"Hey! Maybe you know this, maybe you don’t, about yesterday's Fun House

This girl Amanda Righetti in the video clip posted is a very popular actress on the VERY popular “The Mentalist” TV show as a regular, so this is a very nice find and maybe some of your members won’t know who she is! But she is nice eye candy on this TV show!





  • * 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.







Not Quite Hollywood


This one is from "Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation!" as Quentin Tarantino and others talk about the Australian flick "Fair Game" which starred Cassandra Delaney who was the ex-wife of John Denver. That flick's highlight was Cassandra as a 'Babe in Bondage' tied topless to the front of a moving truck. Caps and a clip.


TV Land

Then, over in TV Land, Demi Moore is still looking hot with a leg & thigh show as she visits Leno on the 'Tonight Show." Caps and 2 HD clips, the second and shorter clip will please the foot fetish gang.





Gas Food Lodging


Ione Skye film clips

(samples below)





season 3, episodes 1 and 2


The only real nudity came from some anonymous strippers






The women of Rose c'est Paris:


"Bettina Rheims and Serge Bramly's "Rose C'est Paris" is both a photographic monograph and a feature-length film on DVD. This extraordinary work of art, in two different but interlocking and complimentary formats, defies easy categorization. For in this multi-layered opus of poetic symbolism, photographer Bettina Rheims and artist Serge Bramly evoke the City of Light in a completely novel way: this is a Paris of surrealist visions, confused identities, artistic phantoms, unseen manipulation, obsession, fetish and seething desire. Equal parts erotica, fashion shoot, art monograph, metaphysical mystery, social and cultural archeaology of the French capital, and neo-noir arthouse movie - "Rose, C'est Paris" is all of these and more. In a surrealistic inversion of the oft-imitated 1954 Parisian photobook by Ed van Elsken, "Love On The Left Bank", this mesmerising work is the meandering tale of twin sisters, known only as B and R, and a third principal - the city itself. When R returns to their apartment and learns that B has been abducted following a violent struggle, a dreamlike detective story unfolds in black and white on the streets, in the cafes and cabarets, epicieries and musees, usines abondonees, and grands hotels of Paris. But even this notional plot is submerged under layers of echo, reference and homage - to artists like Rene Magritte, Marcel Duchamp, Salvador Dalf, and Man Ray; to the brilliant amorality of the Fantomas pulp novels of the early 20th century; to photographers Lee Miller, Helmut Newton, Larry Clark, Henri Lartigue, Guy Bourdin and Jeanloup Sieff; to various mythical sites and monuments of Paris. What happened to the missing sister? Was there a plot? Was she really kidnapped? Is she alive or dead? Was it murder? Suicide? Or just a nightmare? Or is she now a punk rocker, a prostitute, a cabaret dancer, or possibly even a nun? Did she marry and flee to India? Does R know more than she claims? Or perhaps B has adopted her sister's identity - and it is in fact R who has gone missing. Rheims and Bramly create a series of extraordinary tableaux suggesting all these possibilities and many more. Featuring a host of extraordinary figures, from Naomi Campbell, Monica Belluci, and Michelle Yeoh, to family members, fashion models, porn stars and le pipole of Parisian society, "Rose C'est Paris" is both immediately accessible as a delicious visual treat, a refreshingly original work of erotica and a celebration of Paris that sidesteps all the usual cliches. And yet the work remains infinitely mysterious in the way it plays with genre and narrative, allusion and expectation. Like the city itself, it can never be fully defined or explained, only experienced again and again."

More of Clara Ponsot, teamed this time with Caroline Boutier in La Grande Vie, a 2009 movie

The women of La Commanderie, a new TV series




Anja Rubik

Juliette Lewis in Strange Days


Linda Evans in an old Danish magazine

Rita Kvist in The Man Who Sold the World (I couldn't figure out how to make a clip, but you can watch this entire 88-min film online LEGALLY here.) Description: "A family inheritance triggers a twisted odyssey for Max Trisch, as he and girlfriend Lidija are sucked into a reality-bending conspiracy involving the Holy Grail, the Second World War, and an ominous doomsday cult."

Anna Friel

Gia Carangi

Julie Delpy


Film Clips

Anna Allen in an episode of Acusados (sample below)

Sasha Grey in The Girlfriend Experience, one of Soderbergh's films (HD; samples below)

Maria Bonnevie in Syndare i Sommarsol  (samples below)

Tamzin Merchant in the first episode of season four of The Tudors (sample below)

Neve McIntosh in Salvage (sample below)

Rebecca Atkinson in Shamless, s7, e11 (sample below)

(film clip is a re-run, collage is new)

Sara Hjort Ditlevsen in Vanvittig Forelsket