"Is There Sex After Marriage"

Is There Sex After Marriage (1974) is a soft core, listed at IMDb as a documentary. Lori Brown is a housewife and mother, who feels overworked and ignored by her husband, but refuses sex with him except in bed at night, Anything else would be improper. She is educated by her best friend, the legendary Candy Samples and a sex therapist she plays with. Meanwhile, hubby and his best friend enjoy prostitutes Sandy Demsey and Monica Walters. Brown realizes the error of her ways, and finds hubby a much more sensitive lover than she expected.

All four women show full frontal. The acting was dismal, but the sex was not bad, and it was full of beaver and pickle. This is a C.

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  • Candy Samples (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15)
  • Lori Brown (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12)
  • Monica Walters (1, 2, 3, 4)
  • Tiffany Stewart (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)

  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)


    There are some encyclopedia updates. About 300 new pics in Volumes D through I.


    Doctor Zhivago (2002):

    Zhivago is my favorite proper noun. I've written a little song about it.

    My kind of noun

    Zhivago is

    My kind of noun

    Zhivago is ...

    my kind of doctor, too

    doctor who

    cares for you

    I am rapidly coming to the conclusion that Doctor Zhivago must be the most overrated book ever written.

    OK, I realize that it is impossible to appreciate a work in translation, particularly a book full of poems. This is one reason why English speakers have been never been able to appreciate the genius of Pushkin, even though Russians consider him to be their Shakespeare, a man with a genius for a turn of the phrase that can make you weep in admiration of its sheer beauty when read aloud. Obviously, that poetic eloquence doesn't work well in translation. Since Boris Pasternak is obviously several levels below Pushkin in the literary pecking order, his character's translated poems seem like they were written by young girls with Monet prints on their bedroom walls. Given the translation problem, I basically overlooked the sappy poems, but my problem with this novel is that the whole story seems to have been written by one of those Monet girls. C'mon, somebody tell me the truth. Was Boris Pasternak really a man, or is that name just one of those manly pseudonyms that women were forced to use in order to get published in earlier times, like Acton Bell, George Eliot, or George Sand? This DVD has a biography of Boris Pasternak. Forget that. I want to see the results of his gender testing, like they do in the Olympics.

    Here in the Movie House, we have a standard measurement which we use to calculate whether something is a chick-flick. We determine the estrogen level by subtracting the average IMDB score awarded by male voters from its counterpart among female voters. If the resulting estrogen count is 1.0 or more, we have lift-off. The chico de tutti chici, Dirty Dancing, is in orbit at 1.9 and may never be approached, but this version of Doctor Zhivago is certainly beyond the launching pad, having reached well into the stratosphere at 1.3.  It has a higher estrogen level than Steel Magnolias (1.1) and Beaches (1.2).

    Think about that. It makes Steel Magnolias seem like a Dirty Harry flick. Pasternak contributed his share to that condition, and the music really closed the deal. The musical score for this mini-series is so completely syrupy it makes the musical treacle from the original Doctor Zhivago (remember Lara's Theme?) seem as hard and edgy as Depression-era delta blues.

    Not only is the plot sappy, but it can be downright illogical, false to history, and even hilarious. Vladimir Nabokov pointed out:

    Any intelligent Russian would see at once that the book is pro-Bolshevist and historically false, if only because it ignores the Liberal Revolution of spring, 1917, while making the saintly doctor accept with delirious joy the Bolshevist coup d'etat seven months later -- all of which is in keeping with the party line.

    Leaving out politics, I regard the book as a sorry thing, clumsy, trivial, and melodramatic, with stock situations, voluptuous lawyers, unbelievable girls, and trite coincidences.

    Zhivago is filled with character intersections that would embarrass Charles Dickens. For some fifteen years of his life, no matter where Zhivago goes in Russia, from an elegant restaurant in the capital, to a tiny isolated village, or to a corpse-strewn battlefield, he accidentally runs into Lara for yet another tearful reunion.

    Hey, I can understand that. Russia is a small country.

    A point worth noting is that the great David Lean once made a film of Doctor Zhivago. That is THE David Lean, the certified genius who made Bridge Over the River Kwai and Lawrence of Fucking Arabia, fer chrissakes. Even Lean could make nothing more than a mawkish, middling romance of this story.

    Here's another point worth considering, this one aimed at you ambitious young filmmakers. If David Lean could not make a masterpiece of Doctor Zhivago, why would you want to try? For that matter, why would you want to remake any David Lean movie, whether great or merely good? Are you planning to fix something he screwed up, perhaps?

    Oh, well, it is too late for those considerations. A director named Giocomo Campiatti has already decided to improve on David Lean's version of Zhivago, and he certainly pumped up the estrogen level. In fact, an estrogen score of 1.3 is right up there with Bridget Jones, the Edge of Reason. Let's look up the author of that Bridget Jones screenplay, shall we? Andrew Davies. Sounds familiar. What else has he written? Let's see: a TV adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. A TV adaptation of Vanity Fair. Both of those have estrogen scores over 1.0. What else?

    Oh, yeah. The mini-series version of Doctor Zhivago.

    • Keira Knightley. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) Disappointing. The scene is too dark, too grainy, too brief and too inexplicit. The problems are compounded by the fact that Keira has no breasts at all, and you can't see anything even when she is topless.


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    Comments and zipped .wmv vids by Striplight:

    • First up we have streaker Sheila Nicholls. She’s in the Fun House under this name but described as a soccer streaker. Not hardly, she’s doing her stuff at a cricket match, where the BBC kindly provided a number of cameras – which is why the clip shows some of the footage again from a different angle. Watch out for the reaction of the umpire (elderly gentleman in hat) in the background when she does the cartwheel.
    • Closely followed by Maruschka Detmers in the “Devil in the Flesh”, this needs no introduction, it’s a fine piece of work.

    Jr's Polls
    Here are the final results and comments for last week's poll Best All Time Television Comedy

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    The Top 20 Nude Scenes of 2004

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    Crimson Ghost
    NOTE: We currently have to do all of our movie files in zip format. Instead of viewing them online, save the zip files to your hard drive in the directory of your choice, un-zip and play from there.

    Today from the Ghost...a few video clips from the direct to vid flick "Bare Witness" (2002), starring Angie Everhart and the lesser of all Baldwins, Daniel.

    • Angie Everhart (zipped .wmvs). Topless in a slow sex scene. (1, 2)

    • Catalina Larranaga (zipped .wmvs). Baring all 3 B's! (1, 2)

    • Lauren Reina (zipped .wmv) the sexiest girls in this movie if you ask me. Here she is riding a dude.

    Jack Snow
    'Caps and comments by Jack Snow:

    Here's another batch of caps from Euro TV:

    Mascha Rabben
    Betty Segal

    Let's start with some antiques from the 70s, particularly from the German western "Deadlock" featuring Mascha Rabben and Betty Segal (as "Corinna, the old frump") both going topless.

    Birke Bruck
    Christiane Schröder

    Also from back in the 70' we see both actresses showing breasts in scenes from the TV-production "Der verliebte Teufel".

    Agnieszka Wagner Jumping into the 90s, we discover the busty Polish actress baring a breast in a sex-on-the-floor-scene in "Hotel Shanghai" (1996).

    Antje Schmidt Another love scene, another actress topless. Here is Schmidt in a scene from "Und morgen geht die Sonne wieder auf" (2000).

    Christina Scholz Also very popular: shower scenes. Here is Scholz showing buns on an episode of "Hallo, Onkel Doc!"

    Mirja Schmidt Another shower scene. This time we a couple of topless views in scenes from "Höllische Nachbarn".

    Ina Weisse Some more recent stuff.....On the German TV series "Im Visier der Zielfahnder", Weisse briefly showed a single breast.

    Ricky Koole Here we see the Dutch actress giving us a quick full frontal performance in scenes from the movie "Lek" (2000).

    Brigitte Hobmeier The German movie "Identity Kills" featured a little too far-off nude scene of Brigitte Hobmeier, still her breasts are clearly visible.

    Kati Eyssen Scenes from the movie "Wellen"...Here we see some nice soaking-wet-see-thru nipple views in a fully clothed shower scene.

    Lisa Martinek Martinek couldn't prevent one nipple from escaping in a scene from "Der Mann von nebenan lebt!" (2005).

    Antonia Reß
    (1, 2)
    Katrin Brockmann
    (1, 2)
    Nele Jonca

    Finally the mandatory update on "Verschollen".

    On the episode "Liebeswahn", Antonia Reß had a nude scene, but her nipples wer covered with tape. If you didn't look close enough, you got the idea she has square nipples! On the same episode, we saw Katrin Brockmann down to bra and panties.

    The episode "Folter" featured the best nudity so far; Katrin Brockmann and Antonia Reß went for some topless swimming. Very nice and clear breast views from Katrin, only a quick flash of one breast by Antonia.

    On the very last episode, Nele Jonca showed some partial breast views in a love scene.

    DeadLambs latest batch of HDTV 'caps featuring last week's prime time skin highlights, plus a few extra movie 'caps.

    Hilary Swank
    (1, 2, 3)

    Showing plenty of cleavage and doing a decent job hosting "Saturday Night Live".

    Sarah Shahi
    (1, 2)

    No nudity, but she still looks pretty darn good during the season premiere of "The L Word". You may recognize her from a recurring role during season 1 of "Alias". She was also one of Frank the Tank's wife's friends in "Old School".

    Gisele Bundchen
    (1, 2, 3)

    New on is the supermodel looking absolutely gorgeous (and feeling up Jennifer Esposito in #3) in scenes from the complete stink-bomb, "Taxi" starring Queen Latifah and Jimmy Fallon.

    Mia Kirshner
    (1, 2, 3)

    Wow! Here is some fantastic toplessness from Mia during the opening credits of Sunday night's season premiere of "The L Word".

    Charlize Theron
    (1, 2, 3, 4)

    The paparazzi deliever some great topless and thong views of the Oscar winner doing a little mostly nude sunbathing.

    Hana Soukupova
    (1, 2)

    Zenguru 'caps of the model exposing a nipple on the runway.

    Jennifer Rivell
    (1, 2)

    Topless in scenes from "Haggard: The Movie" (2003). Directed, starring and co-wrtiten by her real life boyfriend, skateboard dude Bam Margera.

    Cameron Diaz
    (1, 2, 3)

    Eliane Chappuis
    (1, 2)

    Señor Skin takes a look at the Martin Scorsese movie "Gangs of New York" (2002). Diaz shows the briefest bit of nipple (possibly unintentional, but either way we win). The exotic and beautiful Chappuis is much more clearly topless.

    Eliane Chappuis is an interesting actress...on her official website she gives you her Swiss bank account numbers in case you want to "Sponsor her talent".

    Pat Reeder
    Pat's comments in yellow...

    Making Ashes Of Themselves - Kohler Funeral Home in Wood-Ridge, New Jersey, got complaints for letting Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie (while working as interns for "The Simple Life") spill what appeared to be someone's ashes and clean them up with a vacuum cleaner. Some locals called it tasteless, but the owner said it was just a mixture of cat litter and cement, and Paris and Nicole never touched any human bodies in any of the scenes.

  • Although Paris was willing.
  • When Paris applies suction to a stiff body part, she doesn't use a vacuum cleaner.
  • In fact, all their urns are filled with cat litter and cement...You don't want to know where the bodies go.
  • Well, now, I'm questioning whether ANYTHING I see on a reality show is true!

    I Want A Second Opinion! Call "House!" - At the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington, forensic lab workers said they're being crushed by "the 'CSI' effect." The popularity of "CSI" on TV has left people unsatisfied with medical and crime reports, and demanding that everything be tested that doesn't have to be. They said the backlog of DNA tests in US labs has reached 300,000, and jurors now expect labs to be able to prove anything to a certainty. They're upset to learn that, for instance, toxicology tests can take months, while on TV, the results are back instantaneously.

  • They tell people they ran their DNA through the R-24 Thermo-nuclear Spectrometer, when they really just put it in the mini-fridge for 20 seconds.
  • Real CSI lab technicians are so overworked, they don't even have time to get their hair highlighted.
  • At least, the huge backlog on DNA tests is good news for NBA players.

    Shake Spear In Love - Russell Crowe told the UK's Sun newspaper that the movie "Eucalyptus" was canceled because he refused to do a scene that required him to expose himself to the young Queen Elizabeth. He said he was told he could use a prosthetic organ and was given a range to choose from, but he refused.

  • They were all WAY too small.
  • Well, he refused to do the movie, but he kept all the organs for swizzle sticks.
  • He was willing to moon her, but that's as far as he'd go.