton of nudity, and he got all the essentials.|
|new vidcap collages from
Jessica Stockmann-Stich in "Wie angelt man sich seinen Chef?" Jessica Stockmann-Stich in "Wie angelt man sich seinen Chef?" Sophie Schuett in "Wie angelt man sich seinen Chef?" Nicole Ansari in "One Man, Two Women, a baby , the good, the bad, the ugly, the restless, the cook, the thief, his wife, .... " Judy Deimling in "Gomez- Kopf oder Zahl" Katja Giamonna in "Die Wache" Sonja Kirchberger in "The True History of Men and Women" Stephanie Schmid in "School's Out" Sonja Kirchberger in "The True History of Men and Women" Laura Schuhrk in "The Elephant in my Bed"
|Jenna Persaud, from Penthouse April, 1987 (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5)|
|WhyScans presents a Page
Three report each day. Yesterday: Alex, 20, from
Merseyside. (#1, #2, #3, #4)
Gold is Debbie Linden, from 27 September, 1980
|+||Ever wonder what the
Playboy, Page Three, and other softcore models do when
not modeling for Playboy or the British tabs? Fred does.
Fred, or as he is known in the ancient Elventongue,
"Frodo", specializes in "outing" the
harder action from these ostensibly wholesome girls.
"Joanne Choo has appeared as Miss August on one website. She even claims to be Miss Singapore. Since she sometimes works as Joanne Singapore on her own website , http://home.onestop.net/joanne/, that would technically make her Miss Singapore. (scoop's note: well, unless that's her married name). You might guess that some of these pictures are not from her site"
|Jeebs must have come pretty
close to scanning the entire edition of German GQ.
Anderton is naked. Bundchen #3 is a nude. Auermann's
bikini top is almost non-existent. Salma shows the side
of her hip (that's pretty darned sexy). The others are
teases. Courteney Cox looks a little odd trying to be
from Johnny Web
"Jacob's Ladder", from Tuna
When Lawdog was holding the election for best drama of the 90's, I may have voted for this. How good is it? Well, I'll tell you. First, you must realize that it has a trick ending. But second, after I knew the surprise ending, I enjoyed the second viewing even more because I understood how much care went in to keeping the surprise consistent with all the scenes and details. You just keep saying "Now I get it!". It is really richly layered, beautifully acted by Tim Robbins and others, especially Danny Aiello, and moodily directed by Adrian Lyme. I think Lyme is brilliant. He is so good that even Macaulay Culkin is good under his direction. I really like this movie. I can't think of any other movie with a gimmicky ending that is just as good or better if you already know the gimmick.
Elizabeth Pena provided the nudity.
"Never Talk to Strangers", from Tuna
I haven't seen this movie, but Tuna said that (1) It's a good movie with a surprise ending (2) Antonio Banderas and DeMornay are sizzling (3) It's a film about Dissociative Personality Disorder (4) The DVD is quite poor quality
Peta Wilson and SI MPGs from PicHound and Crow
all of these .mpg's are 1.5 meg or less Peta Wilson in Mercy, part 1, Pic Hound version. Peta Wilson in Mercy, part 2, Pic Hound version. Peta Wilson in Mercy, part 1, Crow version. Peta Wilson in Mercy, part 2, Crow version. Stacey Williams in the making of the swimsuit edition, part 1, Pic Hound. Stacey Williams in the making of the swimsuit edition, part 2, Pic Hound. Stacey Williams in the making of the swimsuit edition, part 3, Pic Hound.
|Pet roundup is back to December 1999, with Jacqueline Phillips (#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17)|
|no pics here, just info.
Helcrom sent in zillions of ways you can get to his pics
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