Blinky's Runway Snaps
Kelsey Campbell (#1, #2, #3) see-through in #2
WhyScan's Page Three Report
No babe yesterday. There is no Page Three girl on Sunday. Sundday's paper skips from Page Two directly to Four, without naked breasts, as prescribed by the gospel according to Monty Python. As a replacement, this is Jo, from Sept 22 last. (#1, #2, #3, #4)
Frodo's Page Three PLUS
Lisa Boyle, age 23 Frodo's Comments: You once asked about Lisa Boyle's early career. She didn't start doing videos until her late 20's. Here's a picture that may explain a lot.
Zdrock-Carrera Frodo's Comments: both Victoria Zdrok and Asia Carrera have reputations for high IQ's. People don't realize that IQ tests are actually aptitude tests which predict success in a given environment. I wonder if the tests taken by these girls were predictive of the environment depicted in these photos. Scoop's note: well, I don't know how she compares to Dr Steven Hawking in her grasp of the expansion of the universe, but Victoria must be smarter than most of these girls. (1) She can spell Zdrok (2) her first name doesn't end in a "y" or an "i" or an "ie", and she doesn't dot the "i's" with a little heart.
If These Walls Could Talk 2"
Various snaps and collages from last night's HBO flick. (MPG from Crow in the members' area). I didn't see it, so I can't personally verify any ID's.
Michelle Williams from Aesthete
Michelle Williams from Aesthete
Michelle Williams from Aesthete
Michelle Williams from Aesthete
Michelle Williams from Aesthete
Michelle Williams
Michelle Williams from DAI
Ellen Degeneres
Sharon Stone
Chloe Sevigny
words and pictures byMongoose
"Tombs of the Blind Dead"

I always looked on the Knights Templar with awe and fascination. A monastic order of knighthood which was created and grew to immense power during the Crusades, the Templars were the baddest of the bad. On the battlefield they were feared by even the dreaded Muslim Assassins and in the worlds of politics and commerce they commanded as much power as any European royalty. They answered only to the Pope and no one else. France's King Philip the Fair was very jealous of their wealth and influence and when they politely turned down his offer to become one of them, Philip took some of the popular superstitions and stories about the Templars and began to preach them as the truth, demanding that the Pope brand them as heretics. These tales involved baby eating and Satan worshipping and homosexuality ... bad stuff all. Well, apparently some still believe Philip's rants as there are at least five European horror movies featuring the Templars as the monsters: the four Blind Dead movies and Michele Soavi's The Church. Tombs of the Blind Dead is the first of the "Blind Dead" movies. A bunch of zombie Templars rise from the grave to hunt humans at night and drink their blood. Oh yeah, they're blind zombies too. Here we have an historically inaccurate flashback scene where the very tan Carmen Cir gets sliced up by some of the brothers.

Carmen's so tan it's hard to see her nipples! After the Templars cut her up, they suck the blood from her wounds.

Lone Fleming is a lesbian who is getting raped by some tough guy. Here we see her boobs being manhandled.

Lone and her attacker, just kind of hanging around after the assault. Boobs.

"Return of the Blind Dead"

Now we move on to the second Blind Dead movie. This one's a whole lot like Romero's Night of the Living Dead except the zombies are once again a bunch of dead blind Templars. Another flashback to the brothers killing a young village lass and drinking her blood. The actress is unknown to me.

Loli Tovar shows us a flash of her boobs. Nice.

Esther Roy getting assaulted by some guy who figures if he's about to get eaten alive by dead blind Templar zombies he should get a little piece of ass first. We get to see some nip peeks from Esther.

Ele Keats in "Lipstick Camera"
El Kabong
Nelly Vickers, last three (1, 2, 3) Penthouse spread from 1985, although the file name implies 1995. She is now doing NR softcore. She was also known as Vicky Vickers and Raven in her harder-core days
Judith Godreche in "The Disenchanted", from Dann
Patricia Arquette in "Stigmata", from Dann (no match-up of recognizable face and body parts
Valeria Golino topless in "Year of the Gun", from the Night
Rebecca DeMornay nude in "And God Created Woman", from the Night
Taylor Sayne sexy non-nudes in "Stag", from Avaris
Esther Alise from "Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers", by Catscan
Linnea from "Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers", by Catscan
Linnea from "Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers", by Catscan
Linnea and Michelle Bauer from "Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers", by Catscan
Michelle Bauer from "Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers", by Catscan
Michelle Bauer from "Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers", by Catscan
Michelle Bauer from "Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers", by Catscan
various from "Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers", by Catscan
Jenny Wright in "Pink Floyd: The Wall", from Don Juan
Jenny Wright in "Pink Floyd: The Wall", from Don Juan
Jenny Wright in "Pink Floyd: The Wall", from Don Juan
Drew Barrymore in "Doppelganger", from Don Juan
Natalie Uher in "Emmanuelle 6", from UC99
Natalie Uher in "Emmanuelle 6", from UC99
Natalie Uher in "Emmanuelle 6", from UC99

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"Claire of the Moon", from Tuna

Scoopy's note: I haven't seen this movie. The comments are 100% Tuna's

Claire of the Moon is a film produced and directed by women, about a writers retreat for women on the California coast, and especially about two of the women. One is a Psychologist/Authoress and is openly gay, and the other is a brash mouthy hetero girl, also a successful writer. The are roommates in the same cottage, and clash horribly for the first half of the film. They were placed together by the old lesbian who owns the lodge and runs the writers retreat, who thought they were meant for each other. By the end of the film, we find out she was right.

This film was panned by nearly everyone who reviewed it, and you would probably do well to enjoy the images and pass on seeing it, but I liked it a lot. For one thing, this could have been a normal hetero love story just as easily. The process of getting to know each other, as well as the opposites attract formula was very familiar. Both had fear of risk, both desired intimacy, and both had performance anxiety.

Another thing that made the film for me was watching the lovemaking at the end at 1/8 speed (to cap). At full speed, the whole lesbian love scene is rather ordinary. At slow speed, you can see the tenderness of their touching, and their expressions, and, as Karen Trumbo's character says: "Lesbian sex is as raw as it gets." I thought this film provided major insight into what it is like to be Lesbian.

Karen Trumbo (#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, #27, #28, #29, #30, #31, #32, #33, #34, #35, Trisha Todd (#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, #27, #28/a>, #29/a>, #30, #31, #32, #33, #34, #35, #36, #37, #38)


"Dark Secrets", from Tuna

You need a review? Here it is in five words. It's a Julie Strain movie. Julie is listed in about 60 films in th IMDb, and she recently told Femme Fatales she had been in 86 altogether (up to that point). But I think they all share the same script.

Monique Parent (#1, #2, #3) Monique Parent and Julie Strain (#1, #2, #3, #4)


"NightVision", from Johnny Web

Absolutely the best movie I've seen since "Habitat". I laughed all the way through it. I don't think they knew they were making a comedy, but they did anyway, and a great one at that. Fred "the hammer" Williamson, who is now so old he should be called Fred "the walker" Williamson, is an ex-detective who is an alcoholic. Although he is battling the alcoholism, he keeps slipping, and the result is that he's been busted down to motorcycle policeman. He wonders how much lower he can go when he is assigned a car, and Cynthia Rothrock as his partner. Cynthia is "Quick Draw" McGraw, a tough lady cop who's been assigned to Fred because she shot and killed an unarmed suspect. Together they battle a serial killer who has video cameras everywhere in Dallas, the mob, a corrupt police force, internal affairs, fatal wounds, a new chief who wants to fire Fred, Fred's alcoholism, high oil prices, international terrorism, global warming, the Trilateral Commission, and the insufficient amount of cream inside the new Twinkie formula.

Although the bad guys have bazookas, flare guns, tasers, and uzis, and have every room in Dallas bugged, while Fred and Cindy have only a six-pack and her high-flying feet, still Fred "the hammer" stands triumphant.

The movie has every kind of Ed Wood style error. Night and day interchange inexplicably. Fred "the hammer" has a six-shooter which is capable of firing thousands of shots without requiring a reload. The scenes have no connection between them. Clothing in the same scene changes from camera angle to camera angle. Characters do inexplicable things that are not explained. Other characters disappear, and you don't know where or why. People hear things they can't possibly hear because they are too far away, and see things they couldn't possibly have seen because they were under the covers. Actors deliver their lines before waiting for the completion of the event they are commenting on. Fred the hammer comes back from the dead twice. They repeat stock footage you have already seen earlier. You name it, and this movie has it. Get this: F"TH"W is probably the best actor in the movie. You could argue for Robert Forster, but how much of an improvement is that?

Oh, well, there is one redeeming element. Two attractive women got topless, in very good light, in close up, in focus, with no friggin tricks or body doubles or elbows in the way. That is something.

Nina Richardson, one of my better collages, and even a tiny representation of my main man, Fred "the hammer" Williamson. Mary Kapper (1, 2)

"Illuminata", from GR

I've reviewed this movie before, so here's GR's collages. Aida Turturro Georgina Cates Katherine Borowitz Susan Sarandon

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