Denise Richards (1, 2) Sure, maybe "Wild Things" has been 'capped a time or two. But there are many things in this world that are a lot less fun then looking at Denise nekkid. For example...Rosie O'Donnell naked!
Asia Argento (1, 2) Topless vidcaps of the Italian beauty from the movie "B. Monkey".
Maria Conchita Alonso In 'caps from "Moscow on the Hudson".
Jamie Lee Curtis From "Grandview, U.S.A.". A cool find for her fans. To my knowledge there is only one other collage of from this movie in the Encyclopedia, and this is an excellent addition featuring Curtis looking magnificent!
Dina Meyer From "Starship Troopers"
Joan Severance Looking incredible as always, and of course showing off how great she looks naked, in 'caps from "In Dark Places",
Mena Suvari From "American Beauty"
Suzanne Turner Vidcaps from "In Dark Places".
WhyScan's Page Three Report
If Page Three is unfamiliar to you, this link describes the Page Three tradition.
Today's Page 3 girl....Rebekah, 21 from Birmingham & Alex, 21, from Manchester. (1, 2, 3, 4)
Dominique Swain

Jeri Ryan

Gisele Bundchen

Daniela Pestova

Yasmine Bleeth

Susan Ward

Catherine Zeta-Jones

From one of our newest contributors, here are a few more scans form FHM's sexiest 100 of 2000 list. It's hard to pick a favorite but if I had to I'd say it's a tie between Daniela and Gisele. Normally the Trekkie in me would demand that I would be a little more loyal to Jeri Ryan, but there are more pics of her below, so I think makes it even.
El Kabong
Midaja O'Hearn (1, 2, 3)

Cindy Margolis

Monica Brandt

Torrie Wilson

Bikini fitness babes from Muscular Development Magazine. El K recommends Midaja O'Hearn. My pick of the bunch is Torrie Wilson. Either way, I don't think there is a 'wrong' answer here!
Snappy Pappy
Jamie Lee Curtis (1, 2) One of our long time contributors is back! His first offering...Jamie Lee topless, and just about perfect from "Trading Places".
Assorted Assorted other nudity from "Trading Places"
Kristina Kelso Another very busty unknown brunette from the cable series, "Women: Stories of Passion"
Jacqueline Falling out of her top with clear nipple exposure from "WWF Fully Loaded"
Sable (1, 2) Also from "WWF Fully Loaded", here is Sable wearing only handprints to cover up the goodies.
Jeri Ryan (1, 2, 3) Jeri as Seven of Nine. Comments by NMD:
"I capped some Jeri Ryan just to show that even when the special effects make-up artists are trying to make her look unattractive, she still looks good : ) "
Cat Deeley (1, 2, 3) Vidcaps of the sexy VJ from MTV. Her outfit is either very tight or that studio is very cold!
and ...
Patricia Thielemann (1, 2) Great topless 'caps of the German actress from "Rotwang muß weg!" by UC99
Jacqueline Lovell (1, 2) The Queen of late night cable as Sara St. James from the DVD of the same name. Vidcaps by Catcap. #1 includes a very nice beaver shot.
Nadiuska From her commanding performance as the tough, but sexy mom in "Conan the Barbarian". Vidcaps by Akira
Barbara Bach A great collage by Hugo from "Force 10 from Navarone"
Liz Hurley Another look at the recent paparazzi pics of Liz topless.
Sophie Marceau My favorite French actress in 1989's "Mes nuits sont plus belles que vos jours".
Thandie Newton A great scan with just a hint of see-thru from the "Mission: Impossible II" co-star.
Ann-Kathrin Kramer Vidcaps from "Auf schmalem Grat" by Slarti.
The Funnies
Eight leading summer activities to control your unruly teens

8. Military summer school

7. Sewin' in Indonesia with Kathy Lee

6. Kabuki Theatre Workshop

5. Fantasy Cricket Camp

4. Fishin' with Fredo

3. The Bates Bed and Breakfast

2. Richard Simmons' Deal-a-heal Medical Camp

1. The Summer Olympics in Sydney

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"Halloween", from Tuna

Tuna's comments: Halloween (1978) is considered a classic horror film, and has been sequeled and cloned to death. It is often credited with putting the slasher genre of horror on the map. I find it a good film. A young boy decides one Halloween night to put on a mask and fillet his sister with a butcher knife. He spends 15 years incarcerated in a mental ward then escapes and returns to his home town on Halloween night. We are then treated to a slice of life story about three teen-aged girls. Of course the killer and the girls interact. If you wait for dark, turn off the lights and clear your mind, then get into the film, it is still scary. The fright stems from the specter of death, night quite scene, but hovering just around the corner throughout the film.

For me, the real importance of Halloween is two-fold. It marks the big-screen debut of Jamie Lee Curtis, and it was the first Indie to do real well at the box office. Shot in 3 weeks in 1978 for a budget of $300,000 it grossed $50 million. This proved that an Indie could stand toe to toe with a major studio release and hold its own. This had to be an inspiration to other Indie film makers, and helped to encourage what are now many of the most interesting new releases. Jamie Lee Curtis had appeared in a few TV things when she was cast for the lead in Halloween (for which she received a whopping $3,000.00). She ate the camera. She has the presence of a seasoned veteran, and steals every scene in which she appears. As a result of this film, she was typecast for 5 years as a B horror bimbo. She says, "I never took off my clothes, never swore, never smoked dope. But I had every woman's group in the country after me. Then I do two movies in which I take my clothes off, and now I'm considered legitimate. You tell me where the morality is." I couldn't resist including a few images of the 20-year-old Jamie Lee even though she kept her clothes on.

The special edition DVD is digitally mastered, and is very clean. It is also loaded with special features.


Jamie Lee Curtis (non-nude) (1, 2, 3) Nancy Kyes (1, 2, 3, 4) PJ Soles (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Sandy Johnson (1, 2)


"Last Man Standing", from Johnny Web

The pedigree here is very complicated. Back in the late 1920's, famed pulp writer Dashiel Hammett (The Maltese Falcon, The Thin Man) wrote a novel called "Red Harvest" about a lone PI in a small town, a man with no name, who plays two rival gangs against each other after he finds his client dead. The great Japanese director Akira Kurosawa admitted that he took the Red Harvest storyline without attribution when he wrote 1961's "Yojimbo", about a nameless, historyless samurai who enters a small Japanese town in the 18th century and plays two warring factions against each other. Is this starting to sound familiar? That's probably because you've seen the Clint Eastwood pic "A Fistful of Dollars", which is the same basic plot located in the Old West, with gangs of Mexican banditos instead of samurai.

"Last Man Standing" credits Kurosawa, probably motivated by the fact that Kurosawa is a distinguished screen legend and his name lends an aura of respectability to the project. Writer/director Walter Hill might have been more honest if he had also credited Fistful of Dollars, from which he borrows several stylistic elements, moving the Leone movie forward about forty years, and back across the border to Texas.

Strangely enough, although this one is the fourth degree of separation from Red Harvest, it comes full circle back to Hammett's own Prohibition era for its locale. Apart from that, however, it's nothing like Red Harvest. The movie town is far removed from Hammett's town, which was a real place which gangsters ruled. (Also true in Yojimbo, in which there are real villagers trying to live normal lives.)

The town in this movie doesn't have anyone left to rule. Except for the mobsters and their floozies, there appear to be only four inhabitants, including no wives or children. The buildings all appear to be falling apart and left over from an earlier era. The unreality is further enhanced by the climate, which seems to be a permanent red dust storm during the day. All of these elements are, again, straight out of A Fistful of Dollars. Interestingly, although they refer to this as the desert, it rains at night. In fact, it rains so hard that it interferes with driving. That's good for movie atmosphere, but I think maybe they need to look up the definition of "desert".

It's an OK movie, but you have to understand that the violence is not a means to an end in this movie. The violence IS the movie. Body count is the entire raison d'etre. Although this is not my favorite kind of film, I did actually get kind of an adrenalin rush from some of the scenes here, although others seem too uncreative to be interesting, rather like watching target practice with live targets.

Just because I think Hammett's prose is kind cool, here's the intro to Red Harvest:

" I first heard Personville called Poisonville by a red-haired mucker named Hickey Dewey in the Big Ship in Butte. He also called his shirt a shoit. I didn't think anything of what he had done to the city's name. Later I heard men who could manage their r's give it the same pronunciation."

Karina Lombard (1, 2, 3)


"Man on the Moon", from Johnny Web

OK, let's make a movie about Andy Kaufman. He was interesting and offbeat. Let's get Jim Carrey to play Andy - he's funny and he's got Andy down to a T. OK, roll 'em. What's that? OK, who forgot the script? Hey, Jim, do something funny, will ya? Angela Jones and Christina Carson Chorus Girls

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