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"Soul Survivors"

Soul Survivors (2001), unfortunately is just as bad as Scoop said in his review a few days ago. They had a beautiful and talented young cast, some very nice locations in two Chicago seminaries, a very good DP, and an interesting concept. The idea was to show what would be going through a woman's head while she was under anesthesia to relieve brain pressure after she had an accident that killed two of her friends and three kids in another car. They must have debated whether or not to let the audience know at the start or not that this was a dream. If you don't, the whole thing gets muddled, and if you do, it looses most of its impact. They opted to make it a mystery, and ended up with a muddled mess.

Melissa Sagemiller appeared in nothing but blue panties, but kept her back to the camera. The most you can see is a hint of her left breast. Angela Featherstone showed her breasts twice, the first time in a lesbian scene, and the second in the hospital morgue. I will add my thumbs down to Scoops with a D.

  • Angela Featherstone (1, 2, 3)
  • Melissa Sagemiller (1, 2, 3)

    "Sie tötete in Ekstase"

    Sie tötete in Ekstase (1970), or She Killed in Ecstasy, is a German soft-core. Susann Korda's husband is turned down funding for his genetic research on moral grounds, and is barred from further research. He becomes despondent, and ends his life. Korda blaims the ones who turned him down, and swears revenge. She seduces each in turn, then performs creative surgery on them with knives, scissors, or whatever else is handy. One of the victims is Ewa Strömberg. Both women show all three Bs, however this is obviously mastered from a faded and scratched distribution print. The story is weak, but the exposure is good. D+ for this DVD, although I could possibly go as high as C- for a decent remaster.

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  • Ewa Strömberg (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
  • Susan Korda (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19)

    "Beverly Hills Bordello"

    Beverly Hills Bordello "Things Your Wife Won't Do" Episode: #3.2 - 1998 is typical of this Showtime series. That is, they introduce some thin plot involving a guest star, then get them into the Bordello. In this case, Avalon Anders and her husband are celebrating their 7th anniversary, and he tries to be daring, and tie her up. She goes ballistic, and sleeps on the sofa. On the advice of a co-worker, he tries to find what he is missing at the bordello with Deann Power, then his wife has a change of heart, and decides to become more adventuresome. So off the two go to the bordello, where she watches him make love to another woman, Honey Smax. Next trip is to be her fantasy, and she wants to try another man.

    Again, these are a variety of attractive women showing breasts and buns in tame simulated sex. Good couples soft-core fare. C.

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  • Avalon Anders (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16)
  • Deann Power (1, 2, 3, 4)
  • Honey Smax (1, 2, 3)

  • Johnny Web (Uncle Scoopy)


    Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back is a terrific lowbrow comedy, and is an equally good DVD. Full-length commentary, 90 minutes of deleted stuff, gag reels, documentaries, rock videos, etc. Part of my review was written by Jay himself, who said, "watch it and laugh your nads off, you tubby bitch. It fuckin' rocks, except that fat fuck Kevin Smith didn't put any titties in it. What a pussy." 

    Who Knows? is an intellectual French romantic farce from living legend Jacques Rivette (he made his first movie in 1949, and was considered a role model by Chabrol, Godard, Truffaut, etc.). It follows perfectly the Scoopy Phenomenon, an inexplicable mystery of French Films, which is that although only about 1 person out of a million in the real world is a philosophy teacher, about one character out of ten in French films is a philosophy teacher. This is not really a joke, but merely a slight exaggeration. The Scoopy Phenomenon apparently occurs because the French think, and therefore are.

    • Jeanne Balibar (1, 2, 3, 4)


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    • 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.


    It's a "Hankster Lite" day with the sexy Salma Hayek in 1995's "Desperado".Just looking into her eyes turns me on. No really...that's all I am looking at :-)

    Hopefully she'll go nude in the upcoming sequel, "Once Upon a Time in Mexico".

    As for the goodies...clear breast exposure in links 2,3,4,5 and 6. Accompanied my lots of cleavage, legs, etc.

    • Salma Hayek (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)
    Sheryl Lee
    (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

    Topless and in some lingerie in scenes from the newly released on DVD "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me".

    Moira Kelly Also topless in "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me".

    Bianca Lawson Nice pokies in scenes from the Snoop Doggy Dogg movie "Bones".

    Erin Wright Bare breasts, and thong views, also from "Bones".

    Nicnac is back from the vault of obscurity with a few new treasures...

    First, from the Spanish movie "Los Ańos bárbaros" aka "The Stolen Years".

    • Allison Smith topless in #1, far off frontal and rear nudity in #2. (1, 2)

    • Hedy Burress, also topless and doing a far off full frontal nude scene.

    Next up is a Greek/UK production from 1982 starring James Earl Jones, José Ferrer, and the bad guy karate teacher from the first Karate Kid movie...Martin Kove! What a dream team!

    Pam Anderson
    (1, 2, 3, 4)

    Ahhh...good ol' Pam! You can always count on her to wear something revealing...even on the radio! Here she is from a recent appearance on the Howard Stern Show from E!. Pam's all new and even bigger boobs just can not be held back! Serious pokies, and #1 has an upskirt view.

    Pascale Bussičres
    (1, 2, 3, 4)

    The French-Canadian actress topless in scenes from "X Change" (2000).

    Pat Reeder The Comedy Wire

    I told you you should have picked Russell Crowe to be the Funhouse King. Now he's acting out even harder to try to snatch the title. Here he actually roughs up a guy and curses him out for cutting his poetry reading.

    Now that's sensitivity!


    Gladiator Crowe turns Raging Bull

    by Danielle Demetriou and Luke Leitch

    Actor Russell Crowe exploded with rage and pinned a television executive against a wall at the Bafta Awards dinner, it was reported today.

    The trouble started when Crowe, 37, discovered that the poem he had recited as part of his Best Actor acceptance speech had been cut by the BBC. The burly actor targeted the show's director Malcolm Gerrie at the after-awards dinner at the Grosvenor House Hotel.

    Mr Gerrie was talking to rock star Sting when he was approached by two of the actor's security men. They escorted him to a storage room where the actor was reportedly awaiting.

    After quizzing Mr Gerrie on his previous projects, including the Brit Awards and The Tube, Crowe reportedly launched into a abusive and personal tirade against the businessman.

    The Sun claimed today that Crowe slammed Mr Gerrie against the wall and jabbed his finger into his chest, before warning: "I don't give a f*** who you are. Who on earth had the f***ing audacity to take out the Best Actor's poem? You f***ing piece of sh**, I'll make sure you'll never work in Hollywood."

    Sting, who was dining at the same table as Crowe, had warned Mr Gerrie that the actor was furious at him over the excised acceptance speech.

    A Bafta source told the Evening Standard: "There was some trouble with Russell. When he was at the afterparty dinner, one of his people who had seen the Bafta broadcast came up to his table and told Russell that some of his speech had been cut.

    Later Malcolm was talking to Sting who told him, ' Russell Crowe is after your blood.' "

    After the actor's outburst, Dreamworks, the company behind Crowe's most recent film A Beautiful Mind, apologised to Mr Gerrie, who is chief executive of production firm Initial.

    The source added: "He did not hit Malcolm, but he did shake him up a bit. He held him up against the wall. Later on one of Russell's people contacted Malcolm to apologise."

    Earlier in the evening, Crowe had chosen a poem, Sanctity by Patrick Kavanagh, to read out when he collected his award at the Odeon, Leicester Square. Organisers had warned stars to keep their acceptance speeches short due to lack of time.

    When the ceremony overran, the actor's poem was among a number of celebrity speeches that ended up on the cutting floor. However, Crowe is believed to be the only star to have complained about this.

    A spokesman for Initial said: "We think Russell behaved unreasonably. It is a live show and has to be edited quickly. Other speeches had to be cut as well."

    The outburst followed an evening of high-voltage appearances from celebrities ranging from Nicole Kidman and Sissy Spacek to Warren Beatty and Anna Friel.

    The only other hiccup during the awards ceremony was the red carpet which frothed with foam in the rain, marking the designer dresses and ruining the shoes of numerous stars such as Kate Winslet.

    It is not the first time Crowe has been connected with threatening behaviour off screen. Two years ago, the actor was reportedly involved in a brawl in a Sydney nightclub in which he bit out a chunk of a victim's neck and spat it out.

    Crowe was thought to have flown home to Australia last night for the premier of A Beautiful Mind.

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    Hey Scoop!

    Did anyone ever manage to come up with any images Anne Archer's nudity from "The Graduate"?