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Here are some caps from the VHS version of the 1987 "swords and boobs" classic Warrior Queen. Apparently eurosleaze ubermensch Joe D'Amato had something to do with this flick, but what it was I'm not sure. Tally Chanel plays Vespa, the newly captured virgin being put up for auction as a love slave. (1)

After Tally gets purchased, the first step is to have an experienced slavegirl to run her fingers all over Tally's boobs. What else would you do? (2)

Typical of most eurosoftcore movies, there are dozens of uncredited naked actresses. Here's one of the cuter ones. (3)

Another especially good looking unknown actress in the big roman-style orgy. (4)

The next three collages are of Samantha Fox dancing naked with a boa or a python or something. (5)

This movie takes place during the final days of Pompeii and Samantha plays Philomena, wife of the ruler of Pompeii who moonlights as a dancer/whore for kicks. (6)

Yet more naked snake dancing. (7)

Suzanna Smith plays another slave girl. (8)

Tally Chanel being paraded around naked so that prospective cherry-busters can bid on the right to spend the night with her. (9)

Now Goliath is arguing with some rich guy on who gets to boink Tally. Goliath wins the argument but doesn't get to wet the wick. (10)

Frustrated, Goliath catches Tally alone in the forest and rapes her. Shortly after this, Vesuvius does her thing and Pompeii is covered in lava and ash. You'll be glad to know that Tally and Suzanna escaped unharmed. The others fried. (11)

Jimmy the Saint
Jemma Redgrave (1, 2)

Rachel Weisz,

Scoop Sr. noted in an email that these 'caps of Jemma from "The Buddha of Suburbia", may be the first 'caps we've run from this movie.

'Caps of Rachel from "I Want You". Our American fans probably know her from "The Mummy". By the way, I see in the IMDb that they are making a sequel. I guess they somehow missed some special effects not included in the first one.

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Today's Page 3 girl....Jade, 25, from Colchester (1, 2, 3, 4)

Bonus pics from Whyscan...Brit singer Billie Piper has graced our pages a few time in the past week with her nip slip caught by the tabloids. Here are some posed pics of the young pop singer.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

Cat Deeley (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)

Alison Morse (European Triumph Bra Girl). (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)

Blinky's Runway Report
Jane Bradbury (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) Jr's tips: 1,3,4 and 7 all feature some see-thru nipple peeks. #7 showing the most.
and ...
Asia Argento Excellent job by Flurk. It's obvious that there were only a few frames featuring Asia topless in "Trauma", but he got the job done!
The Maxim Hot 100 Stop Motion put this one together and it's pretty cool, although it's only 97 of the Hot 100. But be fair, this took him 4 days, and they are all in order!
Emily Bruni (1, 2) Vidcaps by Watty from "Metropolis".
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Random Silly Cartoon Submitted by Highlander
Silly Street Signs Also from Highlander
Fun with Body Art (1, 2, 3, 4) A special thanks to my friend Dr. Zorch for these 'tattoo' images. Some of these are very elaborate and may or may not be real tattoos, but if they are...well just imagine your about to have sex with a girl you really like and you get her pants off only to discover #4!

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"The End of the Affair", from Tuna

Tuna's commentary:

It was hard to sort out my feelings about this film. One of the reviewers at IMDB said it was probably the best film that could be made from the novel. I probably agree with that. The settings and costumes were very appropriate for the period and location (WW II England), and soft focus and subdued lighting were used for atmosphere. The technique was effective, but not much help for capping.

Warning: Spoiler Ahead

The story is a simple one. Julianne Moore is married to a Govt. official, but it is a sexless arrangement. She has an affair with a friend/neighbor who is researching her husband for material for a book. When he is caught in a bomb blast and seems dead, she begs God to save him, and promises to end the affair in return. God keeps up his end, and she tries for two years to keep up hers. Meanwhile, the author feels it was his jealousy that drove her away and becomes very bitter. They meet again, and the author hires a Private Eye to find out who she is cheating with now. He discovers the truth, and falls in love with her all over again. Unfortunately, she is terminally ill with some un-named coughing disease.

End spoiler

Several things detracted from the enjoyment of this film for me. First, the sexual interludes were scattered throughout in a series of flashbacks, which kept them from developing any sort of sexual energy. Second, neither the author nor the husband were very likable. Third, the "miracle" at the end (she kisses the Private Eye's son on a strawberry birthmark that completely covers one side of his face, and it goes away after her death) was a little over the top for me, and not necessary to the story. Last, there was a serious continuity problem. She was baptized Catholic by her mother who was Catholic, but was not raised in the church because her father was Jewish. After her death, the priest she had been seeing said that she could have been given a Catholic burial because "the church recognizes baptism of desire." For those who are not familiar with Catholic Doctrine, here is a brief explanation:

1) You become a Catholic by being baptized. 2) There are three kinds of baptism; water, blood and desire. 3) Water involves pouring, sprinkling or submersion, and someone saying the proper words: "I baptize you in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost." 4) Blood covers those martyrs who gave their life for the church before they could be baptized. 5) Desire is the catch-all that makes every sincere person a Catholic. If you admit the existence of God, and desire to do everything necessary for salvation, you have a baptism of desire and are a Catholic. Given that she had seen the priest several times, and that she would have been asked by him about baptism in the first meeting, the priest would never have mentioned baptism of desire, as she already had the baptism of water.

All in all, I would say that it is a well-made film (other than the continuity error above), and I enjoyed what was achieved technically, but I didn't relate to the story or the characters.

Scoop's comments. I like Julianne Moore. She's beautiful, talented, and sexy. I just wanted to make that my preface before I comment that she must now easily be the most pretentious American actress. She's leaving Winona in the dust with all these dreary movies with accents and coughing diseases and drawing rooms, where she calls everyone "dahling", while Winona is actually playing real people..

thumbnails Julianne Moore (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)


"Vagabond", from Tuna

Tuna's commentary:

Finally, a new release with nudity. Although Sandrine didn't get naked for this one, Macha Meril did. Vagabond is the story of how a young girl female hippie/drifter comes to be found frozen to death in a ditch. It is a long watch, but well-made, and beautifully photographed. The imagery will be with you long after the film ends.

thumbnails Macha Meril (1, 2, 3) Sandrine Bonnaire (1, 2) Unknown (1, 2)


"Watermelon Woman", from Johnny Web

A low-budget indy film by a rookie, a real black lesbian filmmaker named Cheryl Dunye about the attempt of a black lesbian filmmaker named Cheryl Dunye to make a film about a 1930's stereotyped black actress named The Watermelon Woman. It turns out that the Watermelon Woman had a life which intertwines in many ways with Fictional Cheryl's own, and probably with Real Cheryl's as well. Watermelon had a long-term relationship with a white lesbian filmmaker, and Fictional Cheryl has just entered her own relationship with a white woman.

I have to admit they had me going with the fiction/reality thing. I actually looked up the Watermelon Woman (whose real name they gave in the film), to see if she was real, because I wasn't sure where the real Cheryl ended and the fictional Cheryl began. The filmmaker shows some promise, but I got bored with the flimsy premise, and I'm not going to review the film any further. I think you already know whether you'd like it or not. Joey on Friends would like it, if you know what I mean.

Cheryl Dunye (who is playing the part of Cheryl Dunye) (1, 2, 3) Guinevere Turner (1, 2)


Two period pieces, from GR

Minnie Driver in "The Governess" Romane Bohringer in "Total Eclipse"


"Scream", from Johnny Web

Sorry, just a throwaway image of Rose McGowan. This Wes Craven movie started the best new horror franchise of the 1990's, and poked fun at the genre, but it's no breakthrough. Underneath the cynical smirk and the slick production values, it's just another Nightmare/Halloween/Friday pic. It's a very good one, and I didn't FF too often, but just another one of the same old same old. Rosie

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