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Caps by Aesthete
As Sr. mentioned yesterday, I took a day off, so a ton of stuff normally seen yesterday will appear in today's and tomorrow's issues. So for those of you out there who may have sent in submissions over the weekend, have no fear, we did not forget about you! First up today, DVD 'caps of Jeanne Tripplehorn getting "shagged rotten" from the Joe Eszterhas classic, "Basic Instinct".
Jeanne Tripplehorn from "Basic Instinct" #2. It's probably just the medication the doc gave me yesterday talking, but for some reason the idea of Joe Eszterhas writing a Muppet movie sounds really cool to me at the moment. Think of it, the classic, fun loving musical parodies the muppets have made famous, with the added bonus of perhaps a few bondage scenes, crotch shots, etc. Just think of what they could do with a muppet version of "Showgirls"!
Jeanne Tripplehorn from "Basic Instinct" #3.
Jeanne Tripplehorn from "Basic Instinct" #4.
Jeanne Tripplehorn from "Basic Instinct" #5.
Jeanne Tripplehorn from "Basic Instinct" #6.
Jeanne Tripplehorn from "Basic Instinct" #7.
Jeanne Tripplehorn from "Basic Instinct" #8.
Jeanne Tripplehorn from "Basic Instinct" #9.
When it comes to great, 70's bimbo flicks, you just can't beat the movie "H.O.T.S"! Mongoose takes us back to the final days of disco, when pretty much everyone either had huge side burns or a Farrah Fawcett hairdo (or in some cases, both), and breasts were mostly real. Yes folks, I even remember my Six Million Dollar Man steel lunchbox! Has it really been 20 years? Anyway, here is a great flashback to a much different time in American culture. Try as we may to revive the 70's, it will never really be the same! Here is K.C. Winkler.
K.C. Winkler #2.
Ya know, the best thing about "H.O.T.S." is not in any of these 'caps I'm afraid. Yup, Danny Bonaduce just didn't make it into any of these 'caps. My personal apologies to all of the "Partridge Family" fans. However, in lieu of "Il Duce", here are more topless bimbos. This is Sandy Johnson and K.C. Winkler.
Sandy and K.C. again.
Finally, here are a few perfect examples of "The Farrah" in these vidcaps of Susan Lynn Kiger.
Susan Lynn Kiger #2.
From the Anonymous Guy
The legendary Anonymous Guy has returned...the first guy who ever sent in any material to the Fun House, and king of the Hyphen Universe (straight-to-vid, made-for-cable). First, here is very little known actress Marie Laurin in 'caps from the 1985 sci-fi b-movie "Creature".
Marie Laurin from "Creature" #2.
Another unknown for you...Tara Spencer-Nairn in 'caps from an episode of "The Outer Limits".
Fun House Variety
Loads of goodies in the Variety section section today! Let's kick off with these 'caps of Catherine Weber from "To the Limit", by Abys.
Also from "To the Limit", by Abys, here is Coralisa Gines. It's ok, I've never heard of this movie either. But then again, I'm not a huge fan of Joey Travolta movies.
For guys like me, this is a real treat, since I am both a huge "Law and Order" fan, as well as a "Baywatch Nights" fan. (I know, it's an exceptionally weird combo, but that sort of explains a few things doesn't it.) Anyway, here is the sexy, Angie Harmon in a very rare nude scene from the movie "Lawn Dogs". Even if you don't watch either of those shows, you simply must consider her sexy. If for no other reason, then only for her husky voice. In my opinion it ranks right up there with Kathleen Turner's.
From Freakie 2, here are two collages of 'caps of Kate Beckinsale from the movie "Uncovered". And yes, she is uncovered.
Kate Beckinsale from "Uncovered" by Freakie 2, #2/
I guess this is a very timely tribute to the memory one of the greatest directors in cinema, Stanley Kubrick...A salute to one master, as done by another. From Graphic Response, here is a collage featuring Adrienne Corri from the rape scene in "A Clockwork Orange". Somehow I imagine Kubrick going toward the heavenly light riding a nuclear bomb, waving a cowboy hat, and yelling Yee-Haw! all the way. As a lover of cinema, I can definitely say that his visions of our past, present, and future will long be remembered, studied, and cherished.
I'm glad to finally be able to clear this up...Last week we ran images of porn star, Kelly Lords. Several viewers commented that she was Traci Lords' sister. Other said no way. Well, the answer is No Way. Her real name is Kelly Janssen. She took the name Lords as a career booster due to her resemblance to, and admiration for Traci. Sorry to break any hearts. Here she is one more time.
More Jennifer Lopez! Here is The Night's version of last week's often mentioned nude scene from "U Turn".
For the Euro Scoopy fans, here is something new from Slartibartfast...this is Katharina Schüttler in 'caps from "Ausgerastet".
Extra Stuff from Uncle Scoopy: Cougar Scans
I think you probably would like to see these. Cougar did a few scans of Lucy Lawless from the new issue of Maxim. This woman must be a chameleon. She seems to have a completely different appearance every time I see her, and sometimes she doesn't look all that good. In this layout she looks nice, and quite trim.
Not a bad butt for a big ol' gal.
Extra Stuff from Uncle Scoopy: L'Helvete
L'Helvete and a lot of the other French vidcappers and scanners have already been affected, and may in the future be more profoundly influenced, by the Estelle Hallyday suit. If you don't know the background, it involves Estelle Hallyday, model/actress and daughter-in-law of the strage cultural phenomenon known as Johnny Hallyday. (Picture a French Elvis - but not the lean, hard, rockabilly legend - picture him in his Las Vegas years.)A bunch of naked paparazzi pictures of Estelle have floated around the web for years. She recently and successfully sued altern.org (kind of a Geocities online community thing) because one of their member sites had the pics. This has send some reverberations through the French online community. The French have often interpreted privacy in a different manner from the English-speaking world. For example, if your country is based on the English traditions, you generally can print anything true or accurate without legal repercussions. Freedom of the press is sacred as long as the press tells the truth. If you say actor "x" is gay or show naked pictures of Jackie Kennedy sunbathing, you will not generally have any liability as long as "x" really is demonstrably gay, and Jackie really is the woman in the pictures. (There are subtleties, of course. I'm generalizing.) The French position is more nuanced in that the truth alone is not a sufficient defense against invasion of privacy on these very same matters. If I remember correctly, one French print source was found culpaple when they printed genuine and accurate pictures of a sick and dying Mitterand without proper authorization to do so. Anyway, I don't know enough to outline the subtleties of the case, but the courts found in Hallyday's favor, and French providers are now walking on eggshells trying to avoid similar liability, which is making it hard for the French celeb sites to keep going. On a similar topic, I also heard a rumor that Norwegian singer Lena Nystrom is now trying to accomplish something similar, albeit with a completely different tactic. I hear that she bought all the rights to the pictures that appeared in "See and Hear", and will now go after anyone that violates her exclusive ownership right. Well, anyway, L'Helvete is now circulating his material to more non-traditional outlets. Like us. And we're lucky bastards, because his material is beautiful. Here's Caroline Baehr in "Amour et confusions"
Catherine Rouvel in "Inspecteur Lavardin"
Karouna Lisslo in "Amour et confusions"
Nathalie Nell "Inspecteur Lavardin"
Noella Dussart in "Amour et confusions"
Valerie Stroh in "L'annee Juliette"