Happy St. Patrick's Day.

Drink responsibly.

Actually you can drink as irresponsibly as you like, but don't try to operate any vehicles or heavy machinery if you do. Just talk too loud and say, "I love you, man" at least a hundred times to each of your friends. Also: don't miss the commode when you puke, and try to keep the vomit off your shoes, cuffs and socks.

If you are reading this, remember that this is the Monday edition, and note that the Sunday edition was only "new" online for a few hours before I replaced it. If you haven't seen Kanada Korner, OZ's latest tribute to TJ Hooker, and the latest Tatort (not to mention classic scenes from Boarding Gate and  Witchboard), then you need to catch the Sunday edition in the back issues.

TV Recap

Check out Defoe's French Nudity Section for the latest from Groland


Here's a great 1080hd upgrade of Jessica Parker Kennedy's nude scene on this week's Black Sails (e8)

and here's the brothel scene, if you're into the anonymous background nudes


Nicole Bloom did a nice topless scene on this week's Shameless (s4e9)

and Emmy Rossum chipped in with a little bit of side boob in the same episode.

  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


Catch the deluxe version of Other Crap in real time, with all the bells and whistles, here.


Defoe's picks of the week:

The two most recent episodes of Groland presented us with some nudity in 1080HD:

Adele Haenel in Apres Le Sud (2011) in 1080HD

"The Rocket"


Johnny's comments:

The Rocket is an Australian co-production filmed in Laos about Ahlo (Sitthiphon Disamoe), a boy who was to be killed at birth because he was believed to be cursed, a fact borne out by the death of the other twin at birth. His mother pleads to keep him and he is saved, but Ahlo is destined to be nothing but bad luck for his family. When his family is forced to move, his insistence on keeping his boat causes the death of his mother. At the new village, Ahlo befriends a young girl, Kia, whose only family is her drunken uncle Purple, who is obsessed with James Brown and this obsession inevitably leads to an incident caused by Ahlo that forces his family with Kia and Purple to move on. At the next stop, they are told to move on by the elders, but are allowed to stay for the Rocket Festival and that's when Ahlo concocts an idea that he will build a rocket that will win the Rocket competition and save his family from moving to the city.

Can Ahlo reverse his bad luck and win the contest? The Rocket is a relatively simple movie that takes a while to warm up, but ends rather impressively. It's a well made feel-good movie that is very hard to dislike and the little boy and girl are fantastic.

Alice Keohavong film clips (samples below)


TV/Film Clips

Lolly Ink in Puncture Wounds, a Dolf Lundgren straight-to-bargain-bin film (2014)

Helen Rogers in 24 Exposures

Audrey Fleurot and Corinne Masiero in the immortal cinema classic, Wrestling Queens (2013)



Two women in the obscure 2009 B film Brainjacked:

Krista Grotte

Cyndi Crotts

Daryl Hannah showed off her fat-free body in At Play in the Fields of the Lord (1991)


These are very poor cam images of Scarlett Johannson in Under the Skin. Absolute crap. Don't say I didn't warn you about the quality, but, hey, it's ScarJo, so we take it as it comes.