The TV Series



Episodes 6-13:

The #2 female character was played by Jessica Gower, whose only nudity was provided by an obvious body double in episode 9.

There was nudity elsewhere:

Holly Eglinton, Cianna Cheridan and some other strippers provided the backdrop for a major scene in episode 11. (See below. Eglinton is on the left.)

The series concluded with its best nude scene. Caroline Carter was naked in good light in episode 13, only to get killed by the Blademeister in this scene. (See below)

Viviana Dal Cengio was nekkid in episode 10. This would have been a good nude scene with a few more light bulbs. (See below)



Women in Love

BBC-4 version; March 24th, 2011; Part 1

All that great female nudity we saw in those leaked stills last week was nowhere to be seen in this episode, which features the older generation, and develops the characters. (There was some good male nudity, including an appearance by Mr. Happy.)

The series has not yet been broadcast in HD, but that will come Sunday. Part two starts to run next Thursday.

It is worthwhile to note that this screenplay is actually based on two novels, The Rainbow and Women in Love. Part 1 of the BBC series is essentially The Rainbow portion. The two  horny sisters are only in the last third of that novel.

Background stuff:

Although I don't much care for D.H. Lawrence, the erotic explicitness of his writing has forced me to review many movies and TV shows based upon his words. In the course of those reviews, I've already covered Lawrence's literary output in great detail, so there is no reason to re-hash it all again. Here are the key reviews:


  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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If You Only Knew


Alison Eastwood film clips (captures below)

Dirty Harriet is attractive enough, but never got beyond the tease stage in this film.





Colpo Grosso

BS wrote:

"In the days to come are clips from Polarscan, edited by me, of the Italian TV show Colpo Grosso. No plot - women strip and seem to score points somehow but who really cares? Some passingly well-known gals, all of them more than sort of attractive. And topless. "

Today: Lori_Ghidini



Red White and Blue


Johnny's comments:

Red, White & Blue is a drama that turns into a revenge drama about 3 characters whose lives collide.

Erica (Amanda Fuller) is a woman who floats through life without much care, going from sexual partner to sexual partner.

Nate (Australian actor Noah Taylor) is a drifter and former soldier (or so he says) who moves into the same apartment block as Erica and takes a shine to her, not necessarily in a sexual way, which Erica does not take well as she has never had someone who wants to care for her. He gets her a job at a hardware store, but she continues to fuck every man in the place until one rapes her in which Nate comes to her rescue.

Meanwhile, Frankie (Marc Senter), a guitarist in a band with his friends, is helping his mother beat cancer by giving her his blood. His mother's cancer goes into remission, but then he finds out that he is HIV positive, hence giving it to his mother. As we learnt earlier, he got this from having sex with Erica.

Frankie goes after Erica, kidnapping her from a restaurant. After imprisoning her, his mother dies, causing him to fly into a rage and he stabs and kills Erica. But, all the while Nate has been looking for Erica and he's not happy...

An intense and at times extremely violent film, but a telling tale about people just trying to get by. It's extremely well acted particularly by Noah Taylor, who I wish did more work. And no punches are pulled here, recommended if you don't mind it being full on.

The Disc includes a brief deleted scene of Amanda Fuller flashing. (collage below)

Here's Fuller in the film (The collages are below.)

Here's Lauren Schneider (collage below)



Film Clips

Camille Rowe was photographed while posing for a new photoshoot.

Here's the index file for the video:

And here's the actual photoshoot that resulted:

Christina Corigliano in Devolved (2010; see below)

Tatiana Abbey in The Royal Tenenbaums in HD (2001; bonus: Gwyneth Paltrow in her undies). In my opinion, The Royal Tenenbaums is a comic masterpiece. Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson wrote it when they were in their early 30s. They also collaborated on Rushmore (another great cult comedy) and Bottle Rocket, but have not written together since 2001. Anderson's later work, while always interesting, has never quite been able to reach the same level. (Owen has no writing credits other than the Anderson collaborations.) A sample of Tatiana Abbey and Paltrow is seen below.

Karyn Dwyer and Christina Cox in Better Than Chocolate (1999)

Courtney Love in The People vs Larry Flynt (1996)

The women of Dance With Death (1992). Two rules to remember when Death asks you to dance: (1) never let him lead; (2) never, under any circumstances, ask the orchestra to play a tango.




Sadie Frost in Shopping (1996)